Our Bridge Ministers
Rev. Linda Fraser
This year Linda celebrated her 50th anniversary from Rivier University where she majored in Education
and Psychology. She was a Roman Catholic nun for 9 years and taught eighth graders. Shortly after she
left the convent, computers were on the horizon, and Linda was curious. She earned her MBA and over
the next 40+ years, Linda led Global Manufacturing and Logistics Operations in the High Tech Industry
and established a consulting business advising corporate manufacturing leaders in global software and
In 2018, Linda completed seminary studies and was ordained an Interfaith Minister. For the next two
years, she was a Chaplain Intern at Havenwood Heritage Heights and completed certification as an End
of Life Doula. She has served as a Hospice Chaplain, and reaches out to individuals and families who are
dealing with loss. She is passionate about the spirit of Elders and the need for their wisdom and
understanding in our fractured world.
Since 2020, Linda has served as a Bridge Pastor for several NH UCC faith communities in transition.
Today she is pleased to serve the West Concord Congregational Community in this capacity.
Linda’s curiosity has led her to do many things including traveling, scuba diving and she and her late
husband David were serious cruisers and lived aboard their boat for 5 years in the Caribbean. Today you
can find Linda fishing on a nearby lake in her inflatable kayak. Her two brothers and their families live in
Florida and Seattle.
Rev. David Keller
After graduating from Haverford College and Union Theological Seminary (NYC), David was ordained in
the United Church of Christ in 1979. Since then, he has pastored churches in Pennsylvania, North
Carolina, Maryland, Indiana, and New Hampshire. He has skills in fundraising and has a Certificate in
Religious Fundraising. He serves on the Finance Ministry of the New Hampshire Conference, UCC, and
chairs the Ukama Mission Group, which supports the New Hampshire Conference’s partnership with the
United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe.
David has been involved in work serving people experiencing homelessness in the Concord area for
nearly 20 years. He also sings in the Suncook Valley Chorale.
David is married to Lindy, who works for the State of New Hampshire in the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol
Services. They have two adult children, Caleb, who lives in Concord, and Grace, who lives in Kentucky.
Their grandson Logan is Caleb’s son, and their granddaughter Agnes is Grace and her spouse Evy’s
David is an avid outdoors person who has hiked extensively and teaches skiing at Mount Sunapee.