Board of Directors
The Hancock County Historical Society was incorporated within the state of Mississippi in 1978 as a non-profit organization and received its 501 [c]  tax status on Aug 2, 1978.
The Corporation Officers are:
Executive Director, Charles Harry Gray - Assistant to the Director, Eddie Coleman
The Board of Directors are:
- President, Louis Fuchs
- First Vice President, Christina Richardson
- Second Vice President, Sally Lindsley
- Secretary, Betty Krieger
- Treasurer, Pat Fuchs
- Historian, Ellis Cuevas
- Publicity Chairman, Jackie Allain
- Board Member at Large, Jerry Zimmerman
Official Mouse Catcher and Lobrano House “Mouscot”:
Election of Officers:
There are currently eight Directors on the Board. They are elected annually by our members during the November luncheon and installation takes place at the Christmas party in December. Any member can be elected. Nominations from the floor are accepted.
Each Director holds office for two years. The President, Second Vice President, Historian, and Publicity Chairman start their term on even years, while the First Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Board Member at Large start their term on odd years.
Charles H. Gray has been appointed Executive Director For Life.