Schelley S. Rondeau is a 1986 Graduate of Norwich University in Northfield Vermont and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing with a specialty in Pediatrics Presently, Mrs. Rondeau works for Central New Hampshire VNA and Hospice as the Pediatric Nurse Coordinator for both Belknap and Carroll Counties. She has been employed at Central New Hampshire VNA for over 27 years. She also serves as the Town of Wolfeboro’s Public Health Officer.
Over the last thirty years, she has seen duty as a Public Health Nurse, Department of the U.S. Army Registered Nurse, and as a Visiting Nurse here in NH. Her duties have taken her to the U.S. Mexico border where she searched for the root cause(s) of disease and pestilence affecting both sides of the borders, to the Jungles of Panama where she treated indigenous populations, to Gorgas Army Hospital where she treated and cared for our Nation’s military personnel, and finally to Belknap and Carroll Counties where for the last twenty-seven years has seen prenatal/ pediatric patients and newborns on a daily basis.
Schelley resides in Wolfeboro, NH with her husband, COL (Ret) Dean J. Rondeau, U.S. Army, who is the Chief of Police of Wolfeboro. She has two sons, both grown and out on their own and 3 beautiful granddaughters.
Schelley has many hobbies including cross country skiing, snow shoeing, golfing, recreational boating, and reading.