About Us

A Brief History

Our Story

One summer day in 2008, Margo was distraught over a discussion with her daughter. As she drove home to New Hampshire after a visit to New York, she had a strong desire to be comforted by the sound of her late parents’ voices.

A few days later, she attended a funeral; another friend was brought to tears by the loss of the deceased friend’s laugh. Margo asked Al if there was a service or a product that could record a voice and preserve it forever as a private family library.

Within a year, Margo, Al, Brandano and their friend Eric Peterson, an experienced technology professional, opened a small office in downtown Exeter, NH and founded Remembered Voices, LLC, to capture the epic power of voice and timeless treasure of a story to: Comfort, Inspire, Teach, and Entertain for Generations.

In 2010, Remembered Voices renamed their service The Voice Library.

Meet Our Team

Al Brandano

President and Founder

Founder and president of The Voice Library. Al is a graduate from Northeastern University, a BS in Industrial Technology, Entrepreneurial and life experience in hospitality and marketing industries as well as an airline captain for over 35 years. Graduate of the ” Life is Good Foundation” intensive practice on playmaking, as well as 27 years coaching an mentoring young men & women in youth and high school hockey. Al’s passion is helping young adults find the ” fire in their belly” to become entrepreneur’s, good citizens and successful in both life and business.

Team Members

Debra Schuler

Training Consultant

Debra brings over 20 years of workplace learning and development experience primarily focused on leadership development training. Soon after becoming a volunteer coach for Girls on the Run, a national non-profit whose mission is to inspire young girls to be joyful, healthy and confident, Debra realized that the optimal time to inspire and develop our future positive role models and leaders is before they enter the workplace. She has since redirected her career to focus on training, coaching and mentoring our youth. Debra holds a B.S. in Management from Rivier College, is pursuing a M.S. in Organizational Psychology from Walden University and has completed a year-long intensive Certificate Program in Positive Psychology. Debra is a recent graduate of the ” Life is Good Foundation” intensive practice on playmaking

Vicki Pfeifer

Marketing Director

BA Human Resources
Ret Major Air National Guard (25 years)
Human Resources professional for 14
Own Vicki Pfeifer Photography
Do lots of volunteer work: Make a wish – wish granter, photographer, foster kid camp photographer, Straight Ahead Ministry
I have two kids and a wonderful husband
Daughter at UNH; son that is homeschooled
I love my family, photography,  travel and being in nature. Hobby is painting trying new things – never afraid to try something new
Fun fact: got married in a castle in Germany
Retirement dream: to travel to different countries  for a year and give back.
I’ve bungee jumped and sky dived
I LOVE adventuring.
I have two labradoodles.

Kelly Goodwin

Creative Director

Artistic endeavors started out with film photography, building a darkroom while in school and shooting with medium format film. My love for design developed from there, working with colorization and collages using my photos. Now as a graphic designer my skills were honed by working for several creative agencys and publishing companies. When Kelly is not designing, you can probably find her running outside somewhere on the NH Seacoast.


Dr Daniel Potts

Daniel C. Potts, MD, FAAN is a neurologist, author, speaker, caregiver and champion of those with cognitive impairment and their caregivers.

Potts advocates for the use of the arts, creativity and storytelling to improve quality of life through validating personhood and building relationships, and was inspired to do so by the life and art of his father, Lester, who became an acclaimed watercolor artist after the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Potts formed Cognitive Dynamics, a 501c3 foundation dedicated to the above goals. Designated Architects of Change by Maria Shriver, Potts and his wife, Ellen W. Potts, MBA wrote A Pocket Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver, which is recommended by Shriver, the Alzheimer’s Association and the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). His advocacy for people with dementia and their caregivers resulted his being named 2008 Donald M. Palatucci Advocate of the Year by the AAN. A faculty member at the University of Alabama and University of South Alabama, Potts is attending neurologist at the VA Medical Center, and lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with his wife and two daughters.

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