The recipient of a bachelor's degree in sports management from Springfield College, Eric Tetler serves as president of New Hampshire's Windfield Alloy and has helped grow the recycling company from a staff of a half dozen to 55 employees. In addition to his business pursuits, Eric Tetler is a passionate supporter of youth sports and gives regularly to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Derry.
Founded in 1969, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Derry offers comprehensive programming to youth. In addition to programs focused in health, arts, education, and character development, the club emphasizes athletics in competitive and recreational settings. For starters, it organizes three intramural leagues in team handball, flag football, and dodgeball. It also offers weekly beginner and advanced karate classes as well as a wrestling team, which hosts the annual New England Rebel Classic for wrestlers from kindergarten to grade 8.
Supplementing its wrestling team, the club has facilities that includes a weight room that is available for teenagers. Non-competitive drop-in games such as capture the flag and kickball are also regularly played at the club.
Since 2007, Eric Tetler has served as president of Windfield Alloy, an environmentally conscious recycling business in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He first joined the company in 1994, and 13 years later, he became its majority shareholder.