After a long career in healthcare management, Warren became a bakery owner/pastry chef when he moved to Anacortes in 2000. Now retired, he has been a member of the Board of the Anacortes Arts Festival since 2007 and President of the Board since 2010. He is also active in the Noon Kiwanis Club.
Administrative Assistant for the City Parks & Recreation Department since 1987. Has served as recording secretary for the Foundation since inception. Appointed a Trustee in 2006. Currently the website content manager.
Phone: (360) 293-1918
Troy’s background includes dual bachelor’s degrees in math and criminal justice and a master’s degree in finance. He served in the U.S. Army for 22 years before retiring as a lieutenant colonel. He began his career at Edward Jones in 2004 as a financial advisor and became a partner in 2010. Additionally, he has obtained professional designations of CFP® and AAMS®. He had been married to his wife, Joyce, for 33 years. An active member of the Anacortes and Greater Skagit communities, he currently serves on the board of Island Hospital Foundation and is a member of the Anacortes Rotary Club.
Eric Johnson, Colonel, USAF (ret) He is currently a Anacortes city council member, a member of the Anacortes Human Services Coalition, and a founder of the Anacortes Family Center. A past president of the Anacortes Kiwanis Noon Club, he was the founder of the Anacortes Aktion Club, a Kiwanis club for disabled adults. More at AnacortesEric.org.
Phone: (360) 299-9792
Since moving to Anacortes in 1992 with her husband and four children, Michele has been an active community volunteer. She was founding president of both Mt. Erie Elementary and the Anacortes Middle School PTA’s. Involved in OARS since 1998 she has served as secretary and president. She was the assistant coach for the Venture Troop 4081 high school rowing team for 9 years helping them procure a 26’ longboat. Recently Michele led a successful fundraising effort for the Tommy Thompson Trestle repair. Currently she is active in the Anacortes Small Boat Center effort.
Frank McCoy has been an Anacortes resident since 2002. He retired in 1995 as the City of Spokane’s Director of Parks, Recreation, Golf and Human Services. Previously, he was Parks and Recreation Director in both Franklin Park, Illinois and Newberg, Oregon. He has a BA from Texas A&M University and a Masters Degree in Parks and Recreation Management from the University of Oregon. He and his wife, Betty Anne, have two married daughters and four grandchildren. He is an active boater and Past Commodore of the Flounder Bay Yacht Club at Skyline. He is a volunteer on the maintenance committee at the Gentry House Skagit Adult Day Care facility, and at the Red Door Thrift Shop. He is also a member of Christ Episcopal Church. Besides boating, he enjoys walking through the Anacortes Parks, Forest Lands and trails.