After a long career in healthcare management, Warren became a baker owner/pastry chef when he moved to Anacortes in 2000. Now retired, he has served on the boards of several local non-profit organizations, including the Anacortes Arts Festival and the Anacortes Family Center. He is currently on the Board of Commissioners for Island Hospital and co-chair of the Anacortes Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
Skip was born and raised in a small town in the mountains of Eastern Pennsylvania. After a career in high-tech, Skip and his wife retired and moved to Anacortes in 2008. They moved to Anacortes to enjoy the wonders of the Pacific Northwest, especially the hiking and boating. And yes, they also love the climate. They chose Anacortes to return to a “small town” environment, to have an opportunity to give back to the community and to have an impact on people’s quality of life.
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.
Cynthia and her husband, Jack, moved to Anacortes in 1996, attracted by the friendly people, natural environment and mild weather.
Community service has always been a part of Cynthia’s life, including serving on the Seattle and Anacortes Planning Commissions, President of AIA Seattle, and 12 years on the Anacortes City Council. Her community service continues as an Anacortes Parks Foundation boardmember.
A WSU graduate, Cynthia earned a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Washington, and enjoyed a 40-year career as an architect while raising 3 children. A long-time member of the Anacortes Kiwanis Club, she sings with the Skagit Valley Chorale, is an artist, and loves hiking the many forestland trails.
Vicki has lived in Anacortes since 2011. She has worked for over 30 years as a Management Consultant and Facilitator specializing in Strategic Planning, Team Building, Leadership Development and Board Development. She also was adjunct faculty for two California universities. Vickie joined the Anacortes Parks Foundation board in 2019. She loves the forestlands, trails and parks and likes to walk/hike, row, tap dance and play ukulele.
Colleen attended grade school in Mt Vernon until moving away in 1963. Her family has owned two tree farms here since the early 1960’s that both continue to thrive. Colleen returned to Skagit County and Anacortes in 1992 and established a real estate career. Colleen retired from Windermere in 2018, giving her more time to give back to this wonderful community. She feels honored to be a member of the Anacortes Parks Foundation to support recreational opportunities in this exceptional community.