I was raised in Connecticut and came to California in 1967, when my parents moved to Claremont. My family moved back, but I never did. I went to Stanford, where I majored in English Literature and carried a trumpet in the band. Most of my career was in corporate finance ending with several stints as a CFO in public and private companies.
LIVING ON THE NORTH COAST
My wife, Suzy, and I purchased our home in Cambria in 2000. For 13 years it was our weekend destination. With retirement, the obvious choice was to relocate from San Jose to Cambria full time. Part of the allure of a small town is the opportunity to be involved. Suzy recently joined the FFRP Board and has been active in fundraising for both the ranch and for HART. In addition to the NCAC, I am a member of the Buildout Reduction Plan Citizen’s Committee, working on updating the 10-year-old plan to retire undeveloped lots in our community.
FIFTEEN MINUTES OF FAME
I’m still waiting.
WHY ARE YOU VOLUNTEERING TO SERVE ON THE NCAC?
I believe the NCAC provides a valuable forum for the North Coast to communicate with the county. It’s a credit to the Supervisors of the time when the advisory councils were created, and a credit to our current supervisors that they’re still listening.