LHCPBA Board of Directors
as of our annual election on January 20, 2022
Over 36 years of business experience offering a consistent track record of value-add contributions in the areas of project/process management, operational improvements, change and implementation management.
Non profit: Special Olympics, Priest Point Water Assoc., Skagit Valley Pickleball
Military: Vietnam Vet - Morse Code Intercept Operator in United Stated Army Security Agency (USASA)
Education: Electrical/Electronic Technology, Project Management Masters
(2 yrs) Expires 2025
Retired 30 year police officer assigned as field training officer, K9 handler and motor traffic officer.
Volunteer: Served on board of directors as Member at Large for condominium complex during litigation for major construction and firewall violations. Served on board of directors as Member at Large for the Orange County police K9 association. Photographer and managed association website and Facebook pages.
(2 yrs) Expires 2025
Owned a government relations and association management company in Wisconsin for 30+ years before she retired to the Colorado mountains to hike and Nordic ski. It was there that she discovered pickleball.
Volunteer: Served on numerous not-for-profit governing boards in various leadership positions, is grateful for LHCPBA and hopes she can put her experience to work for the benefit of the Association.
Established, owned and operated Lake Stevens Vision Clinic (LSVC) for over 35 years. Handled all financial and tax operations while owning LSVC and performed accounting and document preparation services for two Washington State Senate candidates.
Non Profit: Managed financial books and water testing services for Priest Point Water District.
Military: U.S. Army veteran in Viet Nam doing enemy electronic surveillance.
Education: Graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology and a Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) degree.
Grant Brock is a retired firefighter serving over 22 years retiring as a Captain with the Washougal fire department and continued as a volunteer firefighter for almost three more years.
Volunteer: He served with the Washougal Volunteer Fire department for a term as Vice President and another term as President. He also volunteered as a youth coach in football, softball, and baseball.
Retired automotive executive serving in both industry and government management positions over a 35 year career.
Non Profit: Support several non profit organizations including the Lake Havasu Courts and volunteer at the Cape George Marina at my Washington summer residence.
Education: Mechanical Engineering
To contact any of our Board members please visit the Member's Only page.
Membership: Rodney Windhorst
Website: Janie Morris
Publicity: Rodney Windhorst
Education & Community Outreach: David Rossing
Resources/Facility: Janie Morris
Tournament: Janie Morris
Organized Recreational Play: Janie Morris (Interim Chair)