Bill has served as Fleet Manager and primary activities driver for the Center since February, 2014. He states that his is a great job since he gets to meet a lot of folks from the area and go out and enjoy a day of whatever happens to be scheduled: shopping, concerts, dinner dates, sightseeing or wine-tour charters.
Bill and wife Sue have lived on Camano Island for a little over a year, having migrated to the island after living in Pullman, WA where Bill worked for WSU and Sue worked for Moscow School District just over the state line in Moscow, ID. A job change brought Bill to Snohomish County in 2009 where he worked for a time with the local conservation district and ‘discovered’ Camano Island as part of the conservation district service area. Sue and Bill decided Camano was the place to be. Sue is a retired elementary school teacher and has enjoyed working as a substitute in the Stanwood-Camano schools. Both natives of eastern Washington, they enjoy the opportunity to meet people in the area. They have two grown sons, one in Seattle and one in Maple Valley, and often head that way to visit family and grandchildren. They always appreciate getting back to the island!