Peter Stadelman has been proposed for membership by the BBRC Board of Directors. He is sponsored by Steve Lingenbrink and co-sponsored by Mike Hyodo. Peter is self-employed as a chiropractor at Stadelman Chiropractic in Bellevue and has owned his own practice since 1998. Peter and his wife, Deb, have one son, Josh, 17.
Peter has been involved in youth athletics as a coach and with Goodwill Easter Seals. He has also served as a volunteer for other organizations like Boy Scouts, involving his son. He is a member of the WSCA (Washington State Chiropractic Association) and the ICA (International Chiropractic Association). He claims to be a “3-chord hack” on the guitar and plays the tuba (Watch out, Vandals!). He is a cooking and win enthusiast, a reader of fiction, and he likes to draw and paint. His recreational activities include running, hiking, and basketball.
Comments or questions regarding Peter Stadelman’s application should be emailed to Bob McNulty, or phone him at (425) 885-3517. Comments must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 30.
Robin Carleen Anderson is proposed by Cary Kopczynski and co-sponsored by Dick Clarke. Robin has been a member of the Emerald City Rotary Club since 1987, serving as a committee chairperson and board member. Her classification is proposed to be “Marketing Maverick.” She is self-employed, owning the Art of Approach since 1987 in Seattle. She says her principal activity in her business is “having fun serving others in many ways.” Robin has had a busy non-profit career, including 11 years working at the YMCA as staff and on the Board of Directors. She is a Greater Seattle Chamber member and notes her 14 years as a Rotarian. She counts as hobbies art, travel, and discovery of food. She loves to sail, kayak, camp, and ride. Her district and international activities in Rotary include PolioPlus District Chairperson, Russia Train Project, and travel on behalf of Rotary to Russia, South Africa, Argentina, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, and Canada.
William J. “Bill” Schultheis is proposed by Bob Holert and co-sponsored by Bob McNulty. Bill lives in Seattle and works for Pacific Asset Management of Port Orchard. He lists as his occupation “consultant, advisor and journalist.” His principal activity within his company is as a financial advisor and writer. His previous work was with Smith Barney. Bill has been a member of University Rotary. His community involvement includes Seattle Crisis Line, Providence Hospital Hospice Board, Seattle CYO, Rotary International Student Cruise, Sacred Heart Community Shelter, and St. Martin De Porres Shelter. He plays the harmonica, likes running, mountain climbing, speaking, writing, and cooking. Bill also plays tennis and golf. His classification is proposed to be “Investment Journalist—Financial Writer.”
Comments or questions regarding the Anderson or Schultheis applications should be emailed to Bob McNulty, prior to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 6. You can also phone Bob at (425) 885-3517.