I have been a member of the Mill-A community for most of my life; I attended Mill A School for my seventh and eighth grade years and went on to graduate from Stevenson High school. Since then I have worked for and retired from the U.S Fish and Wildlife after thirty-two years of service. Approximately fifteen years ago I made up my mind to serve my community. Since that time, I have spent seven years serving on the Mill A Volunteers fire department as an active member. I also joined our local church five years ago and am a current member. My grandfather served on the Mill A School board years ago and I feel that it is time that I follow that demonstration of responsibility and serve our community myself. Thanks for the opportunity!
Mr. Gary Green is a long-time resident of Mill A, and attended Mill A School as a child, graduating in 1985.
Gary has worked at Tum-A-Lum hardware in Hood River on the contractor sales team for over a dozen years.
He currently has two children attending MAS, and is glad for the opportunity to serve and give back to the school and community.
Mr. Erik Lundby is the proud father of 2 who has called Mill A home for the last 17 years. He loves to see people put in a position to shine. He seek this in many of his passions including :
Family - Husband and father of 2
Work - Chief Strategic Officer\Chief Technical Officer at Gorge Networks
Brazilian Jiu-jitsu - long term student and occasional coach
School Board Director
In his spare time he enjoys spending time outdoors, and swing dancing.
Dave Graham grew up in San Diego and is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College. While working as a CPA in San Francisco he met Joan Stevenson who was in the first graduating class from the current Mill A School building. After receiving an MBA from Stanford University, Dave worked for Weyerhaeuser in Federal Way before moving to the Washington DC area for a twenty year career as an executive in the home building industry. During the parenting years, Dave was often active coaching youth baseball, serving on the Board of a league, and as Treasurer for a church. In 2017, forty years after being married at the Evergreen Church in Mill A, Dave and Joan moved back to Willard where they happily live in the house Joan grew up in.
The Mill A School District is seeking qualified applicants to fill a board vacancy at position #5, term expiring December 2021. Any citizen may nominate themselves or someone else for the position by submitting a letter of interest or Application for Appointment (available at the MAS office) to Superintendent Bob Rogers via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at the school office: 1142 Jessup Rd, Cook, WA 98605. Nominations must be received no later than 3 p.m. October 14. All nominees will be screened and one nominee will be appointed in an open public board meeting at the Mill A School on October 19, 7:00 a.m.