Associate Broker, Williams Team Homes
Dave is a Real Estate Broker with Willams Team Homes in Walla Walla for the past 33 years. He recently became an Oregon Real Estate Broker in 2017.
He was born and raised in Spokane, Washington and served in the U.S. Military for three years with duty station in Germany. He is a past president of the Walla Walla Association of Realtors and is currently a board director.
He met his wife, Renata, at Washington State University and have been married for over 34 years. Renata is an audiologist and has her own private practice. They have four children, two grand children with a third due in May of this year.
Dave is a former chairman (8 years) of the Realtor CareNShare food drive, past Boy Scout merit badge leader of Troop 305, former youth baseball, soccer and basketball coach (over 15 years).
Dave enjoys sports, fishing, hunting, riding horse, and motorcycle rides.
Owner, Book and Game
Jannelle was born and raised in Walla Walla. She moved away for 7 years, long enough to meet her husband and bring him back home to Walla Walla to raise their 3 kids.
She started working part-time at Book & Game, Co in 1999 and loved it so much that she, along with her brother, Mike Bruns, and father, Gene Bruns, bought the business in 2003.
Jannelle spends her free time reading, running, backpacking and homeschooling her 3 children.
David is an attorney with the law firm Minnick-Hayner, where he focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation, tax controversy and guardianship matters. He has practiced law for 32 years in Washington, D.C., Seattle and now Walla Walla.
David moved to Walla Walla in 2002 from the Seattle area. In the time he has lived here, David has witnessed the resurgence of the downtown area and the emergence of Walla Walla a noted tourist destination. The things that brought David to Walla Walla in the first place – a smaller city with a strong sense of community, and a great place to raise kids – remain one of the most attractive aspects of this community.
Brian Hunt, Vice-president
Publisher of the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
Brian Hunt was named publisher of Walla Walla Union-Bulletin in May 2015 and, with his wife Carole, moved to Walla Walla from Portland, Oregon. Brian previously published the construction-focused Daily Journal of Commerce in Portland, the legal-focused Recorder in San Francisco, and the Idaho Business Review in Boise, Idaho, as well as community and tourism-focused publications in coastal Delaware and Maryland.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism and media studies from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania and has worked in publishing for 25 years. Brian is also an active member of the board of directors for the Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce and the Walla Walla United Way. He is in 2016 class of Walla Walla Leadership. Brian works with numerous Valley organizations to improve our communities, our economy and to build equity and opportunity for our Valley’s people.
Amy LeFore, Secretary
Legal & Compliance Officer, Key Technology
President, Baker Boyer Bank
Mark is a CPA, financial advisor, and investment manager. In addition, Mark holds a Bachelors degree from the University of Washington. His background includes tax, trust, and estate planning, consulting Fortune 500 companies at Ernst and Young, as well as financial and charitable advising for Whitman College. Mark is a frequent commentator on Bloomberg and CNBC financial television programs.
Patrick McConn, Treasurer
Vice President, Baker Boyer Bank
Pat was born and raised in Walla Walla and is proud to call it his home. Pat is employed at Baker Boyer Bank as a Vice President and Business Banking Team Leader in the downtown Walla Walla branch. Pat holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Linfield College as well as a degree from the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado.
Pat believes in the power of community involvement and is excited for the opportunity to be a part of the Downtown Walla Walla Foundation in order to give back to the community that helped raise him.
President of Whitman College.
Kathleen Murray is the 14th president of Whitman College. Previously she was provost and dean of the faculty at Macalester College, where she led the academic program of one of America's finest liberal arts colleges, planned a new $70 million fine arts center and played a key role in the development of Macalester’s strategic plan. Prior to Macalester, she was provost at Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama for three years.
President Murray received her Bachelor of Music degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1979, then obtained her Master of Music in piano performance from Bowling Green State University in 1982 and her Doctor of Music in piano performance and pedagogy from Northwestern University in 1989. Over the course of nineteen years, she was a member of the piano faculty, dean of the Conservatory of Music and dean of the faculty at Lawrence University in Wisconsin. A frequent performer, she is also a clinician and adjudicator both nationally and internationally, as well as the author of numerous articles on music and music education. She is recorded on the CRI label.
Dr. Murray is a passionate advocate of the liberal arts and the residential learning experience. She firmly believes that her undergraduate years in such a setting developed her potential as a scholar and artist, laying the foundation for her rewarding career and life.
As president of Whitman College, Kathy looks forward to close connections with the entire community. She loves to travel when she has the opportunity and recalls a hike up Mount Kilimanjaro as being one of her high points, literally and figuratively.
Owner, Integrity Design and Copyworks, LLC
John was born and raised in Walla Walla and grew up in a family owned business. He worked for three years at a local design and print firm before heading to Whitman College for 14 years as the College’s Production Services Manager, and outsource print buyer.
Along with his wife Cher, founded Integrity Design and Copyworks in late 2002. They saw a need in the community for a place where businesses could go to get great design, and printing at a fair price. A few years into business Integrity Design expanded into the sign business to better serve thier client needs. Today they have four full-time employees at their downtown Walla Walla shop. John has been married for 34 years, has two grown children and five granddaughters.
Doug Saturno, Immediate Past President
Doug was born and raised in Walla Walla and is a fourth generation Walla Wallan. Doug is a retailer, farmer, businessman, property owner and historian. He is married to Malinda and has three boys. He served on the Historic Preservation Commission for 12 years. He was also president of the Kirkman House Museum for 12 years. He is past president of the Walla Walla Historical Auto Club and was a member of the Sesquicentennial Committee.
He is presently on the Design Committee for the Downtown Walla Walla Foundation and is currently Chairman of the World War II Memorial Committee.
Paul H. Schneidmiller, President
Owner, World Wide Travel Service
Paul owns and operates World Wide Travel Service in Downtown Walla Walla. He was born and raised in Walla Walla and is a graduate of the University of Washington. Paul has been actively involved in many community activities and recently completed 13 years of service as a Port Commissioner for the Port of Walla Walla. During that time, he also served as a board member and President of the Washington Public Ports Association.
Currently, Paul is co-chairing the Walla Walla Public Schools Community Facilities Task Force. Paul's wife Jody, works along with him at the travel agency and is an RN, who also teaches CPR and First Aid. They have four grown daughters (Heidi, Holly, Hilary, and Haley) and three grand dogs (still waiting for a grandchild).
Vice President, Banner Bank