Our Volunteers and Staff
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Regional Visitor Information Center Volunteers
We are thankful to have each of our professional, enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers! Here is a little bit about our AWESOME group of volunteers!
If you are interested in volunteering, call: 360-659-7700
John is our resident archaeologist. He has been with MTCC since July 2, 2008. He went to the Ozette Archeological Site on the Olympic Peninsula for the summer in 1979 and liked his work so much that he stayed from June 1979 to June 1981. He attended Washington State University and Graduated in 1979 with a degree in Anthropology. He is of Duwamish, Skagit, Snohomish, Swinomish, Skykomish and Thlinght (Clinkit pronunciation) descent.
Asked if he had ever met his Thinght (Clinkit pronunciation) relatives, he said that he had travelled to Haines, Alaska where he is related to 2/3 of the town. He said his cousin took him to some remote lake where they expected to see lots of bears, but the only wildlife to be seen was a dead moose being devoured by eagles. So the trip was not a total loss as they were able to collect lots of eagle feathers.
Tim is another of our Great Outdoorsmen, he is a Charter Member of Mountain View Presbyterian Church in Marysville. He is also a Charter member of the Marysville YMCA. He retired from the Fire Department in 1989 (Snohomish County 22-Getchell).
He loves family gatherings and travel. Another volunteer stint he performs is State Park Camp Hosting. He loves the work and relationships he has developed at Snopac 911. The Fire Chief position he held for his local fire department was also unpaid-another example of his generosity to his community. Along with his hours as Fire Chief, which were volunteer, he has logged more than his quota of community service hours in a variety of positions. He has worked for Marysville Tulalip Chamber and Visitor Center since Sept. 8, 2003.
Doreen moved from Las Vegas to Washington about 4 years ago to be closer to some of her family. While she did leave some family in Las Vegas, she also left behind the soaring temperatures and heat to come and enjoy the beautiful Pacific Northwest! She thoroughly enjoys her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Doreen not only volunteers at the Chamber, but also at the Marysville Kiwanis. Her volunteer work aligns with her joy of interaction with people and specifically at the Chamber where she is able to meet people from other areas. Doreen adds so much energy and fun to our team.
Donna loves cruising the Caribbean and Mediterranean with her family.
She operated "Secretarial Services" at the New York Athletic Club for twelve years. She later founded the first secretarial service in Lynnwood as well as owning and operating Highline Personal in Lynnwood. She was then recruited to serve as the Executive Assistant to the first Snohomish County Executive Willis D Tucker. After serving the county for 12 years, she opened her own business with her daughter as a partner. They operate Leifer Manor, where they host weddings, receptions and other special events. It is a premiere Northwest event location having been chosen as the number one place to have weddings and reception's in Snohomish County. Opening a business with her daughter is the accomplishment of which she is the proudest, and who can disagree?
You might find it surprising to know that she realized a life- long dream to go to the Holy Land last June. She has volunteered and served on the boards of many Snohomish and King County professional and Service organizations, including serving as a Vice President in charge of tourism for The South County Chamber of Commerce. This exceptional business-woman has volunteered with the MTCC since February 5, 2008, and by the way... She was born and raised in Marysville, Washington.