Board of Directors

FOHR Thanks Cate and Rib,

Welcomes Kevin and Lenny to the Board of Directors

At the Annual Meeting on April 12, 2021 Ann Darlington stepped down as President of the Board, and she is delighted to report that Susan Chatlos-Susor was not only reelected to the Board but also stepped up to the role of President. The 2-year terms of 6 of the BOD positions were on the ballot; there were 4 other incumbents running for reelection, and 2 new-to-the-board candidates. Rib Horst had opened up his seat a few days earlier, saying he was ready for a break but would continue to help out when called on, and plans one day to be back. And with classic grace, Cate Barnett took herself out of the running when the election was stalled by a 3-way tie, with a promise to contribute every chance that she can, especially with the ongoing work for the Erinswood Trail development. Rib and Cate have both contributed many years to the BOD. We thank them wholeheartedly and ask that you too give them your thanks..

Think of these dedicated folks whenever you look up at Heybrook Ridge and see a forest with trails and NOT a clearcut!

 

The Board as of April, 2021 

  • President: Susan Chatlos-Susor (02/2023)
  • Vice President: Sue Cross (02/2022)
  • Secretary: David Meier (02/2022)
  • Treasurer: Bill Cross (02/2023)
  • Position 1:  Kevin Teague (02/2023)
  • Position 2:  Kathy Corson (02/2022)
  • Position 3:  Bob Hubbard (02/2022)
  • Position 4:  Molly Chachulski (02/2022)
  • Position 5: Ann Darlington (term expires: 02/2023)
  • Position 6:  Brad Jernberg (02/2023)
  • Position 7:  Lenny Gugala (02/2023)
  • Position 8:  Saeid Rastegar (02/2022)
  • Position 9: Louise Lindgren (02/2022)

 

FOHR Founding member, Conway Leovy, from Lake Serene trail, south side of Heybrook Ridge in mid-ground. (photo by Ann Darlington 2008)

FOHR Founding member, Conway Leovy, from Lake Serene trail, south side of Heybrook Ridge in midground. (photo by Ann Darlington 2008)

Directive made this ____________ day of ____________________ (month, year).

I _______________________, having the capacity to make health care decisions, willfully, and voluntarily make known my desire that my dying shall not be artificially prolonged under the circumstances set forth below, and do hereby declare that:

(a) If at any time I should be diagnosed in writing to be in a terminal condition by the attending physician, or in a permanent unconscious condition by two physicians, and where the application of life-sustaining treatment would serve only to artificially prolong the process of my dying, I direct that such treatment be withheld or withdrawn, and that I be permitted to die naturally. I understand by using this form that a terminal condition means an incurable and irreversible condition caused by injury, disease, or illness, that would within reasonable medical judgment cause death within a reasonable period of time in accordance with accepted medical standards, and where the application of life-sustaining treatment would serve only to prolong the process of dying. I further understand in using this form that a permanent unconscious condition means an incurable and irreversible condition in which I am medically assessed within reasonable medical judgment as having no reasonable probability of recovery from an irreversible coma or a persistent vegetative state.

(b) In the absence of my ability to give directions regarding the use of such life-sustaining treatment, it is my intention that this directive shall be honored by my family and physician(s) as the final expression of my legal right to refuse medical or surgical treatment and I accept the consequences of such refusal. If another person is appointed to make these decisions for me, whether through a durable power of attorney or otherwise, I request that the person be guided by this directive and any other clear expressions of my desires.

(c) If I am diagnosed to be in a terminal condition or in a permanent unconscious condition (check one):

________ I DO want to have artificially provided nutrition and hydration.

________ I DO NOT want to have artificially provided nutrition and hydration.

(d) If I have been diagnosed as pregnant and that diagnosis is known to my physician, this directive shall have no force or effect during the course of my pregnancy.

(e) I understand the full import of this directive and I am emotionally and mentally capable to make the health care decisions contained in this directive.

(f) I understand that before I sign this directive, I can add to or delete from or otherwise change the wording of this directive and that I may add to or delete from this directive at any time and that any changes shall be consistent with Washington state law or federal constitutional law to be legally valid.

(g) It is my wish that every part of this directive be fully implemented. If for any reason any part is held invalid it is my wish that the remainder of my directive be implemented.

Signed _____________________________

City, County, and State of Residence

The declarer has been personally known to me and I believe him or her to be capable of making health care decisions.

Witness __________________________

Witness __________________________