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May 26, 2015 Fracking Bohos—more evidence

Don Eichelberger, Bohemian Grove Action Network Research Collective

We are always vigilant, looking for lessons on what we believe is the pivotal role played by the Bohemian Club and its annual party at the Grove encampment: to keep the controlling shares of the world’s economic and political wealth in the hands of a group of men able to fit easily in to its outdoor dining circle. Here is another exhibit. Can mere proximity breed conspiracy? You decide.

A recent issue of the journal Environmental Health Perspective reports that since hydraulic fracturing (fracking) began in Pennsylvania around 2005, “the same areas of the state as the fracking operations generally showed higher readings of radon” (Washington Post, 4/9/15). Radon is a colorless, odorless gas, known to be carcinogenic that exists naturally in hard rock formations just like many being fracked to get at their natural gas. The study was quickly rebuked by the non-profit Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) through their front group, Energy in Depth.

A follow-up report by the watchdog group PR Watch looked at IPAA’s supporters and turned up some interesting bedfellows from Bohemia. Of the eleven corporate sponsors of IPAA named in the article, five of them had seven Bohemian connections, among them an Iraqi Oil Ministry advisor and a notorious set of brothers, can you guess who? Supporters of IPAA connected to Bohemian Club membership include Shell Oil, Chevron, XTO Energy, Halliburton and, yes, Koch Industries.

First is one of the largest fracking companies in the country, XTO Energy. A subsidiary of ExxonMobil they are a gas driller and developer in Texas with major developments in the Rockies and New England. William H. Adams III, Meyerling Camp, has been a director of XTO Energy since 2001. He is Executive Regional President of Texas Bank in Fort Worth and previously worked at Frost Bank in Texas as President of the South Arlington branch in charge of Commercial/Energy Lending. His banking experience has been centered primarily in the oil and gas industry with significant experience in risk management (Equilar, Bloomberg).

Another Bohemian oil insider is Philip J. Carroll, Jr., Wild Oats camp. He has been CEO of Shell Oil, Fluor Corp., BAE Systems and is an American Petroleum Institute Lifetime Member. Mr. Carroll joined Shell as a petroleum engineer and over 37 years worked his way to the top. He participated in meetings in 2002-2003 where US State Department and former oil executives planned for Iraq’s post-invasion oil industry. He served two years at the pleasure of fellow Bohemian, George W. Bush, as the first Senior Advisor to the Iraqi Ministry of Oil at the United States Department of Defense starting in 2003 (Harper’s, 4/2005).

Chevron Corp is also a big player in fracking, boasts four Bohemians, starting with the many connections of Samuel Armacost. Armacost has held lead positions for Chevron Corporation, BankAmerica Corporation Merrill Lynch Capital Markets, and Weiss, Peck & Greer L.L.C.(corporate buy-outs). From 1998 to 2010 he was the chairman of SRI International, formerly Stanford Research Institute, an independent research, technology development and commercialization organization, a member of the board of directors since 1981 (Bloomberg).

In 2009 Armacost was sued by a coalition of Amazon groups for conflict of interest after it was revealed that while heading Chevron, he was the majority shareholder in Exponent Inc., “a pro-industry scientific consulting firm that was paid by Chevron to perform the study of cancer rates in Ecuador’s Amazon region where Texaco (now Chevron) was the exclusive operator of an oil concession from 1964 to 1990” (Reuters). Chevron lost the suit and it is still under appeal (Huffington Post).

Kenneth T. Derr, a member of the prestigious Mandalay camp, joined the Chevron Corporation in 1960 and served a number of executive positions, including President, until 1999. Derr also served until 2008 as the Chief Executive Officer of Calpine Corp, the largest natural gas fueled power producer in North America (calpine.com), and is or has been a director of AT&T Corp., Citigroup Inc., Citigroup Finance Canada Inc. and CitiCorp (Bloomberg Business).

Derr served as Director of Halliburton Company, another fracking profiteer, from 2001 to May, 2009. Halliburton Oil Well Cementing Company, renamed Halliburton Company in 1961, patented a fracking process in 1949 that earned Halliburton an exclusive license for the process in Texas and Oklahoma (Montgomery, et al). Mr. Derr has been in a position to effectively promote the fracking technology during its recent spike, both as a producer and one of the largest gas consumers.

Succeeding Derr in 2000 as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Chevron, then Chevron/Texaco after their 2001 merger was David O´Reilly also, conveniently, a Mandalay campmate.

Before taking over as CEO, O’Reilly held a number of executive positions, culminating in Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of Chevron Chemical Company. He retired from Chevron end of 2009 (Bloomberg).

Besides Bohemian Club, Derr and O’Reilly both serve as Directors of the American Petroleum Institute, and between them hold membership in some fourteen business associations, including The Business Council, The Business Roundtable, Council on Foreign Relations, Hoover Institution, Institute for International Economics, JPMorgan International Council, World Economic Forum’s International Business Council, and the Trilateral Commission.

J. Dennis Bonney, a Caveman, “served Chevron Corporation in various capacities from 1960 to 1987, including Vice President with responsibilities for worldwide logistics and trading, international production, corporate planning, European refining and marketing, Indonesian oil exploration and production and diversified investments. Mr. Bonney retired from Chevron Corporation in 1995” (Bloomberg).

The Koch brothers, Charles and David of Midway camp are major frackmasters. The brothers made their billions after inheriting a great deal from their industrialist father, who used his patented oil processing method to set up Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Union oil infrastructure. According to a recent family biography, Sons of Wichita by Daniel Schulman, Koch, Sr., struggled to make his sons “real men”, not pampered trust fund babies; favored the use of boxing to inflame his sons’ competitiveness.

The brothers, led by second born Charles, increased their inherited wealth 2000 fold maximizing profits from drilling and refining oil and gas, tar-sands development, fracking, pipeline development, chemicals production, ranching, chemical fertilizer production, forest products, commodity speculations and oil derivatives.

The Kochs have built a formidable empire of private oil, gas and chemical companies that help fund a network of right-wing think tanks, institutions of higher learning, political action committees, and non-profit front organizations to support their political take over (Schulman, Kochtopus).

Fracking for dollars has skyrocketed since George W. Bush exempted it from the Safe Drinking Water Act in 2005 (EEC Environment). How Bohemian Club or other individual members also aided the growth of fracking, uncluttered by regulatory roadblocks is, of course, speculation. Ten years ago, fracking and tar sands development were mere gleams in the eyes of men like Chuck and Dave Koch, Bill Adams, Ken Derr or Sam Armacost. While sociologist Dr. G. William Domhoff wonders in his “Study of Ruling Class Cohesiveness” if “Texas oilmen and Wall Street bankers might well need a little fraternizing to come to trust each other”, he concludes that accusations of the Grove being used to seal deals are overblown (Domhoff).

We can only surmise a cohesion among the ruling elite, already bonded in their pursuit of profit above all else, by the ever widening gap between haves and have-nots, and the plight of the natural world in the current epoch. Such a cohesive culture of rulers comes closest to being realized at Bohemian Grove’s annual secretive encampment. Sonoma State University Sociology professor, Dr. Peter Phillips concludes in his 1995 doctoral dissertation, “A Relative Advantage: Sociology of the San Francisco Bohemian Club” that, while general parameters of major policy “can and have evolved”, the process is not deliberate, but “occurs through normal social intercourse”.

The upper class in this country can, in other words, build general consensus around important public policies as an incidental consequence of spending time together. The richest patriarchs get to get drunk and play together, off-the-record, year after year for over 100 years for two weeks in cabins and tents, around the campfires, beneath the redwood grove’s protective canopy. At minimum, it is hard to believe more calls don’t get returned once outside. And among men of this power and wealth, a phone call returned by someone who can help solve a problem is gold.

Sources:

Bloomberg Business bio of J. Dennis Bonney, 5/5/15 http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=783513&ticker=CBI&previousCapId=330169&previousTitle=Alumax%252C%2520Inc.

Bloomberg Business bio of Kenneth Derr. Web. 5/5/15
http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=615679&ticker=CVX

Bloomberg Business bio of Philip J. Carroll, Jr. Web. 5/5/15
http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=655668&ticker=VMC

Bloomberg Business, Weiss, Peck and Greer LLP. Website. 5/5/15
http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=23883

Domhoff, G. William, The Bohemian Grove and other retreats—a Study of Ruling-class Cohesiveness. Harper and Rowe Publishers. New York. Print. 1974.

Domhoff, G. William, “Who Rules America?” Website. 5/5/15
http://www2.ucsc.edu/whorulesamerica/power/bohemian_grove.html

EEC Environment, history of fracking. Web. 5/18/15
http://eecworld.com/services/258-a-brief-history-of-hydraulic-fracturing

Energy In Depth radon critique, 5/5/15.
http://energyindepth.org/marcellus/four-key-facts-about-a-new-radon-study/

Equilar Atlas, William H. Adams III bio. Website. 5/11/15. http://people.equilar.com/bio/william-adams-xto-energy/salary/47126#.VVFxmpOTVX8

Forbes Magazine, “(Armacost) Breaking Up a Great Bank”. Web. 5/11/15 http://archive.fortune.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/1988/06/06/70620/index.htm

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Huffington Post, Chevron vs. Ecuador Lawsuit. Web. 5/8/15
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Kochtopus, http://kochcash.org/the-kochtopus/. Web. 4/25/15

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XTO Energy. Web. 5/6/15
http://www.xtoenergy.com/index.html

March 23, 2014 Midway Camp

MEMBERS OF MIDWAY CAMP AT BOHEMIAN GROVE
John W. Larson – John W. Larson is counsel in Morgan Lewis’s Business and Finance Practice. Mr. Larson’s practice involves mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and securities laws for biotechnology and high technology companies.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis in February 2003, Mr. Larson was the senior partner of a major West Coast law firm, where he served as CEO from 1988 to 1996. Before entering private practice, Mr. Larson was Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior, 1971 to 1973; and Counselor to George P. Shultz, 1973. He is listed in Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America, The Global Counsel 3000, Who’s Who in America, and PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook 2008.
Mr. Larson is a member of the Board of Directors of several companies; he is a member of the Board of Trustees of the California Academy of Sciences; and has been active in civic affairs in San Francisco and the Bay Area, having served as Chairman of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce in 1996.
Mr. Larson is admitted to practice in California.
Richard D Bass –
Michael F Bigham – has 14 years of operational experience and six years investment banking experience in life science companies and has been with Abingworth since 2002. He was formerly Vice Chairman of Corixa and was President and Chief Executive of Coulter Pharmaceuticals from 1996 until it merged into Corixa in 2000. Previously, he was an early employee at Gilead Sciences, where he spent eight years serving in various capacities, including Executive Vice President of Operations and CFO. Before joining Gilead, Michael was a partner at Hambrecht & Quist, where he became Co-Head of Healthcare Investment Banking. His directorships have included Avila Therapeutics, Magellan, Secure EDI, Supernus Pharmaceuticals and Valeritas. Michael has a BS Degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia and qualified as a CPA before completing his MBA at Stanford University. He is responsible for Abingworth’s Boston office and focuses on growth equity and East Coast venture deals
Richard S Bodman – Mr. Richard S. Bodman, also known as Dick, CPA serves as Managing General Partner at Venture Management Services, Incorporated and Special Partners Fund, LP. Mr. Bodman has been the Managing General Partner at AT&T Ventures, LLC since May 1996. Mr. Bodman is also a Managing General Partner at VMS Technology Leaders Fund, L.P. Mr. Bodman has been the President of Venture Management Services, Inc. since May 1996. He serves as Managing General Partner of AT&T Venture Fund II, L.P. Previously, he served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Comsat General Corporation and the President of Satellite Television Corporation. He served as Chief Executive Officer and President of PurThread Technologies, Inc. until July 30, 2013. Mr. Bodman established and served as the President of Washington National Investment Corporation. Prior to joining AT&T Ventures, from August 1990 to May 1996, he served as a Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development for AT&T Corporation and served as a Member of AT&T’s Management Executive Committee. He was a Partner at Touche Ross & Company. He was employed at E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Company. Mr. Bodman was the Chief Financial Officer of the Communications Satellite Corporation, the Chief Executive Officer of Comsat General Corp., and the President of COMSAT’s, Satellite Television Corporation. He served in the United States Government as an Assistant Secretary of the Department of the Interior and later as an Assistant Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Executive Office of the President. He is also a Trustee of the NCH Healthcare System. He serves as Chairman of the Board of PurThread Technologies, Inc. Mr. Bodman has been a Director of Young & Rubicam, Inc. since April 1998. Mr. Bodman serves as Director of Coppercom, Inc., TDF and CopperCom Acquisition Corp. He serves as a Director at CCP, LLC. Mr. Bodman has been a Director of Spacehab Inc. since 2003. He served as a Director of Internet Security Systems Inc. since July 1997. He served as a Director of NHP Inc.since August 1995. He served as a Lead Director of Sandia National Laboratories. He was a Director of Young & Rubicam, Lin Broadcasting, and the National Housing Partnerships, Inc. He served as a Director of DTI Networks and ADT Limited. He served as a Director of TYCO International, Inc. since 1997, Reed Elsevier NV until April 15, 1999, GridPoint Inc. from November 2005 to October 17, 2007, Astrotech Corp. from 2003 to December 1, 2005 and Knology, Inc. from June 1996 to May 3, 2005. Mr. Bodman is a Certified Public Accountant. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Princeton University and a Master’s of Science degree in Industrial Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Clark N Callander – Mr. Clark Callander serves as the Managing Director with Savvian, LLC. Mr. Callander serves as Vice President of UBS Financial Services Inc. He is responsible for Savvian’s Capital Markets Advisory business activity. Mr. Callander has more than 20 years of investment and commercial banking experience, specializing in private placements, merchant banking, mergers and acquisitions, and restructurings. Prior to joining Savvian, he served as the Managing Director and Head of Private Capital Markets at Robertson Stephens International. He served as Vice President at PaineWebber. In addition, Mr. Callander started the Telecommunications Group at Union Bank where he was active in leveraged buyouts for the telecommunications industry. Mr. Callander serves as a Member of the Industrial Advisory Board at Acacia Capital Partners. He received his B.S. degree from Stanford University and his M.B.A. degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Harlan R. Crow of Dallas, Texas, is a longtime Republican benefactor.
The son of Dallas real estate magnate Trammell Crow, Harlan Crow is the owner of Crow Realty Investors, as well as the president of another real estate concern, Crow Holdings. Crow Holdings owns almost 10% of the shares of the Trammell Crow real estate company.[1] Crow is also listed as a managing partner of Crow Family Holdings, as well. [2]
For his generous contributions to the George Herbert Walker Bush Presidential Library, Crow was named a trustee. Other trustees include such Republican luminaries such as Florida governor Jeb Bush and former Secretary of State James A. Baker III . [3]
Harlan Rogers Crow is also trustee of the American Enterprise Institute and a major patron of Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. In 2002, Justice Thomas reported receiving a gift of a “Frederick Douglass Bible,” valued at $19,000, from Harlan and Kathy Crow, whom he described as “personal friends.” [4]
Crow has an unusual hobby of collecting statues of both past and present tyrants, including Vladimir Lenin and Fidel Castro. His home in Dallas purportedly contains one of the world’s largest statuaries on its grounds, with 20 statues ranging up to 20 feet tall [5] [6]
“Crow is a member of the founders committee of the Club for Growth , a conservative political group that raises money uses it to influence public policy and elect political candidates who advocate the ‘Reagan vision of limited government and lower taxes.’ ” [7]
• Director, National Center for Policy Analysis
• CEO, Crow Holdings
• Advisory Board, British American Project [1
Reid Dennis has been an active individual investor and a corporate venture capital investor since 1952. As an individual venture investor, Reid was personally involved with early-stage investments in Acurex, American Microsystems, Ampex, California Microwave, Coherent Radiation, Measurex, and Ultek. As a corporate executive, Reid was responsible for the successful entry of Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company, and then the American Express Company, into the venture capital field. He represented them as a member of the Board of Directors at Recognition Equipment Inc., The Reed Tool Company, and Storage Technology Corporation. While at American Express, Reid was also responsible for managing six publicly-traded mutual funds. After 21 years with the two companies, Reid resigned from American Express in order to form Institutional Venture Associates in 1974 and, subsequently, Institutional Venture Partners in 1980.

Reid was an early investor in and a Director of Exabyte Corporation, Seagate Technology, Sequent Computer Systems (acquired by IBM), and Stratus Computer (acquired by IBM). Reid currently serves as a General Partner of IVP on a part-time basis.

Reid is a past Chairman and President of the National Venture Capital Association (“NVCA”) and a past President of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists (“WAVC”). In April 2000, he received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the NVCA. Reid was also a founder and an original alumni investment manager of both the Stanford Business School Trust and the Stanford Engineering Venture Capital Fund. He served on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Opera Association for 42 years, including 14 years as Chairman.

Reid earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a M.B.A. from Stanford University.

Dr. Dixon R. Doll, PhD, Director (July 2011 to present), Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee (July 2011 to present), Compensation Committee (September 2011 to present). Professional Experience: Cofounder and General Partner, DCM (an early-state technology venture capital firm) (1996 to present). Chairman, U.S. National Venture Capital Association (2008-2009 fiscal year). Cofounder of the global venture capital industry’s first fund focused exclusively on telecommunications opportunities, Accel Partners. Service on Other Boards: Advisory Board and Executive Committee Member, Stanford Economic Policy Research Institute (current). Overseer, Hoover Institution at Stanford University (current). Member, San Francisco Asian Art Museum Foundation Board (current). Director, Neutral Tandem (2004 to 2010). Board member, University of San Francisco (1997 to 2006 and 2012 to present). Former director of several privately held companies. Former Director and Board Chair, Network Equipment Technologies (1985-2012). Former Board Member and Chair, Force10 Networks (acquired by Dell 2010). Education: B.S.E.E., Cum Laude, Kansas State University, M.S. and Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan
Tully M Friedman – Mr. Friedman is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Friedman Fleischer & Lowe, LLC (a private investment firm). Prior to forming Friedman Fleischer & Lowe in 1997, Mr. Friedman was a founding partner of Hellman & Friedman (a private investment firm) and a managing director of Salomon Brothers, Inc. (an investment bank). Other Public Company Boards: Mr. Friedman previously served as a director of Mattel, Inc. (1984 to May 2012), Capital Source (2000 to May 2007) and Tempur-Pedic International (November 2002 to April 2006). Non-Profit/Other Boards: Mr. Friedman currently serves on the boards of NCDR, LLC, and is the Chairman and a director of Churchs Holding Corporation. He is also Chairman of American Enterprise Institute and Vice Chairman of the Telluride Foundation.
Louis V Gerstner Carlyle Group Chairman
IBM CEO (1993-2002)
RJR Nabisco Chairman and CEO (four years)
American Express President
American Express CEO of AE Travel Related Services Company
McKinsey & Company
Member of the Board of Bristol-Myers Squibb
America-China Forum
Augusta National Golf Club
Bush-Cheney ’04
The Business Council
Council on Foreign Relations Board Member
Dreier for Congress Committee
Friends of Dick Lugar

Friends of Senator D’Amato 1998 Committee
George W. Bush for President
John McCain 2008
McCain 2000
National Committee on US-China Relations Board of Directors
Trilateral Commission
Knight of the British Empire June 2001
Author of books:
Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance? (2002, memoir)
Ronald J Gidwitz – Mr. Ronald J. Gidwitz is a Co-Founder of GCG Partners and has been its Partner since September 1998. Mr. Gidwitz shares responsibility for overall management of the partnership. He served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Unilever HPC Helene Curtis Business Unit from 1996 to 1998. He served as the President of Helene Curtis Industries Inc. from 1979 to 1998 and its Chief Executive Officer from July 1985 to 1998. He held a number of positions within the company, with responsibilities ranging from sales to manufacturing. He served as the Secretary of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He serves as Chairman of Field Museum of Natural History. Mr. Gidwitz has been a Director of KapStone Paper and Packaging Corporation since October 2008; Rexam Beverage Can Americas Inc. since April 14, 1999; Continental Materials Corp., since 1974 and American National Can Group Inc. since April 14, 1999. Mr. Gidwitz also serves as Director on the Boards of Continental Materials Corporation. He serves as a Director of Prairie Packaging Corp., and SEI Consulting. He serves as Member of Board of Governors of Boys & Girls Clubs Of America. He serves as a Member of Executive Advisory Board of The Edgewater Funds. He serves as Chairman of the following organizations including New Prosperity Foundation and the Economic Freedom Alliance. Mr. Gidwitz serves as a Director of Lyric Opera of Chicago, and the Board of Trustees of Rush-Presbyterian Medical Center. He serves as Trustee of Museum of Science and Industry, Rush University and Rush University Medical Center. Mr. Gidwitz also serves as Governor and Chairman-Elect of the Boys and Girls Clubs of American. He has served as the Chairman of The Economic Development Commission of the City of Chicago, the Board of Trustees of the City Colleges of Chicago and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. He served as a Director of Helene Curtis. He has served as Chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education. Mr. Gidwitz is also active in the Chicago business and arts communities. He was named Crain’s Chicago Business Executive of the Year in 1988. In 2006, he was a candidate for Governor of the State of Illinois. Mr. Gidwitz is a graduate of Brown University.
Richard J Guggenhime – Richard J. Guggenhime’s legal practice emphasizes estate planning, estate and trust administration and federal estate and gift tax. Before joining Schiff Hardin, Mr. Guggenhime was a partner at Heller Ehrman where he served as Chair of the Wealth Management Practice Group from 1987-2005. Mr. Guggenhime has spent decades actively involved in contributing to the San Francisco community beginning his public service as a member of the Parking Authority from 1975-1978. He was then appointed to the Board of Permit Appeals (1978-1985), the Fire Commission (1985 to 1989) and the Recreation and Parks Commission (1989-1993 and 2004-2005). He was appointed to the Airport Commission by Mayor Gavin Newsom in August 2006 and reappointed in August 2009. Mr. Guggenhime is also Past Director of the Commercial Bank of San Francisco, Global Savings Bank and North American Trust Company. Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation
William R Hambrecht – Mr. William R. Hambrecht, also known as Bill, founded WR Hambrecht + Co., LLC in January 1998 and serves as its Chairman. Mr. Hambrecht is the Founder and Chairman at WR Hambrecht + Co, Investment Arm. He is the Founder of Ironstone Group Inc. and Ironstone Group Inc., Investment Arm. He has been the Chief Executive Officer of Ironstone Group Inc. since March 24, 2008. He is a Co-founder of The United Football League. He served as Chief Executive Officer of WR Hambrecht + Co., LLC until June 18, 2013. He served as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of WR Hambrecht + Co, Investment Arm. He was Founder of Chase H&Q. He introduced OpenIPO. He served as a Managing Director at BV-Cornerstone Ventures, LP. Prior to WR Hambrecht & Co, Mr. Hambrecht co-founded J.P. Morgan H&Q Principals, LP in 1968, where he was the Chairman and held various executive management positions until he resigned in December 1997. He began his career in the securities business in 1958. He was the Founder and Principal of TI Ventures. He worked at Evolve Software Inc. and Red Brick Systems, Inc. Mr. Hambrecht has been a Director of Salon Media Group Inc. since February 9, 2012, Historic AOL LLC since December 2009, Ironstone Group Inc. since 2003; and Aristotle, Inc. since September 1999. He serves as a Director of Delafield Hambrecht, Inc., Intraop Medical Corp., Calyx, Corolla, and ITG Market Research. Mr. Hambrecht serves on the Board of Trustees at The American University of Beirut. He serves as Member of Advisory Council at J. David Gladstone Institutes and is on the Board of Decision Economics. He also was appointed to the Board of the Presidio Trust by President Barack Obama in 2010. He served as a Director of Truett-Hurst, Inc. from 2012 to November 20, 2013. He served as a Director at KQED, Inc. He served as a Director of AOL Inc. from 2009 to February 2011, LXR Biotechnology Inc. since 1998 and Beacon Education Management, Inc. since January 2000. Mr. Hambrecht served as a Director of Adobe Systems Inc., LifeHarbor Investments, Inc., Cardiac Science Corporation, and GetThere.Com, Inc. He served as a Director of Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. until August 17, 2011 and Motorola Solutions, Inc. from 2008 to January 1, 2011. In October, 2006, he was inducted to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Hambrecht received a B.S. from Princeton University and a B.A. In 1957.
Victor A Hebert -Burrill & Company, a San Francisco based global leader in the life sciences with principal activities in Venture Capital, Private Equity, Merchant Banking and Media, announced that Victor A. Hebert has joined the firm as Managing Director and Chief Legal Officer.
Before joining Burrill & Company, Vic spent his entire legal career at Heller Ehrman LLP. He is a business lawyer with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate governance. In the area of venture capital, Vic has assisted in fund formation, financing transactions for purchasers and issuers, and the representation of many emerging growth companies. Vic has handled numerous mergers and acquisitions for public and private clients, including leverage buyout transactions. Vic has been involved in many public and private offerings of debt and equity securities for issuers and underwriters. Vic has also been involved in a variety of domestic and international joint ventures.
Vic holds bachelor and law degrees from the University California.
Daniel D Jackson – Daniel D. Jackson is the Member of Jackson Capital LLC and inactive roles in one additional company . Jackson Capital LLC filed as a Domestic in the State of California filed on Thursday, June 06, 1996. This corporation is approximately eighteen years old according to documents filed with California Secretary of State. Jackson Capital LLC also lists CA1FINANCIAL Services as Member. Daniel’s past corporate interests include the President of Bay Petroleum Company .
Thomas L Kempner – Mr. Thomas Lenox Kempner, Jr., is an Executive Managing Member at Davidson Kempner Capital Management LLC. He founded the firm in December 1987. Previously, Mr. Kempner was a Vice President at First City Capital Corporation, where he traded a special situations portfolio of high-yield and bankruptcy securities and engaged in fixed-income arbitrage. From April 1981 until February 1983, Mr. Kempner was a Vice President of Loeb Partners, where he traded a bond arbitrage portfolio and headed the firm’s money-market department. From June 1978 until February 1981, Mr. Kempner was an Associate at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he traded Corporate and U.S. Government Bonds. He is presently a Member of the Yale Development Board and a Trustee of the Central Park Conservancy. Mr. Kempner also serves on the board of the USA Cycling Development Foundation and is President of the Board of Trustees of The St. Bernard’s School in New York. He graduated from the Harvard Business School in 1978 with distinction and from Yale College in 1975, magna cum laude.
Charles G Koch – Co-owner and CEO of the biggest private firm “Koch Industries Inc” in the US; Charles Koch is an eminent business magnate, who made his fortune by transforming his father’s moderately successful oil company into a diversified petroleum products trading company with presence in nearly 60 countries. Known as a person with extraordinary management skills, Charles managed and expanded the inherited business to almost 2,600 times the inherited size. The Koch Industries CEO is the 18th richest man in the world and a munificent philanthropist.

Born in Kansas, the son of Late Fred Koch graduated from the prestigious “Massachusetts Institute of Technology” and started helping his father in his oil company named “Rock Island Oil and Refining Company”. After taking over the business reign in 1967, Charles transformed his father’s oil refining firm to a diversified petroleum products company “Koch Industries Inc”, with estimated annual revenue of $40 billion. The company’s expansion included opening facilities in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, and China, acquiring 37,000 miles of oil and gas pipeline and diversifying in areas of pollution control equipment and technologies, forest and consumer products, minerals and fertilizers. Profits from “Koch Industries Inc” provided a flurry of wealth for Charles making him one of the most powerful billionaires in the US. The eminent business tycoon has a net worth of $25 billion and is one of richest man in the planet. The billionaire’s plush home in Palm Desert, California is his additional pricey asset apart from his highly successful firm. Charles has also held several director positions in other companies like Intrust Financial Corp, Georgia Pasfic Corp and Invista.
Charles received many prestigious awards from different Universities and organizations during his lifetime and was also rated one of the most influential people of 2011. The Koch Industries CEO has also made financial support for a number of charitable organizations like “Institute for Humane Studies”, “American Civil Liberties Union”, “Bill of Rights Institute”, “Cato Institute” and “Mercatus Center”. The 76 year old business man is married and has two children.
David H Koch –

Born in 1940, David Koch, son of Late Fred Koch, is the Executive Vice President of “Koch Industries” and the fourth wealthiest personality in the US. The billionaire’s appetite for expanding the family’s business, acquiring luxurious homes and political, non-political philanthropy has made him an eminent personality in the US. David acquired Chemical Engineering degree from the “Massachusetts Institute of Technology” and currently also serves as the CEO of the “Koch Chemical Technology Group”, a subsidiary of Koch Industries.
With a net worth of $22.5 billion, Executive Vice President of “Koch Industries” holds the title of being the richest man in New York, passing Mayor Bloomberg, and the fourth wealthiest person in the US. Apart from his 9,000 square foot primary residence in New York, the billionaire business tycoon has a number of plush properties including homes in Aspen; Colorado, Southampton; New York, and Palm Beach; Florida. Tour crazy David spends up to $500,000 per week floating around the Mediterranean for several weeks on a 246-foot mega-yacht “Leander”. The affluent personality adores driving around the town streets with his family in a chauffeured Mercedes. The Kansas born business man is married and has three children.
David donated millions to conservative and libertarian organizations via his Koch-controlled foundation “David H. Koch Charitable Foundation”. Big hearted David also made $100 million donation to the “New York State Theater” at New York’s Lincoln Center which houses the New York City Opera and Ballet. The “New York State Theater” was renamed to “David H. Koch Theater” after his vital financial contribution for the theater’s renovation. A kind philanthropist by nature, the billionaire made more than $750 million contribution for cancer research, development of medical centers and support of educational institutions.
William B MacColl -Board member Laguna Honda Hospital
Richard B. Madden – URS Corp. Mr. Madden has served as one of our directors since 1992. Mr. Madden served as Chief Executive (Board Affairs and Compensation Committees); Officer of Potlatch Corporation from 1971 to 1994 and as a director of Potlatch from 1971 to 1999; as a director of PG&E Corporation from 1996 to 2000; as a director of Pacific Gas and Electric Company from 1977 to 2000; and as a director of CNF Inc. from 1992 to 2002. He is 74 years old.

Richard A Magnuson -Richard A. Magnuson has served as Chairman of our Board since our inception. Mr. Magnuson is a founder of, and since February 2001 has served as Chief Executive Officer of, GI Partners, an international private equity fund manager which oversees the activities of GI Partners Funds I, II and III. From November 1999 until May 2007, Mr. Magnuson served as Executive Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Investors, where he formed and managed the investments and activities of GI Partners Fund I. From 1994 through 1999, Mr. Magnuson held various positions with Nomura Securities, most recently as Deputy Managing Director of their London-based Principal Finance Group. From 1989 until 1994, Mr. Magnuson was a director in the Investment Banking division of Merrill Lynch. Mr. Magnuson previously served as a director of Glenborough Realty Trust until its sale and is presently a director of four private companies. Mr. Magnuson received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Dartmouth College and a Master of Business Administration degree from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. On March 5, 2012, Richard A. Magnuson, Chairman of Digital Realty Trust, Inc. informed the Board of Directors that he will not stand for re-election to the Company’s Board of Directors at the Company’s 2012 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, effective April 23, 2012.
Michael Mondavi -Founder, Folio Fine Wine Partners and Michael Mondavi Family Estate

Michael Mondavi is known as the “quiet icon” among his friends and colleagues. He is widely credited with helping to establish and build the Napa Valley wine industry as we know it. Drafted into the family business immediately following his college graduation, Michael often spent two thirds of the year traveling, promoting Mondavi wines and the Napa Valley wine industry in general.

Richard B Myers USAF -Gen. Richard B. Myers is the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he serves as the principal military adviser to the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council. By law, he is the nation’s highest-ranking military officer. Prior to becoming Chairman, the general served as Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for 19 months.

General Myers joined the Air Force in 1965 through the ROTC program at Kansas State University. He entered pilot training in June 1965 at Vance Air Force Base, Okla. A command pilot, he has more than 4,100 flying hours, primarily in the F-4, F-15 and F-16, including 600 combat hours in the F-4.

The general has commanded at all levels and served in significant staff positions throughout the Air Force. His largest commands included U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force at Yokota Air Base, Japan; Pacific Air Forces at Hickam AFB, Hawaii; and the North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Space Command and Air Force Space Command at Peterson AFB, Colo.
Dillon O’Brian – ?
Michael Aloysious Phelan ?
Carmen Policy (born January 26, 1943) is an attorney and American football executive who is best known for his front office work for the San Francisco 49ers during the 1980s and 1990s. Policy, a native of Youngstown, Ohio, joined the San Francisco 49ers in 1983 as vice president and counsel. In 1991, he became president and chief executive officer of the San Francisco 49ers and played a key role in the 49ers Super Bowl victories in 1985, 1989, 1990 and 1995.
Sigmund “Sig” Rogich – Sigmund “Sig” Rogich owns and serves as Chief Executive Officer and President of The Rogich Communications Group, a personal holding company that indirectly provides services to Primadonna Resorts, Inc. Mr. Rogich offers counsel in the areas of strategic planning and business development, crisis communication, issues management, corporate and media relations, business and community relations, political advising, and special projects. He has been employed by TPC as a marketing, political and gaming development consultant, since May 1993. From 1974 to January 1993, Mr. Rogich was the owner of R&R Advertising, the largest advertising agency in the state of Nevada and served as its Chief Executive Officer from 1970 until 1989. Today, R&R Advertising continues to handle all the advertising and media for both the Las Vegas Convention & Visitor’s Authority and the Nevada State Tourism Board. Mr. Rogich served as Assistant to the President of the United States from 1989 to 1992, As a Presidential media advisor, he directed all of the President’s videotaping and filming sessions, assisted with speech preparation and delivery for Oval Office and State of the Union addresses, handled strategic planning and execution of the President’s official visits and public events and traveled extensively with the President. Furthermore, Mr. Rogich served as Director of President Ronald Reagan’s Tuesday Team, Official Guide to former Soviet Premiere Mikhail Gorbachev on his nationwide tour of the United States and United States Ambassador to Iceland. He served as United States Ambassador to Iceland. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Alpha Protective Services, Inc. and WorldDoc, Inc. He has been a Director of On Stage Entertainment Inc., since October 2001. He serves as the Member of Advisory Board of WinWin Gaming Inc. He served as a Director of Primadonna Resorts, Inc., since 1993. Mr. Rogich has been a member of the Board of Governors of the United Service Organizations since January 1993.He serves as the Chairman of the Board for the Clark County Public Education Foundation and President of the Clark County Library Foundation. His other charitable and corporate boards that Mr. Rogich is involved in include the Community College of Southern Nevada Foundation, Opportunity Village and the Las Vegas Water District Advisory Board. graduation from Las Vegas High School, Mr. Rogich earned a degree in Journalism from the University of Nevada at Reno, a natural fit for his avid interest in current events and politics.
William E B Start ?
Robert J Spane – Mr. Robert J. Spane, Rocky, served as Chief Executive Officer and President of Vanguard Airlines Inc. from June 1997 to May 2000. During this time, Mr. Spane testified before Congress concerning competition in the airline industry and was featured in the Wall Street Journal and various other newspapers. Mr. Spane served in the U.S. Navy for 35 years where his last position was Commander, Naval Air Force Pacific from October 1993 to February 1996. As Commander, Naval Air Force Pacific, Mr. Spane was responsible for all finances, training, logistics and the material condition of all aircraft carriers, aircraft and naval air stations in the Pacific. Mr. Spane retired from the United States Navy as a vice admiral after 35 years of service. When Mr. Spane left the Navy in 1996, he founded Pacific Associates, a consulting firm specializing in Federal Government related business. In January 2002, Mr. Spane was appointed Port Commissioner of the San Diego Unified Port District and in 2006 became Chairman of the Board. Mr. Spane served as Chairman of the Board of Vanguard Airlines Inc. from June 1997 to May 2001. Mr. Spane has been Vice Chairman and Director of HERC Products Inc. since July 7, 2004. He serves as a Director of Secure Data In Motion Inc. He serves as a Director of TranSystems Corporation and SIGABA Inc. He served as a Director of Vanguard Airlines Inc. since May 1996 and also served as a Director of XOJET Inc. He is a Member of the Homeland Security Advisory Committee. Mr. Spane graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering in 1962 and the Naval Postgraduate School with an M.S. degree in Operation Research/System Analysis. He graduated from the Navy’s nuclear propulsion program and Naval flight and legal schools.
Craig Arthur Stephens – Craig Stephens is an executive and is an owner of Stafford Capital Management LLC, a $23M RIA based in Financial District, CA. Craig is also registered with Pacific Management Ltd, a $9M RIA based in Financial District, CA. Craig has held an industry securities registration for a year and is subject to SEC oversight.
William Laney Thornton – William Laney Thornton is the President of Brannan Management Company, Inc. and holds active roles in seven companies and inactive roles in three additional companies .
Brannan Management Company, Inc. filed as an Articles of Incorporation in the State of California filed on Wednesday, June 14, 1995. This corporation is approximately nineteen years old according to documents filed with California Secretary of State.
William Laney Thornton’s additional active roles include:
• President of Thornton Industries, Inc.
• Member of Blacktop Investors, LLC
• Member of Hennessy Investment Holdings LLC
• Member of Brannan Gp, LLC
• Member of Thornton Family Fund No. 1, L.P.
William Laney Thornton is connected to other officers through these corporate roles. One of the top connections is CA1INVESTMENT .
William’s past corporate interests include the President of Eileen West Designs
Paul C M Touw – Mr. Paul C. M. Touw serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at iCiX North America, LLC. Mr. Touw founded XOJET, Inc. in 2006 and served as its Chief Executive Officer and President until October 2008. He served as Chief Architect of XOJET, Inc. He co-founded Ariba Inc. and served as its Vice President of Corporate Strategy since March 1997. He also served as Executive Vice President of Strategy for Ariba, Inc. He managed marketing and business development for Ariba from inception from September 1996 to March 1997. From September 1995 to July 1996, Mr. Touw managed western area sales and business development for Open Market, Inc. From 1991 to September 1995, he held various senior technical and sales management positions at Rasna Corporation. Initially, he joined Rasna in a technical capacity, eventually moved into field sales and later became its #1 salesmen. He held analyst and senior analyst positions at Westinghouse Electric Company, AEC Able Engineering, and BP Advanced Materials serving primarily in aerospace engineering and analysis roles. He served as Executive Chairman of XOJET, Inc. since October 2008 and served as its Director. While studying Physics, Mr. Touw wrote an educational book, “Laboratory Physics,” which the university later adopted as a standard textbook for Physics II, which helped fund his education and is still used by the Physics department today. He received the Bay Area’s Most Admired CEO Award in 2007 by the San Francisco Business Times. Mr. Touw holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and Physics from University of the Pacific, School of Engineering.
Charles J Urstadt – Mr. Charles J. Urstadt served as Chief Executive Officer at Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. from September 1989 to July 1, 2013. He is been the Chairman of Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. since 1986 and serves as it Director since 1975. Mr. Urstadt serves as the Chairman and Director of Urstadt Property Company, Inc. He serves as Trustee Emeritus of Pace University. He serves as Vice Chairman of Battery Park City Authority. He serves as Trustee of Historic Hudson Valley. Mr. Urstadt served as a Trustee of Putnam Trust Company and Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association.
John P Woodberry -Mr. John Parker Woodberry is an Independent Director of Dividend Capital Total Realty Trust, Inc. He was the President and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Independence Capital Asset Partners, LLC. Previously, Mr. Woodberry was a Senior Research Analyst at Cobalt Capital from 2001 to 2004. From 1998 to 2001, he was employed at Minute Man Capital Management and Trident Investment Management. From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Woodberry was employed at Templeton Investments. He has been active in finance and investing activities since 1991. Mr. Woodberry earned an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and an A.B. degree from Stanford University.

April 16, 2013 Owl’s Nest Camp

Owl’s Nest Camp at Bohemian Grove—Ronald Reagan’s Camp
(partial list)

David L Anderson – a member of the Board of Directors of the MIT Investment Management Company. He is a past Director of the Harvard Business School Alumni Association and a past Trustee of the San Francisco Ballet. He is a past Director and President of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists, a founding member of Entrepreneurs’ Foundation

Norman Barker Jr – Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc., Los Angeles, elected as director. Chairman (retired), First Interstate Bank of California. Direcor (retired) Valeant Pharmaceuticals. Trustee University of Chicago

Charles E Cobb Jr – Senior Managing Director and CEO of Cobb Partners, an investment company. Cobb was previously the United States Ambassador to the Republic of Iceland under President George H.W. Bush and was Under Secretary of the US Department of Commerce under President Reagan. Governor Jeb Bush and Governor Charlie Crist have appointed Ambassador Cobb to be the Chairman of Gateway Florida and Florida FTAA, the organizations leading Florida’s efforts in Western Hemisphere trade and commerce. Earlier, Cobb was the
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Disney Development Company and of Arvida Corporation. He served as a member of The Walt Disney Board of Directors and its Executive Committee. He also was the Chief Operating Officer of the Penn Central Corporation. Prior to that, he was President, General Manager or Chief Financial Officer of various subsidiaries of Kaiser Aluminum. He earlier served as an officer in the United States Navy.

Donald R Dixon – Managing Director & Co-founder who is currently working with Trident Capital. Trident Capital is a leading private equity and venture capital firm committed to empowering entrepreneurs to build innovative and industry leading businesses. Founded in 1993, the firm manages over $1.6 billion of capital in a focused effort to develop world class information services and software business.

David Gergen – Gergen is a professor of public service at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and director of its Center for Public Leadership. A Durham native, Gergen has also taught at Duke University. where he is now a trustee. Gergen is active on many non-profit boards and is Chairman of the National Selection Committee for the Ford Foundation’s program on Innovations in American Government. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a long time political advisor to various presidents
as well as a media pundit.

Harry Gray -is an American business manager and philanthropist best known as CEO and chairman of United Technologies

William R Hearst III – became president of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation in early 2003. Son of Wiliam Randolph Hearst Jr and grandson of William Randolph Hearst, Hearst is also director of the Hearst Corporation.

Richard M Krasno – IVAX Corporation announced the nomination and
appointment of Richard M. Krasno, Ph.D. to its Board of Directors. Krasno currently serves as the Executive Director of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust and as President of the four affiliated William R. Kenan, Jr. Funds in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Prior to joining the Trust, Dr. Krasno was president of the Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. Member Council on Foreign Relations.

Peter C Kerner – Director, Media Services University of California Berkeley

V H Krulak – Lieutenant General, U.S.M.C Krulak was designated commanding general, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, and promoted to lieutenant general. In this position, Krulak was responsible for all Fleet Marine Force units in the Pacific and made more than 50 trips to the Vietnam Theater. His book, First to Fight: An Inside View of the U.S. Marine Corps, is still widely read around the world.

Bowen H McCoy – An investment banker became general partner at Morgan Stanley in 1970. Mr. McCoy serves as a trustee for the Urban Land Institute and past president of the Urban Land Foundation and is past president of the Counselors of Real Estate. He served on visiting committees for the Harvard University School of Design and Harvard Memorial Church. At Stanford University, he served as president of the Stanford Alumni Association, chairman of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, a member of
the executive committee of the Hoover Institution and co-chair of its
capital campaign, and as a member of the board of Stanford Associates.

Harry Mullikin – Chairman Emeritus of Westin Hotels and Resorts and past chair of the WSU Foundation Board of Trustees,

Ronald Reagan – 40th PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES and 33rd Governor of California.

J Paul Sticht – a former executive at tobacco company R.J. Reynolds, died March 2007

Vernon Taylor Jr – President Westhoma Oil Company Denver Colrado

Vaughn Walker- Judge, U. S. District Court, Northern District of California Nominated by George H.W. Bush on September 7, 1989,

James B Weisler – Science Applications Int. Corp. – SAIC’s approximately 44,000 employees serve customers in the Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, other U.S. Government civil agencies and selected commercial markets. Annual revenues of $8.9 billion.

April 16, 2013 HILLBILLIES CAMP

HILLBILLIES CAMP AT BOHEMIAN GROVE (partial list):

Robert M Arnold, Philanthropist-Seattle FIrst National Bank, Yale Graduate

Paul Bancroft III, Bank of America Foundation ,Yale Graduate

Michael J Boskin, Professor of Economics, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Stanford University

William K Bowes Jr, Director at XOMA Ltd. Bermuda Berkeley, California

Wm F Buckley, Founder National Review Magazine, Yale Graduate

George H W Bush, Ex C.I.A. head and U.S. past president-spawned G.W. Bush

Brook H Byers, Genomic Health Inc., Venture Capitalist

David M Chamberlain, CEO/Chairman of the Board/Director at Stride Rite Corporation

A W Clausen, Past President Bank of America and WORLD BANK

William K Coblentz, SF Lawyer and part owner of Mc Clatchy Newspapers

Walter L Cronkite, Former anchorman CBS Evening News

Alan M. Dachs, President and CEO, Fremont Group, Venture Capitalists tied to Bechtel

William H Draper, Venture Capitalist-Sutter Hill Ventures Palo Alto

William C Edwards, Hoover Institute Media Fellows Program

MICKEY HART, Grateful Dead Kool-Aid spiker

Harold M Messner Jr, Robert Half International Accounting and Biz Services

John D Ong, Goodrich Corporation

George H Pfau Jr, UBS Financial Services-Paine Webber Yale Graduate

William A Prezant, Wells Fargo Bank

Sigmund Rogich, Rogich Comunications-Ambassador to Iceland Las Vegas Conv & Tourist Bureau

Tony Rosenblatt, President and Gen.Partner of Founders Inv., Ltd. Director of BlackRock Funds;

Donald H Rumsfeld, Former U.S. Secretary of Defense and very scary person

Frank A Sprole, Bristol Myers Corp

Paul H Stephens, RS Investment Management

James W Symington, Attorney, Yale Graduate, 8 years Congress Riggs Nat. Bank

April 16, 2013 Stowaway Camp 2004

Stowaway Camp 2004

Thomas B Hazlehurst MD – Pulmonary physician in Daly City

Brooks Walker Jr- Brooks Walker is past Chairman of San Francisco Real Estate Investors and former Chairman of the Board of USL Capital Corporation. Mr. Walker serves on the Board of Directors of the GAP Co. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

Victor K Atkins – Member Executive Committee of Caltech University, associate of the RAND Corporation

Victor K Atkins Jr – Director Bank of America Foundation

Peter K Barker – Goldman Sachs Advisory Director (1998-2006 } Member of the Board of Ameron International (1999-) Member of the Board of Avery Dennison (2003-) Member of the Board of Fluor (2007-) Member of the Board of GSC Investment Corporation, Member of the Board of Stone Energy Corporation (2000-)

John B Bates Jr – Attorney has devoted the last fourteen years of his distinguished 30-year legal career exclusively to mediation. Successfully handled 3,000 mediations across the U.S. involving business, class actions, construction, employment, environment, healthcare, insurance/reinsurance, intellectual property, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, patent and trademark, personal injury, product liability, securities, and toxic torts.

Peter Beaudoux Breck – Managing Partner Rosewood Venture Capital in San Francisco

Fred L Carroll – ?

Charles Crocker – Chairman of the board of Children’s Hospital in San Francisco, chairman of the Hamlin School’s Board of Trustees, president of the Foundation of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, president of Crocker Capital Corporation, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of BEI Technologies Inc., board member of BEI Medical Systems Company, Inc., board member of Fiduciary Trust International, board member of Pope & Talbot Inc., board member of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated since 2001, director at Franklin Templeton Investments,

Leo A Daly III – Leo A. Daly Co. is an international architecture, engineering, planning, interior design and program management firm based in Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It was founded in 1915 by Leo A. Daly. The company is the number 12 architectural firm in the United States, with more than $106.5 million in annual architectural revenue.

Paul B Fay III – ?

James C Flood – Mr. Flood is a former Executive Vice President of Wells Fargo Bank. He is presently a general partner of Flood Partners, the owners and operators of the historic Flood Building in downtown San Francisco.
John H E Haskell Jr – John H. F. Haskell, Jr., age 76, was for more than the past five years, until his retirement on March 31, 2004, an investment banker and advisor with the investment banking firm of UBS Securities LLC, New York, New York, and its predecessors. From March 31, 2004 until May 31, 2005, he was a non-employee advisor for UBS. Mr. Haskell is co-chair of the board of the French Institute Alliance Francaise. Director of Pall Corp East Hills, New York INDUSTRIAL GOODS / DIVERSIFIED MACHINERY
Bruce Levingston – Famous classical pianist
Paul Albert Miller – Died Sept. 2004, served as director or trustee of Wells Fargo Bank, Newhall Land and Farming and the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.
Charles F Morgan – Morgan Stanley Trust
Paul F Pelosi – Husband of Nancy Pelosi House Speaker. Pelosi’s Husband Is an Extremely Wealthy Real Estate Developer .The Pelosi family has a net worth of over $90 million, mainly from Paul’s investments. Paul Pelosi, Italian/Catholic, was a New York investment banker turned San Francisco real estate developer. He is president of Financial Leasing Services, a venture-capital company in San Francisco.

Joseph W Ralston USAF – Joseph W. Ralston has been a member of The Timken Company Board of Directors since 2003. Ralston is vice chairman of The Cohen Group, an organization that provides clients with comprehensive tools for understanding and shaping their business, political, legal, regulatory and media environments. He has served in this position since 2003. Ralston is a retired general in the United States Air Force. He previously was Supreme Allied Commander in Europe of NATO forces from 2000 to 2003. He serves on the board of directors for Lockheed Martin Corporation and URS Corporation.
David Rockefeller Sr. (born June 12, 1915 is a prominent American banker, statesman, globalist and the current patriarch of the Rockefeller family. He is the youngest and only surviving child and grandchild, respectively, of the prominent John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the billionaire oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil.
David Rockefeller Jr. – (born July 24, 1941 is a philanthropist and an active participant in nonprofit and environmental areas. The eldest son of David Rockefeller, he is a leading fourth-generation member (known as “the Cousins”) of the prominent Rockefeller family, serving on many boards of the family’s institutions.
Robert D Stuart Jr – Robert D. Stuart, Jr., is the former CEO of Quaker Oats and a former U.S. Ambassador to Norway. He is now President of North Star Investments, and a nationally active fundraiser for Republican causes.
Walter H Sullivan III – Walter H. Sullivan, III, is the principal of Realvest, LLC, a real estate and venture capital investment firm based in San Francisco. Walter’s business interests include being the third generation real estate in North America and Europe.
Lawrence R Tollenaere – Ameron Inc., Monterey Park, Calif., which makes construction products, named Lawrence R. Tollenaere chairman and chief executive

Erik Jacobus van Dillen – ?

April 16, 2013 Cave Man Camp 2004

Cave Man Camp 2004

Herbert Hoover III Captain- Grandon of President Herbert Hoover and Chairman of Hoover Institute.

Haig G Mardikian – Owner of Haig G. Mardikian Enterprises, a real estate investment business (1971-present);Mr. Mardikian has served as Managing Director of the United Broadcasting Company, radio broadcasting (1983-2001) and Chairman and Director of SIFE Trust Fund (1978-2002). He serves as a director of the Downtown Association of San Francisco (1982-present) and the Market Street Association (1982-present) and as a trustee of Trinity College (1998-present); the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library (1997-present); the Herbert Hoover Foundation (2002-present) and the Advisor California Civil Liberties Public Education Fund (1997-present).

Martin Carl Anderson – Martin Anderson is the Keith and Jan Hurlbut Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Expertise: National economic policy, national defense, the U.S. presidency, U.S. higher education, campaign financing.
Orley Clark Ashenfelter – is a Frisch Medal winning economist who serves as a professor of economics at Princeton University. His areas of specialization include labor economics, econometrics, and law and economics. He is the director of the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University, and has been director of the Office of Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labor.

J Dennis Bonney was vice chairman of Chevron Corporation from 1987-95, with responsibility for its worldwide oil and gas exploration and production. During his tenure, he supervised the negotiations leading to Chevron’s 1993 signing of a joint venture with Kazakhstan to develop the Tengiz oil field, which created the largest Western business venture in the former Soviet Union. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, he is also a past president of the Commonwealth Club of California.

David Davenport – David Davenport is counselor to the director for external relations and a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. He specializes in international law and treaties, constitutional federalism, and American politics and law. Davenport is the former president of Pepperdine University (1985–2000).

Edwin J Feulner Jr – President, Heritage Foundation. Member, George Mason University Board of Visitors. Trustee, Acton Institute. Trustee, International Republican Institute. former Fellow, Hoover Institution. former Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Maurice R Greenberg – Mr. Greenberg is the Chairman and CEO of C.V. Starr & Co., Inc. and is the retired chairman and CEO of American International Group, Inc. (AIG) He is past chairman, deputy chairman and director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Honorary vice chairman, Council on Foreign Relations.

Thomas H Henricksen – Thomas H. Henriksen is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. His current research focuses on American foreign policy in the post-cold war world, international political affairs, and national defense.
Michael B Howard –

Edwin Meese III – Meese graduated from Yale University, where he was a president of the Yale Political Union. After Reagan’s election, he became Counselor to the President, member of the President’s Cabinet and the National Security Council from 1981 to 1985. Meese became Attorney General in February 1985, holding this office until August, 1988.

David K Newbigging – Chairman, Talbot Holdings Limited UK, EIR’s Dope, Inc. called him “the most powerful man in Hong Kong today.” Member of the Board of Merrill Lynch (1996-2007)

Charles G Palm – Associate Director Hoover Inst. Retired 2001

Stephen J Ryan M.D., is Dean of the Keck School of Medicine and Senior Vice President for Medical Care of the University of Southern California.

Robert J Swain – Director, OYO Geospace Corporation, Swain currently serves as chairman of the Coalition of Professional and Scientific Associations in support of the National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program. He also has served on the boards of directors of several corporations, Board of overseers Hoover Inst.

John E Swearingen – John E. Swearingen, 89, a Chicago banker and oil executive who led Standard Oil Co. of Indiana to become the sixth-largest U.S. company, Died Sept 2007
John Brian Taylor – John B. Taylor is the Bowen H. and Janice Arthur McCoy Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University. Expertise: Monetary, fiscal, and international economics; international finance; public policy.

Dan King Thomasson – He is a trustee of Franklin College, a member of the National Public Affairs Council for Indiana University, a member of the board of advisors of Ohio University School of Journalism at Georgetown University and of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Thomasson also serves as president of the Raymond Clapper Foundation and vice president and trustee of the Scripps Howard Foundation. He is a member of the Gridiron Club (president in 1992) and the National Press Club. His awards include election to the Washington Journalism Hall of Fame.

Morley P Thompson – former president and chief executive of the Baldwin-United Corporation, the financial services conglomerate.

James Q Wilson – born May 27, 1931) in Denver, Colorado is the Ronald Reagan professor of public policy at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy in California, and a professor emeritus at UCLA. From 1961 to 1987 he was a professor of government at Harvard University.

April 15, 2013 Mandalay Camp

Mandalay Camp as of 2004

Capt: Charles B Johnson – Charles Bartlett Johnson, born 1933, is an American businessman. With an estimated current net worth of around $4.3 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the 147th-richest person in the world (2006).

His brother Rupert Johnson, Jr., Johnson serves as chairman of Franklin Resources, a mutual fund company started by Rupert Sr. in 1947

John F Akers – Born: 28-Dec-1934 Retired Chairman of International Business Machines Corporation
Mr. Akers, a private investor, is the retired chairman of the Board of Directors of International Business Machines CorporationIBM CEO (1986-93)
Member of the Board of Lehman Brothers (1996-)
Member of the Board of Hallmark
Member of the Board of WR Grace & Co.
Member of the Board of Pepsi (1991-?)
Member of the Board of IBM (as Chairman, 1986-93)
Member of the Board of The New York Times Company
Bush-Cheney ’04 .Yale University (1956)

Michael H Armacost – is a fellow at Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies. He previously was the president of the Brookings Institution from 1995-2002. In January 1977 Armacost was selected as a member of the National Security Council to handle East Asian and Chinese affairs under the Carter administration until July 1978, when he was replaced by Nicholas Platt. Years later he was appointed as the U.S. Ambassador to Japan from 1989-1993, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from 1984-1989, and Ambassador to the Philippines from 1982-1984. He also served as Acting Secretary of State from January 20-January 25, 1989. He was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun in 2007.
Samuel H Armacost – (born in 1940) has been the chairman of SRI International, formerly Stanford Research Institute, an independent research, technology development and commercialization organization, since 1998. He has also been the lead director of Chevron Corporation since 1982. # Managing director of Merrill Lynch Capital Markets from 1987 until 1990. President, director and chief executive officer of BankAmerica Corporation from 1981 until 1986.

Harris J Ashton- General Host Corp, owns and operates Frank’s Nursery & Crafts, Inc., a chain of specialty retail stores that sell craft and Christmas supplies as well as lawn and garden products. 7200 employees 568 M sales.

H. B. Atwater- Darden Restarants. Former CEO General Mills .Darden Restaurants, Inc. (NYSE: DRI) is a multi-brand restaurant operator. The firm owns several casual dining restaurant chains, most notably Red Lobster and Olive Garden. Darden owns and operates more than 1,700 restaurant locations throughout North America and has more than 157,000 employees.

Robert D Ballard- born June 30, 1942 in Wichita, Kansas) is an oceanographer most noted for his work in underwater archaeology. He is most famous for the discoveries of the wrecks of the RMS Titanic in 1985, the battleship Bismarck in 1989, and the wreck of the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown in 1998. Most recently he discovered the wreck of John F. Kennedy’s PT-109 in 2003 and visited the Solomon Islander natives who saved its crew. Ballard is also great-grandson of American Old West lawman Bat Masterson

Donald R Beall- Retired from Rockwell in 1998 after a 30-year career. He served as President of the company for 10 years and then served as Chairman/CEO for the next 10 years. Mr. Beall serves as a director on the boards of Rockwell Collins, Conexant Systems, Mindspeed Technologies, and CT Realty. He is a former director of Jazz Semiconductors, Skyworks Solutions, Proctor and Gamble, Amoco, Rockwell, and Times Mirror. He is an overseer of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and has received many honors including the Horatio Alger award.

Riley P. Bechtel -(CBE) is the chairman and CEO of the Bechtel Corporation. He is the great-grandson of Warren A. Bechtel, the founder of the company. His father is Stephen Bechtel, Jr., the former chairman and CEO of the company. With a net worth of over $2.5 billion, Riley Bechtel is consistently ranked in the top 200 richest people in the U.S. and the top 500 richest people in the world by Forbes Magazine. Mr. Bechtel is a director of the following companies:
* The International Council of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (since 1995)
* The Fremont Group (owned by the Bechtel corporation)
* Sequoia Ventures, Inc. (limited partner of Bechtel corporation)
He is also a member of the Trilateral Commission.

Stephen D. Bechtel, Jr. – (born 1925) is, with his son Riley, co-owner of the Bechtel Corporation. He is the son of Stephen David Bechtel, Sr. and grandson of Warren A. Bechtel who founded the Bechtel Corporation.

http://www.bechtel.com/BAC-Stephen-D-Bechtel-Jr.html

Charles A. Black (March 6, 1919 – August 4, 2005) was a California businessman known for aquaculture and oceanography, and for his marriage to Shirley Temple Black.
Nicholas Frederick Brady – (born April 11, 1930, in New York City) was United States Secretary of the Treasury under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. He joined Dillon, Read & Co. in New York City in 1954, rising to Chairman of the Board. He has been a Director of the NCR Corporation, the MITRE Corporation, and the H.J. Heinz Company,

James T Curry Jr.- Business and management experience includes a 30-year career with Utah Construction and Mining Co., which later merged into General Electric and was subsequently sold to BHP. Member Board of Directors SRI

Kenneth T. Derr is a member of the board of directors of the Halliburton Company. He is a Retired Chairman of the Board, Chevron Corporation (international oil company). He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, 1989-1999. Derr is also a Chairman of the Board of Calpine Corporation and a director of Citigroup Inc. and Potlatch Corporation. He is also on the Council on Foreign Relations.

William T. Esrey (born 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is an American businessman, best known for his time as Chief Executive of Sprint Corporation.

James H. Evans, former chairman of the Union Pacific Corporation and a director of AT&T

John Flanigan – relative of Peter Flanigan Peter M Flanigan -Assistant to Nixon; Dillon, Read, & Co.; UBS Warburg; SMOM; CFR.

Samuel L. Ginn (born April, 1937), Ginn was elected a director of Chevron Corporation in 1989. He is a private investor and retired chairman of the board of Vodafone AirTouch, PLC. Previously, he was chairman of the board and chief executive officer of AirTouch Communications, Inc., from 1993 to 1999 and chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Pacific Telesis Group from 1988 to 1994. He currently is a director of ICO Global Communications (Holdings) Limited, The Business Council, the Yosemite Fund, Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC and the Hoover Institute Board of Overseers.

Phillip M Hawley – Retired Chairman and CEO of Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc. from 1983 to 1992. Also a director of American Telephone & Telegraph [1981 NCSH corporate villain], Atlantic Richfield Co., BankAmerica Corp., and Weyerhaeuser Co. Hawley was a director of Atlantic Richfield Co. from 1976 to 1997. Hanna Holborn Gray, longtime director of Cummins Engine Company, was a fellow director from 1982 to 1998.

Edgar F. Kaiser, Jr is a Canadian financier and a former owner of the Denver Broncos American football team.[1] He is the grandson of shipbuilding industrialist Henry J. Kaiser.

Henry Alfred Kissinger (born Heinz Alfred Kissinger on May 27, 1923) is a German-born American bureaucrat, diplomat, and 1973 Nobel Peace Prize laureate. He served as National Security Advisor and later concurrently as Secretary of State in the Richard Nixon administration.

Andrew Stephen Bower Knight (born 1 November 1939 in England) is a journalist, editor, and media baron.
Member of the Board of News Corporation (1991- Present) Director of Rothschild family Investment Trust

Andrew Lindsay Lewis, Jr. was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 3, 1931. He is widely known as Drew Lewis.Secretary of Transportation, where he served from 1981 to 1983, a tenure that included the air traffic controllers strike. n October 1986, he became President and Chief Operating Officer of the parent Union Pacific Corporation. Since then he has been on the boards of American Express, Ford Motor Co., and SmithKline Beecham.

Vernon R Loucks Jr – Senior Fellow of the Yale Corporation and is currently a director of Affymetrix, Inc., Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., Edwards Lifesciences Corp., Emerson Electric Co., Pain Therapeutics, Inc. and Segway LLC. Mr. Loucks holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University,

James Patrick Mc Gillen-
Ruben F. Mettler, a former chief executive of the aerospace company TRW and a leader in the development of America’s ballistic missile program, died at his home in Los Angeles on May 23. He was 82.

Edwin H. Morgens has been a Director of TransMontaigne Inc. since June 1996.
Mr. Morgens has been Chairman of Morgens, Waterfall, Vintiadis & Company, Inc.,
an investment management firm, since 1970. In addition, Mr. Morgens serves as a
Director of Programmer’s Paradise, Inc. Trustee American Museum of Natural History

Richard M Morrow- San Diego Gas and Electric Company
David Campbell Mulford (born June 1937) is the current United States Ambassador to India. He took office on January 23, 2004. From 1974 to 1984, Ambassador Mulford was also Managing Director and head of International Finance at White, Weld & Co., Inc., and a senior investment advisor to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.
David J. O’Reilly (born January 1947 in Dublin, Ireland) is the chairman and CEO of Chevron Corporation

Colin Luther Powell, KCB (Honorary), MSC (April 5, 1937) is an American statesman and retired General in the United States Army. He was the 65th United States Secretary of State (2001-2005), serving under President George W. Bush. He was the first African American appointed to that position.[1][2][3][4] As a General in the United States Army, Powell also served as National Security Advisor (1987–1989) and as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989–1993), holding the latter position during the Gulf War. He was the first and so far only African American to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Carl E Reichardt Born: c. 1934
CEO of Wells Fargo Bank, 1983-94
University: BA Economics, University of Southern California (1956)
Administrator: Trustee, University of San Francisco (1982-86)
Administrator: Trustee, University of Southern California
Ford Motors Vice Chairman (2001-03)
Wells Fargo Bank CEO (1983-94)
Wells Fargo Bank President (1978-83)
Wells Fargo Bank COO (1981-83)
Wells Fargo Bank (1970-81)
Member of the Board of ConAgra (1993-)
Member of the Board of Ford Motors (1986-2006)
Member of the Board of HCA (1994-2003)
Member of the Board of HSBC Holdings plc
Member of the Board of McKesson (1996-2003)
Member of the Board of Newhall Management Corporation
Member of the Board of PG&E (1985-2002-)
Member of the Board of Wells Fargo Bank (as Chairman, 1983-94)
Bohemian Grove
Bush-Cheney 2000
George W. Bush for President
Risk Management Association Board of Directors http://www.nndb.com/people/139/000128752/

Steven B Sample- President University Southern California

George Pratt Shultz (born December 13, 1920) served as the United States Secretary of Labor from 1969 to 1970, as the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1972 to 1974, and as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1982 to 1989. Originally an economist, he has also served as a university professor and a business executive.

Paul M Wythes-Sutter Hill Ventures Founding Partner

April 8, 2013 Isle of Aves Camp

Isle of Aves 2004

Carl J Stoney Jr – Law firm of Reed Smith. Carl regularly serves as lead counsel for clients of all sizes in merger, acquisition, and divestiture transactions, and he has also served as lead counsel for developers in project finance transactions. In addition, Carl represents corporations, limited partnerships,

Brent M Abel – Law firm Bingham Mc Cutchen Corporate Lawyer

Jesse Herbert Choper – Earl Warren Professor of Public Law UC Berkeley. . In 1998 he received the UC Berkeley Distinguished Teaching Award and the Rutter Award for Teaching Distinction at Boalt Hall in 2006. The Boalt Hall Alumni Association presented Choper with the Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005.

Marc P Cruciger MD – San Francisco Opthamologist

Curtis Brooks Cutter -Kershaw Cutter Ratinoff & York LLP Sacramento law firm

Robert J Gilbert MD – San Francisco orthopedic surgeon

Robert Douglas Haas – Chairman of Levi Strauss & Co., son of Walter Haas Jr., and the great-great-grandnephew of the company’s founder, Levi Strauss.He is a member of the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, is an Honorary Trustee of the Brookings Institution, and is the president of the Levi Strauss Foundation.

Waring Jones – Jones, playwright, theatrical producer, journalist and book collector, died Jan. 10, 2008 in St. Paul. He was 80

Stephen S Mayne – Steefel, Levitt & Weiss Attorneys

John E McCosker – Director, Steinhart Aquarium (1973-1995). Interim Executive Director, California Academy of Sciences (1989-1990, 1994-1995). McCosker Chair of Aquatic Biology, California Academy of Sciences (1995-present).

Richard H Peterson – Director Northwest Bancorporation

Vincent H Resh – Professor and Entomologist U C Berkeley

Mario Rosati – is a partner at Wilson, Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Mario also serves as a director at Sanmina-SCI Corporation, Aehr Test Systems, Symyx Technologies, and Vivus – all publicly held companies. In addition, Mario is an Adjunct Professor at the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley.

Peter E Sibley – Mr. Sibley, a partner specializing in the areas of real estate and construction litigation, joined Cooper, White & Cooper in January 1987

Wallis S Slusser – Law professor U C Berkeley associate Editor California Law Review

Curtis C Sproul – Real estate attorney Roseville Calif.

Robert Gordon Sproul III – Scripps Institute of Oceanography

Charles H Townes – Dr. Charles H. Townes, who received the Nobel Prize in 1964 for his role in the invention of the maser and the laser, is presently a Professor in the Graduate School at the University of California, Berkeley,

Jeffrey Earl Warren – Grandson of former Governor and Chief Justice Earl Warren.. Is a realtor in St Helene Calif. specializing in the sale of vineyards, wineries, ranches and estates

March 29, 2013 Bella Union Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 28

 

Edward C. Friedrichs III – 1968 graduate of the Master of Architecture programat University of Pennsylvania. A San Francisco resident, Ed is President of Gensler Architecture, Design & Planning Worldwide, which was named the AIA Firm of the Year 2000. In the community, he serves on the Large Firm Roundtables for both the AIA and the International Interior Design Association, and on the board of the Los Angeles chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association. Most recently, Ed accepted the invitation to participate on the Advisory Council of the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley.

W. Patrick Macdowell – President of McDowell Properties. He has been in the real estate investment business for 40 years. Mr. McDowell was a founder and partner of The Fox Group and its successor company Metric Partners, a joint venture with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, from 1971 until 1993. Fox/Metric invested in and managed over $4 billion in real estate assets, comprising in excess of 400 individual properties located in more than 30 states. Asset classes included apartment complexes, industrial parks, office buildings, shopping centers and hotels. During Mr. McDowell’s tenure, Fox had over 1,000 employees in 14 offices. Fox raised over $1.5 billion in equity capital through public securities offerings underwritten by Wall Street firms; and raised and managed over $1 billion in capital for more than 30 public pension plans, including CalPERS and CalSTRS. Mr. McDowell’s public pension fund investment activities solely involved rental multi-family investments. From 1975 until 1986, Mr. McDowell was Executive Vice President of Fox in charge of all acquisition, disposition and financing activities, and from 1986 until 1993, he was Chief Executive Officer. In addition, through McDowell Properties, Mr. McDowell has acquired $800MM of apartment properties since November of 2005 and invested selectively in real estate partnership interests and tender offers on public real estate securities.<br/><br/>Mr. McDowell has served on the Advisory Committee on Troubled Projects for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and as Vice Chairman of the National Multi Housing Council. He is on the Advisory Board of the Fisher Center for Real Estate at the University of California, Berkeley, a member of the Urban Land Institute, Lambda Alpha International, National Multi-Housing Council and an Advisory Board member of The Marcus and Millichap Company.<br/><br/>Mr. McDowell has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA in Real Estate from the Graduate School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Source.

R. Duncan Beardsley – Marketing Consultant and Director of Generosity in Action

Duncan has spent over thirty-five years in travel industry sales, marketing and senior management capacities. His first ten years were with Young and Rubicam, Inc. Advertising during which time he handled the advertising for P&O Lines. He joined that company which soon acquired Princess Cruises which was a prime player in the growing cruise industry.

In the mid-seventies he one of the first employees at Royal Cruise Line which initiated the marriage of a 747 and a the 450 passenger Golden Odyssey. During fifteen years at Royal Cruise line he served as Marketing Director and later Executive Vice President. In 1990 he served as President of Seabourn Cruise Line, one of the industry’s highest rated products.

For thirteen years Duncan has been involved with educational travel serving as Director of the Travel/Study program for the Stanford Alumni Association for ten years and recently managing Generosity in Action, a foundation structured to support travelers’ philanthropy. The Stanford Alumni program, the largest and most highly respected educational travel program in the world, offers over 70 programs per year generating over $22 million sales. The success coming from involving knowledgeable faculty with specially designed itineraries.

Generosity in Action was created out of the enthusiasm of travelers to “give back” to villages and people in countries they visit and the need for a structure to allow donations to be tax deductible. Since his retirement from Stanford, Duncan has expanded Generosity in Action for other travel marketers, serves on the Board of Philanthropic Ventures Foundation and assists travel operators in marketing their products. Source.

William H. Davidow – A Silicon Valley engineer, marketing executive, author and venture capitalist. Davidow served as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Intel Corporation in the 1980s, and was part of an early group of Silicon Valley venture capitalists. While at Intel he became senior vice president of marketing and sales, and conceived “Operation Crush,” which established the 8086 architecture as the industry standard. Prior to Intel Corp., Bill worked in various managerial positions at Hewlett Packard and General Electric. His firm, Mohr Davidow Ventures, where he is Partner Emeritus, invests in information technology, life sciences and Cleantech seed and early stage startups. MDV consists of General Partners, Venture Partners, Investment Professionals, a venture development team, and Davidow’s co conspirator Partner Emeritus Nancy Schoendorf. Davidow lives in Woodside, California. Bill earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Dartmouth College, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from both Dartmouth College and the California Institute of Technology, and a doctorate in electrical engineering from Stanford University. His community involvement extends to serving on the boards of California Institute of Technology, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. He also sits on the Foundation Board of UCSF Medical Center.

M. Vance Dawkins Jr. – Deceased September 13, 2011. Captain M. Vance Dawkins, Jr.,91, of Dunwoody, GA was born in Wadesboro, North Carolina on April 15, 1920. He graduated from Wake Forest University, earned a Masters degree from George Washington University, attended the General Line School in Monterey, CA, the Naval War College in Newport, RI, and the Industrial College of the Armed forces in Washington D.C. He was designated a Naval Aviator upon completion of flight training in 1942 and attached to Patrol Squadron Eighty-Three during WWII. During this tour he was credited with sinking two German submarines. Captain Dawkins was assigned to the USS Randolph were he served as Air Operation Officer, Operations Officer and Air Officer. In 1961 he reported aboard the attack carrier Saratoga (CVA-60) as Executive Officer. Following this assignment he served two years as Chief of the Operations Division, Defense Atomic Support Agency. He has also served on the Staffs of the Commander in Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, the of Chief of Naval Operations, and the Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe. In 1965 Captain Dawkins assumed the tri-command as Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Commander Fleet Air Bermuda, and Commander Bermuda Anti-Submarine Warfare Sector. Two years later he assumed command of Naval Air Station Alameda, where he was personally commended by Vice President Humphrey for organizing the “most outstanding Youth Opportunity Program of its kind in the Federal Government”. His last assignment was as Commander Fleet Air Alameda. He retired in 1972 and joined Unitron International, based in Atlanta, as vice president. He was a long-time member of the Bohemian Club of San Francisco. His awards include: The Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal and The Brazilian Order of the Southern Cross. Source.

James DeSorrento – A Director of eSoft since November, 2000.He currently serves as the chairman of the board and CEO of Triax Telecommunications Company, LLC and has built the company to over 540,000 subscribers, won 48 new franchises and completed 60 acquisitions. With over 30 years experience in the cable television industry, he has served as chairman of the Cable Telecommunications Association (CATA) Board of Directors and as a member of the Cable TV Pioneers, the Entrepreneurs Group and the Coalition of Mid-Sized Cable Operators, which is actively involved in lobbying Congress and the FCC on regulatory issues.Prior to founding Triax, DeSorrento held senior management positions at U.S. Cable Corporation, Daniels & Associates, U.S. Computer Systems (CableData) and Viacom International Inc. Source.

Robert A. Freeman– Managing Partner, Robeco-Sage Capital Management, LLC Former Partner and Chief Financial Officer, Goldman Sachs & Co. Robert A. Friedman is a retired partner of The Goldman Sachs Group, L.P. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1968 and was a general partner and member of the Management Committee of the firm. He served as the CFO of the firm and as partner-in-charge of the Goldman Sachs Assest Management Group. After retiring from Goldman Sachs, he was a founding principal of Sage Capital Management Corp., an investment management firm that provides investment management services to high net worth individuals and institutions. He is also a founding principal of Harmony Capital Management. He is a CPA. Mr. Friedman has served as a member of the Board and member of the Investment Committee of Colby College; a Trustee of the Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America; a member of the Board of Directors of the Physicians Hospital Organization, an advisor to the Finance and Investment Committees and Co-Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Hospital for Special Surgery; a member of the Tufts University Medical School Board of OVerseers; and an advisor to Asset Management Advisors. He served for many years as a trustee of the Baruch College Fund where he remains an Honorary Trustee. Mr. Friedman is also the found of the “Myself Third” Scholarship Fund in honor of rescue workers of 9-11, which has provided scholarships to worthy recipients annually since 2002. He graduated in 1962 from CCNY with a degree in Electrical Enginerring and in 1967 with an MBA from Baruch College. He also has an MA in American Studies from Columbia University in 2000. Source.

Jay H. Friedrichs – General Partner of Cypress Growth Fund in Menlo Park. He has been involved in financing and building small enterprises for more than thirty years. Village Enterprise provided Jay with an opportunity to rekindle his international interests and apply his financial experience to encourage entrepreneurship globally. Jay received his undergraduate degree as well as his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Source.

Roger Glenn – Recognized as one of the master flute and vibraphone players of the world. Source.

James P. Giovannoni – Professor Adjunct at Cornell University; Concentration on Plant Molecular Biology and Genomics.

Roger Glenn – Listed twice on the copy of the original 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. Unsure if this is typo or intentional.

John Gullet M.D. – Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine.

Conrad Janis – Jazz Musician, Trombonist.

William H. Lathrop – Deceased December 5th, 2010. Naval Veteran and member of the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Thomas J. MacBride Jr. – Lawyer in San Francisco, Ca.

Emmett W. MacCorkle – Director of Emmett W. MacCorkle, Inc., Insurance Services.
As a result of their efforts since 1968, the MacCorkles have sustained and enhanced the Cornell Alumni Association of Northern California and created a strong, meaningful network of Cornellians in California, including the highly successful Cornell Silicon Valley Initiative. Scores of Cornellians have benefited from their mentoring, and they have encouraged and advised students and young alumni seeking Cornell degrees and career opportunities in the Bay Area. Emmett (Mac) MacCorkle currently is serving his fifth term as a member of the Cornell University Council. He has held numerous leadership positions in the Cornell Alumni Association of Northern California and, together with his wife, has co-chaired the Major Gifts Committee for the 20th, 25th and 30th reunion campaigns for the Class of ’64. Carol MacCorkle was a founding member of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and served as its chair from 1993 to 1995. She served on the Cornell Board of Trustees from 1995 to 2003 and was chair of the Trustee Subcommittee on Alumni Affairs and vice chair of the Trustee Committee on Alumni Affairs and Development. She presently is An emerita trustee and a presidential councillor.
Source.

James A. MacGeorge – President of Bbe Services. Unconfirmed.

Brooks T. Mancini – Officer for three companies, B. T. Mancini Co., Inc., Brookman Co and Mancini Properties, Inc., floor laying contracting companies and Real Estate Operator/Developer. Located Milpitas, Ca.

Arthur D. Mason – Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, U.C. Berkeley. Extended Professional Biography.

Stephen T. B. Miller – President and CEO of French Camp Vineyard. Santa Barbara, Ca. Source.

Thomas Arthur Nixon – Author and Online Writer with a Master’s in Linguistics at the University of California, Fresno. Unconfirmed.

Terry O’Reilley – Terry O’Reilly founded his own plaintiff trial law firm 22 years ago after practicing with the renowned Bruce Walkup for 17 years. Today, he is one of the most distinguished and successful trial lawyers in the United States, not only in the number and magnitude of cases won, but also in the number of impressive awards his peers have bestowed on him. In 2003, other trial lawyers named him California Trial Lawyer of the Year, the highest honor given in this state. In 1997 he was elected to the Inner Circle of Advocates, the top 100 trial lawyers in the United States. Extended Biography.

Ralph S. Osterling – IRR Founder, Chairman of the Board and Secretary of Integrated Resource Recovery, Inc. Mr. Osterling has been a community leader and environmentalist for over 30 years including as the principal of a leading environmental consulting company serving clients such as: Browning Ferris Industries, David Packard, Pebble Beach Company, Trust for Public Lands, Kiewit Construction, and Robert Trent Jones Golf Design. He holds a BS in Forest Management; Oregon State University; Master’s graduate studies in soils and horticulture at California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, California, is a Registered Professional Forester, Certified Professional Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Specialist and Certified Forest Stewardship Lead Professional. He is an expert witness in land management and tree issues, and is qualified in Federal Court jurisdictions as a fuel management expert.

Kenneth W. Rendell – President of Kenneth W. Rendell, Inc., Kenneth E. Rendell Gallery and the Museum of World War II. Expert in historical letters, manuscripts and documents.

Ronald A. Sfarzo – Arranger, Composer, Keyboardist and retired police officer from Menlo Park, Ca.

James W. Slusser – Unconfirmed.

Robert L. Spence – Unconfirmed.

Edward D. Thirkell – Selected to Northern California Super Lawyers. San Mateo, Ca.

 

March 29, 2013 Better ‘Ole Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 9

 

David A. Poe – Since April 2008, Mr. Poe has served as Senior Director of Edgar, Dunn & Company, an independent global financial services and payments consultancy. From March 1998 to May 2008, Mr. Poe served as Chief Executive Officer of Edgar, Dunn & Company and as a consultant and director from March 1980 to March 1998. Prior to Edgar, Dunn & Company, Mr. Poe was a CPA with Deliotte, Touche. Mr. Poe currently serves as Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Bank of San Francisco, Chairman of the Board of Geothermal Engineering Ltd., a privately held UK company, and is a member of the board of directors of the University of Idaho Foundation. In addition, he has served on the board of directors of several private technology companies. Source.

Albert H. Konetzni Jr. – Vice Admiral, Retired, U.S. Navy. Former Deputy and Chief of Staff, Former Commander, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Extended Biography.

Robert M. Leitstein – Robert Leitstein has been Chief Executive Officer and President of department stores of Hallmark Cards, Inc. at Kansas City since 1991. Mr. Leitstein worked at some of the top retail stores in the country, including Bloomingdale”s, Neiman Marcus and Gump”s. Mr. Leitstein oversees the two department stores and several of the Hallmark Cards’ specialty stores in Crown Center – Halls Station, Boulevard Blues, the Crayola Store and Hallmark Crown Center. Source.

William Briggs McClatchy – William McClatchy, 50, has been a director of McClatchy since September 2004. Mr. McClatchy is an entrepreneur, journalist and co-founder of Index Investing, LLC. He currently serves as editor of Index Investing’s ETFzone.com, a website supplying content concerning exchange-traded index funds. In 1999, Mr. McClatchy co-founded indexfunds.com, a website for index investing content. From 1987 through 1991, Mr. McClatchy served in a variety of editorial positions for computer magazines, including staff writer at PC Week and MAC Week, and microcomputing editor at Information Week. From 1993 to 1996, Mr. McClatchy worked as a reporter for The Fresno Bee. Source.

Paul Joseph McDonald – Lawyer; San Francisco Law School currently in San Jose, Ca.

Robert C. Poe– Poe started the engineering consulting firm Poe & Associates in McAlester. The company grew to become a nationally recognized designer of such public works projects as water systems, highways, and bridges. Poe has served as the Oklahoma Turnpike Engineer, and following the Interstate 40 bridge collapse in 2002, his firm was selected to lead the repair efforts. Currently 105,000 rural Oklahomans receive their domestic water from systems designed by the firm, which has offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Wichita, and Topeka, Kan. They are the overall consultants on the widening of Skelly bypass currently under construction in Tulsa.

In addition to founding an architectural company with Frank Davies, Poe also took up golf, but not in the traditional sense. His golf course and golf community design company, Pittman-Poe Land Planning Company, did extensive work around the country with such golf greats as Jack Nicklaus. Poe also founded Penterra Company, a residential and commercial property development company focused on the development of Marina Bay that includes a property with 2.5 miles of waterfront on the San Francisco Bay.

In 1989, Poe’s first-hand knowledge of small-business lending made him a natural buyer of Community Bank and Trust in Tulsa, a bank with a history of helping the new and striving small business. Source.

Donald R. Riehl – President, D.R. Riehl, Inc., Pacific Grove Commercial Property Owners Association, Inc. and Pacific Grove Developers.

James A. Steele – Judge for the Superior Court of Los Angeles County in California. He won re-election unopposed in 2010.

Richard M. Woods – Unconfirmed.

March 29, 2013 Bromley Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 1

 

Charles I. Gould Jr.– Current Business Development Manager at The Daily Journal. National Advertising Account Executive at San Francisco Chronicle,Major Accounts Advertising Executive at San Francisco Chronicle,Retail Sales Manager at San Francisco Chronicle, Territory Account Executive at San Francisco Chronicle.

March 29, 2013 Camels Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 14

 

Andrew W. Evans – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; AGL Resources.

Andrew Evans was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of AGL Resources (NYSE:GAS) in September 2005 and promoted to executive vice president, chief financial officer in May 2006. In this capacity, Mr. Evans directs finance, accounting and information technology for all AGL Resources businesses, as well as investor relations and the company’s strategic planning functions. He also has responsibility for various unregulated subsidiaries.

Mr. Evans joined AGL Resources in May 2002 as vice president of finance and treasurer, where he was responsible for the company’s treasury and finance operations including corporate finance, cash management, rating agency relationships, pension management and corporate planning and analysis. He also played a key role in supporting the company’s corporate development and growth initiatives, and assisted in deal evaluation, structuring and financing. Mr. Evans came to AGL Resources from Mirant Corporation (formerly Southern Energy Inc.) where he served in various finance and business development roles over a nine-year period. Prior to Mirant, Mr. Evans was employed by National Economic Research Associates and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Mr. Evans serves as chairman of the board of Zoo Atlanta and on the finance committees of Grady Memorial Hospital, Refugee Family Services and the Georgia Council for Economic Education, where he is also a board member. Mr. Evans is a graduate of Emory University and lives in Atlanta. Source.

Robert Michael Gloger – Robert is an independent investor and advisor involved in markets for stocks, bonds, real estate, and commodities. After graduating from UCLA with an MBA in finance in 1969, he joined Bank of America as a investment advisor and portfolio manager for equity products and remained there until 1976 when he joined Morgan Stanley. In 1991, he ended a 16 year career with Morgan Stanley as a managing director in their capital markets division, where he was responsible for marketing and distribution of fixed income products for the western United States. Source.

Skip Cashin – Founder of Cashin Company (Real Estate); bought out by Coldwell Realtors in 2010. 2009 saw over $1 billion in sales volume for Cashin Company which was sold for an undisclosed financial amount.

Donald George Castle – Former CEO of Chevron Corporation.

Allen B. Cooper– Partner in Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP. and serves as the Head of the Litigation Department. His practice focuses on business and commercial litigation including breach of fiduciary relationships, business torts, securities and trade practices; insurance litigation including bad faith, coverage, professional liability and legal malpractice; and real estate litigation including representing financial institutions, developers, title insurers, mortgage bankers and others in matters involving: land-use, brokerage, commercial landlord-tenant problems, construction and mechanics’ liens, lenders’ liability, lis pendens expungement, real property security instruments, specific performance, PMI and mortgage guaranty insurance and title problems.

Mr. Cooper is admitted to the State Bar of California, all courts of the State of California. the United States District Court, Central, Northern and Eastern Districts of California. the United States Court of Appeals, Ninth and Fifth Circuits, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Cooper received his J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1974. During law school, he served as Associate Editor of the UCLA Law Review, 1972-1973, and was selected to Order of the Coif. He attended the University of California at Los Angeles earning an A.B., magna cum laude, in 1971, and was Phi Beta Kappa.

Mr. Cooper is author of Beware: Anti-Growthers Snag Building Permits First, California Builder, 1987; Lis Pendens Expungement Practice: Still Not Much Relief for the Property Owner, Beverly Hills Bar Journal, 1980; and The Prosecutor’s Role in California Sentencing: Advocate or Informant?, UCLA Law Review, 1973. Mr. Cooper served as a consultant for the California Continuing Education of the Bar in 1992 on their publication Handling a Real Property Foreclosure. He is a contributing author of Use and Abuse of Interrogatories, California Continuing Education of the Bar, 1983, 1986. He is a former clinical lecturer in law at the University of Southern California, 1980-1981.

His published State opinions include: Western Security Bank v. Superior Court (1997) 15 Cal. 4th 232, 62 Cal. Rptr. 243; Siegel v Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. (1996) 46 Cal. App. 4th 1181, 54 Cal. Rptr. 2d 84; Lambert v. Commonwealth Land Title Ins. Co. (1991) 53 Cal. 3d 1072, 282 Cal. Rptr. 445; Isaac v. A&B Loan Company, Inc. (1988) 201 Cal. App.3d 307, 247 Cal. Rptr. 104; and Elysian Heights Residents Association, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles (1986) 182 Cal. App.3d 21, 227 Cal. Rptr. 226. Federal opinions include: Han v. U.S. (9th Cir. 1991) 944 F.2d 526; Wright v. Schock (N.D. Cal. 1983) 571 F.Supp. 642; and Worldwide Church of God, Inc. v. State of California (9th Cir. 1980) 623 F.23 613.

Mr. Cooper is a member of the Beverly Hills and American Bar Associations, Sections on Litigation and Antitrust Law; and the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. He served as Planning Commissioner for the City of Calabasas from 1992-94; and is Past President, Calabasas Park Homeowners Association.
Source.

Eric C. Cowing – Officer of Entrepreneur Partners VIII, hedge funds. Additional.

Frank Perry Greene – Representative at Bci Capital Management. Bci Capital Management primarily manages accounts for high net worth individuals and pension and profit sharing plans and has more than $68M in assets under management. This advisor is registered with the SEC. This advisor’s firm is state-registered. Source.

William S. Hazlett – Palo Alto, Ca.

Thomas Francis Kranz – Immigration Lawyer; Beverly Hills, Ca.

Hal A. Kroeger – Hal is the founding partner and Chairman of TowerHill Wealth Management. The Company was founded initially to assist him in managing the proceeds of the sale of Distribix, one of the country’s largest paper distributors, to what is now Unisource. Hal responded to the requests of other families to assist in allocating and investing assets through the use of multi-manager investment vehicles. Hal’s community activates currently include the chairmanship of the International Center for Tropical Ecology; he is also a board trustee for the Missouri Botanical Garden and the St. Louis Zoo. He is past chairman of the St. Louis Zoo Museum District, a body covering five major cultural institutions. He has also served as a trustee of several educational institutions. Hal received his B.A. from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School. Source.

Malcolm McNaughton Jr. – Vice President, Board of Directors for Sequoia Healthcare District.
Managing Director, Capital Private Wealth Management Company. Father’s Bio.

Kenneth C. Schley – Vice President of Investments for UBS Financial Services Inc. Ken Schley graduated from Stanford University in 1965 with a degree in history. He held several positions in the financial services sector and professional motor sports before joining Kidder, Peabody in 1977. Over the years, Ken has built a large network of both users and providers of advanced financial services, including areas such as corporate incentive stock options and block trading. He has been a student of capital markets for most of his life and understands how they function in the real world. Source.

John N. Staples – Mr. John N. Staples III is employed at Whittier Trust Company in the position of Head of the San Francisco Advisory Services Department. Mr. Staples is responsible for providing advisory services to individuals, their families, and Trusts for the firm’s San Francisco office. Source.

G. Mitchell Wilk– Mitch Wilk is former commissioner and president of the California Public Utilities Commission, a position he assumed following his service as legislative secretary and then deputy chief of staff to former Governor George Deukmejian. Mr. Wilk subsequently formed Wilk & Associates, Inc., a consultancy specializing in strategic advice to chief executive officers and other senior executives of regulated industries with a focus on independent, sounding-board guidance regarding industry and regulatory change and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, legislation, and media relations. The nationwide clients of Wilk & Associates included major telecommunications and energy utilities, government agencies, and prominent law firms. Mr. Wilk is a military veteran and earned B.S. and MBA degrees in finance from American University in Washington, D.C., where he has also worked as a member of the Congressional staff. Mr. Wilk is a frequent commentator and speaker on regulatory and public affairs issues. Source.

 

 

March 29, 2013 Care Less Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 10

 

Charles A. Black Jr. – Former chief lobbyist for BKSH & Associates, a lobbying firm associated with Burson-Marsteller. Black also worked for Ronald Reagan’s two Presidential campaigns in 1976 and 1980 and he was a senior political adviser to the 1992 re-election campaign of George H.W. Bush. He served as chief campaign adviser for Senator John McCain in the 2008 Presidential election. Black was a founding partner in lobbying powerhouse Black, Manafort, Stone and Kelly, and its successor BKSH & Associates. During his time there, Black and his partners the firm did work acted as registered foreign agents for a number of controversial regimes and oppositional figures, including Jonas Savimbi, the Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire, Nigerian General Ibrahim Babangida, Somali President Mohamed Siad Barre, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the countries of Kenya and Equatorial Guinea, among others.

Gary H. Bechtel – Chief Lending Officer, Business Partners, LLC Financial Services industry, January 2011 – Present (1 year 6 months). Senior Vice President – Capital Markets
Grubb & Ellis Company, Public Company; 5001-10,000 employees; GBE; Commercial Real Estate industry, October 2009 – March 2011 (1 year 6 months). Owner Bechtel Realty Group, LLC, June 2008 – October 2009 (1 year 5 months). Managing Director Hometown Commercial Capital Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Financial Services industry, June 2007 – June 2008 (1 year 1 month). Managing Director Meridian Capital Group Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Real Estate industry, January 2006 – February 2007 (1 year 2 months). Managing Director Johnson Capital, Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Real Estate industry, January 2001 – January 2006 (5 years 1 month). Managing Director FINOVA Capital Corporation Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; Financial Services industry, January 1997 – June 2000 (3 years 6 months). Managing Director FINOVA Realty Capital Public Company; 1001-5000 employees;Financial Services industry, January 1997 – June 2000 (3 years 6 months). Vice President Johnson Capital Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Real Estate industry January 1994 – January 1997 (3 years 1 month). Vice President Pacific Southwest Realty Services, Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Real Estate industry, January 1990 – January 1994 (4 years 1 month).Vice President, Alison Company 1986 – 1989 (3 years). Source.

John Philip Coghlan– Board Member at Whittier Trust Company, Partner at Seraph Group, Board Chair at KIPP Bay Area Schools, Board member at Life360, Board member at Glide Foundation. Former President and CEO of Visa USA. Former Vice Chairman of the Charles Schwab Corporation. Seeking Fortune 1500 public or private company Board role in consumer products, business products, financial services. Seasoned general manager with extensive experience in building profitable businesses serving retail clients or businesses–through accelerating growth, in turnaround situations involving restructuring or repositioning, and via acquisitions and their integration. Willing to travel or relocate. Substantial background in many areas of financial services, including: brokerage, wealth management, retirement services, corporate trust, and payments, including credit and debit cards, payment processing. Interest in health care, specifically electronic health records, real-time claims adjudication, and facilitating payments. Skilled in coaching and developing talent. Source.

David E. Cunningham– David E. Cunningham is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego and is an affiliate of the Centre for the Study of Civil War at the Peace Research Institute Oslo. His research focuses on civil war, conflict bargaining, and international security. He is the author of Barriers to Peace in Civil Wars, which was published by Cambridge University Press, as well as articles in the American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, and Journal of Peace Research. Source. There is a profile listing a man of the same name/initial as a physicist at the Gettysburg Cancer Center but located in Maryland. Mostly confirmed.

Alan D. Harley – Dr. Alan D Harley, MD is a male with 40 years of medical experience and practices in Ophthalmology. Oakland, Ca.

Stephen C. Kimball – Stephen C. Kimball is a founding partner in Sessions & Kimball LLP. He has been with Sessions & Kimball LLP since 1996 and has been an attorney for over 20 years. His emphasis is in litigation and has been a successful lead trial attorney in numerous jury and court trials and arbitrations throughout Southern California. He has handled cases valued in excess of $500 million. Source.

Stephen Michael Kuhn– Vice President, Operations, Balfour Sevan (multi site program management company). Stephan M. Kuhn, CPA: He is a native San Diegan graduating with honors from the University of San Diego in 1979. He worked for a regional accounting firm in San Diego before starting his own firm in 1984. He expanded this Mission Valley firm to the 15th largest in San Diego County. Mr. Kuhn has over 30 years of public accounting experience specializing in taxation. He is the firm’s managing partner and is also in charge of the firm’s business consulting services. Mr. Kuhn is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Source. Source 2.

Louis C. Lenzen – An attorney specializing in the mediation and arbitration of international commercial disputes. Member on the Council of Foreign Relations. Member of the 1746 Society. Source. Source 2.

Rick Pedley – President at PK Safety Supply. Source.

Warren Van Genderen – Founding principal, has served as president and CEO of a number of private and public companies. These businesses spanned many industries including financial services, land, high technology, entertainment, and communications. Warren was president and a director of I.S.I. Corporation, a financial service company including life reinsurance and mutual fund management, and later served as president and a director of Patten Corporation (NYSE), the largest seller and financier of recreational land in the U.S. Warren is a director of Northwest Life Insurance of Canada, Northwest
Life Insurance of America, Industrial Finishing, L.L.C., Private Asset Management, NCF Communications, Best Western Land, and NCF Financial. Warren has a BS degree in mechanical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Harvard University. Source.

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Interesting notes – Though less than twenty camps have so far been organized on this website, there are still a few interesting patterns beginning to merge. Some may hold true and some may not but I think it is a valid point to start making note of these as we go along.

  • The majority of the humans recorded thus far own are Caifornian. Many degrees from Californian schools, practice in California or are otherwise based in California.
  • The so called “Super Lawyer” award seems prominent for Bohemian Grove lawyers. It would be interesting to see if there was such an award given to non Bohemian Grove award winners.
  • Opthamology is thus far the most represented from the Bohemian Grove Doctors.
  • There is indeed a correlation between foreign relations and Bohemian Grove businesses, as strongly suggested by this camp and likely reinforced with other camps. Charles Black is very involved in foreign affairs and especially Africa while Louis Lenzen is a member of the CFR and was on the taskforce for Promoting U.S. Economic Relations with Africa. So why then is Rick Pedley, the owner of a third generation safety supply company hanging out with the two aforementioned? In addition to what may be multiple reasons, he is getting contracts that may just be through the virtue of Grove Membership, in Africa. It pays to know powerful people and there is certainly circumstantial evidence to support, by association, the idea that their decisions are intended to benefit each other first and foremost.
March 29, 2013 Cave Man Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 21

 

Haig G. Mardikian– Owner of Haig G. Mardikian Enterprises, a real estate investment business (1971-present); a General Partner of M&B Development, a real estate investment business (1983-present); President and Director of Adiuvana-Invest, Inc., a real estate investment business (1989-present); Director of The Walnut Management Company, a privately held family investment management company (2008-present). He is a past President and is a Director of the Foundation of City College of San Francisco (2006-present); President of The William Saroyan Foundation (1992-present), and a Director of the Near East Foundation (2007-present). He also presently serves as Chairman of the Board and Director of the Forward Funds, a mutual fund company.

He has served as the Chairman and Director of SIFE Equities Trust Fund, sold to Wells Fargo Bank in 2002, and Managing Director of the United Broadcasting Company, sold to American Radio Systems in 1996.

In other civic activities, he has served as a trustee of Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, and as Vice Chairman of the Commission on California State Government & Economy and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency Commission. He is a former director and president of the Downtown Association of San Francisco and the Market Street Association, and a Director of the International House at the University of California, Berkeley, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and the San Francisco Visitors & Convention Bureau. Haig also served as past president of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association and Better Business Bureau of San Francisco. He is a former advisor to the California Civil Liberties Public Education Fund and a member of the San Francisco Charter Revision Commission.

He has a BA from Trinity College and an MBA from Harvard University. Source.

Martin Carl Anderson– After serving as director of policy research for the 1968 Presidential campaign of Richard Nixon, Anderson was Special Assistant to the President from 1969 to 1970, and then, from 1970 to 1971, “Special Consultant to the President of the United States for Systems Analysis.” It was through his recommendation that Alan Greenspan began his career in government. He is also widely credited with helping to end military conscription in the United States. He was a senior policy adviser to the Reagan presidential campaigns of 1976 and 1980, and under President Ronald Reagan he served as the chief domestic policy advisor from 1981 to 1982, and then as a member of the President’s Economic Policy Advisory Board from 1982 to 1989. Under President George H.W. Bush, Anderson served as a member of the President’s General Advisory Committee on Arms Control from 1987 to 1993. Anderson was a trustee of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation from 1985–90 and a member of the California Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers from 1993–98. A senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University since 1971, he was named Keith and Jan Hurlbut Senior Fellow there in 1998. Source.

Orley Clark Ashenfelter – Professor of economics at Princeton University and also the director of the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University. His areas of specialization include labor economics, econometrics, and law and economics. Born in San Francisco, Ashenfelter attended Claremont McKenna Men’s College. has been director of the Office of Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labor, a Guggenheim Fellow, and the Benjamin Meeker Visiting Professor at the University of Bristol. He was awarded the Frisch Medal in 1982. He is a recipient of the IZA Prize in Labor Economics, the Mincer Award for Lifetime Achievement of the Society of Labor Economists, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Society of Labor Economics, and a Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Source.

J. Dennis Bonney – Served Chevron Corporation in various capacities from 1960 to 1987, including Vice President with responsibilities for worldwide logistics and trading, international production, corporate planning, European refining and marketing, Indonesian oil exploration and production and diversified investments. Mr.Bonney retired from Chevron Corporation in 1995, where he served as Vice Chairman of the Board from 1987 to 1995 and as Director from 1986 to 1995. From 1987 until his retirement in 1995, Mr. Bonney was responsible for worldwide oil and gas exploration and production. He has been a Director of Alumax Inc. since 1996 and is a Member of Audit and Human Resources and Compensation Committees. Mr. Bonney is a Director of Aeromovel USA, Inc. He served as a Director of United Meridian Corp. since May 1996. Source.

Terry Considine – CEO of AIMCO, an American real estate investment trust that he helped found through various acquisitions and mergers. He attended Harvard University for his undergraduate degree and later returned to Harvard for law school. He is also a former Republican member of the Colorado state Senate, having served from 1987 until 1992. Considine was the primary organizer of Coloradans Back in Charge, a grassroots initiative that led to Colorado being the first state to impose term limits on the governor, state legislature and congressional delegation. He left the state Senate early in 1992 to pursue the open seat in the United States Senate created by the decision of Democrat Tim Wirth to forgo a bid for a second term. Considine was defeated in the 1992 general election by Democrat Ben Nighthorse Campbell. Campbell later became a Republican while still in office and was re-elected as a Republican in 1998. Considine is a son-in-law of former Georgia U.S. Representative Howard “Bo” Callaway (born 1927). He is listed as member of the Leadership Council of the conservative Club for Growth which funds Tea Party and other Republican candidates and provides advertising and policy promotions for Republicans without naming a specific candidate through its 527 operations. Source.

David Davenport – Counselor to the director and a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. He specializes in international law and treaties, constitutional federalism, and American politics and law. Davenport is the former president of Pepperdine University. Davenport cofounded Common Sense California and the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership. He also serves on the board of California Forward, a bipartisan reform group, and was a member of Governor Schwarzenegger’s California Performance Review Commission. Davenport is a member of several corporate and nonprofit boards as well. His work on policy appears in a number of places, including regular radio commentaries on the Salem Radio Network and Townhall.com (where he is a contributing editor), as well as frequent newspaper columns in the San Francisco Chronicle. He has contributed chapters to Hoover books on values in a free society and legal threats to American values. He has also authored articles in Policy Review on “The New Diplomacy” and “The Politics of Literacy.” Davenport is a popular public speaker, currently serving as a world affairs lecturer for Crystal Cruises. Davenport earned a B.A. with distinction in international relations from Stanford University and a J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law, where he was elected to Order of the Coif and earned national and international awards in moot court competitions. Source.

Edwin J. Feulner Jr. – President of the Heritage Foundation, American conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C. Heritage’s stated mission is to “formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense”. The foundation took a leading role in the conservative movement during the presidency of Ronald Reagan, whose policies drew significantly from Heritage’s policy study Mandate for Leadership. Heritage has since continued to have a significant influence in U.S. public policy making, and is considered to be one of the most influential conservative research organizations in the United States. Source. Source 2.

Maurice R. Greenberg – Former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), which was the world’s 18th largest public company and its largest insurance and financial services corporation. He is currently chairman and CEO of C.V. Starr & Co., Inc. (C.V. Starr), a diversified financial services firm that is named for the founder of AIG, Cornelius Vander Starr. He joined C.V. Starr as Vice President in 1960 and was given the additional responsibilities of President of American Home Assurance Company in 1962. He was elected Director of C.V. Starr in 1965, Chairman and Chief Executive officer in 1968 and continues in that role. Greenberg is the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Managing Director of Starr International Company Inc., and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Starr International USA, Inc. (Starr International USA). C.V. Starr and Starr International USA are collectively known as Starr Companies. Source.

Thomas H. Henriksen– Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and the U.S. Joint Special Operations University. Dr. Henriksen specializes in U.S. foreign policy, defense issues, and counter-insurgencies. He has authored or edited fourteen books or lengthy monographs and scores of articles. He is Palgrave’s Series Editor for its new series American Foreign Policy in the 21st century. He also concentrates on armed and covert interventions abroad.

 
Michael B. Howard– Lawyer with degrees for MicroBiology and BioChemistry. Member of Miles and Stockbridge P.C.’s Labor and Employment practice group. Mike regularly litigates federal and state claims of workplace harassment, retaliation, and failure to accommodate disabilities in federal and state court. Mike also litigates and provides advice in the areas of state and federal wage and hour law, FMLA compliance, workplace harassment and violence prevention, independent contractor status including the Maryland Workplace Fraud Act, and reductions in force and the Warn Act. Mike regularly drafts severance agreements and releases, Executive employment agreements, commission agreements, employee handbooks, and vacation and leave policies. Mike’s traditional labor experience includes negotiating collective bargaining agreements, supervising elections, and providing advice regarding campaigning during an election period. Mike has significant experience litigating wage and hour class and collective actions, including claims alleging misclassification of employees as exempt from state and federal minimum wage and overtime laws and allegations of failure to pay travel time and on-call time. Mike regularly works with health care and retail pharmacy clients to assist them with managing their workforce and reducing risk from human variables, such as harassment and discrimination, and from operational challenges, such as wage and hour compliance and workplace safety. He also assists construction clients manage their obligations under the Davis Bacon Act’s prevailing wage and fringe benefit requirements and new state laws targeting certain industries that classify employees as independent contractors. Source.

Robert Langholz – Director and Secretary of Bryan Apparel Corp. (Importer/Manufacturer of Clothing), Vice President of Diamond Leasing (Passenger Car Leasing), Partner at Holarud Building Co. (Commercial Building Operations), Vice President and Director at Laru Property Management (Private Real Estate). Odd and Recent inclusion into this camp. Seems to be mostly based in Tulsa, OK and contributed to the “Romney For President Exploratory Commission back in 2007. Source.

Edwin Meese III – Attorney, law professor, and author who served in official capacities within the Ronald Reagan Gubernatorial Administration (1967–1974), the Reagan Presidential Transition Team (1980), and the Reagan White House (1981–1985), eventually rising to hold the position of the 75th Attorney General of the United States (1985–1988). He currently holds fellowships and chairmanships with several public policy councils and think tanks, including the Constitution Project and The Heritage Foundation. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He currently sits on the National Advisory Board of Center for Urban Renewal and Education. Source.

David K. Newbigging – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Jardine Matheson & Co. from 1975 until his retirement in 1983. Mr. Newbigging served as Senior Managing Director of Jardine, Matheson & Co. Limited, a Hong Kong-based international trading, industrial and financial services group, from 1975 to 1983. Mr. Newbigging has been Chairman of the Board of Talbot Underwriting Ltd., since December 2003. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Faupel Trading Group PLC and Equitas Reinsurance Limited. He served as Chairman of the Board of Thistle Hotels PLC. Mr. Newbigging served as Chairman of the Board of Friends Provident PLC, a United Kingdom-based life assurance and asset management company from 1998 to May 26, 2004. He served as Chairman of the Board of Equitas Holdings Limited, the parent company of a group of reinsurance companies based in the United Kingdom, from 1995 to 1998. Mr. Newbigging was the Chairman of the Board of Rentokil Group PLC, an international support services company based in the United Kingdom, from 1987 to 1994. He is also Chairman of The Council of Trustees of the Mission to Seafarers. He served as the Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Cancer Research UK. He has been Deputy Chairman of Benchmark Group PLC since October 30, 1996. He served as Deputy Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Cancer Research UK. Mr. Newbigging has been a Director of Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. since 1996, which is a General Partner of Merrill Lynch Preferred Capital Trust I, II, III, IV, V and VI and Merrill Lynch Preferred Funding LP I, II, III, IV, V and VI. Mr. Newbigging has been a Director of Paccar Inc., since 1999. He serves as a Director of Ocean Energy, Inc. Mr. Newbigging serves as a Director of Benchmark Group PLC and a Member of the Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee. Mr. Newbigging is a member of the Supervisory Board of DAF Trucks NV of Eindhoven, The Netherlands, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Paccar Inc. Mr. Newbigging served as a Director of United Meridian Corp. since August 1987. Mr. Newbigging served as a Director of Thistle Hotels PLC from March 25, 1999 to May 10, 2003. Mr. Newbigging served as an Independent Director of Friends Provident PLC from April 2001 to May 26, 2004. EIR’s Dope, Inc. called him “the most powerful man in Hong Kong today.” Source.

Charles G. Palm – Former Deputy Director of the Hoover Institution.

Stephen J. Ryan– Ophthalmology. President, Doheny Eye Institute, Grace and Emery Beardsley Chair of Ophthalmology, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Home Secretary, Institute of Medicine Council. Dr. Ryan is Home Secretary of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of The National Academy of Sciences (2005-present). He was previously Chairman of the IOM Membership Committee. He is the Executive Vice President of The National Academies Corporation (TNAC). Dr. Ryan served as Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology of the University of Southern California (USC) from 1974 to 1995. He served as Dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC from 1991 to 2004 and as Senior Vice President of USC from 1993 to 2004. He currently holds the Grace and Emery Beardsley Chair and is the Distinguished Professor of Ophthalmology. From 1982 to 1985, he was a Member of the NIH National Advisory Eye Council (NAEC) and subsequently Chair of the Retina Panel for the NAEC. From 1975 to 1979, Dr. Ryan served as a Member of the Visual Sciences “A” Study Section in the Division of Research Grants at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). An internationally recognized expert in the field of retinal diseases and ocular trauma, Dr. Ryan has provided congressional testimony on numerous occasions for more than 25 years in support of the NIH and the National Eye Institute. Dr. Ryan is a member of numerous ophthalmologic organizations and has served as President of a number of them. As a Board member of the International Council of Ophthalmology, Dr. Ryan has organized and chaired the Scientific Program Committee for the last three World Ophthalmology Congresses. He is President of the International Council of Ophthalmology Foundation. Source.

Kenneth W. Starr – Served as a federal Court of Appeals judge and also at another time as Solicitor General. He received the most publicity for his tenure as Independent Counsel while Bill Clinton was U.S. president. Starr was initially appointed to investigate the suicide death of deputy White House counsel Vince Foster and the Whitewater real estate investments of Bill Clinton. The three-judge panel charged with administering the Independent Counsel Act later expanded the inquiry into numerous areas including an extramarital affair that Bill Clinton had with Monica Lewinsky. After several years of investigation Starr filed the Starr Report which alleged that Bill Clinton had lied about existence of the affair during a sworn deposition. The allegation opened the door for the impeachment of Bill Clinton and the five-year suspension of Clinton’s law license. Starr currently serves as the president of Baylor University in Waco, Texas and is on the board of trustees at the Baylor College of Medicine. Source.

No stranger to conspiracy theorists, Kenneth Starr is a recent addition to this camp and very involved with several Bill Clinton controversy’s. His inclusion within the Grove seems to lend some legitimacy to these claims.

Robert J. Swain – Director, OYO Geospace Corporation, Swain currently serves as chairman of the Coalition of Professional and Scientific Associations in support of the National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program. He also has served on the boards of directors of several corporations, Board of overseers Hoover Inst.

John Brian Taylor – Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University, and the George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Economics at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. In research published in 1979 and 1980 he developed a model of price and wage setting—called the staggered contract model—which served as an underpinning of a new class of empirical models with rational expectations and sticky prices—sometimes called new Keynesian models. In a 1993 paper he proposed the Taylor rule, intended as a recommendation about how nominal interest rates should be determined, which then became a rough summary of how central banks actually do set them. He has been active in public policy, serving as the Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs during the first term of the George W. Bush Administration. His book Global Financial Warriors chronicles this period. He was a member of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors during the George H. W. Bush Administration and Senior Economist at the Council of Economic Advisors during the Ford and Carter Administrations. Source.

Dan King Thomasson – Dan King Thomasson has long been known as “the lean gray wolf” of investigative journalism. He is a trustee of Franklin College, a member of the National Public Affairs Council for Indiana University, a member of the board of advisors of Ohio University School of Journalism at Georgetown University and of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Thomasson also serves as president of the Raymond Clapper Foundation and vice president and trustee of the Scripps Howard Foundation. He is a member of the Gridiron Club (president in 1992) and the National Press Club. His awards include election to the Washington Journalism Hall of Fame.

Morley P. Thompson – Appointed President of Baldwin Piano Company in 1970. Having graduated from the Harvard Business School in 1950, Thompson had started out as a door-to-door piano salesman. His skill at shuffling money among subsidiaries to limit corporate taxes and generate acquisition funds won him a reputation as a financial “wizard.” Thompson would not be satisfied with a mere sideline in finance; he wanted to fashion a major conglomerate out of the nation’s largest keyboard company. Under his guidance, Baldwin acquired literally dozens of financial services firms in the 1970s and early 1980s. At its peak, the company controlled over 200 insurance companies, savings and loan institutions, and investment firms. Some of its larger deals included a 1977 merger with Cincinnati investment company United Corp. to form Baldwin-United Corp. and the October 1981 acquisition of Sperry & Hutchinson, best known for its “S&H Green Stamps.” Baldwin’s most popular financial product was the single-premium deferred annuity (SPDA), a life insurance policy that amassed interest tax-free until withdrawals began. From 1980 to 1983, Baldwin sold 165,000 of these policies, or over $4 billion worth, at interest rates of at least 7.5 percent and up to 14.5 percent. By 1982, keyboard instruments constituted a mere three percent of Baldwin-United’s $3.6 billion revenues. Although Thompson employed a complex array of transactions to maximize income and minimize costs, several factors fouled up his plans. Fundamentally, the company was paying higher interest rates than it was earning on its own investments. Thompson’s fiscal juggling allowed the company to generate tax credits on the losses, but with little profit against which to count those credits, Thompson began to register some tax credits as profits in 1979. In the absence of net income at his own companies, Thompson set out on a quest to acquire companies with positive cash flow. In March 1982, Baldwin acquired Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp. (MGIC), a Wisconsin-based residential mortgage insurer that ranked at the top of its field. Baldwin-United took out nearly $600 million in short-term loans from eight banks to help pay the $1.2 billion price tag. When MGIC’s profits slid more than 20 percent, Thompson started siphoning liquid assets from insurance subsidiaries’ reserve funds to service the debt, a move that drew the attention of insurance regulators in three states. Source.

James Q. Wilson– Deceased March 02, 2012. American academic, political scientist, and an authority on public administration. A Ronald Reagan Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine University and a senior fellow at the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College, he was a co-author of the 1982 article introducing the broken windows theory. He was a Professor of Government at Harvard. Wilson was a former chairman of the White House Task Force on Crime (1966), of the National Advisory Commission on Drug Abuse Prevention (1972–73) and a member of the Attorney General’s Task Force on Violent Crime (1981), the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (1985–90), and the President’s Council on Bioethics. He was a former president of the American Political Science Association. He served on the board of directors for the New England Electric System (now National Grid USA), Protection One, RAND, and State Farm Mutual Insurance. He was the chairman of the Council of Academic Advisors of the American Enterprise Institute. Wilson was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society, and a member of the International Council of the New York-based Human Rights Foundation. Source.

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This is the camp for the Hoover Institute though not all of the members are associated with Hoover. There are, however, some very interesting aspects. This group contains yet another ophthamologist and one wonders why eye doctors are so far the most popular field in medicine for the Grove. Kenneth Starr’s inclusion into the Grove is very interesting as well.

March 29, 2013 Cliff Dweller Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 20

 

Mark W. Cleary – Director for Anne Cleary Kerns, LLC, Director for Celtic Golf Management and President for Clemco Services Corp. Current Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bradford in Yorkshire. He took over in 2007 after the previous chancellor, Chris Taylor, retired after 5 years in the position. Cleary earned his Ph.D. in Geography from Jesus College, Cambridge. In 1980 Cleary took a lecturing post at the University of Exeter. In 1989 he became Senior Lecturer at the University of Brunei Darussalam. After spending 1992 at the University of Waikato, New Zealand, Cleary was appointed Senior Lecturer in Geography at the University of Plymouth in 1994, being promoted to Reader in Human Geography in 1995 and Professor of Human Geography four years later. In 2003 he was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Business at the University of Plymouth and assumed his Deputy Vice-Chancellor role there in 2004. After the Vice Chancellor of Plymouth was killed in a freak weather accident in January 2007, Cleary was appointed Acting Vice Chancellor, a post he held until he became Vice Chancellor at the University of Bradford. As Vice Chancellor of Bradford University, Cleary has announced his intentions to dock the pay of academics who take part in sanctions. Source.

Patrick Louis Nalley – British entrepreneur and specialist consultant, widely acknowledged as the ‘founding father’ of modern sports marketing and a principal pioneer of today’s sports business industry. Founded the West Nally Group as a public relations agency. Source.

Michael P. Bradley – Northern California Super Lawyer since 2004. A founding member of Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney, Michael Bradley serves as the firm’s managing director. Mr. Bradley is an experienced and accomplished trial lawyer. He was President of the San Francisco Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) in 2011. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has tried over 40 cases to jury verdict. Mr. Bradley has been recognized by the California State Bar of Legal Specialization as a certified specialist in legal malpractice law. Mr. Bradley was named one of California’s premier legal malpractice trial lawyers in California Lawyer magazine as well as a Super Lawyer of Northern California. He is regularly called on to represent some of the best lawyers and firms in California. Mr. Bradley is rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, its highest rating. Mr. Bradley recently represented an Academy Award winning sound studio, obtaining an eight figure judgment against its insurer. In addition to a very active trial practice, Mr. Bradley has represented founders in their corporate initial public offering and has provided legal counseling in corporate business matters, including franchising, trademarks, real estate, licensing, employment, and securities. He has represented clients on multimillion dollar business purchases, including golf courses, software ventures, hotels and power plants; and has negotiated and drafted various corporate business contracts, including licensing, employment contracts, and joint venture agreements. Mr. Bradley serves as national trial counsel for a major mass tort defendant. Source.

Richard J. Bradley – Founder of R J Bradley Inc in Westwood, MA is a private company categorized under Industrial Machine Parts. Our records show it was established in 1967 and incorporated in Massachusetts. Dr. Bradley has more than 30 years of experience in regional accreditation. He served as CEO of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is regarded as a national leader in addressing accreditation issues facing today’s colleges and universities. He consults with many institutions of higher education and facilitates self study processes as well as substantive change approvals and requirements through out the United States and overseas. In addition, he has served as Chairman of the National Study of School Evaluation (NSSE) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)-Committee on School/College Relations. He was a member and Chairman of the Council of Regional School Accrediting Commissions (CORSAC) and sits on the U.S. Department of State Schools Advisory Committee. Dr. Bradley is a leader in promoting accreditation for schools and colleges around the world and participated in School Study Missions in Easter/Western Europe, former Soviet Union and China. Dr. Bradley earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University and was a John Hay Fellow at Williams College. Three colleges recognized his accomplishments and presented him with honorary Doctoral degrees. Source.

John Kendrick Callander – Orthopedic Surgeon. John Callander Md Inc in San Francisco, CA is a private company categorized under Doctors, Physicians and Surgeons. Our records show it was established in and incorporated in California. Source.

Paul Jacques Felton – Managing member of Thv Management, L.L.C.., Investment Managment. Trellis Health Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in late stage investments. It prefers to invest in the health care industry with a focus on information systems and services, medical technology, and health services and specialty pharmaceuticals. Trellis Health Ventures was founded in 1998 by Mr. Paul Felton and is based in San Francisco, California. Source.

Gregory Grant Flynn – Founder of Apple American Group LLC, the largest franchisee of Applebee’s Restaurants. Source.

Robert H. Goldsmith– Mr. Goldsmith is a Managing Member of the firm of G&M Realty Ventures, LLC. The firm draws on his forty-plus years of active experience in all aspects of commercial real estate.Mr Goldsmith entered the field in 1967 as a Business Development Representative with Dillingham Corporation of California where he worked on the large North Waterfront Development in San Francisco, currently Levi Plaza. He was hired in 1969 by The Ron Kaufman Companies to work in development and property management. The company specialized in the rehabilitation and conversion of San Francisco historical properties, typically from warehouses to office/computer facilities. In 1971 F.P. Lathrop, founder of F.P. Lathrop Construction Company, hired Mr. Goldsmith to create a real estate entity to acquire and develop a portfolio of properties. Over the ensuing years, the portfolio grew from 180,000 square feet to over 1,250,000 square feet with a value of approximately $130,000,000. In 1976 the partnership of Goldsmith and Lathrop was formed not only to manage the portfolio of Lathrop Properties, but also to acquire and develop other properties, and to provide real estate services to the general market. The overall portfolio grew to approximately 2,000,000 square feet. In 1997 the portfolio was acquired by Speiker Properties and became part of their REIT. At the time, the purchase was the largest single acquisition for Speiker Properties and the largest UPREIT on the West Coast. Since 1997, Mr. Goldsmith has been involved in providing consulting services to both public and private clients, as well as, acquiring and developing additional properties. Recent projects include industrial projects in Hayward and Sacramento and, a 98 unit apartment complex in Richland, Washington. In total, Mr Goldsmith has been involved in the acquisition, development, marketing and management of over 2,000,000 square feet of space. He has negotiated over 2,000 transactions and has been intimately involved in virtually all aspects of commercial real estate. Mr Goldsmith is a graduate of the School of Business Administration at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a licensed real estate broker in the State of California. Source.

Stuart M. Gordon– Stuart M. Gordon founded Gordon & Rees in 1974 with Donald W. Rees. Mr. Gordon has handled numerous matters involving pharmaceutical and medical device cases, business, real estate, general litigation and legal malpractice defense. As one of the principal trial attorneys and negotiators in the firm, he has tried more than 50 jury and non-jury cases to verdict and has mediated and settled several thousand cases. He acted as the managing partner of the firm for 23 years and then as financial partner, guiding it from a small firm of three attorneys to a civil litigation and business transactions firm of nearly 500 lawyers in 26 offices throughout the U.S. Source.

Robert C. Harris Jr. – Member of Capinova’s investment committee. Bob is a Partner and a founding member of Stone Key Partners. Prior to Stone Key, Bob was a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns where he was Vice Chairman, Head of the Technology Group and Co-Head of the Global Technology, Media and Telecom Group. In addition, Bob initiated and helped build Bear Stearns’ technology investment banking efforts in India and China. Prior to joining Bear Stearns in 1998, Bob was the founder of Unterberg Harris, a successful technology focused full service investment bank with advisory services, sales and trading, research and retail capabilities. In addition, Bob co-managed the firm’s highly successful venture capital funds. Previously, Bob was a General Partner, Managing Director and a Member of the Board of Directors of Alex. Brown & Sons, where he also established the firm’s West Coast operations. Bob started his investment banking career at Robertson Colman & Stephens in 1978 after beginning his business career in the finance department at Standard Oil Company of California (Chevron). Bob is well known in the technology sector and has advised many of the industry leaders across all the major areas of technology, including: Microsoft, Oracle, Novell, Fair Isaac, TIBCO in software; EMC, Seagate, Quantum, Conner Peripherals in storage; IBM, HP, Sun Microsystems, Silicon Graphics, Cray in systems; Cisco, JDS Uniphase, Network Equipment Technologies, Newbridge Networks, 3Com, Octel in communications; Intel, Cypress Semi., C-Cube, DSP Communications, Standard Micro, Sigma Designs, Zoran in semiconductors; KLA, ASMI, Matison, Veco in semiconductor equipment; Cadence, Mentor Graphics, Daisy in EDA software; Jabil, Flextronics, Solectron, NamTai Electronics in contract manufacturing; Activision, Electronic Arts, Take-Two Software in entertainment software; Digital River, N2K, TiVo, NBCi, CNET, Engage in the Consumer/Internet; and many others in each sector. Bob has served on numerous public and private Boards of Directors and has also served in the US Army. Source.

L. Scott Hoopes – Broker-Dealer Agent for J.P. Morgan Securities Llc. Source.

Donald R. Krohn – Don has been the managing partner since the 1970 inception of the firm. He has forty years of public accounting experience and has been responsible for audits and reviewed financial statements, and tax requirements of clients in the leasing, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, distribution, and professional service industries. Don has also acted as an expert witness and has presented testimony regarding accounting, security and tax matters before various courts and the Securities and Exchange Commission, and has provided litigation support in cases involving business contracts, determination of losses and marital litigation.
Tax Planning for high net worth individuals and families and their related trusts, corporations, partnerships and LLC’s, Strategic tax and financial planning,Management and financial reporting
Personal financial and estate planning for individuals, Audited and unaudited financial engagements
Representation during tax audits, Professional/Civic Affiliations, Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Member, Taxation Division (Partnerships, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member, California Society of Certified Public Accountants
Member of Boards of Directors and Adviser to food sales and processing, manufacturing , hi-tech marine research, leasing, and real estate and investment companies and formerly a bank director
Former chairman and member, Lafayette Park and Recreation Commission. Source.

John R. Landgraf – Dr. John R. Landgraf is Director of the Samaritan Counseling Center in Palo Alto, California. Formerly President of Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, John is a popular conference and workshop leader. He’s an author, working on his fourth book, and in addition to his degrees in theology and psychology, holds a degree in music and is an accomplished pianist and composer. Source.

Alan C. Mendelsen – Alan Mendelson has been a partner in the Silicon Valley office since May 2000 and is the Co-chair of the firm’s Emerging Companies Practice and Life Sciences Industry Groups. Mr. Mendelson’s practice is primarily targeted toward the representation of emerging and public growth companies, with strong emphasis on companies in the life sciences industry. He has handled and supervised a variety of major business transactions, including venture capital financings, private placements and public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other strategic collaborations and commercial transactions. From 2009 to 2011, Mr. Mendelson served as President of the Cal Alumni Association. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Regents of the University of California, the Board of Trustees of The Scripps Research Institute, the Board of Trustees of the UC Berkeley Foundation and the Board of Advisors for the UC Berkeley Department of Chemistry. From 2005 to 2011, Mr. Mendelson served on the Board of Directors of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and is currently a member of the BayBio Board of Directors. He serves as the corporate secretary for many public and private companies. Previously, Mr. Mendelson served as the President of the National Kidney Foundation of Northern California, Inc. and as a member of the Board of Overseers Visiting Committee of Harvard Law School. He currently serves as a member of the Major Gifts Council for the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health and as a member of the Board of the American Friends of Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel. Since 1993, Mr. Mendelson has been listed in editions of The Best Lawyers in America and IPO Vital Signs. In August 2011, Mr. Mendelson was named by the Daily Journal as one of the top 25 biotech attorneys in California. Mr. Mendelson was also recognized as one of America’s 100 most influential lawyers in the 1994, 1997, 2000 and 2006 editions of the National Law Journal. In addition, he is listed as one of the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business in Chambers Global and Chambers US. In March 2010, Mr. Mendelson was honored at the annual Salute to Excellence dinner sponsored by the American Liver Foundation for those who have made an outstanding contribution to biotechnology and medical innovation. In 2012, the Cal Alumni Association recognized him for his “Excellence in Service” to UC Berkeley. Source.

Kenneth E. Milam – Kenneth E. Milam was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 1969. His experience includes: Lead Counsel for multiple public school districts in Mississippi, during the state’s only teachers strike; Lead Counsel for the American Truckers Association’s constitutional challenge to constitutionality of ERISA restriction for multi-employer pension plans and Lead Counsel in successfully defeating an extension of liability to individual managers and supervisors under Mississippi’s at-will employment law. Kenneth has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for the past 20 years and was awarded the Bronze Star for his service to our country as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army in Vietnam. Source.

Daniel Buntin Murray – Daniel B Murray in Belvedere Tibrn, CA is a private company categorized under Management Services. Established in 2001 and incorporated in California. Source. Source 2.

—–Not much information on this guy and someone else is wondering who he is, finding only what I have been able to find. Interesting Source.

Mark W. Perry – General Partner at New Enterprise Associates (NEA). Mr. Perry joined NEA as a Consultant in October 1995 and became a General Partner in 1996. He focuses on investments in information technology, energy technology, enterprise infrastructure and services, and electronics. From April 1994 to December 1995, Mr. Perry served as the President and Chief Executive Officer and then as the Chairman of Viewstar Corporation. From 1985 to 1994, he was an Executive at Silicon Graphics Inc., the Vice Chairman (1992 to 1994) responsible for worldwide field operations, an Executive Vice President (1988 to 1991) responsible for the product division, and the Vice President of Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer (1985 to 1987). Prior to this, Mr. Perry was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Sonoma Vineyards and a Partner at Arthur Young & Company. He serves as a Director of Nevis Networks Inc. since July 18, 2005. He serves as a Director of Cariocas, Inc., Comstellar Technologies, Inc., CreekPath Systems, Inc., NEA-IndoUS Ventures, LLC, Technical Communities Inc., New Path Ventures LLC, newScale Inc., ReShape Inc., Leapstone Systems, Interlace Systems, BizFinity, TestMart, Inc., Think3, Inc., Glacier Bay Inc., Huddler, ISG Novasoft Technologies Limited, Alien Technology, ISGN Technologies, Skyline Solar, Inc., NewPath Ventures LLC, and ProStor Systems. Mr. Perry is also a Member of the Board at KQED and SmartTurn Inc. His previous Board Memberships include: Exabyte Corporation, Growth Networks, Hyperion Solutions, Silicon Graphics, Inc., iManage, Magma Design Automation, Convene, Siros Technologies, Cendura Corporation, Silicon Spice, Trading Dynamics, WarpSpeed Communications, and Tivo since January 2003. Mr. Perry was a Director of Magma Design Automation, Inc. since January 2003, Arbor Software Corp. since February 1993 and as a Member of its Audit Committee, and 2Bridge’s since January 1997. He is a C.P.A. in California. Mr. Perry received an M.B.A., with distinction, from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, cum laude, from Amherst College. Source.

Norman A. Spencer M.D. – Ophthalmologist in Maryland. Graduated from Columbia University College Of Physicians And Surgeons.

Jeffrey D. Stein – Unconfirmed.

Liam Tiernan– Began his music career in his native Belfast and formed the legendary group Barleycorn. Their first recording, “The Men Behind the Wire”, landed in the number one slot on the Irish music charts and remained there, staying in the top ten for eighteen months and selling in excess of 3 million copies worldwide. Barleycorn toured Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the United States, performing in major concert halls, clubs and theaters. In 1981 Liam embarked on a solo career, and the last three decades have found him crisscrossing the United States and Canada playing clubs and festivals. His two solo albums, “One for the Ditch” and “Liam Tiernan”, are both highly acclaimed. When not delighting audiences on the road, Liam is kept busy as a proprietor of one of Boston’s finest restaurant-pubs, Tiernan’s, where he is known to sing from time to time. Irish Republican. Source.

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This is a weird group but only because a pattern seems elusive. The Captain (always the first member listed) is from England and the members do seem to have some ties to Europe, ending with an Irishman who now resides in Massachusetts. There is also a theologian, John Landgraf, which would seem contradictory. I have also noticed that some people seem to be elusive and only have links from corporate wiki and/or manta come u p. I think that there is a reason for that though what it is, I don’t know. Mendelsen is a lawyer who represents biotechnology, among other things, but I think the biotechnology is key here especially since this camp contains another Ophthamologist. Further comments and research will occur but please excuse the current brevity as a goal is to get all of the camps accounted for.

 

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March 29, 2013 Cool-Nazdar Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 23

 

Stephen B. McAuliffe – founded Trimacs Landscape Maintenance over 35 years ago with the help of his two brothers. On a daily basis, Stephen is very involved in the operation of the business including everything from bidding and hiring, to ordering and accounting. Source. Unconfirmed.

John L. Sullivan Jr. – Super lawyer, North Carolina. Unconfirmed.

John E. Bade Jr. – Senior Vice President of Insurance Subsidiaries for Ohio Casualty Corporation.

Gerald F. Brush Jr.– Investment Advisor, Representative Broker for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.

John W. Chamberlain – Financial Advisor and Planner; CFP for Deutcshe Bank in Costa Mesa, Ca.

Christopher Covington – Founder of Covington Associates. Before founding Covington Associates, Chris was a co-founder and managing partner of Volpe & Covington, a full service technology- and healthcare-focused investment banking firm based in San Francisco. More biotechnology investments. Source.

Doug Drewes – Loan Sales Agent for Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Company. Source.

Robert C. Drewes – Curator of Herpetology for the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, Ca.

Daniel James Duckhorn – B.S., MBA Finance, U.C. Berkeley; Chairman and founder, Duckhorn Wine Co. Source.

George G. Hall – applied mathematician and scientist of distinction, known for original work and contributions to the field of Quantum chemistry. Source. Unconfirmed.

Oliver D. Hamlin III – Oliver D Hamlin Co & Associates, Lafayette, Ca. Source. Source for Oliver D. Hamlin. Source for Oliver D. Hamlin Jr.

John E. Hanson – Principal of Hanson Management Consulting, Hmc Analytical Instrumentation.

Michael H. Machette – Isurance for Crist Elliott Machette Insurance Services in Oakland, Ca.

T.J. McDonald– President and Secretary at T.J. McDonald, Inc. Unconfirmed.

Stephen R. Miller – CCO of BG Medicine, Inc. Unconfirmed.

Frederic C. Nelson – Partner at Nixon Peabody in San Francisco, Ca. Source.

James R. (Reg) Reilly – James R. Reilly is a litigation partner at Gordon & Rees. Source.

Peter Hamlin Rowe M.D. – Nephrology, Board Certified, Graduated 1967, Wake Forest University School Of Medicine, Medical Center Boulevard. Walnut Creek, Ca. Source.

Bernard H. Schulte Jr. – Senior Partner with Lombardy Advisors LLC, a corporate consulting firm he started in 2007. Unconfirmed.

John H. Sears – John H. Sears is a special counsel in the Corporate Practice Group where he specializes in Real Estate and Banking and Finance in the firm’s San Francisco and Palo Alto offices. Source.

Dennis E. Singleton – Chairman of Digital Realty Data Center Solutions. Source.

Robert M. Taylor – Founder and President of the Robert M. Taylor Corporation, DBA The REMM Group, an Accredited Real Estate Management Organization, AMO, as designated by the Institute of Real Estate Management. Source.

David R. Tripaldi – Co-Founder of Tilden Properties. Primary responsibilities include acquisitions, due diligence and new business development. David is a highly-seasoned real estate professional with over 30 years of experience in the business. Prior to forming Tilden Properties, David spent the majority of his career at CB Commercial Real Estate as a Senior Vice President managing the Brokerage Services Division of the Western United States. More recently, David managed the Brokerage Services Group for Grubb and Ellis’ East Bay offices. David received a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Santa Clara University in 1965. Source.

 

 

March 29, 2013 Crossroads Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 14

R. Michael Delagnes – Partner at Delagnes , Linder and Duey, LLP. Mr. Delagnes received his B.S. in Finance from the University of San Francisco, 1969; his M.B.A. in Finance (with honors) from the University of Santa Clara, 1970 and his J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law (McAulliffe Honor Society) in 1973. Mr. Delagnes was admitted to practice law in the State of California, the U. S. Federal Court for the Ninth Ciruit and the Northern District of California in 1973. He was also admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court in 1980 and before the U. S. Supreme Court in 2003. Mr. Delagnes is also a Certified Public Accountant admitted to practice in California in 1988. Mr. Delagnes was with Deloitte Touche LLP and KPMG Peat Marwick & Co. as Tax Manager (1973-1979), and with Frederiksen & Company, CPAs, as Tax Partner (1979-1981). He has served as an Adjunct Professor in the Golden Gate University Masters in Taxation Program and Masters of Law in Taxation Program (1976-1986). He is Co-Founder of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Society and currently sits on the Board of Directors for a number of non-profit and for-profit entities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Delagnes founded the firm in 1981. Source.

Paul A. W. Armstrong – President and CEO, Earthbath, SheaPet. Source.

Roger L. Crumley M.D. – Dr. Roger L. Crumley is a graduate of the University of Iowa Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery Residency Training Program. Following graduation (1975) he joined the faculty of the University of California, San Francisco where he progressed to the level of Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. His research in laryngeal reinnervation earned him the Harris P Mosher Award from the Triological Society in 1981. In October 1987 he accepted the position of Professor & Chief of Division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at UCI Medical Center. and started the Department’s very successful fellowship training program in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Source.

Andrew J. Eberhard – Serves as a senior advisor for Sperry Van Ness, specializing in the sale of retail and multifamily properties throughout Northern California. Eberhard also focuses on the sale of industrial and land properties and has secured more than $110 million in transactions nationwide. Source.

George Elliot– Sr. Loan Specialist at Mission Hills Mortgage. University of Iowa – Henry B. Tippie College of Business BHS. Source.

Stephen V. Imblerhas served as a director of Wavecom since March 2000. He is currently CFO for Nextag, a U.S. consumer internet company. Mr Imbler was President and Chief Operating Officer of Liquid Audio and served on the Board of Directors until April 2003. He previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Hyperion Solutions through the end of 2001, and as Advisor to the company through August 2002. Prior to the 1998 merger between Arbor Software and Hyperion Software that created Hyperion Solutions, Mr Imbler held the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Arbor Software for three years. Mr Imbler previously served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Quick Response Services, Inc. during 1994 through 1995; Vice President, Finance at Oracle Corporation 1987 through 1993; and various positions at Peat Marwick Mitchell (now KPMG) from 1978 to 1987. Mr Imbler received a master’s degree in public accounting from the University of Texas and a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Wichita State University. Source.

Gerald J. Lewis – Retired Court of Appeal Justice. Since 1987, Justice Lewis has been a full time neutral, serving as an Arbitrator, Mediator and Private Judge. He retired from the Fourth District Court where he served for several years. Before the unification of the courts, he sat both on the Municipal and Superior Courts in San Diego County. Justice Lewis was in private practice specializing in complex civil litigation and also served as City Attorney for many years. He eventually got his own trail department where he instituted a case-management system known as the independent calendar system. In the private sector, his areas of expertise include Corporate and Business Disputes, Intellectual Property, Complex Commercial Litigation and Insurance Coverage matters. Source.

Thomas Steward Liles – Owner at Thomas S. Liles Real Estate Appraisal/Consulting.

William John Macdonald – President of Recm, Inc., Electronics Distributor.

Harold B. Mead – Unconfirmed.

Kipp Macqueen Nelson – Partner FlashLight Films. Has an extensive deal making and financing background. Nelson is a former partner of Goldman Sachs & Co. He worked for 20 years in the finance business, 15 years in Europe and 5 years in Asia. After retiring from investment banking he founded an event company, 48Straight, which began as a winter alpine festival of sports, music and other cultural events celebrating mountain lifestyle. It was nationally televised on network TV and ultimately expanded into multiple sports in both summer and winter in 9 different locations. Source.

Thomas B. Reynolds – Attorney At Law. The practice of Thomas B. Reynolds, P.C. is limited to estate planning and taxation, estate administration, probate law, asset protection planning and fiduciary litigation regarding trusts and estates. The firm provides complete estate planning services for individuals, families and companies, typically in the southeastern United States and primarily in Georgia – though the firm does have clients in other parts of the country. The firm focuses on estate planning to discount and freeze asset values and uses income tax planning to improve a client’s income tax result before significant transactions or events. Varieties of wills and trusts improve and often negate estate tax exposure for clients of all levels of net worth. A typical client is a business owner or professional with assets of $3,000,000 to $15,000,000, though the firm has clients with fewer assets. The firm’s largest client has in excess of $600,000,000. Mr. Reynolds has practiced law since 1993. He periodically speaks to investment professionals regarding estate planning. Mr. Reynolds attended Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, graduating with a degree in Economics in 1989. Thereafter, he matriculated at the University of Georgia School of Law and received his law degree in 1992. He earned a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in Taxation at the College of William and Mary in 1993. Mr. Reynolds is admitted to practice law in Georgia and before the Internal Revenue Service. Source.

Robert M. Shields Jr.– has been Chief Executive Officer, Treasure and Chief Financial Officer of Piedmont Mining Co.Inc. since 1983. Mr. Shields serves as President, Principal Accounting Officer and Secretary of Piedmont Mining Co.Inc. Mr. Shields has over 25 years of experience in the exploration and mining industry and has over 35 years of business experience, primarily on Wall Street and as the top executive of a publicly traded gold company. He founded Piedmont Mining Company, Inc. in 1983. He is also a founder of GoldColony.com, a website for the gold community. Mr. Shields served as an Associate with Morgan Stanley & Co. in corporate finance in the early 1970’s and a Security Analyst with Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis in the mid-1960s. He has been Chairman of Piedmont Mining Co.Inc. since 1988 and its Director since 1983. He served as a Director of Solid Resources, Ltd., a Canadian exploration company, from 2004 to 2005. He is a member of the American Geophysical Union, the M.I.T. Enterprise Forum of New York City, the Society of Economic Geologists, the Geological Society of Nevada, the New York Academy of Sciences and the New York Section of The Society of Mining Engineers. He was an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers from 1967 to 1969 and was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain. Mr. Shields graduated Cum Laude and with high distinction in Geology from Dartmouth College in 1960 and received a PhD in Geochemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1965, where he was elected to Sigma Xi, Honorary Scientific Society, and Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society. He also received an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Administration in 1971. Source.

David T. Traitel – David Traitel served as an Executive Vice President of Walker & Ice, Anaheim, Ca. from 1973 to 1975. Mr. Traitel served as Chairman Of The Board and President of Sunbeam Lighting Corp., Los Angeles, Ca. from 1969 to 1972 . Mr. Traitel served as Vice President of Electro Optical Systems Division of Xerox Corp., Los Angeles, Ca, from 1959 to 1969. Mr. Traitel serves as Chairman and Director of Nutro Products, Inc. He is Graduated from the University Of California At Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Ca With an MBA Degree. Source.

March 29, 2013 Crow’s Nest Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 14

 

Richard B. Blackman– Director of Landwood Group; UK or Budget Analyst for the EPA. Unconfirmed; the conspiracy theorist in me tends to think the latter though the former is the most likely demographic. More information needed.

Spencer M. Brush – Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley. Source.

William H. Banker Jr. – Independent Real Estate, San Francisco. Grandson of the founder of Coldwell Banker and Company.

Allan E. Bulley Jr. – Chairman & CEO of Bulley & Andrews LLC since 1991 and its Chief Executive Officer since 1970. Mr. Bulley serves as the Vice Chairman and a Trustee of the Museum of Science and Industry. He serves as a Director of the L.E. Myers Company (formerly NYSE listed). He serves as Director of Bulley & Andrews, LLC. He also serves as a Trustee of the Shedd Aquarium. He served as a Director of MYR Group Inc., since 1992. Since 1968, Mr. Bulley has been involved as an organizer, director and investor in numerous community banks. Mr. Bulley served has been a Director of Wintrust Financial Corporation from March 13, 2006 to May 28, 2009. Mr. Bulley served as a Director of North Shore Community Bank, a subsidiary of Wintrust Financial Corp. He serves on the Building Committee of both the Shedd Aquarium and the Art Institute of Chicago. He holds B.S. in Civil Engineering from Brown University. Source.

Arthur J. Dolan III – Unconfirmed.

James Johnston Funsten III – Unconfirmed.

Kenneth G. High Jr.– Owns real estate in San Francisco, Ca. Needs more information.

James G La Plante Jr. – Senior Vice President at Comerica Bank in San Francisco, Ca.

Chipman Miles– Attorney in California; no longer eligible to practice in California due to probation violation. Source. Son has own Law Firm.

George A Poole Jr.– California licensed lawyer in Carmel, California, 93923 area. George A. Poole Jr graduated from law school at Stanford Univ Law School and has an undergraduate degree from Yale Univ. Source.

Tracy L. Trotter M.D. – Senior Partner, San Ramon Valley Primary Care. General pediatrician in private practice and a nationally-recognized expert in the delivery of services to children with special healthcare needs. He has an academic appointment to the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine. His medical and pediatric training was at Wake Forest University of School of Medicine and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, respectively. He has advised local and federal agencies and nongovernmental organizations. Nationally, his services have included an appointment to the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Genetics, and he currently is serving on the Secretary of Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Heritable Diseases in Newborns and Children; the Steering Committee on the Evaluation of Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention (EGAPP) Stakeholders Group; the NIH Collaboration, Education and Test Translation Grant Review Board; and the RAND Corp/CDC’s Workgroup on DNA-based Genetic Test Reports. He has many publications in the field of genetics and primary care. He has received numerous awards and honors for his work with children, especially children with special health needs. Source.

Richard R. Volk – Principal of Self. Curious but seems consistent with Manta and corporationwiki. Needs more information. Source.

Paul L Wattis Jr. – President of Wattis Construction CO Inc in San Jose, CA, a private company which is listed under grading contractors. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $5 to 10 million and employs a staff of 20 to 49. Source.

Stephen Joseph Whichard– President at SJW Construction, Inc., Sacramento, Ca. His father founded the company.

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There are a few unconfirmed but the group is more or less more of the same. Still California centric with small companies in California being represented alongside national/international names. The unconfirmed members showed up with owned property in S.F. Ca which is consistent for some of the other members. One interesting member of this camp, Chipman Miles, is actually no longer eligible to practice law…so Bohemian Grove member’s aren’t completely immune.

Oh…and more bio tech. Tracy Trotter is a pediatrician working with RAND Corp via CDC’s Workgroup on DNA-based Genetic Test Reports. RAND is an extension of Tavistock Institute in the UK and is mostly a non profit analyst implicated in the MK projects. Not saying this guy is involved but the association is there and the implications for being able to read the information of someone’ s DNA is not only important for future financial decisions but for societal structure and direction.

March 29, 2013 Cuckoo’s Nest Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Members – 14

 

David R. VolkPresident and Chief Executive Officer of CDG Therapeutics. Previously, Mr. Volk was a founder and principal of White Oak Advisors, a consulting firm providing financial and strategic advisory services to start-up and emerging growth life sciences companies. Prior to White Oak Advisors, Mr. Volk was managing director and Head of Life Sciences Investment Banking for RBC Capital Markets. In that capacity, Mr. Volk managed an investment banking group which raised private and public growth capital for companies ranging from early-stage through initial public offering and thereafter. Mr. Volk received his B.A. in economics from the University of California at Berkeley, and his MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. Source. More Information on CDG Therapeutics.

Anthony Olds Zanze – Prior to co-founding Hamilton Zanze & Co., Anthony O. Zanze’s experience in real estate included capital markets, asset management, leasing, development, investment and brokerage of multi-family and commercial properties. Immediately prior to the formation of HZ & Co. Tony was with RREEF Real Estate Investment Managers overseeing asset disposition. Before joining RREEF, he was manager of the San Francisco office of GE Capital Real Estate where he was responsible for production of mortgage backed securities, structured finance and equity investments. From 1986 to 1997, Tony was with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company where he originated long term fixed rate loans and joint ventures. Tony began his career as a sales investment broker with Cushman & Wakefield, and holds a BA in Psychology from Dartmouth College and a Master’s Degree in Real Estate from the University of Wisconsin. Tony is a San Francisco native. Source.

Murray G. Bodine– Joined the San Francisco office of Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P. as a Principal in 2004. His responsibilities include merger and acquisition and capital financing advice to banks, thrifts, insurance companies and financial sponsors. Before joining Sandler O’Neill, Mr. Bodine was a partner at JGE Capital Management, a privately-owned hedge fund. Prior to his work at JGE, Mr. Bodine had an 18-year investment banking career working with financial institutions in the Western United States. During that time, he completed over 80 merger and acquisition transactions and was involved in numerous capital financings. His investment banking experience includes Managing Director roles in the San Francisco offices of RBC Capital Markets, where he served on the capital commitment committee, First Security Van Kasper, where he served on the executive committee and Hoefer & Arnett, Inc., where he served as co-head of investment banking. He began his career at Bank of America in San Francisco, where he was a Vice President in the world banking division and the capital markets group. Mr. Bodine received a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Babson College. Source.

Lester L. Colbert Jr. – Mr. Lester L. Colbert Jr. served as the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Xidex Corporation. Mr. Colbert has been an Independent Trustee of Spectra Fund since 2000. He serves as a Director/Trustee of 27 funds in Alger Funds Fund Complex. He has been a Trustee of The China- US Growth Fund since 2003. He served as a Director of Castle Convertible Fund Inc. since 1974. He served as a Director of The National Museum of American History. Father was former President and CEO of Chrysler. Source.

Robert R. Dockson – Dr. Robert R. Dockson is First Vice President of the Haynes Foundation Board of Trustees.He has served on the Board since 1969.When he retired from business in 1988 he had served 19 years as Chairman and CEO of CalFed, Inc., the holding company of California Federal Savings and Loan.Previously, he was a professor of economics and Dean of the School of Business Administration at USC, an economist at The Prudential and Bank of America and a faculty member at Rutgers University.He served four years in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during World War II.Dr. Dockson is a past President of Town Hall and co-founder of Town Hall’s Breakfast Institute, a past President of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the California State Chamber, and a member of the Board of the Business Roundtable.He is a life member of the Board of Regents of Pepperdine University and remains active at both USC and Pepperdine.At USC, there is an endowed Dean’s Chair in the Marshall School of Business in his name, as well as a faculty-endowed Chair in International Relations and Economics at the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.Dr. Dockson graduated from the University of Illinois in 1939 and subsequently earned an M.S. in international relations and a Ph.d in economics from USC. Source.

Edward Elio Galante – Director at West Property Group. Among them was Edward E. Galante, an American who had cut his real-estate teeth developing coin-operated laundries and strip malls in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Source 1. Source 2 – In Africa, Mortgages Boost an Emerging Middle Class. This is a mildly confusing entry as there is an Edward G. Galante who is the Senior Vice President of Exxon. There are several people here who seem to share names with equally successful people on the east coast…yes, this is what conspiracy theories are made of. I omitted several other examples from previous camps due to the paranoia factor but might as well point it out here and further just to see what comes up. Please bear with the pattern seeking portions of this brain…;) By the way, this one is confirmed.

George B. James II – Immediate Past Chairman, Committee for the Future Chair of World Affairs Council of Northern California. Serves as Trustee Emeritus of San Francisco Ballet Association. Board of Overseers for the Hoover Institute. Needs more information.

Hugh W. Klebahn – Former President and CEO of Grove Farm Company, Inc. More information on Grove Farm. More information needed.

Ignacio F. Lozano Jr. – former United States Ambassador to El Salvador. He was appointed to the ambassadorship by President Gerald Ford in 1976. He resigned the post following the assumption of the presidency by Jimmy Carter. Lozano held directorships at Bank of America, Walt Disney Company, Pacific Life, and Sempra Energy, and is a member of the Council of American Ambassadors. Source.

Samuel A. Megeath III – Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of PLM from October 1988 to August 1990. Managing General Partner of LEF&C Partners, an investment partnership. Source.

Thomas W Moore Jr – Unconfirmed.

Peter o’ Malley – Former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, currently moving to purchase the San Diego Padres. More information desired.

Charles B. Runnels – Chancellor for Pepperdine University.

Sidney R. Unobskey – Real Estate Developer and Urban Planner. Source. Source 2.

 

This camp’s captain is the CEO of a company that specializes in ‘smart drugs’…a class of drugs intended to increase the cognitive, memory and various other functions of the brain. Not only big money but consider proprietary usage of these drugs…there is reason to be concerned here.

 

http://www.hoovers.com/marketing/free-trial/100001419-1.html

March 29, 2013 Rattlers Camp

Rattlers Camp

Edmund W. Littlefield, Jr.- Great Grandson of Utah Construction Founder, Ormund Wattis. His father, Edmund, Sr., also a Bohemian, passed in 2001. Under the senior Littlefield’s control, UI became an internationally formidable company, eventually merging with GE, the largest corporate merger ever up to that time. Littlefield served on the boards of some of the largest corporations in America, including GE, Bechtel Investment, Chrysler, Del Monte, Hewlett-Packard and Wells Fargo Bank.

Edmund, Jr. appears to be living off approximately $60 million trust fund yielding $1.2 million annually, according to a child custody brief available online.

Bob Weir- Grateful Dead- Spike the Kool-Aid, Bobby!

Nick Forster – eTown ( a national, 501(c)3 nonprofit, syndicated radio program, produced in Boulder, Colorado, and heard on National Public Radio, community radio stations, and commercial radio) was founded in 1991 by host and co-executive producer Nick Forster, a career musician (best known his work in the progressive bluegrass band Hot Rize) and his wife, Helen Forster, a professional actress/vocalist/voiceover artist who serves as co-host and executive producer of the show. eTown presents a wide-range of roots music, conversation and examples of environmental and community activism to listeners around the world.

eTown host Nick Forster’s involvement in music began as a teen playing guitar in various amateur folk and folk-rock bands in upstate New York. A job offer as a luthier (guitar repairman) led him to Colorado in 1975, where he met future bandmates Charles Sawtelle, Pete Wernick and Tim O’Brien. In 1978 they formed the bluegrass group: Hot Rize. In Hot Rize, Nick played the bass and guitar, provided vocals and acted as the group’s M.C. The band released ten albums, toured worldwide and appeared on radio and television programs, including Austin City Limits, The Grand Ole Opry and A Prairie Home Companion. Hot Rize earned both a Grammy nomination and the International Bluegrass Music Association‘s Entertainer of the Year Award before retiring in the spring of 1990. Nick teamed up with Tim O’Brien and Jerry Douglas to form a new group just after Hot Rize retired. In 1990, Nick accompanied Sam Bush, John Cowan, and Laurie Lewis on an extensive US State Department tour of Eastern Europe and Turkey. During the tour, he was struck by music’s ability to bring people from diverse backgrounds together, including former Communist Party bosses, new democratic leaders, school teachers, business executives, dissident poets and everyday citizens. He was also astounded by the region’s noticeable environmental degradation due to lack of community control. Nick imagined there had to be a way to link the power of music with the sharing of information about and solutions to the environmental and social challenges facing the planet, inspiring people to work together to make a positive difference. On the flight home, he came up with the idea of a radio program that would channel the energy and spirit of live-performance audiences into a dialogue about global issues. Returning home from that U.S. State Department tour, Nick shared the idea of the radio show with Helen, who agreed to help him. The two of them launched the program ‘eTown’ on Earth Day in 1991.

 

March 29, 2013 Bald Eagle Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 2

Anthony M. Frank – United States Post Master General (1988-1992). Former President and CEO of First Nationwide Financial Corporation and First Nationwide Savings and Loan Association. ( 8 billion in Assets; 148 offices).

Randall Palmer Frank – Unconfirmed.

March 29, 2013 Aorangi/Swagatam Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Aorangi refers to Mount Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand. Swagatam is Hindu for “Welcome”. Unsure why these names were chosen.

Members – 2

Kenneth John Taylor – Many options here; unable to confirm. Possibly the CEO of Taylor Mechanical in Florida or CEO of the National Community Reninvestment Coalition. Possibly a rugby player () or an electronic artist from Canada (Bohemian Grove was designed for artists initially so not a stretch). Due to his being the Captain of the group, one would presume a higher professional status which is why the NCRC position is considered despite the absence of Kenneth in the name. Will return to this one; comments encouraged/appreciated. Unconfirmed.

Robert E. Connick – Professor Emeritus at University of California Berkeley. Worked on the Manhattan Project (1943-1946). Vice Chancellor and Chair of the Academic Senate of UC Berkeley and the entire University of California system.

 

March 29, 2013 Abby Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 13

 

Thomas E. Leep– Director of Finance for DataMeer, Inc, a data management company which provides business users a means to “access, analyze and use massive amounts of data”. Previous employment positions -Director of Finance, Apptera Inc; Vice President Finance,SS8 Networks , Inc.; Vice President, Finance and Controller, IMX Inc.; Controller,Polaris Wireless.

Mark Blumenkranz, M.D.– Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology, Stanford University School of Medicine.

J. Brooks Crawford, M.D. – Ophthalmologist, California Pacific Medical Center. Graduated University of California, San Francisco – 1960.

George W. Ely Jr. – Son of George W. Ely, the former New York Stock Exchange Secretary. Possibly owns an Insurance agency in Sacramento; Unconfirmed.

Francis J. Hughes Jr – Director, CPS Technologies Corporation, a developer and manufacturer of advanced materials. Served as President of American Research and Development Corporation, a venture capital firm, since 1992. Mr. Hughes joined ARD`s predecessor organization in 1982, and became Chief Operating Officer in 1990. Mr. Hughes has co-founded and served as a General Partner of the following venture capital funds: ARD I, L.P., ARD II, L.P. (July, 1985), ARD III, L.P. (April, 1988), Hospitality Technology Fund, L.P.(June, 1991) and Egan-Managed Capital, L.P. (February, 1997). Mr. Hughes has served as a Director of the Company since 1993. Mr. Hughes has an MS degree from MIT and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. From Forbes.

William Margaretten – Practices as a Pathologist in San Francisco, CA. Graduated from College Of Medicine, Brooklyn Ny.

David Merten – Specializes in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Hematology/Oncology in Marinette, Wisconsin.

William Olds Jr. – Several Possibilities Here; difficult to confirm. Either Sr. Vice President -Chief Operating Officer at Lafayette Life Insurance, Owner of Borel Financial in California or the President of Merchants Bank in Indiana. Unconfirmed.

Wilson Charles Quarre – Real Estate in Santa Barbara, Ca. Wilson has MBA and BA degrees from Pepperdine University, Graziadio School of Business. He has achieved a diverse and successful entrepreneurial career. Prior to joining Sotheby’s International Realty, Wilson was President of Avoco International and President/CEO of A I C International Marketing Corporations, representing manufacturers and distributors to the US military and international markets. With global distribution logistics, marketing and sales, Wilson understands the art of simplifying complex transactions for his clients. From His Website.

Thomas R. Russell, M.D. – Thomas R. Russell, MD, FACS is the Executive Director of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). Specializes in Colon and Rectal Surgery. Extended Biography Here.

Edwin J. Schwartz – President of Edwin J. Schwartz Public Relations in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Steven L. Swig – Steven L. Swig, J.D., is co-founder and president emeritus of Presidio World College, a business school granting an MBA degree in sustainable management. He serves as chairman of the board of both the Swig Company, a multifaceted real estate firm, and Mary Green Enterprises, a men’s furnishings and women’s lingerie design and manufacturing company. Mr. Swig serves on wide range of boards, including: The American Conservatory Theater, The American Himalayan Foundation, The American Jewish Committee, The Solar Electric Light Fund, Americans for Cures Foundation (Stem Cells), The Stephen Stills Foundation, The American Associates of Ben Gurion University, and the Tech Museum of Innovation. From Bioneers.

James Emmanuel Taylor, M.D. – Practices Internal Medicine in San Rafael, Ca.

January 1, 2013 Bohemian Grove Research to 2014

Bohemian Grove Research to 2014

Following is research done on Bohemian Grove participants over the years by members of BGAN research collective and allied individuals. Names were obtained from Bohemian Grove Attendee List dating between 1981-2010. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.

Camps are listed in alphabetical order, followed by an alphabetical listing of its members, and dossiers on a growing number. The information is searchable using Ctrl-F, so you can look up the name of your favorite big wig or corporation and see if there are any Boho connections. A 2008 Membership List has also been appended.
This is meant to be used for information and research, and we invite anyone who discovers new information connecting Grove attendees to outside world events to share in the Comments and help Expose Bohemian Grove.

A 2008 Membership list is at the end of this post.

Don Eichelberger
San Francisco, CA
done7777@sbcglobal.net

Abby Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. Members – 13
Thomas E. Leep- Director of Finance for DataMeer, Inc, a data management company which provides business users a means to “access, analyze and use massive amounts of data”. Previous employment positions -Director of Finance, Apptera Inc; Vice President Finance,SS8 Networks , Inc.; Vice President, Finance and Controller, IMX Inc.; Controller,Polaris Wireless.
Mark Blumenkranz, M.D.- Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology, Stanford University School of Medicine.
J. Brooks Crawford, M.D. – Ophthalmologist, California Pacific Medical Center. Graduated University of California, San Francisco – 1960.
George W. Ely Jr. – Son of George W. Ely, the former New York Stock Exchange Secretary. Possibly owns an Insurance agency in Sacramento; Unconfirmed.
Francis J. Hughes Jr – Director, CPS Technologies Corporation, a developer and manufacturer of advanced materials. Served as President of American Research and Development Corporation, a venture capital firm, since 1992. Mr. Hughes joined ARD`s predecessor organization in 1982, and became Chief Operating Officer in 1990. Mr. Hughes has co-founded and served as a General Partner of the following venture capital funds: ARD I, L.P., ARD II, L.P. (July, 1985), ARD III, L.P. (April, 1988), Hospitality Technology Fund, L.P.(June, 1991) and Egan-Managed Capital, L.P. (February, 1997). Mr. Hughes has served as a Director of the Company since 1993. Mr. Hughes has an MS degree from MIT and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. From Forbes.
William Margaretten – Practices as a Pathologist in San Francisco, CA. Graduated from College Of Medicine, Brooklyn Ny.
David Merten – Specializes in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Hematology/Oncology in Marinette, Wisconsin.
William Olds Jr. – Several Possibilities Here; difficult to confirm. Either Sr. Vice President -Chief Operating Officer at Lafayette Life Insurance, Owner of Borel Financial in California or the President of Merchants Bank in Indiana. Unconfirmed.
Wilson Charles Quarre – Real Estate in Santa Barbara, Ca. Wilson has MBA and BA degrees from Pepperdine University, Graziadio School of Business. He has achieved a diverse and successful entrepreneurial career. Prior to joining Sotheby’s International Realty, Wilson was President of Avoco International and President/CEO of A I C International Marketing Corporations, representing manufacturers and distributors to the US military and international markets. With global distribution logistics, marketing and sales, Wilson understands the art of simplifying complex transactions for his clients. From His Website.
Thomas R. Russell, M.D. – Thomas R. Russell, MD, FACS is the Executive Director of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). Specializes in Colon and Rectal Surgery. Extended Biography Here.
Edwin J. Schwartz – President of Edwin J. Schwartz Public Relations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Steven L. Swig, J.D., is co-founder and president emeritus of Presidio World College, a business school granting an MBA degree in sustainable management. He serves as chairman of the board of both the Swig Company, a multifaceted real estate firm, and Mary Green Enterprises, a men’s furnishings and women’s lingerie design and manufacturing company. Mr. Swig serves on wide range of boards, including: The American Conservatory Theater, The American Himalayan Foundation, The American Jewish Committee, The Solar Electric Light Fund, Americans for Cures Foundation (Stem Cells), The Stephen Stills Foundation, The American Associates of Ben Gurion University, and the Tech Museum of Innovation. From Bioneers.
James Emmanuel Taylor, M.D. – Practices Internal Medicine in San Rafael, Ca.

Aorangi/Swagatam Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. Aorangi refers to Mount Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand. Swagatam is Hindu for “Welcome”. Unsure why these names were chosen. Members – 2
Kenneth John Taylor – Many options here; unable to confirm. Possibly the CEO of Taylor Mechanical in Florida or CEO of the National Community Reninvestment Coalition. Possibly a rugby player () or an electronic artist from Canada (Bohemian Grove was designed for artists initially so not a stretch). Due to his being the Captain of the group, one would presume a higher professional status which is why the NCRC position is considered despite the absence of Kenneth in the name. Will return to this one; comments encouraged/appreciated. Unconfirmed.
Robert E. Connick – Professor Emeritus at University of California Berkeley. Worked on the Manhattan Project (1943-1946). Vice Chancellor and Chair of the Academic Senate of UC Berkeley and the entire University of California system.

Bald Eagle Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.
Members – 2
Anthony M. Frank – United States Post Master General (1988-1992). Former President and CEO of First Nationwide Financial Corporation and First Nationwide Savings and Loan Association. ( 8 billion in Assets; 148 offices).
Randall Palmer Frank – Unconfirmed.
Band Camp
Kevin Patrick Kress – Head Trainer and Active Officer for Kk Equestrian. Is the principal in the company ‘Kevin Patrick Kress’, a Sonoma County company with approximately $150,000 in annual revenue.
Sava Ateljevic- Attorney in San Francisco. More which is unconfirmed.
Earle Atkinson – Attorney in Albany, Ca.
Mark Hampton Baum – Unconfirmed.
Steve Bergman – Many Successful persons of this name. Unconfirmed.
Robert J. Boesch – President of the Bohemian Club in Monte Rio, Ca.
James E. Brennan – Director of Financial Planning for Middleton Gardiner Group, LLC, a wealth management company. UNCONFIRMED.
Michael J. Bresler M.D. – Practices Emergency Medicine at Stanford University.
Lee Bright – South Carolina State Senate since 2008.
James T. Bundschu – Owner of Vineburg, LLC located in Vineburg, Ca.
Thomas Gordon Cambell – Unconfirmed.
Duane A. Carroll – He holds Bachelor and Master degrees in music from San Francisco State University, and a Masters in Educational Administration from Saint Mary’s College. His Doctor of Musical Arts degree is from The University of Michigan. He attended the U. S. Naval School of Music and played clarinet, saxophone and oboe in the Third U. S. Army Band in Atlanta Georgia and the 4th Armored Division Band in Germany. He studied conducting with Denis deCoteau, Emeritus Conductor of the San Francisco Ballet. Source
Floyd Owen Cooley – Internationally Renowned Tubist; 31 years with the San Francisco Symphony.
Neil Cormea – Computer Software.
Mitchell Craig – Associate Professor at California State University East Bay; Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Research focus on “Near Surface GeoPhysics” as recent as 2009. Source.
Brian Dalrymple – Partner in the Nixon Peabody Firm. Extended Professional Biography.
James M. Dalrymple – Independent Musical Professional in San Francisco. Unconfirmed.
Neil P. Defeo – Former CEO of Sun Products Corporation, a fabric and household cares product company (Wisk, Snuggle, all). Current Chairman of the Board of Sun Products.
Stephen A Fernbach M.D. – Pediatrician in Sata Clara, Ca.
Robert A. Fields – UNCONFIRMED.
Tod N. Fleming – Music Department, San Francisco University. Former Chair of the Mill Valley School District Music Program.
Gary D. Friedman M.D. – Plastic Surgery in San Francisco, Ca.
Gordon C. Gore – Percussion Section Leader for Wind Symphony (Walnut Creek, Ca).
Dwight La Rue Hall – Former Conductor of the Oakland Municipal Band. Deceased Sept. 2011.
Vernon C. Harp Jr. – Cardiology, San Francisco. Deceased October 2011.
Dale R. HeinMiller – San Francisco, Ca. Profession Unconfirmed.
Roger W. Honour- Mutual Fund Manager for Montgomery Asset Management in San Francisco, Ca.
“The SEC fined Honour $275,000 and ordered him to disgorge $161,000 in trading profits and interest. In addition, Honour was banned from trading securities for his personal account as long as he works for an investment company.” Source.
Dean W. Boka Hubbard – Trombonist; San Francisco, Ca. FreeLancer.
N.W. Bill Jasper – President, Director and CEO of Dolby Laboratories.
Robert Kroninger – Wine Importer. Unconfirmed.
Mark H. Lawrence – Principal Trombonist for the San Francisco Symphony.
Richard Leonards M.D. – Pediatrics in San Francisco, Ca.
Brian Lewis – Violinist. Extended Biography.
Charley Edward Lord III – Trumpet. Unconfirmed.
John J. McCarthy Jr. – Chairman and Owner of Trans Lease Group. Deceased in July 2009. Unconfirmed.
Jan Bruce Macdonald – Unconfirmed.
Matthew Parfit – Trombonist, San Francisco Ca.
Neal L. Peterson – Lawyer. Unconfirmed.
Billy E. Robinson – With Skyline Music and KSCM, a music booking agency and radio station respectively, in San Mateo, Ca.
Philip Shoptaugh – Professional Musician, Inventor and Toy/Game Designer. Founder of Shoptaugh Games. Source.
Sydney C. Smith – President of the World Heart Federation. Source. Unconfirmed.
Zacariah Spellman – Principal Tubist with the San Francisco Opera and Marin Symphony.
Richard Theurer – Management Consulting in San Francisco, Ca.
David I Tresan M.D. – Psychiatrist in Mill Valley, Ca.
David Turner – Unconfirmed.
David Warren – Unconfirmed.
Noel D. Weidkamp – Corporate Executive in Alameda, Ca.
Richard Philip Welker – Lawyer in Walnut Creek, Ca.
Wallace E. Wells – Zephyer Real Estate, agent in San Francisco, Ca. Confirmed?
Jonathon Westerling – Founder of Radio Sausalito in Sausalito, Ca. Website.
Richard P. Zuninga – Unconfirmed.

Bella Union Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 28
Edward C. Friedrichs III – 1968 graduate of the Master of Architecture programat University of Pennsylvania. A San Francisco resident, Ed is President of Gensler Architecture, Design & Planning Worldwide, which was named the AIA Firm of the Year 2000. In the community, he serves on the Large Firm Roundtables for both the AIA and the International Interior Design Association, and on the board of the Los Angeles chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association. Most recently, Ed accepted the invitation to participate on the Advisory Council of the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley.
W. Patrick Macdowell – President of McDowell Properties. He has been in the real estate investment business for 40 years. Mr. McDowell was a founder and partner of The Fox Group and its successor company Metric Partners, a joint venture with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, from 1971 until 1993. Fox/Metric invested in and managed over $4 billion in real estate assets, comprising in excess of 400 individual properties located in more than 30 states. Asset classes included apartment complexes, industrial parks, office buildings, shopping centers and hotels. During Mr. McDowell’s tenure, Fox had over 1,000 employees in 14 offices. Fox raised over $1.5 billion in equity capital through public securities offerings underwritten by Wall Street firms; and raised and managed over $1 billion in capital for more than 30 public pension plans, including CalPERS and CalSTRS. Mr. McDowell’s public pension fund investment activities solely involved rental multi-family investments. From 1975 until 1986, Mr. McDowell was Executive Vice President of Fox in charge of all acquisition, disposition and financing activities, and from 1986 until 1993, he was Chief Executive Officer. In addition, through McDowell Properties, Mr. McDowell has acquired $800MM of apartment properties since November of 2005 and invested selectively in real estate partnership interests and tender offers on public real estate securities.<br/><br/>Mr. McDowell has served on the Advisory Committee on Troubled Projects for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and as Vice Chairman of the National Multi Housing Council. He is on the Advisory Board of the Fisher Center for Real Estate at the University of California, Berkeley, a member of the Urban Land Institute, Lambda Alpha International, National Multi-Housing Council and an Advisory Board member of The Marcus and Millichap Company.<br/><br/>Mr. McDowell has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA in Real Estate from the Graduate School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Source.
R. Duncan Beardsley – Marketing Consultant and Director of Generosity in Action
Duncan has spent over thirty-five years in travel industry sales, marketing and senior management capacities. His first ten years were with Young and Rubicam, Inc. Advertising during which time he handled the advertising for P&O Lines. He joined that company which soon acquired Princess Cruises which was a prime player in the growing cruise industry.
In the mid-seventies he one of the first employees at Royal Cruise Line which initiated the marriage of a 747 and a the 450 passenger Golden Odyssey. During fifteen years at Royal Cruise line he served as Marketing Director and later Executive Vice President. In 1990 he served as President of Seabourn Cruise Line, one of the industry’s highest rated products.
For thirteen years Duncan has been involved with educational travel serving as Director of the Travel/Study program for the Stanford Alumni Association for ten years and recently managing Generosity in Action, a foundation structured to support travelers’ philanthropy. The Stanford Alumni program, the largest and most highly respected educational travel program in the world, offers over 70 programs per year generating over $22 million sales. The success coming from involving knowledgeable faculty with specially designed itineraries.
Generosity in Action was created out of the enthusiasm of travelers to “give back” to villages and people in countries they visit and the need for a structure to allow donations to be tax deductible. Since his retirement from Stanford, Duncan has expanded Generosity in Action for other travel marketers, serves on the Board of Philanthropic Ventures Foundation and assists travel operators in marketing their products. Source.
William H. Davidow – A Silicon Valley engineer, marketing executive, author and venture capitalist. Davidow served as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Intel Corporation in the 1980s, and was part of an early group of Silicon Valley venture capitalists. While at Intel he became senior vice president of marketing and sales, and conceived “Operation Crush,” which established the 8086 architecture as the industry standard. Prior to Intel Corp., Bill worked in various managerial positions at Hewlett Packard and General Electric. His firm, Mohr Davidow Ventures, where he is Partner Emeritus, invests in information technology, life sciences and Cleantech seed and early stage startups. MDV consists of General Partners, Venture Partners, Investment Professionals, a venture development team, and Davidow’s co conspirator Partner Emeritus Nancy Schoendorf. Davidow lives in Woodside, California. Bill earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Dartmouth College, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from both Dartmouth College and the California Institute of Technology, and a doctorate in electrical engineering from Stanford University. His community involvement extends to serving on the boards of California Institute of Technology, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. He also sits on the Foundation Board of UCSF Medical Center.
M. Vance Dawkins Jr. – Deceased September 13, 2011. Captain M. Vance Dawkins, Jr.,91, of Dunwoody, GA was born in Wadesboro, North Carolina on April 15, 1920. He graduated from Wake Forest University, earned a Masters degree from George Washington University, attended the General Line School in Monterey, CA, the Naval War College in Newport, RI, and the Industrial College of the Armed forces in Washington D.C. He was designated a Naval Aviator upon completion of flight training in 1942 and attached to Patrol Squadron Eighty-Three during WWII. During this tour he was credited with sinking two German submarines. Captain Dawkins was assigned to the USS Randolph were he served as Air Operation Officer, Operations Officer and Air Officer. In 1961 he reported aboard the attack carrier Saratoga (CVA-60) as Executive Officer. Following this assignment he served two years as Chief of the Operations Division, Defense Atomic Support Agency. He has also served on the Staffs of the Commander in Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, the of Chief of Naval Operations, and the Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe. In 1965 Captain Dawkins assumed the tri-command as Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Commander Fleet Air Bermuda, and Commander Bermuda Anti-Submarine Warfare Sector. Two years later he assumed command of Naval Air Station Alameda, where he was personally commended by Vice President Humphrey for organizing the “most outstanding Youth Opportunity Program of its kind in the Federal Government”. His last assignment was as Commander Fleet Air Alameda. He retired in 1972 and joined Unitron International, based in Atlanta, as vice president. He was a long-time member of the Bohemian Club of San Francisco. His awards include: The Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal and The Brazilian Order of the Southern Cross. Source.
James DeSorrento – A Director of eSoft since November, 2000.He currently serves as the chairman of the board and CEO of Triax Telecommunications Company, LLC and has built the company to over 540,000 subscribers, won 48 new franchises and completed 60 acquisitions. With over 30 years experience in the cable television industry, he has served as chairman of the Cable Telecommunications Association (CATA) Board of Directors and as a member of the Cable TV Pioneers, the Entrepreneurs Group and the Coalition of Mid-Sized Cable Operators, which is actively involved in lobbying Congress and the FCC on regulatory issues.Prior to founding Triax, DeSorrento held senior management positions at U.S. Cable Corporation, Daniels & Associates, U.S. Computer Systems (CableData) and Viacom International Inc. Source.
Robert A. Freeman- Managing Partner, Robeco-Sage Capital Management, LLC Former Partner and Chief Financial Officer, Goldman Sachs & Co. Robert A. Friedman is a retired partner of The Goldman Sachs Group, L.P. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1968 and was a general partner and member of the Management Committee of the firm. He served as the CFO of the firm and as partner-in-charge of the Goldman Sachs Assest Management Group. After retiring from Goldman Sachs, he was a founding principal of Sage Capital Management Corp., an investment management firm that provides investment management services to high net worth individuals and institutions. He is also a founding principal of Harmony Capital Management. He is a CPA. Mr. Friedman has served as a member of the Board and member of the Investment Committee of Colby College; a Trustee of the Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America; a member of the Board of Directors of the Physicians Hospital Organization, an advisor to the Finance and Investment Committees and Co-Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Hospital for Special Surgery; a member of the Tufts University Medical School Board of OVerseers; and an advisor to Asset Management Advisors. He served for many years as a trustee of the Baruch College Fund where he remains an Honorary Trustee. Mr. Friedman is also the found of the “Myself Third” Scholarship Fund in honor of rescue workers of 9-11, which has provided scholarships to worthy recipients annually since 2002. He graduated in 1962 from CCNY with a degree in Electrical Enginerring and in 1967 with an MBA from Baruch College. He also has an MA in American Studies from Columbia University in 2000. Source.
Jay H. Friedrichs – General Partner of Cypress Growth Fund in Menlo Park. He has been involved in financing and building small enterprises for more than thirty years. Village Enterprise provided Jay with an opportunity to rekindle his international interests and apply his financial experience to encourage entrepreneurship globally. Jay received his undergraduate degree as well as his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Source.
Roger Glenn – Recognized as one of the master flute and vibraphone players of the world. Source.
James P. Giovannoni – Professor Adjunct at Cornell University; Concentration on Plant Molecular Biology and Genomics.
Roger Glenn – Listed twice on the copy of the original 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. Unsure if this is typo or intentional.
John Gullet M.D. – Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine.
Conrad Janis – Jazz Musician, Trombonist.
William H. Lathrop – Deceased December 5th, 2010. Naval Veteran and member of the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Thomas J. MacBride Jr. – Lawyer in San Francisco, Ca.
Emmett W. MacCorkle – Director of Emmett W. MacCorkle, Inc., Insurance Services.
As a result of their efforts since 1968, the MacCorkles have sustained and enhanced the Cornell Alumni Association of Northern California and created a strong, meaningful network of Cornellians in California, including the highly successful Cornell Silicon Valley Initiative. Scores of Cornellians have benefited from their mentoring, and they have encouraged and advised students and young alumni seeking Cornell degrees and career opportunities in the Bay Area. Emmett (Mac) MacCorkle currently is serving his fifth term as a member of the Cornell University Council. He has held numerous leadership positions in the Cornell Alumni Association of Northern California and, together with his wife, has co-chaired the Major Gifts Committee for the 20th, 25th and 30th reunion campaigns for the Class of ’64. Carol MacCorkle was a founding member of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and served as its chair from 1993 to 1995. She served on the Cornell Board of Trustees from 1995 to 2003 and was chair of the Trustee Subcommittee on Alumni Affairs and vice chair of the Trustee Committee on Alumni Affairs and Development. She presently is An emerita trustee and a presidential councillor.
Source.
James A. MacGeorge – President of Bbe Services. Unconfirmed.
Brooks T. Mancini – Officer for three companies, B. T. Mancini Co., Inc., Brookman Co and Mancini Properties, Inc., floor laying contracting companies and Real Estate Operator/Developer. Located Milpitas, Ca.
Arthur D. Mason – Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, U.C. Berkeley. Extended Professional Biography.
Stephen T. B. Miller – President and CEO of French Camp Vineyard. Santa Barbara, Ca. Source.
Thomas Arthur Nixon – Author and Online Writer with a Master’s in Linguistics at the University of California, Fresno. Unconfirmed.
Terry O’Reilley – Terry O’Reilly founded his own plaintiff trial law firm 22 years ago after practicing with the renowned Bruce Walkup for 17 years. Today, he is one of the most distinguished and successful trial lawyers in the United States, not only in the number and magnitude of cases won, but also in the number of impressive awards his peers have bestowed on him. In 2003, other trial lawyers named him California Trial Lawyer of the Year, the highest honor given in this state. In 1997 he was elected to the Inner Circle of Advocates, the top 100 trial lawyers in the United States. Extended Biography.
Ralph S. Osterling – IRR Founder, Chairman of the Board and Secretary of Integrated Resource Recovery, Inc. Mr. Osterling has been a community leader and environmentalist for over 30 years including as the principal of a leading environmental consulting company serving clients such as: Browning Ferris Industries, David Packard, Pebble Beach Company, Trust for Public Lands, Kiewit Construction, and Robert Trent Jones Golf Design. He holds a BS in Forest Management; Oregon State University; Master’s graduate studies in soils and horticulture at California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, California, is a Registered Professional Forester, Certified Professional Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Specialist and Certified Forest Stewardship Lead Professional. He is an expert witness in land management and tree issues, and is qualified in Federal Court jurisdictions as a fuel management expert.
Kenneth W. Rendell – President of Kenneth W. Rendell, Inc., Kenneth E. Rendell Gallery and the Museum of World War II. Expert in historical letters, manuscripts and documents.
Ronald A. Sfarzo – Arranger, Composer, Keyboardist and retired police officer from Menlo Park, Ca.
James W. Slusser – Unconfirmed.
Robert L. Spence – Unconfirmed.
Edward D. Thirkell – Selected to Northern California Super Lawyers. San Mateo, Ca.

Better Ole Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.
Members – 9

David A. Poe – Since April 2008, Mr. Poe has served as Senior Director of Edgar, Dunn & Company, an independent global financial services and payments consultancy. From March 1998 to May 2008, Mr. Poe served as Chief Executive Officer of Edgar, Dunn & Company and as a consultant and director from March 1980 to March 1998. Prior to Edgar, Dunn & Company, Mr. Poe was a CPA with Deliotte, Touche. Mr. Poe currently serves as Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Bank of San Francisco, Chairman of the Board of Geothermal Engineering Ltd., a privately held UK company, and is a member of the board of directors of the University of Idaho Foundation. In addition, he has served on the board of directors of several private technology companies. Source.
Albert H. Konetzni Jr. – Vice Admiral, Retired, U.S. Navy. Former Deputy and Chief of Staff, Former Commander, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Extended Biography.
Robert M. Leitstein – Robert Leitstein has been Chief Executive Officer and President of department stores of Hallmark Cards, Inc. at Kansas City since 1991. Mr. Leitstein worked at some of the top retail stores in the country, including Bloomingdale”s, Neiman Marcus and Gump”s. Mr. Leitstein oversees the two department stores and several of the Hallmark Cards’ specialty stores in Crown Center – Halls Station, Boulevard Blues, the Crayola Store and Hallmark Crown Center. Source.
William Briggs McClatchy – William McClatchy, 50, has been a director of McClatchy since September 2004. Mr. McClatchy is an entrepreneur, journalist and co-founder of Index Investing, LLC. He currently serves as editor of Index Investing’s ETFzone.com, a website supplying content concerning exchange-traded index funds. In 1999, Mr. McClatchy co-founded indexfunds.com, a website for index investing content. From 1987 through 1991, Mr. McClatchy served in a variety of editorial positions for computer magazines, including staff writer at PC Week and MAC Week, and microcomputing editor at Information Week. From 1993 to 1996, Mr. McClatchy worked as a reporter for The Fresno Bee. Source.
Paul Joseph McDonald – Lawyer; San Francisco Law School currently in San Jose, Ca.
Robert C. Poe- Poe started the engineering consulting firm Poe & Associates in McAlester. The company grew to become a nationally recognized designer of such public works projects as water systems, highways, and bridges. Poe has served as the Oklahoma Turnpike Engineer, and following the Interstate 40 bridge collapse in 2002, his firm was selected to lead the repair efforts. Currently 105,000 rural Oklahomans receive their domestic water from systems designed by the firm, which has offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Wichita, and Topeka, Kan. They are the overall consultants on the widening of Skelly bypass currently under construction in Tulsa.
In addition to founding an architectural company with Frank Davies, Poe also took up golf, but not in the traditional sense. His golf course and golf community design company, Pittman-Poe Land Planning Company, did extensive work around the country with such golf greats as Jack Nicklaus. Poe also founded Penterra Company, a residential and commercial property development company focused on the development of Marina Bay that includes a property with 2.5 miles of waterfront on the San Francisco Bay.
In 1989, Poe’s first-hand knowledge of small-business lending made him a natural buyer of Community Bank and Trust in Tulsa, a bank with a history of helping the new and striving small business. Source.
Donald R. Riehl – President, D.R. Riehl, Inc., Pacific Grove Commercial Property Owners Association, Inc. and Pacific Grove Developers.
James A. Steele – Judge for the Superior Court of Los Angeles County in California. He won re-election unopposed in 2010.
Richard M. Woods – Unconfirmed.

Bromley Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.
Members – 1

Charles I. Gould Jr.- Current Business Development Manager at The Daily Journal. National Advertising Account Executive at San Francisco Chronicle, Major Accounts Advertising Executive at San Francisco Chronicle, Retail Sales Manager at San Francisco Chronicle, Territory Account Executive at San Francisco Chronicle.

Camels Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.
Members – 14
Andrew W. Evans – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; AGL Resources.
Andrew Evans was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of AGL Resources (NYSE:GAS) in September 2005 and promoted to executive vice president, chief financial officer in May 2006. In this capacity, Mr. Evans directs finance, accounting and information technology for all AGL Resources businesses, as well as investor relations and the company’s strategic planning functions. He also has responsibility for various unregulated subsidiaries.
Mr. Evans joined AGL Resources in May 2002 as vice president of finance and treasurer, where he was responsible for the company’s treasury and finance operations including corporate finance, cash management, rating agency relationships, pension management and corporate planning and analysis. He also played a key role in supporting the company’s corporate development and growth initiatives, and assisted in deal evaluation, structuring and financing. Mr. Evans came to AGL Resources from Mirant Corporation (formerly Southern Energy Inc.) where he served in various finance and business development roles over a nine-year period. Prior to Mirant, Mr. Evans was employed by National Economic Research Associates and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Mr. Evans serves as chairman of the board of Zoo Atlanta and on the finance committees of Grady Memorial Hospital, Refugee Family Services and the Georgia Council for Economic Education, where he is also a board member. Mr. Evans is a graduate of Emory University and lives in Atlanta. Source.
Robert Michael Gloger – Robert is an independent investor and advisor involved in markets for stocks, bonds, real estate, and commodities. After graduating from UCLA with an MBA in finance in 1969, he joined Bank of America as a investment advisor and portfolio manager for equity products and remained there until 1976 when he joined Morgan Stanley. In 1991, he ended a 16 year career with Morgan Stanley as a managing director in their capital markets division, where he was responsible for marketing and distribution of fixed income products for the western United States. Source.
Skip Cashin – Founder of Cashin Company (Real Estate); bought out by Coldwell Realtors in 2010. 2009 saw over $1 billion in sales volume for Cashin Company which was sold for an undisclosed financial amount.
Donald George Castle – Former CEO of Chevron Corporation.
Allen B. Cooper- Partner in Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP. and serves as the Head of the Litigation Department. His practice focuses on business and commercial litigation including breach of fiduciary relationships, business torts, securities and trade practices; insurance litigation including bad faith, coverage, professional liability and legal malpractice; and real estate litigation including representing financial institutions, developers, title insurers, mortgage bankers and others in matters involving: land-use, brokerage, commercial landlord-tenant problems, construction and mechanics’ liens, lenders’ liability, lis pendens expungement, real property security instruments, specific performance, PMI and mortgage guaranty insurance and title problems.
Mr. Cooper is admitted to the State Bar of California, all courts of the State of California. the United States District Court, Central, Northern and Eastern Districts of California. the United States Court of Appeals, Ninth and Fifth Circuits, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Cooper received his J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1974. During law school, he served as Associate Editor of the UCLA Law Review, 1972-1973, and was selected to Order of the Coif. He attended the University of California at Los Angeles earning an A.B., magna cum laude, in 1971, and was Phi Beta Kappa.
Mr. Cooper is author of Beware: Anti-Growthers Snag Building Permits First, California Builder, 1987; Lis Pendens Expungement Practice: Still Not Much Relief for the Property Owner, Beverly Hills Bar Journal, 1980; and The Prosecutor’s Role in California Sentencing: Advocate or Informant?, UCLA Law Review, 1973. Mr. Cooper served as a consultant for the California Continuing Education of the Bar in 1992 on their publication Handling a Real Property Foreclosure. He is a contributing author of Use and Abuse of Interrogatories, California Continuing Education of the Bar, 1983, 1986. He is a former clinical lecturer in law at the University of Southern California, 1980-1981.
His published State opinions include: Western Security Bank v. Superior Court (1997) 15 Cal. 4th 232, 62 Cal. Rptr. 243; Siegel v Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. (1996) 46 Cal. App. 4th 1181, 54 Cal. Rptr. 2d 84; Lambert v. Commonwealth Land Title Ins. Co. (1991) 53 Cal. 3d 1072, 282 Cal. Rptr. 445; Isaac v. A&B Loan Company, Inc. (1988) 201 Cal. App.3d 307, 247 Cal. Rptr. 104; and Elysian Heights Residents Association, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles (1986) 182 Cal. App.3d 21, 227 Cal. Rptr. 226. Federal opinions include: Han v. U.S. (9th Cir. 1991) 944 F.2d 526; Wright v. Schock (N.D. Cal. 1983) 571 F.Supp. 642; and Worldwide Church of God, Inc. v. State of California (9th Cir. 1980) 623 F.23 613.
Mr. Cooper is a member of the Beverly Hills and American Bar Associations, Sections on Litigation and Antitrust Law; and the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. He served as Planning Commissioner for the City of Calabasas from 1992-94; and is Past President, Calabasas Park Homeowners Association.
Source.
Eric C. Cowing – Officer of Entrepreneur Partners VIII, hedge funds. Additional.
Frank Perry Greene – Representative at Bci Capital Management. Bci Capital Management primarily manages accounts for high net worth individuals and pension and profit sharing plans and has more than $68M in assets under management. This advisor is registered with the SEC. This advisor’s firm is state-registered. Source.
William S. Hazlett – Palo Alto, Ca.
Thomas Francis Kranz – Immigration Lawyer; Beverly Hills, Ca.
Hal A. Kroeger – Hal is the founding partner and Chairman of TowerHill Wealth Management. The Company was founded initially to assist him in managing the proceeds of the sale of Distribix, one of the country’s largest paper distributors, to what is now Unisource. Hal responded to the requests of other families to assist in allocating and investing assets through the use of multi-manager investment vehicles. Hal’s community activates currently include the chairmanship of the International Center for Tropical Ecology; he is also a board trustee for the Missouri Botanical Garden and the St. Louis Zoo. He is past chairman of the St. Louis Zoo Museum District, a body covering five major cultural institutions. He has also served as a trustee of several educational institutions. Hal received his B.A. from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School. Source.
Malcolm McNaughton Jr. – Vice President, Board of Directors for Sequoia Healthcare District.
Managing Director, Capital Private Wealth Management Company. Father’s Bio.
Kenneth C. Schley – Vice President of Investments for UBS Financial Services Inc. Ken Schley graduated from Stanford University in 1965 with a degree in history. He held several positions in the financial services sector and professional motor sports before joining Kidder, Peabody in 1977. Over the years, Ken has built a large network of both users and providers of advanced financial services, including areas such as corporate incentive stock options and block trading. He has been a student of capital markets for most of his life and understands how they function in the real world. Source.
John N. Staples – Mr. John N. Staples III is employed at Whittier Trust Company in the position of Head of the San Francisco Advisory Services Department. Mr. Staples is responsible for providing advisory services to individuals, their families, and Trusts for the firm’s San Francisco office. Source.
G. Mitchell Wilk- Mitch Wilk is former commissioner and president of the California Public Utilities Commission, a position he assumed following his service as legislative secretary and then deputy chief of staff to former Governor George Deukmejian. Mr. Wilk subsequently formed Wilk & Associates, Inc., a consultancy specializing in strategic advice to chief executive officers and other senior executives of regulated industries with a focus on independent, sounding-board guidance regarding industry and regulatory change and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, legislation, and media relations. The nationwide clients of Wilk & Associates included major telecommunications and energy utilities, government agencies, and prominent law firms. Mr. Wilk is a military veteran and earned B.S. and MBA degrees in finance from American University in Washington, D.C., where he has also worked as a member of the Congressional staff. Mr. Wilk is a frequent commentator and speaker on regulatory and public affairs issues. Source.

Care Less Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 10
Charles A. Black Jr. – Former chief lobbyist for BKSH & Associates, a lobbying firm associated with Burson-Marsteller. Black also worked for Ronald Reagan’s two Presidential campaigns in 1976 and 1980 and he was a senior political adviser to the 1992 re-election campaign of George H.W. Bush. He served as chief campaign adviser for Senator John McCain in the 2008 Presidential election. Black was a founding partner in lobbying powerhouse Black, Manafort, Stone and Kelly, and its successor BKSH & Associates. During his time there, Black and his partners the firm did work acted as registered foreign agents for a number of controversial regimes and oppositional figures, including Jonas Savimbi, the Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire, Nigerian General Ibrahim Babangida, Somali President Mohamed Siad Barre, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the countries of Kenya and Equatorial Guinea, among others.
Gary H. Bechtel – Chief Lending Officer, Business Partners, LLC Financial Services industry, January 2011 – Present (1 year 6 months). Senior Vice President – Capital Markets Grubb & Ellis Company, Public Company; 5001-10,000 employees; GBE; Commercial Real Estate industry, October 2009 – March 2011 (1 year 6 months). Owner Bechtel Realty Group, LLC, June 2008 – October 2009 (1 year 5 months). Managing Director Hometown Commercial Capital Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Financial Services industry, June 2007 – June 2008 (1 year 1 month). Managing Director Meridian Capital Group Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Real Estate industry, January 2006 – February 2007 (1 year 2 months). Managing Director Johnson Capital, Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Real Estate industry, January 2001 – January 2006 (5 years 1 month). Managing Director FINOVA Capital Corporation Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; Financial Services industry, January 1997 – June 2000 (3 years 6 months). Managing Director FINOVA Realty Capital Public Company; 1001-5000 employees;Financial Services industry, January 1997 – June 2000 (3 years 6 months). Vice President Johnson Capital Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Real Estate industry January 1994 – January 1997 (3 years 1 month). Vice President Pacific Southwest Realty Services, Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Real Estate industry, January 1990 – January 1994 (4 years 1 month).Vice President, Alison Company 1986 – 1989 (3 years). Source.
John Philip Coghlan- Board Member at Whittier Trust Company, Partner at Seraph Group, Board Chair at KIPP Bay Area Schools, Board member at Life360, Board member at Glide Foundation. Former President and CEO of Visa USA. Former Vice Chairman of the Charles Schwab Corporation. Seeking Fortune 1500 public or private company Board role in consumer products, business products, financial services. Seasoned general manager with extensive experience in building profitable businesses serving retail clients or businesses–through accelerating growth, in turnaround situations involving restructuring or repositioning, and via acquisitions and their integration. Willing to travel or relocate. Substantial background in many areas of financial services, including: brokerage, wealth management, retirement services, corporate trust, and payments, including credit and debit cards, payment processing. Interest in health care, specifically electronic health records, real-time claims adjudication, and facilitating payments. Skilled in coaching and developing talent. Source.
David E. Cunningham- David E. Cunningham is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego and is an affiliate of the Centre for the Study of Civil War at the Peace Research Institute Oslo. His research focuses on civil war, conflict bargaining, and international security. He is the author of Barriers to Peace in Civil Wars, which was published by Cambridge University Press, as well as articles in the American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, and Journal of Peace Research. Source. There is a profile listing a man of the same name/initial as a physicist at the Gettysburg Cancer Center but located in Maryland. Mostly confirmed.
Alan D. Harley – Dr. Alan D Harley, MD is a male with 40 years of medical experience and practices in Ophthalmology. Oakland, Ca.
Stephen C. Kimball – Stephen C. Kimball is a founding partner in Sessions & Kimball LLP. He has been with Sessions & Kimball LLP since 1996 and has been an attorney for over 20 years. His emphasis is in litigation and has been a successful lead trial attorney in numerous jury and court trials and arbitrations throughout Southern California. He has handled cases valued in excess of $500 million. Source.
Stephen Michael Kuhn- Vice President, Operations, Balfour Sevan (multi site program management company). Stephan M. Kuhn, CPA: He is a native San Diegan graduating with honors from the University of San Diego in 1979. He worked for a regional accounting firm in San Diego before starting his own firm in 1984. He expanded this Mission Valley firm to the 15th largest in San Diego County. Mr. Kuhn has over 30 years of public accounting experience specializing in taxation. He is the firm’s managing partner and is also in charge of the firm’s business consulting services. Mr. Kuhn is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Source. Source 2.
Louis C. Lenzen – An attorney specializing in the mediation and arbitration of international commercial disputes. Member on the Council of Foreign Relations. Member of the 1746 Society. Source. Source 2.
Rick Pedley – President at PK Safety Supply. Source.
Warren Van Genderen – Founding principal, has served as president and CEO of a number of private and public companies. These businesses spanned many industries including financial services, land, high technology, entertainment, and communications. Warren was president and a director of I.S.I. Corporation, a financial service company including life reinsurance and mutual fund management, and later served as president and a director of Patten Corporation (NYSE), the largest seller and financier of recreational land in the U.S. Warren is a director of Northwest Life Insurance of Canada, Northwest
Life Insurance of America, Industrial Finishing, L.L.C., Private Asset Management, NCF Communications, Best Western Land, and NCF Financial. Warren has a BS degree in mechanical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Harvard University. Source.
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Interesting notes – Though less than twenty camps have so far been organized on this website, there are still a few interesting patterns beginning to merge. Some may hold true and some may not but I think it is a valid point to start making note of these as we go along.
• The majority of the humans recorded thus far own are Caifornian. Many degrees from Californian schools, practice in California or are otherwise based in California.
• The so called “Super Lawyer” award seems prominent for Bohemian Grove lawyers. It would be interesting to see if there was such an award given to non Bohemian Grove award winners.
• Opthamology is thus far the most represented from the Bohemian Grove Doctors.
• There is indeed a correlation between foreign relations and Bohemian Grove businesses, as strongly suggested by this camp and likely reinforced with other camps. Charles Black is very involved in foreign affairs and especially Africa while Louis Lenzen is a member of the CFR and was on the taskforce for Promoting U.S. Economic Relations with Africa. So why then is Rick Pedley, the owner of a third generation safety supply company hanging out with the two aforementioned? In addition to what may be multiple reasons, he is getting contracts that may just be through the virtue of Grove Membership, in Africa. It pays to know powerful people and there is certainly circumstantial evidence to support, by association, the idea that their decisions are intended to benefit each other first and foremost.

Caveman Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.
Members – 21
Haig G. Mardikian- Owner of Haig G. Mardikian Enterprises, a real estate investment business (1971-present); a General Partner of M&B Development, a real estate investment business (1983-present); President and Director of Adiuvana-Invest, Inc., a real estate investment business (1989-present); Director of The Walnut Management Company, a privately held family investment management company (2008-present). He is a past President and is a Director of the Foundation of City College of San Francisco (2006-present); President of The William Saroyan Foundation (1992-present), and a Director of the Near East Foundation (2007-present). He also presently serves as Chairman of the Board and Director of the Forward Funds, a mutual fund company.
He has served as the Chairman and Director of SIFE Equities Trust Fund, sold to Wells Fargo Bank in 2002, and Managing Director of the United Broadcasting Company, sold to American Radio Systems in 1996.
In other civic activities, he has served as a trustee of Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, and as Vice Chairman of the Commission on California State Government & Economy and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency Commission. He is a former director and president of the Downtown Association of San Francisco and the Market Street Association, and a Director of the International House at the University of California, Berkeley, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and the San Francisco Visitors & Convention Bureau. Haig also served as past president of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association and Better Business Bureau of San Francisco. He is a former advisor to the California Civil Liberties Public Education Fund and a member of the San Francisco Charter Revision Commission.
He has a BA from Trinity College and an MBA from Harvard University. Source.
Martin Carl Anderson- After serving as director of policy research for the 1968 Presidential campaign of Richard Nixon, Anderson was Special Assistant to the President from 1969 to 1970, and then, from 1970 to 1971, “Special Consultant to the President of the United States for Systems Analysis.” It was through his recommendation that Alan Greenspan began his career in government. He is also widely credited with helping to end military conscription in the United States. He was a senior policy adviser to the Reagan presidential campaigns of 1976 and 1980, and under President Ronald Reagan he served as the chief domestic policy advisor from 1981 to 1982, and then as a member of the President’s Economic Policy Advisory Board from 1982 to 1989. Under President George H.W. Bush, Anderson served as a member of the President’s General Advisory Committee on Arms Control from 1987 to 1993. Anderson was a trustee of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation from 1985–90 and a member of the California Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers from 1993–98. A senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University since 1971, he was named Keith and Jan Hurlbut Senior Fellow there in 1998. Source.
Orley Clark Ashenfelter – Professor of economics at Princeton University and also the director of the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University. His areas of specialization include labor economics, econometrics, and law and economics. Born in San Francisco, Ashenfelter attended Claremont McKenna Men’s College. has been director of the Office of Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labor, a Guggenheim Fellow, and the Benjamin Meeker Visiting Professor at the University of Bristol. He was awarded the Frisch Medal in 1982. He is a recipient of the IZA Prize in Labor Economics, the Mincer Award for Lifetime Achievement of the Society of Labor Economists, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Society of Labor Economics, and a Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Source.
J. Dennis Bonney – Served Chevron Corporation in various capacities from 1960 to 1987, including Vice President with responsibilities for worldwide logistics and trading, international production, corporate planning, European refining and marketing, Indonesian oil exploration and production and diversified investments. Mr.Bonney retired from Chevron Corporation in 1995, where he served as Vice Chairman of the Board from 1987 to 1995 and as Director from 1986 to 1995. From 1987 until his retirement in 1995, Mr. Bonney was responsible for worldwide oil and gas exploration and production. He has been a Director of Alumax Inc. since 1996 and is a Member of Audit and Human Resources and Compensation Committees. Mr. Bonney is a Director of Aeromovel USA, Inc. He served as a Director of United Meridian Corp. since May 1996. Source.
Terry Considine – CEO of AIMCO, an American real estate investment trust that he helped found through various acquisitions and mergers. He attended Harvard University for his undergraduate degree and later returned to Harvard for law school. He is also a former Republican member of the Colorado state Senate, having served from 1987 until 1992. Considine was the primary organizer of Coloradans Back in Charge, a grassroots initiative that led to Colorado being the first state to impose term limits on the governor, state legislature and congressional delegation. He left the state Senate early in 1992 to pursue the open seat in the United States Senate created by the decision of Democrat Tim Wirth to forgo a bid for a second term. Considine was defeated in the 1992 general election by Democrat Ben Nighthorse Campbell. Campbell later became a Republican while still in office and was re-elected as a Republican in 1998. Considine is a son-in-law of former Georgia U.S. Representative Howard “Bo” Callaway (born 1927). He is listed as member of the Leadership Council of the conservative Club for Growth which funds Tea Party and other Republican candidates and provides advertising and policy promotions for Republicans without naming a specific candidate through its 527 operations. Source.
David Davenport – Counselor to the director and a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. He specializes in international law and treaties, constitutional federalism, and American politics and law. Davenport is the former president of Pepperdine University. Davenport cofounded Common Sense California and the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership. He also serves on the board of California Forward, a bipartisan reform group, and was a member of Governor Schwarzenegger’s California Performance Review Commission. Davenport is a member of several corporate and nonprofit boards as well. His work on policy appears in a number of places, including regular radio commentaries on the Salem Radio Network and Townhall.com (where he is a contributing editor), as well as frequent newspaper columns in the San Francisco Chronicle. He has contributed chapters to Hoover books on values in a free society and legal threats to American values. He has also authored articles in Policy Review on “The New Diplomacy” and “The Politics of Literacy.” Davenport is a popular public speaker, currently serving as a world affairs lecturer for Crystal Cruises. Davenport earned a B.A. with distinction in international relations from Stanford University and a J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law, where he was elected to Order of the Coif and earned national and international awards in moot court competitions. Source.
Edwin J. Feulner Jr. – President of the Heritage Foundation, American conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C. Heritage’s stated mission is to “formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense”. The foundation took a leading role in the conservative movement during the presidency of Ronald Reagan, whose policies drew significantly from Heritage’s policy study Mandate for Leadership. Heritage has since continued to have a significant influence in U.S. public policy making, and is considered to be one of the most influential conservative research organizations in the United States. Source. Source 2.
Maurice R. Greenberg – Former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), which was the world’s 18th largest public company and its largest insurance and financial services corporation. He is currently chairman and CEO of C.V. Starr & Co., Inc. (C.V. Starr), a diversified financial services firm that is named for the founder of AIG, Cornelius Vander Starr. He joined C.V. Starr as Vice President in 1960 and was given the additional responsibilities of President of American Home Assurance Company in 1962. He was elected Director of C.V. Starr in 1965, Chairman and Chief Executive officer in 1968 and continues in that role. Greenberg is the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Managing Director of Starr International Company Inc., and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Starr International USA, Inc. (Starr International USA). C.V. Starr and Starr International USA are collectively known as Starr Companies. Source.
Thomas H. Henriksen- Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and the U.S. Joint Special Operations University. Dr. Henriksen specializes in U.S. foreign policy, defense issues, and counter-insurgencies. He has authored or edited fourteen books or lengthy monographs and scores of articles. He is Palgrave’s Series Editor for its new series American Foreign Policy in the 21st century. He also concentrates on armed and covert interventions abroad.

Michael B. Howard- Lawyer with degrees for MicroBiology and BioChemistry. Member of Miles and Stockbridge P.C.’s Labor and Employment practice group. Mike regularly litigates federal and state claims of workplace harassment, retaliation, and failure to accommodate disabilities in federal and state court. Mike also litigates and provides advice in the areas of state and federal wage and hour law, FMLA compliance, workplace harassment and violence prevention, independent contractor status including the Maryland Workplace Fraud Act, and reductions in force and the Warn Act. Mike regularly drafts severance agreements and releases, Executive employment agreements, commission agreements, employee handbooks, and vacation and leave policies. Mike’s traditional labor experience includes negotiating collective bargaining agreements, supervising elections, and providing advice regarding campaigning during an election period. Mike has significant experience litigating wage and hour class and collective actions, including claims alleging misclassification of employees as exempt from state and federal minimum wage and overtime laws and allegations of failure to pay travel time and on-call time. Mike regularly works with health care and retail pharmacy clients to assist them with managing their workforce and reducing risk from human variables, such as harassment and discrimination, and from operational challenges, such as wage and hour compliance and workplace safety. He also assists construction clients manage their obligations under the Davis Bacon Act’s prevailing wage and fringe benefit requirements and new state laws targeting certain industries that classify employees as independent contractors. Source.
Robert Langholz – Director and Secretary of Bryan Apparel Corp. (Importer/Manufacturer of Clothing), Vice President of Diamond Leasing (Passenger Car Leasing), Partner at Holarud Building Co. (Commercial Building Operations), Vice President and Director at Laru Property Management (Private Real Estate). Odd and Recent inclusion into this camp. Seems to be mostly based in Tulsa, OK and contributed to the “Romney For President Exploratory Commission back in 2007. Source.
Edwin Meese III – Attorney, law professor, and author who served in official capacities within the Ronald Reagan Gubernatorial Administration (1967–1974), the Reagan Presidential Transition Team (1980), and the Reagan White House (1981–1985), eventually rising to hold the position of the 75th Attorney General of the United States (1985–1988). He currently holds fellowships and chairmanships with several public policy councils and think tanks, including the Constitution Project and The Heritage Foundation. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He currently sits on the National Advisory Board of Center for Urban Renewal and Education. Source.
David K. Newbigging – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Jardine Matheson & Co. from 1975 until his retirement in 1983. Mr. Newbigging served as Senior Managing Director of Jardine, Matheson & Co. Limited, a Hong Kong-based international trading, industrial and financial services group, from 1975 to 1983. Mr. Newbigging has been Chairman of the Board of Talbot Underwriting Ltd., since December 2003. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Faupel Trading Group PLC and Equitas Reinsurance Limited. He served as Chairman of the Board of Thistle Hotels PLC. Mr. Newbigging served as Chairman of the Board of Friends Provident PLC, a United Kingdom-based life assurance and asset management company from 1998 to May 26, 2004. He served as Chairman of the Board of Equitas Holdings Limited, the parent company of a group of reinsurance companies based in the United Kingdom, from 1995 to 1998. Mr. Newbigging was the Chairman of the Board of Rentokil Group PLC, an international support services company based in the United Kingdom, from 1987 to 1994. He is also Chairman of The Council of Trustees of the Mission to Seafarers. He served as the Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Cancer Research UK. He has been Deputy Chairman of Benchmark Group PLC since October 30, 1996. He served as Deputy Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Cancer Research UK. Mr. Newbigging has been a Director of Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. since 1996, which is a General Partner of Merrill Lynch Preferred Capital Trust I, II, III, IV, V and VI and Merrill Lynch Preferred Funding LP I, II, III, IV, V and VI. Mr. Newbigging has been a Director of Paccar Inc., since 1999. He serves as a Director of Ocean Energy, Inc. Mr. Newbigging serves as a Director of Benchmark Group PLC and a Member of the Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee. Mr. Newbigging is a member of the Supervisory Board of DAF Trucks NV of Eindhoven, The Netherlands, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Paccar Inc. Mr. Newbigging served as a Director of United Meridian Corp. since August 1987. Mr. Newbigging served as a Director of Thistle Hotels PLC from March 25, 1999 to May 10, 2003. Mr. Newbigging served as an Independent Director of Friends Provident PLC from April 2001 to May 26, 2004. EIR’s Dope, Inc. called him “the most powerful man in Hong Kong today.” Source.
Charles G. Palm – Former Deputy Director of the Hoover Institution.
Stephen J. Ryan- Ophthalmology. President, Doheny Eye Institute, Grace and Emery Beardsley Chair of Ophthalmology, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Home Secretary, Institute of Medicine Council. Dr. Ryan is Home Secretary of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of The National Academy of Sciences (2005-present). He was previously Chairman of the IOM Membership Committee. He is the Executive Vice President of The National Academies Corporation (TNAC). Dr. Ryan served as Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology of the University of Southern California (USC) from 1974 to 1995. He served as Dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC from 1991 to 2004 and as Senior Vice President of USC from 1993 to 2004. He currently holds the Grace and Emery Beardsley Chair and is the Distinguished Professor of Ophthalmology. From 1982 to 1985, he was a Member of the NIH National Advisory Eye Council (NAEC) and subsequently Chair of the Retina Panel for the NAEC. From 1975 to 1979, Dr. Ryan served as a Member of the Visual Sciences “A” Study Section in the Division of Research Grants at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). An internationally recognized expert in the field of retinal diseases and ocular trauma, Dr. Ryan has provided congressional testimony on numerous occasions for more than 25 years in support of the NIH and the National Eye Institute. Dr. Ryan is a member of numerous ophthalmologic organizations and has served as President of a number of them. As a Board member of the International Council of Ophthalmology, Dr. Ryan has organized and chaired the Scientific Program Committee for the last three World Ophthalmology Congresses. He is President of the International Council of Ophthalmology Foundation. Source.
Kenneth W. Starr – Served as a federal Court of Appeals judge and also at another time as Solicitor General. He received the most publicity for his tenure as Independent Counsel while Bill Clinton was U.S. president. Starr was initially appointed to investigate the suicide death of deputy White House counsel Vince Foster and the Whitewater real estate investments of Bill Clinton. The three-judge panel charged with administering the Independent Counsel Act later expanded the inquiry into numerous areas including an extramarital affair that Bill Clinton had with Monica Lewinsky. After several years of investigation Starr filed the Starr Report which alleged that Bill Clinton had lied about existence of the affair during a sworn deposition. The allegation opened the door for the impeachment of Bill Clinton and the five-year suspension of Clinton’s law license. Starr currently serves as the president of Baylor University in Waco, Texas and is on the board of trustees at the Baylor College of Medicine. Source.
No stranger to conspiracy theorists, Kenneth Starr is a recent addition to this camp and very involved with several Bill Clinton controversy’s. His inclusion within the Grove seems to lend some legitimacy to these claims.
Robert J. Swain – Director, OYO Geospace Corporation, Swain currently serves as chairman of the Coalition of Professional and Scientific Associations in support of the National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program. He also has served on the boards of directors of several corporations, Board of overseers Hoover Inst.
John Brian Taylor – Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University, and the George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Economics at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. In research published in 1979 and 1980 he developed a model of price and wage setting—called the staggered contract model—which served as an underpinning of a new class of empirical models with rational expectations and sticky prices—sometimes called new Keynesian models. In a 1993 paper he proposed the Taylor rule, intended as a recommendation about how nominal interest rates should be determined, which then became a rough summary of how central banks actually do set them. He has been active in public policy, serving as the Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs during the first term of the George W. Bush Administration. His book Global Financial Warriors chronicles this period. He was a member of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors during the George H. W. Bush Administration and Senior Economist at the Council of Economic Advisors during the Ford and Carter Administrations. Source.
Dan King Thomasson – Dan King Thomasson has long been known as “the lean gray wolf” of investigative journalism. He is a trustee of Franklin College, a member of the National Public Affairs Council for Indiana University, a member of the board of advisors of Ohio University School of Journalism at Georgetown University and of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Thomasson also serves as president of the Raymond Clapper Foundation and vice president and trustee of the Scripps Howard Foundation. He is a member of the Gridiron Club (president in 1992) and the National Press Club. His awards include election to the Washington Journalism Hall of Fame.
Morley P. Thompson – Appointed President of Baldwin Piano Company in 1970. Having graduated from the Harvard Business School in 1950, Thompson had started out as a door-to-door piano salesman. His skill at shuffling money among subsidiaries to limit corporate taxes and generate acquisition funds won him a reputation as a financial “wizard.” Thompson would not be satisfied with a mere sideline in finance; he wanted to fashion a major conglomerate out of the nation’s largest keyboard company. Under his guidance, Baldwin acquired literally dozens of financial services firms in the 1970s and early 1980s. At its peak, the company controlled over 200 insurance companies, savings and loan institutions, and investment firms. Some of its larger deals included a 1977 merger with Cincinnati investment company United Corp. to form Baldwin-United Corp. and the October 1981 acquisition of Sperry & Hutchinson, best known for its “S&H Green Stamps.” Baldwin’s most popular financial product was the single-premium deferred annuity (SPDA), a life insurance policy that amassed interest tax-free until withdrawals began. From 1980 to 1983, Baldwin sold 165,000 of these policies, or over $4 billion worth, at interest rates of at least 7.5 percent and up to 14.5 percent. By 1982, keyboard instruments constituted a mere three percent of Baldwin-United’s $3.6 billion revenues. Although Thompson employed a complex array of transactions to maximize income and minimize costs, several factors fouled up his plans. Fundamentally, the company was paying higher interest rates than it was earning on its own investments. Thompson’s fiscal juggling allowed the company to generate tax credits on the losses, but with little profit against which to count those credits, Thompson began to register some tax credits as profits in 1979. In the absence of net income at his own companies, Thompson set out on a quest to acquire companies with positive cash flow. In March 1982, Baldwin acquired Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp. (MGIC), a Wisconsin-based residential mortgage insurer that ranked at the top of its field. Baldwin-United took out nearly $600 million in short-term loans from eight banks to help pay the $1.2 billion price tag. When MGIC’s profits slid more than 20 percent, Thompson started siphoning liquid assets from insurance subsidiaries’ reserve funds to service the debt, a move that drew the attention of insurance regulators in three states. Source.
James Q. Wilson- Deceased March 02, 2012. American academic, political scientist, and an authority on public administration. A Ronald Reagan Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine University and a senior fellow at the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College, he was a co-author of the 1982 article introducing the broken windows theory. He was a Professor of Government at Harvard. Wilson was a former chairman of the White House Task Force on Crime (1966), of the National Advisory Commission on Drug Abuse Prevention (1972–73) and a member of the Attorney General’s Task Force on Violent Crime (1981), the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (1985–90), and the President’s Council on Bioethics. He was a former president of the American Political Science Association. He served on the board of directors for the New England Electric System (now National Grid USA), Protection One, RAND, and State Farm Mutual Insurance. He was the chairman of the Council of Academic Advisors of the American Enterprise Institute. Wilson was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society, and a member of the International Council of the New York-based Human Rights Foundation. Source.
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This is the camp for the Hoover Institute though not all of the members are associated with Hoover. There are, however, some very interesting aspects. This group contains yet another ophthamologist and one wonders why eye doctors are so far the most popular field in medicine for the Grove. Kenneth Starr’s inclusion into the Grove is very interesting as well.

Cliff Dwellers Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 20

Mark W. Cleary – Director for Anne Cleary Kerns, LLC, Director for Celtic Golf Management and President for Clemco Services Corp. Current Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bradford in Yorkshire. He took over in 2007 after the previous chancellor, Chris Taylor, retired after 5 years in the position. Cleary earned his Ph.D. in Geography from Jesus College, Cambridge. In 1980 Cleary took a lecturing post at the University of Exeter. In 1989 he became Senior Lecturer at the University of Brunei Darussalam. After spending 1992 at the University of Waikato, New Zealand, Cleary was appointed Senior Lecturer in Geography at the University of Plymouth in 1994, being promoted to Reader in Human Geography in 1995 and Professor of Human Geography four years later. In 2003 he was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Business at the University of Plymouth and assumed his Deputy Vice-Chancellor role there in 2004. After the Vice Chancellor of Plymouth was killed in a freak weather accident in January 2007, Cleary was appointed Acting Vice Chancellor, a post he held until he became Vice Chancellor at the University of Bradford. As Vice Chancellor of Bradford University, Cleary has announced his intentions to dock the pay of academics who take part in sanctions. Source.
Patrick Louis Nalley – British entrepreneur and specialist consultant, widely acknowledged as the ‘founding father’ of modern sports marketing and a principal pioneer of today’s sports business industry. Founded the West Nally Group as a public relations agency. Source.
Michael P. Bradley – Northern California Super Lawyer since 2004. A founding member of Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney, Michael Bradley serves as the firm’s managing director. Mr. Bradley is an experienced and accomplished trial lawyer. He was President of the San Francisco Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) in 2011. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has tried over 40 cases to jury verdict. Mr. Bradley has been recognized by the California State Bar of Legal Specialization as a certified specialist in legal malpractice law. Mr. Bradley was named one of California’s premier legal malpractice trial lawyers in California Lawyer magazine as well as a Super Lawyer of Northern California. He is regularly called on to represent some of the best lawyers and firms in California. Mr. Bradley is rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, its highest rating. Mr. Bradley recently represented an Academy Award winning sound studio, obtaining an eight figure judgment against its insurer. In addition to a very active trial practice, Mr. Bradley has represented founders in their corporate initial public offering and has provided legal counseling in corporate business matters, including franchising, trademarks, real estate, licensing, employment, and securities. He has represented clients on multimillion dollar business purchases, including golf courses, software ventures, hotels and power plants; and has negotiated and drafted various corporate business contracts, including licensing, employment contracts, and joint venture agreements. Mr. Bradley serves as national trial counsel for a major mass tort defendant. Source.
Richard J. Bradley – Founder of R J Bradley Inc in Westwood, MA is a private company categorized under Industrial Machine Parts. Our records show it was established in 1967 and incorporated in Massachusetts. Dr. Bradley has more than 30 years of experience in regional accreditation. He served as CEO of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is regarded as a national leader in addressing accreditation issues facing today’s colleges and universities. He consults with many institutions of higher education and facilitates self study processes as well as substantive change approvals and requirements through out the United States and overseas. In addition, he has served as Chairman of the National Study of School Evaluation (NSSE) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)-Committee on School/College Relations. He was a member and Chairman of the Council of Regional School Accrediting Commissions (CORSAC) and sits on the U.S. Department of State Schools Advisory Committee. Dr. Bradley is a leader in promoting accreditation for schools and colleges around the world and participated in School Study Missions in Easter/Western Europe, former Soviet Union and China. Dr. Bradley earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University and was a John Hay Fellow at Williams College. Three colleges recognized his accomplishments and presented him with honorary Doctoral degrees. Source.
John Kendrick Callander – Orthopedic Surgeon. John Callander Md Inc in San Francisco, CA is a private company categorized under Doctors, Physicians and Surgeons. Our records show it was established in and incorporated in California. Source.
Paul Jacques Felton – Managing member of Thv Management, L.L.C.., Investment Managment. Trellis Health Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in late stage investments. It prefers to invest in the health care industry with a focus on information systems and services, medical technology, and health services and specialty pharmaceuticals. Trellis Health Ventures was founded in 1998 by Mr. Paul Felton and is based in San Francisco, California. Source.
Gregory Grant Flynn – Founder of Apple American Group LLC, the largest franchisee of Applebee’s Restaurants. Source.
Robert H. Goldsmith- Mr. Goldsmith is a Managing Member of the firm of G&M Realty Ventures, LLC. The firm draws on his forty-plus years of active experience in all aspects of commercial real estate.Mr Goldsmith entered the field in 1967 as a Business Development Representative with Dillingham Corporation of California where he worked on the large North Waterfront Development in San Francisco, currently Levi Plaza. He was hired in 1969 by The Ron Kaufman Companies to work in development and property management. The company specialized in the rehabilitation and conversion of San Francisco historical properties, typically from warehouses to office/computer facilities. In 1971 F.P. Lathrop, founder of F.P. Lathrop Construction Company, hired Mr. Goldsmith to create a real estate entity to acquire and develop a portfolio of properties. Over the ensuing years, the portfolio grew from 180,000 square feet to over 1,250,000 square feet with a value of approximately $130,000,000. In 1976 the partnership of Goldsmith and Lathrop was formed not only to manage the portfolio of Lathrop Properties, but also to acquire and develop other properties, and to provide real estate services to the general market. The overall portfolio grew to approximately 2,000,000 square feet. In 1997 the portfolio was acquired by Speiker Properties and became part of their REIT. At the time, the purchase was the largest single acquisition for Speiker Properties and the largest UPREIT on the West Coast. Since 1997, Mr. Goldsmith has been involved in providing consulting services to both public and private clients, as well as, acquiring and developing additional properties. Recent projects include industrial projects in Hayward and Sacramento and, a 98 unit apartment complex in Richland, Washington. In total, Mr Goldsmith has been involved in the acquisition, development, marketing and management of over 2,000,000 square feet of space. He has negotiated over 2,000 transactions and has been intimately involved in virtually all aspects of commercial real estate. Mr Goldsmith is a graduate of the School of Business Administration at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a licensed real estate broker in the State of California. Source.
Stuart M. Gordon- Stuart M. Gordon founded Gordon & Rees in 1974 with Donald W. Rees. Mr. Gordon has handled numerous matters involving pharmaceutical and medical device cases, business, real estate, general litigation and legal malpractice defense. As one of the principal trial attorneys and negotiators in the firm, he has tried more than 50 jury and non-jury cases to verdict and has mediated and settled several thousand cases. He acted as the managing partner of the firm for 23 years and then as financial partner, guiding it from a small firm of three attorneys to a civil litigation and business transactions firm of nearly 500 lawyers in 26 offices throughout the U.S. Source.
Robert C. Harris Jr. – Member of Capinova’s investment committee. Bob is a Partner and a founding member of Stone Key Partners. Prior to Stone Key, Bob was a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns where he was Vice Chairman, Head of the Technology Group and Co-Head of the Global Technology, Media and Telecom Group. In addition, Bob initiated and helped build Bear Stearns’ technology investment banking efforts in India and China. Prior to joining Bear Stearns in 1998, Bob was the founder of Unterberg Harris, a successful technology focused full service investment bank with advisory services, sales and trading, research and retail capabilities. In addition, Bob co-managed the firm’s highly successful venture capital funds. Previously, Bob was a General Partner, Managing Director and a Member of the Board of Directors of Alex. Brown & Sons, where he also established the firm’s West Coast operations. Bob started his investment banking career at Robertson Colman & Stephens in 1978 after beginning his business career in the finance department at Standard Oil Company of California (Chevron). Bob is well known in the technology sector and has advised many of the industry leaders across all the major areas of technology, including: Microsoft, Oracle, Novell, Fair Isaac, TIBCO in software; EMC, Seagate, Quantum, Conner Peripherals in storage; IBM, HP, Sun Microsystems, Silicon Graphics, Cray in systems; Cisco, JDS Uniphase, Network Equipment Technologies, Newbridge Networks, 3Com, Octel in communications; Intel, Cypress Semi., C-Cube, DSP Communications, Standard Micro, Sigma Designs, Zoran in semiconductors; KLA, ASMI, Matison, Veco in semiconductor equipment; Cadence, Mentor Graphics, Daisy in EDA software; Jabil, Flextronics, Solectron, NamTai Electronics in contract manufacturing; Activision, Electronic Arts, Take-Two Software in entertainment software; Digital River, N2K, TiVo, NBCi, CNET, Engage in the Consumer/Internet; and many others in each sector. Bob has served on numerous public and private Boards of Directors and has also served in the US Army. Source.
L. Scott Hoopes – Broker-Dealer Agent for J.P. Morgan Securities Llc. Source.
Donald R. Krohn – Don has been the managing partner since the 1970 inception of the firm. He has forty years of public accounting experience and has been responsible for audits and reviewed financial statements, and tax requirements of clients in the leasing, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, distribution, and professional service industries. Don has also acted as an expert witness and has presented testimony regarding accounting, security and tax matters before various courts and the Securities and Exchange Commission, and has provided litigation support in cases involving business contracts, determination of losses and marital litigation.
Tax Planning for high net worth individuals and families and their related trusts, corporations, partnerships and LLC’s, Strategic tax and financial planning,Management and financial reporting
Personal financial and estate planning for individuals, Audited and unaudited financial engagements
Representation during tax audits, Professional/Civic Affiliations, Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Member, Taxation Division (Partnerships, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member, California Society of Certified Public Accountants
Member of Boards of Directors and Adviser to food sales and processing, manufacturing , hi-tech marine research, leasing, and real estate and investment companies and formerly a bank director
Former chairman and member, Lafayette Park and Recreation Commission. Source.
John R. Landgraf – Dr. John R. Landgraf is Director of the Samaritan Counseling Center in Palo Alto, California. Formerly President of Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, John is a popular conference and workshop leader. He’s an author, working on his fourth book, and in addition to his degrees in theology and psychology, holds a degree in music and is an accomplished pianist and composer. Source.
Alan C. Mendelsen – Alan Mendelson has been a partner in the Silicon Valley office since May 2000 and is the Co-chair of the firm’s Emerging Companies Practice and Life Sciences Industry Groups. Mr. Mendelson’s practice is primarily targeted toward the representation of emerging and public growth companies, with strong emphasis on companies in the life sciences industry. He has handled and supervised a variety of major business transactions, including venture capital financings, private placements and public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other strategic collaborations and commercial transactions. From 2009 to 2011, Mr. Mendelson served as President of the Cal Alumni Association. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Regents of the University of California, the Board of Trustees of The Scripps Research Institute, the Board of Trustees of the UC Berkeley Foundation and the Board of Advisors for the UC Berkeley Department of Chemistry. From 2005 to 2011, Mr. Mendelson served on the Board of Directors of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and is currently a member of the BayBio Board of Directors. He serves as the corporate secretary for many public and private companies. Previously, Mr. Mendelson served as the President of the National Kidney Foundation of Northern California, Inc. and as a member of the Board of Overseers Visiting Committee of Harvard Law School. He currently serves as a member of the Major Gifts Council for the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health and as a member of the Board of the American Friends of Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel. Since 1993, Mr. Mendelson has been listed in editions of The Best Lawyers in America and IPO Vital Signs. In August 2011, Mr. Mendelson was named by the Daily Journal as one of the top 25 biotech attorneys in California. Mr. Mendelson was also recognized as one of America’s 100 most influential lawyers in the 1994, 1997, 2000 and 2006 editions of the National Law Journal. In addition, he is listed as one of the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business in Chambers Global and Chambers US. In March 2010, Mr. Mendelson was honored at the annual Salute to Excellence dinner sponsored by the American Liver Foundation for those who have made an outstanding contribution to biotechnology and medical innovation. In 2012, the Cal Alumni Association recognized him for his “Excellence in Service” to UC Berkeley. Source.
Kenneth E. Milam – Kenneth E. Milam was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 1969. His experience includes: Lead Counsel for multiple public school districts in Mississippi, during the state’s only teachers strike; Lead Counsel for the American Truckers Association’s constitutional challenge to constitutionality of ERISA restriction for multi-employer pension plans and Lead Counsel in successfully defeating an extension of liability to individual managers and supervisors under Mississippi’s at-will employment law. Kenneth has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for the past 20 years and was awarded the Bronze Star for his service to our country as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army in Vietnam. Source.
Daniel Buntin Murray – Daniel B Murray in Belvedere Tibrn, CA is a private company categorized under Management Services. Established in 2001 and incorporated in California. Source. Source 2.
—–Not much information on this guy and someone else is wondering who he is, finding only what I have been able to find. Interesting Source.
Mark W. Perry – General Partner at New Enterprise Associates (NEA). Mr. Perry joined NEA as a Consultant in October 1995 and became a General Partner in 1996. He focuses on investments in information technology, energy technology, enterprise infrastructure and services, and electronics. From April 1994 to December 1995, Mr. Perry served as the President and Chief Executive Officer and then as the Chairman of Viewstar Corporation. From 1985 to 1994, he was an Executive at Silicon Graphics Inc., the Vice Chairman (1992 to 1994) responsible for worldwide field operations, an Executive Vice President (1988 to 1991) responsible for the product division, and the Vice President of Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer (1985 to 1987). Prior to this, Mr. Perry was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Sonoma Vineyards and a Partner at Arthur Young & Company. He serves as a Director of Nevis Networks Inc. since July 18, 2005. He serves as a Director of Cariocas, Inc., Comstellar Technologies, Inc., CreekPath Systems, Inc., NEA-IndoUS Ventures, LLC, Technical Communities Inc., New Path Ventures LLC, newScale Inc., ReShape Inc., Leapstone Systems, Interlace Systems, BizFinity, TestMart, Inc., Think3, Inc., Glacier Bay Inc., Huddler, ISG Novasoft Technologies Limited, Alien Technology, ISGN Technologies, Skyline Solar, Inc., NewPath Ventures LLC, and ProStor Systems. Mr. Perry is also a Member of the Board at KQED and SmartTurn Inc. His previous Board Memberships include: Exabyte Corporation, Growth Networks, Hyperion Solutions, Silicon Graphics, Inc., iManage, Magma Design Automation, Convene, Siros Technologies, Cendura Corporation, Silicon Spice, Trading Dynamics, WarpSpeed Communications, and Tivo since January 2003. Mr. Perry was a Director of Magma Design Automation, Inc. since January 2003, Arbor Software Corp. since February 1993 and as a Member of its Audit Committee, and 2Bridge’s since January 1997. He is a C.P.A. in California. Mr. Perry received an M.B.A., with distinction, from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, cum laude, from Amherst College. Source.
Norman A. Spencer M.D. – Ophthalmologist in Maryland. Graduated from Columbia University College Of Physicians And Surgeons.
Jeffrey D. Stein – Unconfirmed.
Liam Tiernan- Began his music career in his native Belfast and formed the legendary group Barleycorn. Their first recording, “The Men Behind the Wire”, landed in the number one slot on the Irish music charts and remained there, staying in the top ten for eighteen months and selling in excess of 3 million copies worldwide. Barleycorn toured Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the United States, performing in major concert halls, clubs and theaters. In 1981 Liam embarked on a solo career, and the last three decades have found him crisscrossing the United States and Canada playing clubs and festivals. His two solo albums, “One for the Ditch” and “Liam Tiernan”, are both highly acclaimed. When not delighting audiences on the road, Liam is kept busy as a proprietor of one of Boston’s finest restaurant-pubs, Tiernan’s, where he is known to sing from time to time. Irish Republican. Source.
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This is a weird group but only because a pattern seems elusive. The Captain (always the first member listed) is from England and the members do seem to have some ties to Europe, ending with an Irishman who now resides in Massachusetts. There is also a theologian, John Landgraf, which would seem contradictory. I have also noticed that some people seem to be elusive and only have links from corporate wiki and/or manta come u p. I think that there is a reason for that though what it is, I don’t know. Mendelsen is a lawyer who represents biotechnology, among other things, but I think the biotechnology is key here especially since this camp contains another Ophthamologist. Further comments and research will occur but please excuse the current brevity as a goal is to get all of the camps accounted

Cool-Nazdar Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals. Members – 23
Stephen B. McAuliffe – founded Trimacs Landscape Maintenance over 35 years ago with the help of his two brothers. On a daily basis, Stephen is very involved in the operation of the business including everything from bidding and hiring, to ordering and accounting. Source. Unconfirmed.
John L. Sullivan Jr. – Super lawyer, North Carolina. Unconfirmed.
John E. Bade Jr. – Senior Vice President of Insurance Subsidiaries for Ohio Casualty Corporation.
Gerald F. Brush Jr.- Investment Advisor, Representative Broker for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.
John W. Chamberlain – Financial Advisor and Planner; CFP for Deutcshe Bank in Costa Mesa, Ca.
Christopher Covington – Founder of Covington Associates. Before founding Covington Associates, Chris was a co-founder and managing partner of Volpe & Covington, a full service technology- and healthcare-focused investment banking firm based in San Francisco. More biotechnology investments. Source.
Doug Drewes – Loan Sales Agent for Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Company. Source.
Robert C. Drewes – Curator of Herpetology for the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, Ca.
Daniel James Duckhorn – B.S., MBA Finance, U.C. Berkeley; Chairman and founder, Duckhorn Wine Co. Source.
George G. Hall – applied mathematician and scientist of distinction, known for original work and contributions to the field of Quantum chemistry. Source. Unconfirmed.
Oliver D. Hamlin III – Oliver D Hamlin Co & Associates, Lafayette, Ca. Source. Source for Oliver D. Hamlin. Source for Oliver D. Hamlin Jr.
John E. Hanson – Principal of Hanson Management Consulting, Hmc Analytical Instrumentation.
Michael H. Machette – Isurance for Crist Elliott Machette Insurance Services in Oakland, Ca.
T.J. McDonald- President and Secretary at T.J. McDonald, Inc. Unconfirmed.
Stephen R. Miller – CCO of BG Medicine, Inc. Unconfirmed.
Frederic C. Nelson – Partner at Nixon Peabody in San Francisco, Ca. Source.
James R. (Reg) Reilly – James R. Reilly is a litigation partner at Gordon & Rees. Source.
Peter Hamlin Rowe M.D. – Nephrology, Board Certified, Graduated 1967, Wake Forest University School Of Medicine, Medical Center Boulevard. Walnut Creek, Ca. Source.
Bernard H. Schulte Jr. – Senior Partner with Lombardy Advisors LLC, a corporate consulting firm he started in 2007. Unconfirmed.
John H. Sears – John H. Sears is a special counsel in the Corporate Practice Group where he specializes in Real Estate and Banking and Finance in the firm’s San Francisco and Palo Alto offices. Source.
Dennis E. Singleton – Chairman of Digital Realty Data Center Solutions. Source.
Robert M. Taylor – Founder and President of the Robert M. Taylor Corporation, DBA The REMM Group, an Accredited Real Estate Management Organization, AMO, as designated by the Institute of Real Estate Management. Source.
David R. Tripaldi – Co-Founder of Tilden Properties. Primary responsibilities include acquisitions, due diligence and new business development. David is a highly-seasoned real estate professional with over 30 years of experience in the business. Prior to forming Tilden Properties, David spent the majority of his career at CB Commercial Real Estate as a Senior Vice President managing the Brokerage Services Division of the Western United States. More recently, David managed the Brokerage Services Group for Grubb and Ellis’ East Bay offices. David received a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Santa Clara University in 1965. Source.

Crossroads Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 14
R. Michael Delagnes – Partner at Delagnes , Linder and Duey, LLP. Mr. Delagnes received his B.S. in Finance from the University of San Francisco, 1969; his M.B.A. in Finance (with honors) from the University of Santa Clara, 1970 and his J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law (McAulliffe Honor Society) in 1973. Mr. Delagnes was admitted to practice law in the State of California, the U. S. Federal Court for the Ninth Ciruit and the Northern District of California in 1973. He was also admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court in 1980 and before the U. S. Supreme Court in 2003. Mr. Delagnes is also a Certified Public Accountant admitted to practice in California in 1988. Mr. Delagnes was with Deloitte Touche LLP and KPMG Peat Marwick & Co. as Tax Manager (1973-1979), and with Frederiksen & Company, CPAs, as Tax Partner (1979-1981). He has served as an Adjunct Professor in the Golden Gate University Masters in Taxation Program and Masters of Law in Taxation Program (1976-1986). He is Co-Founder of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Society and currently sits on the Board of Directors for a number of non-profit and for-profit entities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Delagnes founded the firm in 1981. Source.
Paul A. W. Armstrong – President and CEO, Earthbath, SheaPet. Source.
Roger L. Crumley M.D. – Dr. Roger L. Crumley is a graduate of the University of Iowa Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery Residency Training Program. Following graduation (1975) he joined the faculty of the University of California, San Francisco where he progressed to the level of Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. His research in laryngeal reinnervation earned him the Harris P Mosher Award from the Triological Society in 1981. In October 1987 he accepted the position of Professor & Chief of Division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at UCI Medical Center. and started the Department’s very successful fellowship training program in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Source.
Andrew J. Eberhard – Serves as a senior advisor for Sperry Van Ness, specializing in the sale of retail and multifamily properties throughout Northern California. Eberhard also focuses on the sale of industrial and land properties and has secured more than $110 million in transactions nationwide. Source.
George Elliot- Sr. Loan Specialist at Mission Hills Mortgage. University of Iowa – Henry B. Tippie College of Business BHS. Source.
Stephen V. Imbler – has served as a director of Wavecom since March 2000. He is currently CFO for Nextag, a U.S. consumer internet company. Mr Imbler was President and Chief Operating Officer of Liquid Audio and served on the Board of Directors until April 2003. He previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Hyperion Solutions through the end of 2001, and as Advisor to the company through August 2002. Prior to the 1998 merger between Arbor Software and Hyperion Software that created Hyperion Solutions, Mr Imbler held the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Arbor Software for three years. Mr Imbler previously served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Quick Response Services, Inc. during 1994 through 1995; Vice President, Finance at Oracle Corporation 1987 through 1993; and various positions at Peat Marwick Mitchell (now KPMG) from 1978 to 1987. Mr Imbler received a master’s degree in public accounting from the University of Texas and a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Wichita State University. Source.
Gerald J. Lewis – Retired Court of Appeal Justice. Since 1987, Justice Lewis has been a full time neutral, serving as an Arbitrator, Mediator and Private Judge. He retired from the Fourth District Court where he served for several years. Before the unification of the courts, he sat both on the Municipal and Superior Courts in San Diego County. Justice Lewis was in private practice specializing in complex civil litigation and also served as City Attorney for many years. He eventually got his own trail department where he instituted a case-management system known as the independent calendar system. In the private sector, his areas of expertise include Corporate and Business Disputes, Intellectual Property, Complex Commercial Litigation and Insurance Coverage matters. Source.
Thomas Steward Liles – Owner at Thomas S. Liles Real Estate Appraisal/Consulting.
William John Macdonald – President of Recm, Inc., Electronics Distributor.
Harold B. Mead – Unconfirmed.
Kipp Macqueen Nelson – Partner FlashLight Films. Has an extensive deal making and financing background. Nelson is a former partner of Goldman Sachs & Co. He worked for 20 years in the finance business, 15 years in Europe and 5 years in Asia. After retiring from investment banking he founded an event company, 48Straight, which began as a winter alpine festival of sports, music and other cultural events celebrating mountain lifestyle. It was nationally televised on network TV and ultimately expanded into multiple sports in both summer and winter in 9 different locations. Source.
Thomas B. Reynolds – Attorney At Law. The practice of Thomas B. Reynolds, P.C. is limited to estate planning and taxation, estate administration, probate law, asset protection planning and fiduciary litigation regarding trusts and estates. The firm provides complete estate planning services for individuals, families and companies, typically in the southeastern United States and primarily in Georgia – though the firm does have clients in other parts of the country. The firm focuses on estate planning to discount and freeze asset values and uses income tax planning to improve a client’s income tax result before significant transactions or events. Varieties of wills and trusts improve and often negate estate tax exposure for clients of all levels of net worth. A typical client is a business owner or professional with assets of $3,000,000 to $15,000,000, though the firm has clients with fewer assets. The firm’s largest client has in excess of $600,000,000. Mr. Reynolds has practiced law since 1993. He periodically speaks to investment professionals regarding estate planning. Mr. Reynolds attended Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, graduating with a degree in Economics in 1989. Thereafter, he matriculated at the University of Georgia School of Law and received his law degree in 1992. He earned a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in Taxation at the College of William and Mary in 1993. Mr. Reynolds is admitted to practice law in Georgia and before the Internal Revenue Service. Source.
Robert M. Shields Jr.- has been Chief Executive Officer, Treasure and Chief Financial Officer of Piedmont Mining Co.Inc. since 1983. Mr. Shields serves as President, Principal Accounting Officer and Secretary of Piedmont Mining Co.Inc. Mr. Shields has over 25 years of experience in the exploration and mining industry and has over 35 years of business experience, primarily on Wall Street and as the top executive of a publicly traded gold company. He founded Piedmont Mining Company, Inc. in 1983. He is also a founder of GoldColony.com, a website for the gold community. Mr. Shields served as an Associate with Morgan Stanley & Co. in corporate finance in the early 1970’s and a Security Analyst with Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis in the mid-1960s. He has been Chairman of Piedmont Mining Co.Inc. since 1988 and its Director since 1983. He served as a Director of Solid Resources, Ltd., a Canadian exploration company, from 2004 to 2005. He is a member of the American Geophysical Union, the M.I.T. Enterprise Forum of New York City, the Society of Economic Geologists, the Geological Society of Nevada, the New York Academy of Sciences and the New York Section of The Society of Mining Engineers. He was an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers from 1967 to 1969 and was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain. Mr. Shields graduated Cum Laude and with high distinction in Geology from Dartmouth College in 1960 and received a PhD in Geochemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1965, where he was elected to Sigma Xi, Honorary Scientific Society, and Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society. He also received an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Administration in 1971. Source.
David T. Traitel – David Traitel served as an Executive Vice President of Walker & Ice, Anaheim, Ca. from 1973 to 1975. Mr. Traitel served as Chairman Of The Board and President of Sunbeam Lighting Corp., Los Angeles, Ca. from 1969 to 1972 . Mr. Traitel served as Vice President of Electro Optical Systems Division of Xerox Corp., Los Angeles, Ca, from 1959 to 1969. Mr. Traitel serves as Chairman and Director of Nutro Products, Inc. He is Graduated from the University Of California At Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Ca With an MBA Degree. Source.

Cuckoo’s Nest

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 14
David R. Volk – President and Chief Executive Officer of CDG Therapeutics. Previously, Mr. Volk was a founder and principal of White Oak Advisors, a consulting firm providing financial and strategic advisory services to start-up and emerging growth life sciences companies. Prior to White Oak Advisors, Mr. Volk was managing director and Head of Life Sciences Investment Banking for RBC Capital Markets. In that capacity, Mr. Volk managed an investment banking group which raised private and public growth capital for companies ranging from early-stage through initial public offering and thereafter. Mr. Volk received his B.A. in economics from the University of California at Berkeley, and his MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. Source. More Information on CDG Therapeutics.
Anthony Olds Zanze – Prior to co-founding Hamilton Zanze & Co., Anthony O. Zanze’s experience in real estate included capital markets, asset management, leasing, development, investment and brokerage of multi-family and commercial properties. Immediately prior to the formation of HZ & Co. Tony was with RREEF Real Estate Investment Managers overseeing asset disposition. Before joining RREEF, he was manager of the San Francisco office of GE Capital Real Estate where he was responsible for production of mortgage backed securities, structured finance and equity investments. From 1986 to 1997, Tony was with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company where he originated long term fixed rate loans and joint ventures. Tony began his career as a sales investment broker with Cushman & Wakefield, and holds a BA in Psychology from Dartmouth College and a Master’s Degree in Real Estate from the University of Wisconsin. Tony is a San Francisco native. Source.
Murray G. Bodine- Joined the San Francisco office of Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P. as a Principal in 2004. His responsibilities include merger and acquisition and capital financing advice to banks, thrifts, insurance companies and financial sponsors. Before joining Sandler O’Neill, Mr. Bodine was a partner at JGE Capital Management, a privately-owned hedge fund. Prior to his work at JGE, Mr. Bodine had an 18-year investment banking career working with financial institutions in the Western United States. During that time, he completed over 80 merger and acquisition transactions and was involved in numerous capital financings. His investment banking experience includes Managing Director roles in the San Francisco offices of RBC Capital Markets, where he served on the capital commitment committee, First Security Van Kasper, where he served on the executive committee and Hoefer & Arnett, Inc., where he served as co-head of investment banking. He began his career at Bank of America in San Francisco, where he was a Vice President in the world banking division and the capital markets group. Mr. Bodine received a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Babson College. Source.
Lester L. Colbert Jr. – Mr. Lester L. Colbert Jr. served as the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Xidex Corporation. Mr. Colbert has been an Independent Trustee of Spectra Fund since 2000. He serves as a Director/Trustee of 27 funds in Alger Funds Fund Complex. He has been a Trustee of The China- US Growth Fund since 2003. He served as a Director of Castle Convertible Fund Inc. since 1974. He served as a Director of The National Museum of American History. Father was former President and CEO of Chrysler. Source.
Robert R. Dockson – Dr. Robert R. Dockson is First Vice President of the Haynes Foundation Board of Trustees.He has served on the Board since 1969.When he retired from business in 1988 he had served 19 years as Chairman and CEO of CalFed, Inc., the holding company of California Federal Savings and Loan.Previously, he was a professor of economics and Dean of the School of Business Administration at USC, an economist at The Prudential and Bank of America and a faculty member at Rutgers University.He served four years in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during World War II.Dr. Dockson is a past President of Town Hall and co-founder of Town Hall’s Breakfast Institute, a past President of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the California State Chamber, and a member of the Board of the Business Roundtable.He is a life member of the Board of Regents of Pepperdine University and remains active at both USC and Pepperdine.At USC, there is an endowed Dean’s Chair in the Marshall School of Business in his name, as well as a faculty-endowed Chair in International Relations and Economics at the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.Dr. Dockson graduated from the University of Illinois in 1939 and subsequently earned an M.S. in international relations and a Ph.d in economics from USC. Source.
Edward Elio Galante – Director at West Property Group. Among them was Edward E. Galante, an American who had cut his real-estate teeth developing coin-operated laundries and strip malls in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Source 1. Source 2 – In Africa, Mortgages Boost an Emerging Middle Class. This is a mildly confusing entry as there is an Edward G. Galante who is the Senior Vice President of Exxon. There are several people here who seem to share names with equally successful people on the east coast…yes, this is what conspiracy theories are made of. I omitted several other examples from previous camps due to the paranoia factor but might as well point it out here and further just to see what comes up. Please bear with the pattern seeking portions of this brain…;) By the way, this one is confirmed.
George B. James II – Immediate Past Chairman, Committee for the Future Chair of World Affairs Council of Northern California. Serves as Trustee Emeritus of San Francisco Ballet Association. Board of Overseers for the Hoover Institute. Needs more information.
Hugh W. Klebahn – Former President and CEO of Grove Farm Company, Inc. More information on Grove Farm. More information needed.
Ignacio F. Lozano Jr. – former United States Ambassador to El Salvador. He was appointed to the ambassadorship by President Gerald Ford in 1976. He resigned the post following the assumption of the presidency by Jimmy Carter. Lozano held directorships at Bank of America, Walt Disney Company, Pacific Life, and Sempra Energy, and is a member of the Council of American Ambassadors. Source.
Samuel A. Megeath III – Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of PLM from October 1988 to August 1990. Managing General Partner of LEF&C Partners, an investment partnership. Source.
Thomas W Moore Jr – Unconfirmed.
Peter o’ Malley – Former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, currently moving to purchase the San Diego Padres. More information desired.
Charles B. Runnels – Chancellor for Pepperdine University.
Sidney R. Unobskey – Real Estate Developer and Urban Planner. Source. Source 2.

This camp’s captain is the CEO of a company that specializes in ‘smart drugs’…a class of drugs intended to increase the cognitive, memory and various other functions of the brain. Not only big money but consider proprietary usage of these drugs…there is reason to be concerned here.

Crow’s Nest

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 14
Richard B. Blackman- Director of Landwood Group; UK or Budget Analyst for the EPA. Unconfirmed; the conspiracy theorist in me tends to think the latter though the former is the most likely demographic. More information needed.
Spencer M. Brush – Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley. Source.
William H. Banker Jr. – Independent Real Estate, San Francisco. Grandson of the founder of Coldwell Banker and Company.
Allan E. Bulley Jr. – Chairman & CEO of Bulley & Andrews LLC since 1991 and its Chief Executive Officer since 1970. Mr. Bulley serves as the Vice Chairman and a Trustee of the Museum of Science and Industry. He serves as a Director of the L.E. Myers Company (formerly NYSE listed). He serves as Director of Bulley & Andrews, LLC. He also serves as a Trustee of the Shedd Aquarium. He served as a Director of MYR Group Inc., since 1992. Since 1968, Mr. Bulley has been involved as an organizer, director and investor in numerous community banks. Mr. Bulley served has been a Director of Wintrust Financial Corporation from March 13, 2006 to May 28, 2009. Mr. Bulley served as a Director of North Shore Community Bank, a subsidiary of Wintrust Financial Corp. He serves on the Building Committee of both the Shedd Aquarium and the Art Institute of Chicago. He holds B.S. in Civil Engineering from Brown University. Source.
Arthur J. Dolan III – Unconfirmed.
James Johnston Funsten III – Unconfirmed.
Kenneth G. High Jr.- Owns real estate in San Francisco, Ca. Needs more information.
James G La Plante Jr. – Senior Vice President at Comerica Bank in San Francisco, Ca.
Chipman Miles- Attorney in California; no longer eligible to practice in California due to probation violation. Source. Son has own Law Firm.
George A Poole Jr.- California licensed lawyer in Carmel, California, 93923 area. George A. Poole Jr graduated from law school at Stanford Univ Law School and has an undergraduate degree from Yale Univ. Source.
Tracy L. Trotter M.D. – Senior Partner, San Ramon Valley Primary Care. General pediatrician in private practice and a nationally-recognized expert in the delivery of services to children with special healthcare needs. He has an academic appointment to the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine. His medical and pediatric training was at Wake Forest University of School of Medicine and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, respectively. He has advised local and federal agencies and nongovernmental organizations. Nationally, his services have included an appointment to the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Genetics, and he currently is serving on the Secretary of Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Heritable Diseases in Newborns and Children; the Steering Committee on the Evaluation of Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention (EGAPP) Stakeholders Group; the NIH Collaboration, Education and Test Translation Grant Review Board; and the RAND Corp/CDC’s Workgroup on DNA-based Genetic Test Reports. He has many publications in the field of genetics and primary care. He has received numerous awards and honors for his work with children, especially children with special health needs. Source.
Richard R. Volk – Principal of Self. Curious but seems consistent with Manta and corporationwiki. Needs more information. Source.
Paul L Wattis Jr. – President of Wattis Construction CO Inc in San Jose, CA, a private company which is listed under grading contractors. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $5 to 10 million and employs a staff of 20 to 49. Source.
Stephen Joseph Whichard- President at SJW Construction, Inc., Sacramento, Ca. His father founded the company.
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There are a few unconfirmed but the group is more or less more of the same. Still California centric with small companies in California being represented alongside national/international names. The unconfirmed members showed up with owned property in S.F. Ca which is consistent for some of the other members. One interesting member of this camp, Chipman Miles, is actually no longer eligible to practice law…so Bohemian Grove member’s aren’t completely immune.
Oh…and more bio tech. Tracy Trotter is a pediatrician working with RAND Corp via CDC’s Workgroup on DNA-based Genetic Test Reports. RAND is an extension of Tavistock Institute in the UK and is mostly a non profit analyst implicated in the MK projects. Not saying this guy is involved but the association is there and the implications for being able to read the information of someone’ s DNA is not only important for future financial decisions but for societal structure and direction.

Hillside Camp

Hayward, Thomas B. Hillside Member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 1978-1981; US navy admiral; chairman of the Hawaii Space Development Authority; member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Snyder, William Paul Hillside Snyder served as Chief Counsel of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Operations Office from 1979 to 1991 and served on the U.S. Commission on Government Procurement. He received the rank of Meritorious Executive from President Reagan for his work on various energy projects. Mr. Snyder’s practice includes litigating contract claims before courts and administrative bodies dealing with environmental regulatory compliance and defending against environmental claims, and defending against qui tam actions brought under the False Claims Act.
Hayward, Thomas B. Hillside Member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 1978-1981; US navy admiral; chairman of the Hawaii Space Development Authority; member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
James D Warren – Managing partner of JD Warren Associates a management consulting frim,
Antonio Cortese- Film producer
J Robert Foley Jr. –
Joseph P Frank-
Deno Gianopolous – Pianist
Ellison Capers Grayson Jr- born 7 September 1928, St. Paul, Minnesota. Vice President of Boyden International from 1987 to 1990. Since 1990 he has been a partner of Spencer Stuart. He has also served on the board of StellarNet and the advisory board Clark/Bardes.inance Director of Donald Rumsfeld’s Political Action Committee in 1986, and Co-Chairman of President Bush’s National Finance Committee in 1988 and 1992. He was made a Knight of Malta in 1978.
Lewis Peter Gundunas – Vocalist, Broadway performer, Zorba 1968
Elmer R Hubacher – Cadillac dealer sacramento CA Wife is Rita
Bobby R. Inman (born April 4, 1931} is a retired U.S. admiral who held several influential positions in the U.S. Intelligence community.e served as Director of Naval Intelligence from September 1974 to July 1976, then moved to the Defense Intelligence Agency where he served as Vice Director until 1977. He next became the Director of the National Security Agency. Inman held this post until 1981. His last major position was as the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, a post he held from February 12, 1981 to June 10, 1982. Inman has also served on the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations, Dell Computer, and SBC Corporation (now AT&T). [3]. In 2006, Inman criticized the Bush administration’s use of warrantless domestic wiretaps, making him one of the highest-ranking former intelligence officials to criticize the program in public.
Jay M Jacobus – Born and raised in San Francisco, Jacobus recently retired from over thirty years as a fiduciary corporate and tax lawyer. He lives in southern California.
Greg Allen Jones –
Albert S Lowe III –
Michael T Murakami –
Richard L Niello- Porsche Audi dealer Sacramento
George S Reppas – Film maker
Robert G Reppas – Swiss American Chamber of Commerce
Snyder, William Paul Hillside Snyder served as Chief Counsel of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Operations Office from 1979 to 1991 and served on the U.S. Commission on Government Procurement. He received the rank of Meritorious Executive from President Reagan for his work on various energy projects. Mr. Snyder’s practice includes litigating contract claims before courts and administrative bodies dealing with environmental regulatory compliance and defending against environmental claims, and defending against qui tam actions brought under the False Claims Act.
Gene A Washington – (born January 14, 1947) was a NFL player for many years who played for the San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions as a wide receiver. Currently, he is the director of football operations for the NFL. He is also on the board of the National Park Foundation.

Hill Billies

Robert M Arnold- Philanthropist-Seattle FIrst National Bank Yale Graduate
Bancroft, Paul III Hill Billies Independent venture capitalist and a consultant, director of UNOVA since 1998, president, chief executive officer and director of Bessemer Securities Corporation 1976-1988.
Borman, Frank Hill Billies Fighter pilot, operational pilot and instructor, experimental test pilot and an assistant professor of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics at West Point, NASA instructor at the Aerospace Research Pilot School at Edwards AFB, member of the Apollo 204 Fire Investigation Board 1967, Commander Apollo 8 Mission 1968, later he became the Apollo Program Resident Manager, heading the team that re-engineered the Apollo spacecraft, field director of NASA’s Space Station Task Force, special advisor to and finally chairman of Eastern Airlines 1969-1986, director of the Home Depot, National Geographic, Outboard Marine Corporation, Auto Finance Group, Thermo Instrument Systems and American Superconductor, chairman and CEO of Patlex Corporation.
Boskin, Michael J. Hill Billies Senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, professor of economics at Stanford University, associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, former chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers (1989-1993). Boskin is a Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research and serves on the Commerce Department’s Advisory Committee on the National Income and Product Accounts. He is Chief Executive Officer and President of Boskin & Co., an economic consulting company. Director Oracle Corporation, Shinsei Bank, and Vodaphone Group
Bowes, William K . Hill Billies A founder of Amgen (with Bill Gates), Cetus, Raychem, Dymo Industries, and U.S. Venture Partners. Has been an active and prominent venture capital investor in the Bay Area for nearly 35 years. Bill sourced and led the Firm’s investments in Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Applied Biosystems, Devices for Vascular Intervention, Glycomed, Sun Microsystems and Ventritex, among others. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Xoma Corporation. Before founding USVP, Bill was a Senior Vice President and Director of Blyth Eastman Dillon & Co. (formerly Blyth & Co., Inc.), where he worked from 1953 until 1978, and was a consultant to Blyth Eastman Paine Webber from 1978 to 1980. Activity in the nonprofit arena include: Board of Directors of the UCSF Foundation and Chairman of Mission Bay Capital Campaign; Advisory Council of Stanford University’s Bio-X Initiative; Executive Committee of San Francisco Conservatory of Music; Board Chairman of The Exploratorium (a leading interactive science museum); Board Member of the Asian Art Museum and Hoover Institution. Bill has a B.A. in Economics from Stanford, an MBA from Harvard and served in the U.S. Army in the South Pacific and Japan during and after World War II.
John M Bryan-Professor art history USC
Buckley, Christopher Hill Billies Editor of Forbes FYI magazine, speechwriter for George H.W. Bush when he was vice president, political satirist.
Buckley, William F., Jr. Hill Billies Skull & Bones, chairman of the Yale Daily News, CIA agent (supposedly for only 1 year), editor of The Road to Yenan, a book addressing the Communist quest for global domination. Author of several books on communicating, history, political thought, and sailing, founder of the National Review and long time editor of it, delegate to the United Nations. Gave a speech at the Bohemian Grove in 2003. Member of the Knights of Malta.
Bush, George H.W. Hill Billies / Mandalay His father, a Knight of Malta, was a central figure in arming the Nazis. Born in 1924. Graduated in Economics from Yale in 1948. Member of Yale’s Skull & Bones student club. Salesman of Dresser Industries which sold important technology to the USSR. US ambassador of the United Nations 1971-1972. Chairman of the Republican National Committee during Watergate 1973-1974. US ambassador to China 1974-1975. Supported the USSR, communist China, Andropov and Mugabe. CIA director 1976-1977. Ted Shackley, who was in charge of the massive CIA heroin imports from the Golden Triangle to the US, was his deputy director of operations. Named in the Franklin Affair as a participant in Larry King’s pedophile parties. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay and Hill Billies, the Atlantic Council of the United States, the National Security Planning Group, and the Trilateral Commission. George H.W. Bush and Nicholas Elliott, ex-MI6 and senior Cercle member, stood in contact with each other in 1980. US vice president under Ronald Reagan 1981-1989. Appointed head of the National Narcotics Border Interdiction System in 1983. Ignored the offer of Khun Sa, the all-powerful Opium king of the Golden Triangle, to stop all opium trafficking in return for political and economic support of his Shan State. According to the affidavit of Col. Edward Cutolo, Bush was monitored under the Operation Orwell, set up by a rogue espionage unit that supplied its information to DoD contractors. US president 1990-1994. Famous for several speeches at the time of the USSR’s collapse referring to a New World Order. Gorbachev and Shevardnadze talked about the same concept at the same time, indicating the NWO referred to an alliance between the USSR and the US. Became a Knight of the British Empire in 1993. Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. Director of the Carlyle Group. Close ties to the Bin Ladens and the Saudi Kingdom. Director of Grassroots Enterprise. According to the Disclosure Project, Bush has quite a bit of knowledge about the UFO subject. His son George Bush was elected US president in 2000 and 2004, although there was a lot of controversy about the preliminary and quite different exit polls.
Bush, George W. Hill Billies Yale Skull & Bones. Involved in a couple of failed oil companies. Texas governor. US president. Close to the Saudies.
Brook H Byers-Genomic Health Inc VC
John E Cahill Jr-Cahill Construction
David M Chamberlain-CEO/Chairman of the Board/Director at Stride Rite Corporation
Duncan A Chapman- freelance Composer, Sound Artist and Educator.
Clausen, Alden Winship “Tom” Hill Billies Born in 1923. German ancestry. Graduated from Carthage College in 1944 with a BA. Graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1949 with a LLB. Got a job at the Bank of America. Vice president Bank of America 1961-1965. Senior vice president Bank of America 1965-1968. Graduated from Harvard University’s Advanced Management Program in 1966. Vice chairman BankAmerica Corporation 1969-1970. President and CEO BankAmerica Corporation 1971-1981. President World Bank 1981-1986. Chairman and CEO BankAmerica Corporation since 1986. Attended a seminar of the Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown (“Ethical Considerations in Corporate Takeovers”), established by the Society of Jesus in 1974, in 1990, together with Paul Volcker (Pilgrims Society; Rockefeller-Rothschild associate), Willard C. Butcher (chair Chase Manhattan), Lee H. Hamilton (member of the 1997 Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy, which shed a little bit of light on the inner workings of the Black and Deep Black Programs, the latter officially known as Unacknowledged Special Access Programs; CFR; Rotary International; Trilateral Commission; UN Association; Brookings; Alfalfa; vice-chair 9/11 Commission), Robert S. McNamara (World Bank president; 1001 Club), James D. Wolfensohn (World Bank president; Rothschild associate), and John C. Whitehead (chair Goldman Sachs; chair Goldman Sachs Foundation; chair NY Fed; chair Asia Society; chair Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; chair Lower Manhattan Development Corporation; chair UNA-USA; director Rockefeller University; CFR; visited the Trilateral Commission in the 1980s; frequent visitor of Bilderberg in the 1990s). Trustee Asia Foundation. Member of the Advisor Council of SRI International and was on the Board of Governors of United Way. The A.W. Clausen Center for World Business is named after him.
William K Coblentz- SF Lawyer and part owner of Mc Clatchy Newspapers
Barnaby Conrad III-Writer History in a Bottle
Cronkite, Walter Hill Billies Very well-know journalist and anchorman, who sat on the board of CBS. Supposedly he did the Owl’s voice in the Cremation of Care ceremony. Newswriter and editor, Scripps-Howard, also for United Press, Houston, Texas; Kansas City, Missouri; Dallas, Austin, and El Paso, Texas; and New York City; United Press war correspondent, 1942-45, foreign correspondent, reopening bureaus in Amsterdam, Brussels; chief correspondent, Nuremberg war crimes trials, bureau manager, Moscow, 1946-48, manager and contributor, 1948-49, CBS-News correspondent, 1950-81, special correspondent, since 1981; managing editor, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite, 1962-81.
Dachs, Alan Hill Billies President and CEO of the Fremont Group and director of Bechtel Group Inc.
Draper, William H. III Hill Billies President and chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States 1981-1986, director of the United Nations Development Program 1986, founder and managing director of Draper International venture capital firm. His father, William H. Draper, Jr., (1894-1974) was made director, vice president, and assistant treasurer of the German Credit and Investment Corp (set up by Dillon, Read & Co. of Pilgrim Clarence Dillon). His business was short-term loans and financial management tricks for Thyssen and the German Steel Trust. Draper was an associate of Prescott Bush and Pilgrim Averell Harriman. Member Atlantic Council of the United States.
William C Edwards- Hoover Institute Media Fellows Program
Henry K Evers-
William D Evers- Professor, Foods & Nutrition Purdue University
Fisher, Donald G. Hill Billies Founder and chairman of Gap Inc. (annual sales of approximately $15 billion), trustee of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, ,director of the United Way of the Bay Area, the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, EdVoiceTeach for America and a governor of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Actively involved in the California Business Roundtable and the San Francisco Committee on Jobs. Three presidential appointments to the Advisory Council for U.S. Trade Representatives, was named to the Presidio Trust board of directors by President Bill Clinton in 1997. Member of the California State Board of Education, a member and former chairman of University of California Haas School of Business Advisory Council, trustee of Princeton University.
Galbraith, Evan G., Jr. Hill Billies U.S. defense representative in Europe and defense adviser to the U.S. mission to NATO, former ambassador to France 1981-1985, advisory director of Morgan Stanley, chairman of the National Review.
Hart, Micky Hill Billies Member of the Grateful Dead, Produced their first album in 1967. Went in 2004.
Lawrence E Hoyt-
George H Hume-Basic American Inc
Angus I MacLean Jr-
Harold M Messner Jr-Robert Half International Accounting and Biz Services
Ong, John Doyle Hill Billies Ohio State University and a law degree from Harvard University, chairman The BF Goodrich Company 1979-1997, chairman of the Business Roundtable, National Alliance of Business and the Ohio Business Round Table, chairman New American Schools, chairman of the Board of the Musical Arts Association of Cleveland, life trustee of the University of Chicago, ambassador to Norway since 2002. Member of the Bohemian Grove.
George H Pfau Jr-UBS Financial Services-Paine Webber Yale Graduate
William A Prezant-Wells Fargo Bank
Rosenblatt, Toby Hill Billies Yale, chairman of the Presidio Trust under Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, president and general partner of Founders Investments, Ltd., director of the State Street Research Mutual Funds, MetLife Series Mutual Funds, AP Pharma, Inc., Pherin Corporation, Premier Pacific Vineyards.
Rumsfeld, Donald H. Hill Billies Princeton University. Attended Cap & Gown events, according to Kay Griggs, just as Allen Dulles, William Colby, Frank Carlucci, James Baker, George P. Shultz, ang George R. Griggs (August 3, 2005, Rense). Naval aviator 1954-1957. Administrative assistant to a Congressman from Ohio 1957-1960. A.G. Becker investment firm from 1960-1962. Congressman 1962-1969. Member of the House Committee on Science and Astronautics, and took a special interest in the space program. Various assistent jobs to the Nixon 1969-1973. According to Steven Greer, the Disclosure Project is in the possession of documents from the late 1960s that indicate Rumsfeld was spinning UFO information that had to be delivered to a member of Congress (November 30, 2005, Jim Fisher Show). U.S. ambassador to NATO in Belgium 1973-1974. White House Chief of Staff 1974-1975. He and Dick Cheney managed to keep the MK-ULTRA project in part under wraps in 1975. US Secretary of Defense under Gerald Ford 1975-1977. Presidential Medal of Freedom 1977. CEO, president, and finally chairman of G.D. Searle & Company 1977-1985. Chairman of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies 1983-1986. In this period he managed to ram aspartame through the FDA. Rumsfeld is believed to have earned around $12 million from the sale of Searle to Monsanto. Met with Saddam Hussein on December 19, 1983 and March 24, 1984 to discuss the selling of weapons, including WMD. Member of an endless stream of committees 1982-2000. Chairman of Gilead Sciences, Inc. and the RAND Corporation. Member of PNAC, the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, the Bohemian Grove, the Trilateral Commission, and the Atlantic Institute for International Affairs (identified as a governor in 1987). Former member of the Advisory Council of Forstmann Little & Co, just as Henry Kissinger and George P. Shultz. US Secretary of Defense under George W. Bush 2000-2008.
Frank A Sprole-Bristol Myers Corp
Stephens, Paul H. Hill Billies Co-founder of Robertson Stephens & Company in 1978, which became one of the world’s premier boutique investment banks, helping to finance hundreds of Silicon Valley growth companies. (sold in 1997) Manager of Robertson Stephens venture capital group 1984-1990, chairman Stephens Investment Management LLC, co-founder and Managing Director of RS Investments (San Francisco-based mutual fund group that manages over $7 billion in assets), chairman and board member of the Haas Business School Advisory Board at the University of California, active board member of DUMAC (the Duke Management Company), which manages Duke University’s endowment fund, as well as a director of the U.C. Berkeley Foundation.
Stone, Michael P.W. Hill Billies Michael P. W. Stone was born in London, England, on 2 June 1925; has resided in the United States since 1929; served in the British Royal Navy during World War II as an aviator with the Fleet Air Arm of the British Royal Navy and was assigned to the British carrier HMS Glory , operating in the Mediterranean and Far East, 1943-1945; received a B.A. degree from Yale University, 1948; studied at New York University Law School, 1948-1949; founding partner in Sterling International, a paper marketing and manufacturing business, 1950-1964; was vice president of that company and several of its subsidiaries including Sterling Vineyards, 1960-1982; was Director of the U.S. Mission in Cairo, Egypt, of the Agency for International Development, 1982-1985; Director of the Agency for International Development Caribbean Basin Initiative, 1985-1988; was Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management), 27 May 1986-12 May 1988; served concurrently as Acting Under Secretary of the Army, 28 February 1988-23 May 1988; was Under Secretary of the Army and Army Acquisition Executive, 24 May 1988-13 August 1989; while serving as Army Under Secretary, performed the duties of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 13 May 1989-10 August 1989; was Secretary of the Army, 14 August 1989-19 January 1993; chairman of the board of the Panama Canal Commission, 1990-1993; died in San Francisco, California, 18 May 1995.
Symington, James W. Hill Billies U.S. representative 1969-1977. Chief of protocol of the Department of State 1966-1968. Counsel in the law firm of O’Connor & Hannan since 1986. Director at Saul Centers, Inc. since 1993. Chairman Emeritus of National Rehabilitation Hospital. Member of the Atlantic Council of the United States. Trustee of the Center for Russian Leadership Development (Open World Program), together with Bill Frist (Bohemian Grove) and George Soros (Le Cercle). The program has brought nearly 4,000 young Russian leaders from 87 regions to 680 communities in the United States, including 150 members of the two houses of the Russian Parliament, the Federation Council and the State Duma. It has also brought 169 Russian judges to the United States. These Russians will return to Russia after having experienced the American way of life. Symington is a member of the National Peace Foundation’s Advisory Board.
Bryant A Toth-SF Plastic Surgeon Brayton Wilbur Jr-Asia Foundation died 2006

Robert H. Allen – Chair, Board of Trustees, Baylor College of Medicine
HOUSTON — (May 23, 2007) — Robert H. Allen is a private investor residing in Houston. In the past 20 years he has been instrumental in the start-up of several natural resource oriented companies, the most notable, Getty Resources Ltd., Toronto, Canada. From 1957 to 1982 he was with Gulf Resources and Chemical Corporation, a diversified natural resource based company. During that affiliation, Allen served as Chief Executive Officer, Director, and Chairman of the Board. He is now the managing partner of Challenge Investment Partners, a diversified natural resource-based partnership, active in Canada, Greenland, Mexico, South America and Indonesia.
Allen is a member of the Advisory Board of the George Bush School of Government and Public Service, and of the Development Council of the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Vaalco Energy Company and is Chairman of the Audit Committee. In 1995, Allen was appointed to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents and served a six year term. He has served on many boards including Federal Express Corporation and Gulf Canada Resources Ltd. Most recently he served as Chairman of the Board of Gulf Indonesia Resources Ltd., and Chairman of the Board of The University of Texas Investment Management Company. He also served as Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Brown Foundation.
Allen has been active in a variety of civic organizations in the Houston area. He was awarded the Golden Plate Award of the American Academy of Achievement, the Torch of Liberty Award of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, the 1979 Texas A&M University Distinguished Alumnus Award, and the 1983 Texas A&M University Distinguished Achievement Award from the Geosciences and Earth Resources Council. He was named 1985 Texas Business Executive of the Year by the Texas A&M College of Business Administration, and received the 1992 Outstanding Alumni Award from the College of Business Administration and the Graduate School of Business.
Allen was in the class of 1950 at Texas A&M University, and received a B.B.A. in 1951 after serving in the U.S. Army. He attended the South Texas College of Law, is a Certified Public Accountant, and a member of Texas Society of CPAs. While at TAMU, he was a member of the track, cross country, and basketball teams and is a member of the TAMU Lettermen’s Association.
Richard C. Atkinson, seventeenth president of the University of California, took office on October 1, 1995. Before becoming president of the UC System, he served as chancellor of UC San Diego; prior to that he served as director of the National Science Foundation and was a long-term member of the faculty at Stanford University.
An internationally respected scholar and scientist, Atkinson became the fifth chancellor of UC San Diego in 1980. During his tenure, the university doubled in size to about 18,000 students while increasing the distinction and breadth of its programs. The campus consistently placed among the top five universities in federal funding for research. In 1995, the quality of its graduate programs was ranked tenth in the nation by the National Research Council.
Atkinson was appointed deputy director of the National Science Foundation by President Gerald Ford in 1975. Two years later, President Jimmy Carter promoted him to director. At NSF, he had a wide range of responsibilities for science policy at a national and international level, including negotiating the first memorandum of understanding in history between the People’s Republic of China and the United States, an agreement for the exchange of scientists and scholars.
Atkinson began his academic career at Stanford University after military service in the U.S. Army. He was a member of the Stanford faculty from 1956 to 1980, except for a three-year period at UCLA. In addition to serving as professor of psychology at Stanford, he held appointments in the School of Engineering, School of Education, Applied Mathematics and Statistics Laboratories, and Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences.
Atkinson’s research dealt with problems of memory and cognition. His theory of human memory has been influential in shaping research in the field. It has helped in clarifying the relationship between brain structures and psychological phenomena, in explaining the effects of drugs on memory, and in formulating techniques that optimize the learning process.
Atkinson has also been interested in the more applied problems of learning in the classroom. He developed one of the first computer-controlled systems for instruction, which served as a prototype for the commercial development of computer-assisted instruction. Reading instruction under computer control for young school children has been an important application of his work. He was co-founder of the Computer Curriculum Corporation.
Atkinson’s scientific contributions have resulted in election to the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, the National Academy of Education, and the American Philosophical Society. He is past president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, former chair of the Association of American Universities, the recipient of numerous honorary degrees, and a mountain in Antarctica has been named in his honor. Source: http://www.ucop.edu/pres/atkbio.html

Isle of Aves

Abel, Brent M. Isle of Aves President California Bar Association 1974-1975, director U.S. Trust of Delaware Inc. in 1986.
Clark, William Patrick Isle of Aves Stanford University and Loyola Law School, United States Secretary of Interior, National Security Advisor, deputy secretary of state, justice of the California Supreme Court, justice of the California Court of Appeal, and judge of the Superior, chairman of the Task Group on Nuclear Weapons Program Management, presidential emissary to the chairmen of the Navajo and Hopi Indian tribes, member of the Commission on Defense Management (headed by David Packard), as a member of the Defense Department’s Commission on Integrated Long-Term Strategy, trustee Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library, chief executive officer Clark Company, senior counsel to the law firm of Clark, Cali and Negranti.
Coleman , Lewis W. Isle of Aves Stanford University, 13 years with Wells Fargo and Company and ending as chairman, chairman of Banc of America Securities LLC, and Chief Financial Officer, head of the World Banking Group and head of Capital Markets at BankAmerica, director Northrop Grunman, director Chiron Corporation, a biotechnology company, president of the Gordon E. and Betty I. Moore Foundation (San Francisco) 2000-2004, now a trustee of that foundation, overseer of the Hoover Institution, member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Conger, Harry M. Isle of Aves Chairman Western Business Roundtable 1985, chairman and CEO Homestake Mining Company (gold mines in North America, South America and Australia. Merged with Barrick Gold Corporation in 2001), chairman American Mining Congress, chairman World Gold Council, director Pacific Gas and Electric Company, trustee Caltech, fellow California Council on Science and Technology.
Douglass, Kingman Isle of Aves Yale, investment banker, military service in World War II: senior US Army Air Corps intelligence liaison officer in British Air Ministry; Allied Intelligence Group in Pacific Theater, OSS, deputy director CIA March 1946 to July 1946, assistant director CIA 1951-1952.
Du Pont, John Eleuthere Isle of Aves Fortune estimated at about 250 million, gay, B.S. Zoology at University of Miami 1965, supposedly lived for about the first 50 years with his mother, threatened his wife a couple of times with a gun, calling her a Soviet spy, converted his 800 acre Foxcatcher into a wrestling “training compound”, complete with 14,400 square foot training facility costing over half a million dollars, became the primary benefactor to the sport of amateur wrestling in the entire United States, Du Pont perfected an (illegal) wrestling move, the ‘Foxcatcher Five’, in which the opponent’s testicles are cupped not-so-gently, opened a firing range at Foxcatcher, which he named the ‘J. Edgar Hoover Pistol Training Center’, as his mother dies at age 91, Du Pont shows up at her funeral late and in a track suit 1988, dismisses three black wrestlers, telling them Foxcatcher was now a “KKK organization.” in 1995, John du Pont kills Olympic wrestler David Schultz in 1996 and is taken into custody after a 2-day standoff.
Duryea, Leslie N. II Lost Angels Stanford University member, which means he has been giving donations and did lots of voluntary work for them.
McHenry, Dean E. Isle of Aves Studied at UCLA, Stanford, Berkeley and received a Ph.D., taught government at Williams College in Massachusetts and political science at Pennsylvania State College, UCLA political science faculty 1939 and on, Carnegie Fellow in New Zealand and Australia 1946-1947, Fulbright Lecturer at the University of Western Australia in 1954, authored books like The American Federal Government and The American System of Government, dean of social sciences and chairman of the Department of Political Science, assistent-president University of California from 1958, drafted California’s Master Plan for Higher Education in 1960, founding chancellor of the University of California – Santa Cruz, driving force behind the growth of California’s multitiered system of public higher education, his son is another geopolitical expert with great interest in Africa.
Weinberger, Caspar Williard Isle of Aves / Mandalay Harvard. Entered U.S. army in 1941. Captain on General Douglas MacArthur’s intelligence staff at the end of the war. California State Assembly 1952-1958. Chairman California Republican Party 1962-1967. Chairman of the Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy from 1967 (appointed by governor Reagan). State director of finance from 1968-1970. Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. Deputy director Office of Management and Budget 1970-1972 and as director from 1972 to 1973. Secretary of health, education, and welfare 1973-1975. Vice president and general counsel of the Bechtel Group of Companies in California 1976-1980. Secretary of Defense 1981-1987. Pushed for dramatic increases in the United States’ nuclear weapons arsenal and was a fervent supporter of the Star Wars program, indicted in the Iran-Contra Affair but received a presidential pardon from George H.W. Bush. Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1987. Publisher and chairman of Forbes magazine since 1989 (Forbes is long time Pilgrims Society family). Member of the Executive Committee of the Pilgrims Society since 1989. Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. Advisor to the American Ditchley Foundation (2005).

Mandalay

Akers, John Mandalay Fellows Yale Delta Kappa Epsilon, joined IBM in 1960 as a sales trainee in San Francisco following active duty as a Navy carrier pilot, president IBM Data Processing Division in 1974 (then IBM’s largest domestic marketing unit), vice president IBM in 1976, senior vice president IBM in 1982, president IBM in 1983, chairman and CEO of IBM 1986-1993, director New York Times Company since 1985, co-chairman Business Roundtable 1986-1990, director Pepsi since 1991, director Lehman Brothers, director Hallmark, director WR Grace & Co., member Council on Foreign Relations.

Michael H Armacost – Mandalay is a fellow at Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies. He previously was the president of the Brookings Institution from 1995-2002. In January 1977 Armacost was selected as a member of the National Security Council to handle East Asian and Chinese affairs under the Carter administration until July 1978, when he was replaced by Nicholas Platt. Years later he was appointed as the U.S. Ambassador to Japan from 1989-1993, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from 1984-1989, and Ambassador to the Philippines from 1982-1984. He also served as Acting Secretary of State from January 20-January 25, 1989. He was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun in 2007.
Samuel Haydan Armacost Mandalay B.A. in Economics from Denison University, M.B.A. from Stanford University, advisor to the State Department’s Office of Monetary Affairs 1971-1972, director of Exponent Inc., Del Monte Foods Company, Callaway Golf Company, director and later chairman SRI International, president, director and chief executive officer Bank of America 1981-1986, managing director Merrill Lynch Capital Markets 1987-1990, managing director Weiss, Peck & Greer L.L.C. 1990-1998, director ChevronTexaco since 2001. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Harris J Ashton- Mandalay General Host Corp, owns and operates Frank’s Nursery & Crafts, Inc., a chain of specialty retail stores that sell craft and Christmas supplies as well as lawn and garden products. 7200 employees 568 M sales.
Atwater, H. Brewster, Jr. Mandalay Chairman and CEO General Mills, a leading global food manufacturer 1981-1995. Despite a worldwide recession, Atwater led General Mills through 10 consecutive years of market value growth. He re-focused General Mills on its core products and services, and in so doing, enabled the company to profitably expand on a global level. Atwater is a director at General Electric (at least in 1996).
Bailey, Ralph E. Mandalay President of Consol (Conoco’s coal subsidiary). Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Conoco Inc (merged with Phillips). Vice-Chairman of Du Pont. Director and non-executive Chairman of Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fuel Tech. Director of J.P. Morgan & Company and Morgan Guaranty Trust Company.
Robert D Ballard- Mandalay born June 30, 1942 in Wichita, Kansas) is an oceanographer most noted for his work in underwater archaeology. He is most famous for the discoveries of the wrecks of the RMS Titanic in 1985, the battleship Bismarck in 1989, and the wreck of the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown in 1998. Most recently he discovered the wreck of John F. Kennedy’s PT-109 in 2003 and visited the Solomon Islander natives who saved its crew. Ballard is also great-grandson of American Old West lawman Bat Masterson
Donald R Beall- Mandalay Retired from Rockwell in 1998 after a 30-year career. He served as President of the company for 10 years and then served as Chairman/CEO for the next 10 years. Mr. Beall serves as a director on the boards of Rockwell Collins, Conexant Systems, Mindspeed Technologies, and CT Realty. He is a former director of Jazz Semiconductors, Skyworks Solutions, Proctor and Gamble, Amoco, Rockwell, and Times Mirror. He is an overseer of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and has received many honors including the Horatio Alger award.
Bechtel, Stephen D., Sr. Mandalay His father died under strange circumstances in Moscow. The Bechtel Company is a privately owned (giant) construction firm operating worldwide and headquartered in San Francisco and is a mainstay of the nuclear industry. Bechtel designed the military space shuttle facility at Vandenburg Air Force Base. It is known for decades for its many boondoggles all over the world. Bechtel had been rescued in its time of need by J. Henry Schroder and Avery Rockefeller. On June 3, 1954, the New York Times announced that Stephen Bechtel, chmn of Bechtel Corp. had become partner of J.P. Morgan Co. In 1955, Fortune reported that as Under Secretary of State, C. Douglas Dillon had arranged important contracts for Bechtel with the Saudi Arabian government, culminating in the present $135 billion Jubail operation. In January, 1975, Fortune pointed out that Bechtel had never been in the red for a single year, because “Its engineering projects are invariably financed by its clients.” These clients are usually governments, a lesson which may have been learned from the Rothschilds. Bechtel funds the Heritage Foundation, which made large contributions to the neocon agenda since the 1980’s. Heritage is headed by Le Cercle member Edwin J. Feulner, who is another member of the Bohemian Grove. Bechtel is a leading player in water system privatization, ranking just behind the big three — Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux, Vivendi Universal and RWE/ Thames Water. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Bechtel, Stephen D., Jr. Mandalay Chairman of the Bechtel Corporation. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Bechtel, Riley P. Mandalay Personal fortune of 3 billion. University of Calif Davis, Bachelor of Arts / Science Stanford University, Masters of Business Administration. Great-granddad Warren started construction colossus Bechtel Group building railroads in 1890s Oklahoma Territory. Later: Hoover Dam, Oakland Bay Bridge. Dad Stephen Jr. took reins in 1960, built nuclear plants, Alaska pipeline, Chunnel. Riley is now learning the ropes. Member of the Trilateral Commission. Member of the International Council of J.P. Morgan Chase, together with Kissinger, Andre Desmarais, Lee Kuan Yew (Bohemian Grove), and others. Its headed by George Shultz, an employee of the Bechtels.
Charles A. Black Mandalay (March 6, 1919 – August 4, 2005) was a California businessman known for aquaculture and oceanography, and for his marriage to Shirley Temple Black.
Brady, Nicholas Frederick Mandalay Brady was born April 11, 1930 in New York City. He was educated at Yale University (B.A., 1952) and Harvard University (M.B.A., 1954). He joined Dillon, Read & Company, Inc. in New York in 1954, rising to Chairman of the Board. He has been a Director of the NCR Corporation, the MITRE Corporation, and the H.J. Heinz Company, among others. He has also served as a trustee of Rockefeller University and a member of the Board of the Economic Club of New York. He is a former trustee of the Boys’ Club of Newark. Brady served in the United States Senate in 1982. During that time he was a member of the Armed Services Committee and the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. In 1984 President Reagan appointed Brady to be Chairman of the President’s Commission on Executive, Legislative and Judicial Salaries. He has also served on the President’s Commission on Strategic Forces (1983), the National Bipartisan Commission on Central America (1983), the Commission on Security and Economic Assistance (1983), and the Blue Ribbon Commission on Defense Management (1985). Brady chaired the Presidential Task Force on Market Mechanisms (1987). He became the 68th Secretary of the Treasury in 1988 and was also in charge of the secret service in this way during the White House male prostitution scandal in 1989. He is said to have been the president of Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay. Member of the Knights of Malta. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Brandi, Frederic H. Mandalay Father was a top coal executive in the German Steel Trust. Moved from Germany to the United States in 1926. CEO of Dillon, Read & Co. in the 1950s and 1960s, up until 1971. He was replaced by Nicholas Brady of the Bohemian Grove Mandalay Camp at that time. Brandi was a member of the Pilgrims Society.
Brandi, James H. Mandalay Son of Frederic Brandi. Invited to the Bohemian Grove in 1970 by his father. Trustee Berkshire School, managing director of UBS Warburg LLC of New York, director ThyssenKrupp Budd (North-American subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Automotive AG of Germany. The country his father came from.)
Bush, George H.W. Hill Billies / Mandalay His father, a Knight of Malta, was a central figure in arming the Nazis. Born in 1924. Graduated in Economics from Yale in 1948. Member of Yale’s Skull & Bones student club. Salesman of Dresser Industries which sold important technology to the USSR. US ambassador of the United Nations 1971-1972. Chairman of the Republican National Committee during Watergate 1973-1974. US ambassador to China 1974-1975. Supported the USSR, communist China, Andropov and Mugabe. CIA director 1976-1977. Ted Shackley, who was in charge of the massive CIA heroin imports from the Golden Triangle to the US, was his deputy director of operations. Named in the Franklin Affair as a participant in Larry King’s pedophile parties. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay and Hill Billies, the Atlantic Council of the United States, the National Security Planning Group, and the Trilateral Commission. George H.W. Bush and Nicholas Elliott, ex-MI6 and senior Cercle member, stood in contact with each other in 1980. US vice president under Ronald Reagan 1981-1989. Appointed head of the National Narcotics Border Interdiction System in 1983. Ignored the offer of Khun Sa, the all-powerful Opium king of the Golden Triangle, to stop all opium trafficking in return for political and economic support of his Shan State. According to the affidavit of Col. Edward Cutolo, Bush was monitored under the Operation Orwell, set up by a rogue espionage unit that supplied its information to DoD contractors. US president 1990-1994. Famous for several speeches at the time of the USSR’s collapse referring to a New World Order. Gorbachev and Shevardnadze talked about the same concept at the same time, indicating the NWO referred to an alliance between the USSR and the US. Became a Knight of the British Empire in 1993. Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. Director of the Carlyle Group. Close ties to the Bin Ladens and the Saudi Kingdom. Director of Grassroots Enterprise. According to the Disclosure Project, Bush has quite a bit of knowledge about the UFO subject. His son George Bush was elected US president in 2000 and 2004, although there was a lot of controversy about the preliminary and quite different exit polls.
Casey, William J. Mandalay Chairman of the Security and Exchange Commission under Nixon, head of the Export-Import bank under Ford (1974-1975), Reagan campaign manager and CIA Director under Reagan, Bechtel consultant, outside legal counsel to Wackenhut, Knight of Malta, member Council on Foreign Relations, member Atlantic Council of the United States, died of a brain tumor 2 days before he could testify about his role in the Iran/Contra affair. According to “Watergate” journalist Carl Bernstein, Casey gave Pope John Paul II unprecedented access to CIA intelligence including spy satellites and agents.
Chadbourne, William Mandalay Stayed at Mandalay together with John Francis Neylan. They were coordinating the visit of Alexander Kerensky to the Bohemian Club, who was lecturing throughout the United States at that time.
Cheney, Richard ‘Dick’ B. Mandalay Dropped out of Yale and wasn’t motivated in studying at all. Refocusing on academics, Cheney first matriculated to Casper Community College in 1963 and thereafter to the University of Wyoming where he began earning straight A’s. Received his bachelor’s degree in 1965 and master’s degree in political science in 1966 both from the University of Wyoming. Some time later, Cheney was selected for a one-year fellowship in the office of Representative William Steiger, a Republican congressman from Wisconsin. Dick Cheney’s public service career began under the Nixon administration in 1969. He served in a number of positions at the Cost of Living Council, at the United States Office of Economic Opportunity (as a special assistant to Donald Rumsfeld beginning in the spring of 1969), and within the White House. Under President Gerald Ford, Cheney became Assistant to the President and the youngest White House Chief of Staff in history (1975-1977). Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee from 1981 to 1987. In 1986, after President Reagan vetoed a bill to impose economic sanctions against South Africa for its official policy of apartheid, Cheney was one of 83 Representatives who voted against overriding the veto. Cheney served as the Secretary of Defense from 1989 to 1993 under President George H. W. Bush. He directed Operation Just Cause in Panama and Operation Desert Storm in the Middle East. Director Council on Foreign Relations 1987-1989 & 1993-1995. Member of the Trilateral Commission. Cheney joined the American Enterprise Institute after leaving office in 1993. From 1995 until 2000, he served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Halliburton, a Fortune 500 company and market leader in the energy sector. He also sat on the Board of Directors of Procter & Gamble, Union Pacific, and EDS. In 1997, he, along with Donald Rumsfeld and others, founded the “Project for the New American Century,” a think tank whose self-stated goal is to “promote American global leadership”. U.S. vice-president 2000-2008. Held a speech at the Bohemian Grove in 1991 called “Major DefenseProblems of the 21st Century”. Regent of the Corporate Management Board of the Smithsonian Institution.
Cooley, Richard P. Mandalay President and CEO of Wells Fargo 1966-1982, chairman and CEO Seafirst Bank 1983-1994, trustee of the RAND Corporation 1971-1981 & 1982-1992, trustee of Caltech, director of PACCAR 1991-1996 (which manufactures Peterbilt trucks). Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
James T Curry Jr.- Mandalay Business and management experience includes a 30-year career with Utah Construction and Mining Co., which later merged into General Electric and was subsequently sold to BHP. Member Board of Directors SRI
Kenneth T. Derr Mandalay is a member of the board of directors of the Halliburton Company. He is a Retired Chairman of the Board, Chevron Corporation (international oil company). He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, 1989-1999. Derr is also a Chairman of the Board of Calpine Corporation and a director of Citigroup Inc. and Potlatch Corporation. He is also on the Council on Foreign Relations.
Ducommun, Charles E. Mandalay Professor of Education and Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. He sat on Stanford’s board of trustees from 1961 to 1971.
Ehrlichman, John D. Mandalay Ehrlichman, who along with H.R. Haldeman was one of Nixon’s two top advisers (Domestic affairs), resigned from his White House post in April 1973 and was convicted two years later for obstruction of justice, conspiracy and perjury in the attempted cover-up of the Watergate burglary and related crimes. After his release from prison, Ehrlichman later moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he began a new career as an artist, writer and commentator. He wrote four books. He eventually moved to Atlanta where he was senior vice president of Law Environmental. He once said to a reporter: “Once you’ve spent three days with someone in an informal situation, you have a relationship — a relationship that opens doors and makes it easier to pick up the phone.”
William T. Esrey Mandalay Chairman of the Board, Spectra Energy Corp, appointed as Chairman of (Forbes) Board effective as of the 2009 Annual Meeting. Mr. Esrey was elected as Chairman Emeritus of SprintCorporation, a diversified telecommunications holding company, upon his retirement in May 2003. Prior to that, he served as its Chief Executive Officer from 1985 to March 2003, and as its Chairman from 1990 to May 2003. Mr. Esrey served as a director of Duke Energy (major nuclear investments) from 1985 to January 2007. He also served as Chairman of Japan Telecom from November 2003 until its sale in July 2004. During his time as CEO and Chairman with Sprint, Esrey was paid an average of $25.5million per annum, including cash, bonuses and stock options. Most of this “income” was in stock options whose value was not realized due to the tech crash in 2000. Esrey earned a seven-figure salary, with annual bonuses ranging from $220,000 to $1.38 million.

It was at this point that the accounting firm Ernst & Young, Sprint’s auditors, offered Esrey and Sprint COO Ron LeMay a scheme whereby the income taxes on their stock-option profits disappear for 30 years. Esrey and LeMay handed Ernst & Young $5.8 million to set up a tax shelter for their option income. But the tax shelter was not legal according to the IRS. Esrey and LeMay found they could owe over $100 million in taxes. Sprint asked Esrey and LeMay to resign, releasing LeMay with just $190,400 in severance each month for the next eighteen months, and consulting fees that brought his total exit package to $5.8 million. Sprint formally announced Esrey’s departure with a package worth at least $10.5 million.
James H. Evans, Mandalay former chairman of the Union Pacific Corporation and a director of AT&T
Firestone, Leonard K. Mandalay Educated at Princeton, sales manager and director Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., a company founded by his father, president Firestone Aviation Products Co. from 1941, inactive navy lieutenant, president Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. from 1943, U.S. ambassador to Belgium under Nixon and Ford, president World Affairs Council of L.A., generous contributor to Flanigan, John Mandalay Brother of Peter.
Flanigan, Peter M. Mandalay Peter M. Flanigan was an assistant to the President on the White House staff, 1969-1974 (Nixon). He was an executive director of the Council on International Economic Policy during this time. Previously he had been involved in investment banking with Dillon, Read, & Co. (advisor and partner – then owned by Bechtel). Returned to business when he left government service. His position in the White House involved him in efforts to gain approval to build the Space Shuttle in the 1969-1972 period. Anno 2005 he is a trustee of the Manhattan Institute, an advisor to UBS Warburg LLC of New York, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and s member at-large of National Catholic Educational Association. Knight of Malta. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.charities.
John Flanigan -Mandalay relative of Peter Flanigan Peter M Flanigan -Assistant to Nixon; Dillon, Read, & Co.; UBS Warburg; SMOM; CFR.
Ford, Gerald Mandalay Ford was a member of the House of Representatives for 24 years from 1949 to 1973, and became Minority Leader of the Republican Party in the House. Ford was very popular with the voters in his district and was always re-elected with 60% margins. During his tenure, Ford was chosen to serve on the Warren Commission, a special task force set up to investigate the causes of, and quell rumors regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned during Richard Nixon’s presidency, on October 10, 1973, Nixon nominated Ford to take Agnew’s place, under the 25th Amendment – the first time it was applied. The United States Senate voted 92 to 3 to confirm Ford on November 27, 1973. Ford had long been one of President Nixon’s most outspoken supporters (someone joked once that “He is one of the few people who not only admires Nixon, but actually likes him!”). Ford traveled widely as Vice President and made many speeches defending the embattled President. He cited the many achievements of President Nixon and dismissed Watergate as a media event and a tragic sideshow. When Nixon then resigned in the wake of the Watergate scandal on August 9, 1974, Ford assumed the presidency, proclaiming that “our long national nightmare is over”. On August 20 Ford nominated former New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller to fill the Vice Presidency he had vacated, again under the 25th Amendment. United States president 1974-1977.
Ford, Henry Mandalay Grandson of Henry Ford and was born in Detroit. He was president of Ford Motor Company from 1945 to 1960. Chairman and CEO of Ford from 1960 to 1980. The company became a publicly traded corporation in 1956.
Weinberger, Caspar Williard Isle of Aves / Mandalay Harvard. Entered U.S. army in 1941. Captain on General Douglas MacArthur’s intelligence staff at the end of the war. California State Assembly 1952-1958. Chairman California Republican Party 1962-1967. Chairman of the Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy from 1967 (appointed by governor Reagan). State director of finance from 1968-1970. Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. Deputy director Office of Management and Budget 1970-1972 and as director from 1972 to 1973. Secretary of health, education, and welfare 1973-1975. Vice president and general counsel of the Bechtel Group of Companies in California 1976-1980. Secretary of Defense 1981-1987. Pushed for dramatic increases in the United States’ nuclear weapons arsenal and was a fervent supporter of the Star Wars program, indicted in the Iran-Contra Affair but received a presidential pardon from George H.W. Bush. Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1987. Publisher and chairman of Forbes magazine since 1989 (Forbes is long time Pilgrims Society family). Member of the Executive Committee of the Pilgrims Society since 1989. Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. Advisor to the American Ditchley Foundation (2005).
Gates, Thomas S., Jr. Mandalay Son of an investment banker. Graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1928 and joined the investment banking firm of Drexel and Company in Philadelphia. Became became a partner in 1940. Rose to the rank of lieutenant commander in the Navy 1940-1945. Under-secretary of the Navy 1953-1957. Secretary of the Navy 1957-1959. Secretary of defense 1959-1961, who authorized U-2 reconnaissance flights. Director and president Morgan Guaranty Trust Company 1961-1965. CEO and chairman of Morgan Guaranty Trust Company in 1965. Nixon appointed him chairman of the Advisory Commission on an All-Volunteer Force, which presented its influential report in November 1969. Ambassador to China 1976-1977. Member Council on Foreign Relations. Member Pilgrims Society. Member Bohemian Grove.
Samuel L. Ginn Mandalay (born April, 1937), Ginn was elected a director of Chevron Corporation in 1989. He is a private investor and retired chairman of the board of Vodafone AirTouch, PLC. Previously, he was chairman of the board and chief executive officer of AirTouch Communications, Inc., from 1993 to 1999 and chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Pacific Telesis Group from 1988 to 1994. He currently is a director of ICO Global Communications (Holdings) Limited, The Business Council, the Yosemite Fund, Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC and the Hoover Institute Board of Overseers.
Hawley, Phillip M. Mandalay Former chairman and CEO of Carter Hawley Hale Stores, which at the time of his retirement was the biggest department store chain in the West. Carter-Hawley’s restructuring, i.e. bankruptcy in 1996 wiped out employee retirement funds, which were heavily invested in CHH stocks. Phillip Hawley was a member of the Bank of America board when it refused to protect employee 401-K’s from being taken by bankruptcy. Employees had voted to accept an employee stock option proposal which gave them 401-K accounts with CHH stocks. When stocks tanked, employees lost everything. In 1997, Senator Barbara Boxer passed the Pension Protection act, which required employers to diversify employee retirement plans. Besides Bank of America, Hawley has also served as director at AT&T, Atlantic Richfield Company, Johnson & Johnson, Walt Disney Company and Weyerhaeuser. Member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Business Roundtable, and the Trilateral Commission.
Horton, Jack King Mandalay Born in 1916. AB, Stanford University, 1936. LL.B., Oakland College Law, 1941. Treasury department Shell Oil Co. 1937-1942. Private law practice San Francisco 1942-1943. Attorney Standard Oil Co. 1943-1944. Secretary and legal counsel Coast Counties Gas & Electric Co. 1944-1951. President Coast Counties Gas & Electric Co. 1951-1954. Vice president Pacific Gas & Electric Co., San Francisco, 1954-1959. President Southern California Edison Co. 1959-1968, chief executive officer, 1965-1980, chairman board, 1968-1980, chairman executive committee, 1980-1989. Director First Interstate Bank of California, Pacific Mutual Life Insurance, Lockheed Aircraft Corp., First Interstate Bancorp, EEI; former trustee Tax Foundation. Died June 3, 2000.
Houghton, Amory, Jr. Mandalay Chairman of New York-based Corning Glass Works until 1983 (The fifth generation of his family to head this company). Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Johnson, Charles B. Mandalay Fortune of 1.5 billion, runs mutual fund giant Franklin Resources with half-brother Rupert Johnson (see). Yale grad and ex-Army lieutenant, Charles is chairman and CEO. After last year’s purchase of Fiduciary Trust, firm now manages $271 billion in assets.
Kaiser, Henry J. Mandalay Industrialist. Founder Kaiser Engineers. Now it’s part of ICF Kaiser Consulting Group. Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Goes into health and medical policies.
Kaiser, Edgar F. Mandalay Family of Henry J. Kaiser, Kaiser Foundation.
Kaiser, Edgar F., Jr. Mandalay Son of Edgar F. Kaiser. Invited by his father in 1970.
Kearns, Henry Mandalay A good friend of Stephen Bechtel Sr. Chairman of the Export-Import Bank 1969-1973 (resigned after an inquiry had been started). Under Kearns’ chairmanship of the Import-Export bank, Bechtel received numerous lucrative contracts. Kearns also convinced the board to drop the requirement that approval of loans should be relaxed. Thereafter, Kearns could personally approve loans of US $30 million or less directly to Bechtel. During Stephen’s Bechtel Sr.’s tenure on the board, the Export-Import Bank lent hundreds of millions of dollars to several countries, including Indonesia, the Phillipines, Brazil, Egypt, and Algeria for the financing of Bechtel-related projects.
Kennedy , David M. Mandalay History professor from Stanford University, chairman of the Continental Illinois Bank and Trust Company, Secretary of the Treasury, guest of Rudolph A. Peterson. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Kissinger, Heinz “Henry ” Alfred Mandalay Born in 1923. After Hitler’s rise to power, Kissinger’s family immigrated to London in 1938. After a short stay, they moved to Washington Heights in New York City. Recruited by Fritz Kraemer during WWII. Served in the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps 1943-1946. According to Hersh, Kissinger stayed on active duty in West Germany after the war and was eventually assigned to the 970th CIC Detachment, whose functions included support for the recruitment of ex-Nazi intelligence officers for anti-Soviet operations inside the Soviet bloc. Captain in the Military Intelligence Reserve 1946-1949. Went to Harvard in 1947, where he was picked by the Rockefellers, three of whom were overseers there at the time. Executive director Harvard International Seminar 1951-1969. Became an consultant to the Operations Research Office in 1951. According to Hersh, that unit, under the direct control of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, conducted highly classified studies on such topics as the utilization of former German operatives and Nazi partisan supporters in CIA clandestine activities. Became a consultant to the Director of the Psychological Strategy Board in 1952, a covert arm of the National Security Council. The first director (and primary founder) was Gordon Gray, who served in this position from June 1951 to May 1952. Under Eisenhower, on September 2, 1953, the role of this department was expanded and the name became Operations Coordinating Board (OCB). Became an consultant to the Operations Coordinating Board in 1955, which was then the highest policy-making board for implementing clandestine operations against foreign governments. JFK would abolish the OCB in 1961 although a similar unacknowledged structure would remain operational. Became known as the most trusted aide to Nelson Rockefeller in the mid 1950s, who by then had served as Eisenhower’s Special Assistant for Cold War Planning and overseer of all the CIA’s clandestine operations. Member of the Department of Government, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 1954-1969. Study director of nuclear weapons and foreign policy at the Council on Foreign Relations 1955-1956. Director Special Studies Project for the Rockefeller Brothers Fund 1956-1958, which worked out basic cold war policy manifestoes (hardline). They were in large part adopted by successive administrations in Washington. Author of ‘Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy’, released in 1957. Consultant Weapons Systems Evaluation Group of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 1959-1960. Consultant National Security Council 1961-1962. Consultant RAND Corporation 1961-1968. Consultant United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 1961-1968. Consultant to the Department of State 1965-1968. Right-hand man to Nelson Rockefeller during the 1968 Republican nomination campaign. Nixon’s National Security Advisor 1969-1973. Chairman of the secretive Forty Committee, the covert apparatus of the National Security Council, from at least 1969 to 1976, which oversaw the CIA’s clandestine operations. Nelson Rockefeller, even in his Senate bio, has been named as an (earlier) chairman of the Forty Committee. As head of this committee Kissinger had access to more information than the other members and he is said to have distorted it at times. During this same time period Kissinger also set up and headed the Washington Special Action Group (WSAG), another very important foreign policy group. Committee Secretary of State 1973-1977. Made two secret trips to China in 1971 to confer with Premier Zhou Enlai. Together with David Rockefeller involved in setting up the National Council for US-China Trade in 1973. Negotiated the SALT I and ABM treaty with the Soviet Union. Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973. Made other secret trips to China in later years to make extremely sensitive intelligence exchanges. Robert C. McFarlane was among those who went to China with Kissinger, in his case between 1973 and 1976. Negotiated the end of the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Said to have played a role in the 1973 Augusto Pinochet coup. Approved President Suharto’s invasion of East-Timor in 1973, which resulted in a bout 250,000 dead communists and socialists. Oversaw the drafting of ‘National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests’, which was completed in December 1974 and adopted as official U.S. policy by President Gerald Ford a year later. The title of NSSM 200 is enough to make it controversial. Suspected of having been involved in Operation Condor which started around 1975 and was an assassination and intelligence gathering operation on 3 continents. Set up the Iran-US Business Council with Hushang Ansary. A meeting of the Iran-US Business Council in 1976 included Peter G. Peterson, Paul Volcker, and David Rockefeller. Director Council on Foreign Relations 1977-1981. Together with Cyrus Vance and David Rockefeller he set up the US-China Business Council in 1979, the successor to the Council for US-China Trade. Annual visitor of Bilderberg since at least the 1970s. Annual visitor of the Trilateral Commission since the late 1970s. Visited Le Cercle. Member of the Pilgrims Society. Visitor of Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay. May 17, 2002 issue, Jeffrey Steinberg for Executive Intelligence Review, ‘Ariel Sharon: Profile of an Unrepentant War Criminal’: “On Nov. 15, 1982, a final meeting took place on several real estate purchases, mostly through Arab middle-men, to push the massive expansion of Jewish settlements throughout the West Bank at a handsome profit. Attending the meeting at Sharon’s ranch were: Kissinger [Cercle], Lord Harlech (Sir David Ormsby-Gore), Johannes von Thurn und Taxis [1001 Club], Tory Parliamentarian Julian Amery [Cercle], Sir Edmund Peck, and MI-6 Mideast mandarin Nicholas Elliot [Cercle].” Founder of Kissinger Associates in 1982, a secretive consulting firm to international corporations. Some of the first members to join Kissinger Associates were Brent Scowcroft (vice-chairman), Lawrence Eagleburger (president), Lord Carrington, Lord Roll of Ipsden, and Pehr Gyllenhammar. Some served until 1989, others were still active for Kissinger Associates in the late 1990s. 1992, Senator John Kerry and Senator Hank Brown, Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, part 20:: “Beginning in the fall of 1986, and continuing through early 1989, BCCI initiated a series of contacts with perhaps the most politically prominent international and business consulting firm in the United States — Kissinger Associates.” Chairman National Bipartisan Commission on Central America 1983-1984. Set up the America-China Society in 1987, together with Robert McFarlane and Cyrus Vance. Appointed chairman of AIG’s advisory council in 1987. Received the Charlemagne award in 1987. Director of the Atlanta branch of the Italian Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL) from 1985 to 1991. This was during the 1989 BNL Affair (Iraq Gate) in which it became known that the Atlanta branch had made $4 billion in unreported loans to Iraq. After the revelation, the money was said to be used by the Iraqis to buy food and agriculture equipment, but in reality they were buying loads of military equipment. His consultancy firm, Kissinger Associates, set up the China Ventures fund with CITIC in 1989, which would be in the same year that he defended the Tiananmen Square massacre, arguing against sanctions being placed on China. Director of the Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC), which was founded in 1990 by Pilgrims Society members Cyrus Vance and John C. Whitehead. Paul Volcker has been among the chairmen of the FSVC, which describes itself as “a not-for-profit, private-public partnership whose mission is to help build sound banking and financial systems in transition and developing countries.” In 1990, he sat on boards of American Express, Union Pacific, R.M. Macy, Continental Grain, CBS, and the Revlon Group. Also a consultant to ABC news at this time. Member Atlantic Council of the United States. Member of the Council of Advisors of the United States-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce. Trustee of the Center Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Arthur F Burns Fellowship, the Institute of International Education, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Honorary Governor of the Foreign Policy Association. Patron of the Atlantic Partnership and the New Atlantic Initiative. Chairman of the Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships, the Nixon Center, and the American Academy in Berlin. Co-chairman of the Editorial Board of ‘The National Interest’ magazine. Chancellor of the College William and Mary. Honorary chairman World Cup USA 1994 (Kissinger has attended football matches with his friend and colleague Etienne Davignon). Honorary chairman of the National Interest, a neocon foreign policy magazine founded by Irving Kristol, who also founded the CIA’s magazine Encounter. Members of the advisory council of the the National Interest have included Morton Abramowitz, Dov Zakheim, John Mearsheimer, Conrad Black and James Schlesinger. Daniel Pipes has been a long time contributor to the National Interest. Co-founded the privately-funded American Acadamy in Berlin in 1994, together with Richard Holbrooke, Richard von Weizsäcker, Fritz Stern, and Otto Count Lambsdorff. Named Honorary Knight Commander of St. Michael and St. George, 1995. Director Freeport-McMoRan 1995-2001. Director of Conrad Black’s Hollinger International Inc. Member of J.P. Morgan’s International Advisory Council. Former member of the Advisory Council of Forstmann Little & Co. and American Express. Advisor to China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC). Member of the Europe Strategy Board of Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst. Director of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Chairman of the International Advisory Board of the American International Group (AIG), a partner of Kissinger Associates. Also chairman of the Advisory Boards of AIG Asian Infrastructure Funds I & II and a director of AIG Global. In 1997, Kissinger became the central advisor to the Business Coalition for US-China Trade, a group of about a 1000 leading companies willing to invest in China. In 2000, Henry Kissinger was quoted by Business Wire: “Hank Greenberg, Pete Peterson and I have been close friends and business associates for decades.” Maurice Greenburg is head of AIG and Peter G. Peterson is head of The Blackstone Group, which is the other major partner of Kissinger Associates. Peterson is also a former chairman of Lehman Brothers. Kissinger is a friend of Lynn Forester and introduced her to Sir Evelyn de Rothschild at the 1998 Bilderberg conference. They would soon become married. After Pulitzer Price winning journalist Peter Arnett produced a CNN report on Operation Tailwind (a Vietnam operation in which US Special Forces allegedly killed US defectors with Sarin) in 1998, Kissinger and his friends called up CNN to demand that the news network should distance itself from the story (a story which CNN initially approved) and made sure that the producers of the show were publicly humiliated and fired. Arnett was fired again by NBC and National Geographic in March 2003 immediately after he said the Bush Administration was looking for a plan B now that Iraqi resistance turned out to be much more intense than expected. Within 24 hours the Daily Mail hired him. When Henry Kissinger is invited to speak at the United Nations Association on April 11, 2001 Lord Jacob Rothschild is flanking his side. Picked as the initial head of the 9/11 investigating committee in 2003, although he turned out to be too controversial to remain in that position. Henry Kissinger is a patron of the Open Russia Foundation since 2001, together with Lord Jacob Rothschild. The Foundation was set up by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a controversial oligarch, later locked up by Putin. Honorary trustee of the Aspen Institute. Director of the Board of Overseers of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), together with Madeleine Albright, Maurice Greenberg, Henry Kissinger, Felix Rohatyn, and James Wolfensohn. John Whitehead, Tom Brokaw, and Winston Lord have all been chairmen of the Board of Overseers. Member of the advisory board of Trireme Partner LLP until early 2003, together with Conrad Black (1001 Club). Trireme, set up two months after 9/11, is a venture capital company that invests in technology, goods, and services related to Homeland Security and defense. It argued that the fear of terrorism would increase the demand for such products in Europe and in countries like Saudi Arabia and Singapore. Richard Perle (good friend of former Cercle chairman Brian Crozer) is the company’s managing partner, with another partner being Gerald Hillman, a friend of Perle. When Otto von Habsburg visited the United States in April 2005, one of the few people he spoke with, besides the general meetings, was Henry Kissinger. Because of previous international attempts by European and South American judges to question him, he is known to take legal advice before traveling to certain countries in either continent.
Knight, Andrew S. B. Mandalay Resident of the United Kingdom. Educated at Ampleforth College and Balliol College, Oxford (MA, Modern History). Knight worked at the City of London merchant bankers, J. Henry Schroder Wagg, from 1961 to 1963 and the Investors Chronicle from 1964 until 1966. He joined The Economist in 1966 on the international business and investment sections. From March 1968 to April 1970 he served in the Washington offices of the paper before returning to Europe to establish its European section and, in 1973, its offices in Brussels. Editor of the Economist 1974-1986. Governor of the Ditchley Foundation since at least 1981 (still a member in 2005). CEO and editor in chief of the Daily Telegraph plc. 1986-1989. Identified as a governor of the Atlantic Institute for International Affairs in 1987. Chairman of News International (News Corp) 1990-1994. Executive and later non-executive director of News Corp. Director of BskyB since 1994 (later chaired by Jacob de Rothschild and the son of Rupert Murdoch). Non-executive director of Rothschild Investment Trust Capital Partners plc. since 1997 (chairman is Jacob Rothschild, co-director is Nathaniel Rothschild). Chairman of the Compensation Committee and a member of the Audit Committee of News Corporation. Member of the advisory board for Centre for Economic Development and Policy Research at Stanford University. Director of the Anglo-Russian Opera. Director Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust plc. since 2003. Chairman of the Jerwood Charity and Shipston Home Nursing; a member of the Advisory Board of the Centre of Economic Policy Research at Stanford University, California; a member of the Advisory Council of the Institute of International Studies, Stanford University; Governor (and member of the Council of Management) of the Ditchley Foundation; Chairman of the Harlech Scholars’ Trust; a Director of the Kirov Opera and Ballet (London). He was also formerly Chairman of the Ballet Rambert; Trustee of the Victoria & Albert Museum; Governor of Imperial College of Science & Technology; Council member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House); member of the Board of Overseers at the Hoover Institution, Stanford; member of the Steering Committee of Bilderberg (seemed to have began visiting since 1996); Visitor of Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay; Council member of Templeton College, Oxford; non-executive Director of Reuters Holdings plc and of Tandem Computers Inc.

Lewis, Drew L. (Andrew Lindsay Lewis, Jr) Mandalay Former secretary of transportation 1981-1983. chairman and CEO Union Pacific Corp. Director Gannett Corp. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Littlefield, Edmund W. Mandalay / Rattlers A leading San Francisco business executive, and a major benefactor of Stanford University and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Head of Utah International Inc. until 1976 when it merged with General Electric. He joined Utah Construction Co. in 1951 and began his 21-year career as the firm’s principal officer in 1958. Under his leadership, the company was transformed into a worldwide natural resources and shipping company, which was renamed Utah International Inc. In 1976 the company merged with General Electric in what was then the largest merger in history. Littlefield continued as a member of the GE board of directors. Listed as a member of G.E.’s largest stockholding family. Stayed in Rattlers in 2004. Littlefield served on numerous corporate boards throughout his career including Bechtel Investment Co., Chrysler Corp., Del Monte Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., and Wells Fargo & Co. He was also generous with his time, serving on the Stanford University Board of Trustees from 1956 until 1969 and on the Graduate School of Business Advisory Council from 1959 until 1984. He served on the Hoover Institution Board from 1990 to 1994. He also served at different times as a director of both the San Francisco and the California chambers of commerce, as chairman of SRI International, and as a trustee of the Bay Area Council and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.
Vernon R Loucks Jr – Mandalay Senior Fellow of the Yale Corporation and is currently a director of Affymetrix, Inc., Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., Edwards Lifesciences Corp., Emerson Electric Co., Pain Therapeutics, Inc. and Segway LLC. Mr. Loucks holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University,
Marting, Walter A. Mandalay Yale and Harvard. President of Hanna Mining Company of Cleveland, Ohio. President and Chief Executive Officer of Hcell Technology. Early in his career he served as Vice President Administration and Finance for Amax Europe, a subsidiary of Amax,Inc., at the time a Fortune 500 diversified mining concern. He worked more recently as an investment banker with the Los Angeles M&A boutique, L.J.Kaufman and Co. whose clients included Carnation and Hughes Aircraft. With Hughes he arranged a number of innovative lease financings for their in-flight entertainment equipment group. Most recently Mr. Marting has served as CFO of a rapidly growing digital systems firm based in Orange County for whom he arranged seed and early stage capital fundings. He will be involved at hCell in strategic partnering initiatives and in helping the Company achieve its longer term financial and market objectives.
McCone, John Alex Mandalay Executive vice-president Llewelyn Ironworks. Established the McCone Engineering Company, which built oil refineries and industrial plants. On the brink of WWII he established the California Shipbuilding Company Bechtel-McCone Corp. Chairman of the Atomic Energy commission. CIA director under Kennedy to replace Allen Dulles. Director of ITT, Pacific Mutual Life Insurance, United California Bank, Standard Oil of California, and Western Bancorporation. Member of the Knights of Malta.
James Patrick Mc Gillen-Mandalay Former President of Lorimar-telepictures inc.
McLaren, Loyal Mandalay / Stowaway / Cave Man His primary camp was Stowaway where he was a co-captain. McLaren assisted Firestone with his guest, Henry Ford, to meet prominent republicans in different camps. One of them was Gerald Ford. In 1954, on request of the White House, McLaren arranged for the Prime Minister of Pakistan to be received at the Bohemian Grove that summer. He put him in the Stowaway camp and made sure he could give a lake side talk.
McLean, John G. Mandalay Harvard professor who had written a visionary report predicting the inevitability of an oil supply crunch. Became president of Continental Oil Company. Died in 1974.
Mettler, Ruben F. Mandalay B.A. of science degree at California Institute of Technology, sent to Bikini atol after WWII and witnessed some atomic bomb explosions, later studied electrical and aeronautical engineering at Caltech, where he earned a Master of Science degree in 1947 and a Ph.D. in 1949, graduating at the top of his class. Recruited into Hughes Aircraft Corporation and remained there until 1954, after working in different military systems he went to Washington and became a consultant to the Department of Defense, joined Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation in 1955 as assistant director and worked for many years on missile guidance systems and ICBM missiles, Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation changed into TRW Inc. 1958, with TRW Inc. he served as executive vice-president for Space Technology Laboratories (STL) 1959-1962, TRW/STL built the first satellites without government funding and STL went on to become the first contractor selected by NASA to design and build a large scientific spacecraft, Mettler becomes president of TRW Systems Group, which grew out of STL and expanded its leadership in development of large, complex spacecraft for both the Air Force and NASA. All in all, Mettler has been president, chief operating officer, chief executive officer and chairman of TRW Inc. He completely resigned in 1994. Mettler has been a member of the Japan Society, of the Bretton Woods Committee 2004 and of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Edwin H. Morgens Mandalay has been a Director of TransMontaigne Inc. since June 1996. Mr. Morgens has been Chairman of Morgens, Waterfall, Vintiadis & Company, Inc.,
an investment management firm, since 1970. In addition, Mr. Morgens serves as a Director of Programmer’s Paradise, Inc. Trustee American Museum of Natural History
Morrow, Richard M. Mandalay Morrow began his career with SoCalGas in 1974 as an engineer and has held various positions in engineering, gas supply planning and acquisition, transmission and storage, distribution and customer operations, and marketing. Retired president, CEO, and chairman of Amoco Corporation. Chairman National Acadamy of Engineering. Vice president of customer service for Major Markets San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Gas Company. President of the Commercial Club in 1988-1989. Member of the Executive Committee of The Chicago Community Trust 1991-1996. Brought Stephen Bechtel, Jr as a guest to the Bohemian Grove.
David Campbell Mulford Mandalay (born June 1937) is the current United States Ambassador to India. He took office on January 23, 2004. From 1974 to 1984, Ambassador Mulford was also Managing Director and head of International Finance at White, Weld & Co., Inc., and a senior investment advisor to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.

Neylan, John Francis Mandalay Republican party leader and U.C. trustee. In 1950 he wrote to Richard Nixon: “I’m sorry I missed you during your visit to Mandalay Camp at the Grove. Some of my fellow members told me they had a very delightful visit with you. I shall be very glad to be helpful and shall look forward to seeing you on your return trip to San Francisco (Neylan 7-24-50).”
Nixon, Richard M. Cave Man / Owl’s Nest / Mandalay Raised as an evangelical Quaker, Duke University law school, served voluntary in WWII, congressman, senator, very anti-communist, vice president under Eisenhower, lost the presidency from JFK, who supposedly was his friend, United States president 1969-1974, resigned after the Watergate scandal, mentioned that the Bohemian Grove was visited by a bunch of fags.
O´Reilly, David Mandalay Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of ChevronTexaco since the completion of the merger between Chevron and Texaco in October 2001 and, prior to the merger, held the same positions with Chevron since January 2000. Prior Positions Held: Mr. O’Reilly was Vice-Chairman of the Board of Chevron from 1998 until 1999. He was a Vice-President of Chevron from 1991 until 1998. He was President of Chevron Products Company, from 1994 until 1998. He was a Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of Chevron Chemical Company from 1989 until 1991. Other Directorships and Memberships: American Petroleum Institute; Eisenhower Fellowships Board of Trustees; the Institute for International Economics; The Business Council; The Business Roundtable; JPMorgan International Council; World Economic Forum’s International Business Council; the Trilateral Commission; the National Petroleum Council; the American Society of Corporate Executives.
Peterson, Rudolph A. Mandalay Swedish-born, California raised, president and CEO of Bank of America, member of the Council on Foreign Relations, member of the Commission on Postal Organization, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme 1972-1976, director of the James Irvine Foundation 1971-1982, trustee of the Asia Foundation, visited Bilderberg.
Phleger, Herman Mandalay Partner in Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison of San Francisco. Legal advisor to the Department of State 1953-1957. Director Moore Dry Dock Co., and various other companies. Trustee Stanford University 1944-1964, and trustee emeritus since 1964. Went to variety of international conferences. Member Council Foreign Relations. Died in 1984.
Powell, Colin Luther Mandalay In 1989, Powell was promoted to four-star general, becoming the first African American to hold that rank, and was named chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He had an important role in planning the American invasion of Panama in late 1989, and prior to the Persian Gulf War (1991) he played a crucial role in planning and coordinating the victory of U.S. and allied forces. He declined to run for the U.S. presidency in 1995, despite widespread encouragement to do so, and in 1997 became chairman of America’s Promise–the Alliance for Youth, a charitable organization formed to help needy and at-risk U.S. children. Powell was appointed secretary of state by President George W. Bush in 2001. He advocated the so-called Powell doctrine—that U.S. military power only be used in overwhelming strength to achieve well-defined strategic national interests—while promoting “a uniquely American internationalism,” and he also showed a particular interest in African affairs. As secretary of state, however, his influence on foreign policy issues was not as great as that of National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice (who succeeded him in 2005), Vice President Dick Cheney, and others. Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (Honorary) 1993. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, the Trilateral Commission, and the Pilgrims Society. Former member of the Advisory Council of Forstmann Little & Co. Director of AOL and Revolution. Has been hired by the Carlyle Group as a speaker. Joined the venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers in 2005.
Reichardt, Carl E. Mandalay Joined Wells Fargo in 1970, president 1978-1981, chief operating officer 1981-1983, chairman and CEO of Wells Fargo & Company 1983-1994, director of Ford Motor Company since 1981, vice-chairman Ford Motor Company since 2001, director PG&E. Corp., McKesson Corp., ConAgra Inc. and HCA (formerly Columbia/HCA) Healthcare Corp.
Rocard, Michel Mandalay French socialist prime minister. Rocard spoke at the Bohemian Grove, remarking on topics such as French agricultural policy and removing barriers to trade in Europe.
Sage, Andrew G. C. Mandalay Andrew G.C. Sage, II, age 79, has been president of Sage Capital Corporation since 1974. Immediately prior to that time, he served as president of the investment banking firm of Lehman Brothers. Presently, Mr. Sage is chairman of Robertson Ceco Corporation, a prefabricated metal buildings company, and a director of Tom’s Foods, Inc. Throughout his career, Mr. Sage has served in board and executive positions for numerous public companies. Director at American Superconductor Corporation.
Steven B Sample-Mandalay President University Southern California
Shultz, George P. Mandalay Born December 13, 1920, in New York City, the son or Birl E. and Margaret Pratt Shultz. Charles Pratt (1830-1891), Margaret’s grandfather, became a partner of John D. Rockefeller after merging his oil company with Standard Oil in 1874. His son, Shultz’s grandfather, Charles Millard Pratt (1858-1933), was treasurer of Standard Oil and his widow bequeathed their New York mansion, the Charles Pratt House, to the Council on Foreign Relations in 1945, which serves as its headquarters ever since. Birl Earl Shultz (1883-1955), George’s father, was a personnel director with the American International Corporation and founded the New York Stock Exchange Institute (November 10, 1955, NY Times, obituary). B.A. degree in economics from Princeton University in 1942. Attended Cap & Gown events, according to Kay Griggs, just as Allen Dulles, Donald Rumsfeld, William Colby, Frank Carlucci, James Baker, and George Griggs (August 3, 2005, Rense). U.S. Marine Corps 1942-1945, attaining the rank of Captain. Faculty member at MIT 1946-1947. At MIT, according to several accounts, Shultz teamed up with the German social engineer Kurt Lewin, who was setting up a psychological research institute there (died in 1947). Lewin emigrated from Germany to the US in 1932 and is said to have been a leading member of the Tavistock Institute (at the very least he served as a source of inspiration to many of their psychiatrists). Taught in both the MIT Department of Economics and the MIT Sloan School of Management 1948-1957. Earned a Ph.D. from MIT in industrial economics in 1949. Chairman of MIT’s Industrial Relations Division 1954-1957. Leave of absence in 1955 to serve on President Dwight Eisenhower’s Council of Economic Advisers as a senior staff economist. Joined the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business as professor of industrial relations in 1957 and served as dean of the school from 1962 to 1968. Involved in Nixon’s election campaign of 1968. Nixon’s Secretary of Labor 1969-1970. One of the main organizers of the US-USSR Trade and Economic Council in 1972. Nixon’s Secretary of the Treasury 1972-1974. It was during this period that Schultz, along with Paul Volcker and Arthur Burns, supported the decision of the Nixon administration to end the gold standard and the Bretton Woods system. Shultz also regularly played golf with Stephen Bechtel Jr. at Burning Tree. President and director of the Bechtel Group 1974-1982, a privately-held huge construction company strongly linked to the intelligence agencies. Also acted as president of the Bechtel Foundation. Ran Ronald Reagan’s election campaign in 1980, together with Bechtel vice-president Caspar Weinburger. Chairman of the President’s Economic Policy Advisory Board from 1981-1982. Reagan’s Secretary of State 1982-1989. Hosted his good friend Helmut Schmidt at the Bohemian Grove in 1982 and has stayed at Camp Mandalay. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Atlantic Council of the United States. Member National Security Planning Group. Keynote speaker and co-founder of a June 1984 conference on international terrorism sponsored by the Jonathan Institute, an Israeli think tank named after the brother of Netanyahu. Former SAS/MI5 agent Colin Wallace said the institute was a Mossad front. In his opening speech, Shultz claimed that “pre- emptive actions by Western democracies may be necessary to counter the Soviet Union and other nations that… have banded together in an international “league of terror.”” This policy of pre-emptive strikes against terrorism would be implemented 20 years later by the Bush-Cheney administration. According to John Perkins, former chief economist and “economic hitman”, Shultz functioned as the heir to Robert Strange McNamara (1001 Club) as one of the top figures in the new imperial pyramid of power, which employed the structure of economic hitmen to bleed and crush nations. Examples are the Philippines’ Ferdinand Marcos in 1986, and such as the various attacks on Panama, culminating in the 1989 invasion. Then-Secretary of State Shultz once gave a speech in which he threatened the nations present that they had better stay in line, and pay their debts to the IMF. As Secretary of State, he automatically became a honorary member of the Pilgrims Society and gave at least one speech to this club in 1985. In August 1988, while travelling from the airport to La Paz, Bolivia, Shultz’s motorcade was bombed, supposedly by drug dealers. There was only material damage. In 1989 he rejoined Bechtel as a director and senior counselor (he still is anno 2005). Director at Gilead Sciences since 1996. Director Fremont Group, Inc. (owned by the Bechtel corporation) and the Charles Schwab Corporation. Chairman of Accenture’s Energy Advisory Board. Former member of the Advisory Council of Forstmann Little & Co. (Henry Kissinger, Colin Powell, and Donald Rumsfeld have been other members). Has visited the Trilateral Commission in the 1990s. Teamed up with George Soros in 1998 to promote a series of referenda to legalize narcotics. According to author James Mann, who wrote the Rise of the Vulcans book about Bush’s inner Cabinet, Shultz initiated a discussion with George W. in the Spring of 1998, whereby the future President sat down in Shultz’s living room on the Stanford University campus, in order to see if he would be the right man for the presidency. At that meeting were Martin Anderson, the former advisor to both Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan; Abraham Sofaer, a former Shultz aide; John Cogan and John Taylor, two economics professors; and Stanford’s provost, and Shultz protege, Condoleezza Rice. After the scholars associated with the Hoover Institution indicated that they thought Bush would make a good Presidential choice, Bush invited Shultz, Rice, and Anderson down to Austin, Texas for a follow-up meeting in the Summer. Out of that meeting, which was joined by Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz, came the public decision for Bush to run for President. Soon Richard Perle and Dov Zakheim were holding Monday morning conference calls with Bush. Bush W. became president in 2000, selecting the above individuals as his primary staff members. Initial member of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq in 2002, a year before that country was invaded. Co-chairman of the economic taskforce for California gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2003. Co-chairman of the Commonwealth Club Centennial meeting in 2003, sponsored by Goldman Sachs and Carnegie Corporation. Anno 2005, Shultz is chairman of J.P. Morgan Chase’s International Advisory Council, co-chairman of the Committee on Present Danger (together with James Woolsey), and an advisor to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (together with Alexander Haig, Lawrence S. Eagleburger, Richard Perle, James Woolsey, and, until recently, Paul Wolfowitz). Honorary director of the Institute for International Economics (headed by Peter G. Peterson. Other directors are Paul Volcker, Maurice R. Greenberg, and David Rockefeller). Member of the Hoover Institution and the American Enterprise Institute New Atlantic Initiative. Shultz’s most senior advisor and confidant is Charles Hill, a former diplomat to Israel, the Far East, and to the secretary-general of the UN, who now holds positions at Yale and Stanford. Shultz has been a long time associate of Henry Kissinger.
Smith, William French Mandalay In 1946 he joined the law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Los Angeles, where he was a senior partner when he was appointed Attorney General by President Ronald Reagan. Smith was a member of the American Law Institute, American Judicature Society, and the Institute of Judicial Administration’s Board of Fellows, as well as a fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He served as Attorney General from 1981 to 1985 and then joined the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. He has served as a member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on International, Educational and Cultural Affairs in Washington, D.C. from 1971 to 1978; a member of the board of directors of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council since 1970 and its president since 1975; a member of the Los Angeles Committee on Foreign Relations from 1954 to 1974; and a member of the Harvard University School of Government since 1971. He has also served as a member of the advisory board of the Center for Strategic and International Studies at Georgetown University, since 1978 and was a member of the Stanton Panel on International Information, Education and Cultural Relations in Washington from 1974 until 1975. His business affiliations included service as a director of the Pacific Lighting Corp. of Los Angeles from 1967 to 1981 and the Pacific Lighting Corp. of San Francisco from 1969 to 1981, a seat on the board of directors of Jorgensen Steel Company from 1974 to 1981, and a seat on the board of directors of Pullman, Inc. of Chicago from 1979 to 1980. He was a member of the California delegation to the Republican National Convention in 1968, 1972, and 1976, serving as chairman of the delegation in 1968 and vice chairman of the delegation in 1972 and 1976.
Paul M Wythes-Sutter Hill Ventures Founding Partner
Trent, Darrell M. Parsonage / Mandalay Currently a Senior Research Fellow with the Hoover Institute at Stanford University, Darrell Trent served as Chairman of the US delegation to the European Civil Aviation Commission. He has held various other government positions that include Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Transportation and Director of the President’s Office of Emergency Preparedness. His corporate positions include: Chairman, President and CEO of Rollins Environmental Services, Inc.; President and CEO of Food Service, Inc. and Supermarkets, Inc. He served as a member of the National Security Council and of the NATO Senior Civil Emergency Planning Commission. Ambassador Trent was Deputy Campaign Manager for Ronald Reagan’s Presidential Campaigns of 1976 and 1981. Ambassador Trent, who is a graduate of Stanford University with post-graduate degrees from Columbia University and the International Law School at The Hague, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Acton Development Inc. (since 1988). Hosted CIA director William Casey in the Bohemian Grove in 1980. The year before Trent went to Mandalay.
Volcker, Paul A. Mandalay Volcker was born on September 1927 in Cape May, New Jersey. He earned a bachelor of arts degree, summa cum laude, from Princeton in 1949, and a master of arts degree in political economy and government from the Harvard University Graduate School of Public Administration in 1951. Research assistant in the research department of the New York Fed during the summers of 1949 and 1950. Pilgrims Society member and later Rockefeller Foundation vice-chair Robert Vincent Roosa was his mentor there, and Paul Volcker became part of his ‘Brain trust’, or ‘Roosa bloc’ in the following years. Volcker would also become a member of the Pilgrims Society. From 1951 to 1952, he was Rotary Foundation Fellow at the London School of Economics (Rotary International and the Lions Clubs are still seen today by some as the most important recruiting centers for the Masonic movement). He returned to the New York Fed as an economist in the research department in 1952, and special assistant in the securities department from 1955 to 1957. Financial economist at Chase Manhattan Bank 1957-1961. Director of the Office of Financial Analysis at the Treasury 1962-1963. Deputy Undersecretary for Monetary Affairs at the Treasury 1963-1965. Rejoined Chase Manhattan as vice president and director of forward planning 1965-1968. Undersecretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs 1969-1974. Senior fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University for the 1974-1975 academic year. Director Council on Foreign Relations 1975-1979 & 1988. President Federal Reserve Bank of New York 1975-1979. On July 26, 1979 the New York Times stated: “David Rockefeller, the chairman of Chase, and Mr. Roosa were strong influences in the Mr. Carter decision to name Mr. Volcker for the Reserve Board chairmanship.” Chairman Federal Reserve System 1979-1987. Identified by BND officer Hans Langemann as a person who attended the December 1, 1979 meeting of Le Cercle in the Madison Hotel in Washington. Others that attended the meeting were the German Karl-Heinz Narjes (Bundestag; soon went to the ECC), William Colby (the recently retired CIA director at the time), Ed Feulner (president of the Heritage Foundation), Julian Amery (later chairman of Le Cercle; Privy Councillor; father was one of the closest Rothschild allies in building up Israel), and Jean Violet (French intelligence officer; Habsburg employee; Le Cercle co-founder and chairman; Fascist militant before WWII). Volcker became a member of the advisory board of Power Corporation in 1988 and is a friend to Canadian Paul G. Desmarais, Sr., a Privy Councillor and controlling shareholder of Power Corporation since 1968 (Desmarais and the Belgian Albert Frère jointly own about half of the major industries in France and Belgium, including Suez, Société Générale, Total, Imerys, and Groupe Bruxelles Lambert). Director of Prudential Insurance 1988-2000. Chairman of Wolfensohn & Co. in New York 1988-1996. North American chairman of the Trilateral Commission 1991-2001. Chairman of the newly created J. Rothschild, Wolfensohn & Company from March 1992 to 1995, Wolfensohn & Co.’s London-based joint venture. Visited Bilderberg in 1997. Attended meetings of the Ditchley Foundation and has chaired some of them. Advisor to the Japan Society and the International House. Member of the advisory board of Hollinger, together with Henry Kissinger, Richard Perle, and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Director of UAL Corporation, Bankers Trust New York Corporation, and Nestle, S.A. Director United States/Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Committee. Public member of the Board of Governors of the American Stock Exchange American Stock Exchange. Honorary trustee of the Aspen Institute. American Council on Germany, and the American Assembly. Co-chairman of the advisory board of Leadership Forum International and a principal of the Council for Excellence in Government. Member Circle of Presidents RAND Corporation, which means he has donated at least tens of thousands of dollars if not millions. Trustee International Accounting Standards Committee. Honorary chairman Financial Services Volunteer Corps, a firm founded by Cyrus Vance and John C. Whitehead in 1990. Honorary chairman Committee to Encourage Corporate Philanthropy. Chairman Independent Inquiry Committee into the Oil-For-Food program, which also employed Rockefeller’s granddaughter, attorney Miranda Duncan. Chairman board of trustees Group of Thirty (2005). Paul Volcker is a visitor of the Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay. Director of the United Nations Association of the United States of America 2000-2004. Director of the Fund for Independence in Journalism. Wrote the foreword of George Soros’ 2003 book ‘The Alchemy of Finance’. Director of the Institute for International Economics, Washington, headed by Peter G. Peterson. Other directors of the institute are Maurice R. Greenberg and David Rockefeller. Trustee of the American Assembly anno 2005, together with Admiral Bobby Ray Inman (former NSA head; director SAIC; Bohemian Grove; CFR; Trilateral Commission), David Gergen (Bohemian Grove; CFR; Trilateral Commission), and Frank A. Weil (governor Atlantic Institute; CFR). The American Assembly is sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation.
Watson, Thomas J., Jr. Mandalay Eldest son of Thomas J. Watson, the founder of IBM, known to have struggled throughout his life with depression, earned a business degree from Brown University in 1937, and worked a few years as an IBM salesman. In May of 1956 Watson Jr. was named CEO of the company. Only six weeks later his father died. Thomas Jr. took the single biggest risk in IBM’s history when he decided to make all of its previous computer software (and hardware, for that matter) obsolete, by developing a uniform range of new IBM mainframe computers. The new machines were compatible within the range—i.e., they could run the same software and use the same peripherals—but incompatible with the former mainframes. The new series, called the System/360, almost completely bankrupted the entire company; its highly successful launch in 1964 was called by Fortune magazine “IBM’s $5 Billion Gamble”. That same year, because of this success, Dwight D. Eisenhower at the New York World’s Fair awarded Thomas J. Watson Jr. the Medal of Freedom, the highest award a U.S. President can bestow on a civilian. Watson was CEO of IBM from 1956 to 1971 and became a US ambassador to the Soviet Union 1979-1981. He also was a trustee of the China Institute and was called by Fortune Magazine “the most successful capitalist who ever lived” (1976) He was a member of the Pilgrims Society, the 1001 Club, and the Council on Foreign Relations.
Paul M Wythes-Mandalay Sutter Hill Ventures Founding Partner
Capt: Charles B Johnson – Charles Bartlett Johnson, born 1933, is an American businessman. With an estimated current net worth of around $4.3 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the 147th-richest person in the world (2006).

With his brother Rupert Johnson, Jr., Johnson serves as chairman of Franklin Resources, a mutual fund company started by Rupert Sr. in 1947

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Adams, William H. Meyerling Director at XTO Energy, Inc. since 2001. Adams has been a director of XTO Energy since 2001. He is Executive Regional President of Texas Bank in Fort Worth, Texas. Prior to that, he was employed by Frost Bank from 1995 to 2001, where he most recently served as President of Frost Bank-South Arlington. He also served as Senior Vice President and Group Leader of Commercial/Energy Lending at Frost Bank.
Bedford, Peter B. Meyerling Member Hoover Institution Board of Overseers, CEO and chairman of the board of Bedford Property Investors, Inc. Member of the Bohemian Grove Annals Committee in 1997.
Miller, Henry S., Jr. Meyerling Chairman emeritus of the Henry S. Miller Companies and Henry S. Miller Interests, Inc.; and is Managing Partner of Highland Park Village and Preston Royal shopping centres. His career in real estate began in 1938, when he joined his father, the founder of the companies. By 1984 Henry S. Miller was the 5th largest real estate brokerage firm in America.
(Associated with Meyerling)

Adolf, Gustaf He was the Crown Prince of Sweden at that time (House of Bernadotte) and the eldest son of Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden and his first wife Princess Margaret of Connaught. His mother was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria since she was the daughter of HRH Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and his wife, Princess Margaret Luise of Prussia. On October 19, 1932 he married Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, daughter of Carl Eduard, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Princess Sibylla was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria, a granddaughter of HRH Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. In 1947, Prince Gustaf Adolf was killed in an airplane accident at the Copenhagen Airport in Copenhagen, Denmark. One of his sons is Carl XVI Gustaf , today’s King of Sweden. In 1929, Time Magazine named him as a honorary member of the Bohemian Grove.

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John W. Larson – John W. Larson is counsel in Morgan Lewis’s Business and Finance Practice. Mr. Larson’s practice involves mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and securities laws for biotechnology and high technology companies. Prior to joining Morgan Lewis in February 2003, Mr. Larson was the senior partner of a major West Coast law firm, where he served as CEO from 1988 to 1996. Before entering private practice, Mr. Larson was Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior, 1971 to 1973; and Counselor to George P. Shultz, 1973. He is listed in Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America, The Global Counsel 3000, Who’s Who in America, and PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook 2008.
Mr. Larson is a member of the Board of Directors of several companies; he is a member of the Board of Trustees of the California Academy of Sciences; and has been active in civic affairs in San Francisco and the Bay Area, having served as Chairman of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce in 1996.
Mr. Larson is admitted to practice in California.

Midway Camp

* = joined since David Koch first showed on the 1997 membership list
Richard D. Bass – (born 1929) is the owner of Snowbird Ski Resort in Utah and the first man to climb the “Seven Summits,” the tallest mountain on each continent.
Michael F. Bigham – has 14 years of operational experience and six years investment banking experience in life science companies and has been with Abingworth http://www.abingworth.com/venture.jsp since 2002. He was formerly Vice Chairman of Corixa and was President and Chief Executive of Coulter Pharmaceuticals from 1996 until it merged into Corixa in 2000. Previously, he was an early employee at Gilead Sciences, where he spent eight years serving in various capacities, including Executive Vice President of Operations and CFO. Before joining Gilead, Michael was a partner at Hambrecht & Quist, where he became Co-Head of Healthcare Investment Banking. His directorships have included Avila Therapeutics, Magellan, Secure EDI, Supernus Pharmaceuticals and Valeritas. Michael has a BS Degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia and qualified as a CPA before completing his MBA at Stanford University. He is responsible for Abingworth’s Boston office and focuses on growth equity and East Coast venture deals
Richard S. Bodman – Mr. Richard S. Bodman, also known as Dick, CPA serves as Managing General Partner at Venture Management Services, Incorporated and Special Partners Fund, LP. Mr. Bodman has been the Managing General Partner at AT&T Ventures, LLC since May 1996. Mr. Bodman is also a Managing General Partner at VMS Technology Leaders Fund, L.P. Mr. Bodman has been the President of Venture Management Services, Inc. since May 1996. He serves as Managing General Partner of AT&T Venture Fund II, L.P. Previously, he served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Comsat General Corporation and the President of Satellite Television Corporation. He served as Chief Executive Officer and President of PurThread Technologies, Inc. until July 30, 2013. Mr. Bodman established and served as the President of Washington National Investment Corporation. Prior to joining AT&T Ventures, from August 1990 to May 1996, he served as a Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development for AT&T Corporation and served as a Member of AT&T’s Management Executive Committee. He was a Partner at Touche Ross & Company. He was employed at E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Company. Mr. Bodman was the Chief Financial Officer of the Communications Satellite Corporation, the Chief Executive Officer of Comsat General Corp., and the President of COMSAT’s, Satellite Television Corporation. He served in the United States Government as an Assistant Secretary of the Department of the Interior and later as an Assistant Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Executive Office of the President. He is also a Trustee of the NCH Healthcare System. He serves as Chairman of the Board of PurThread Technologies, Inc. Mr. Bodman has been a Director of Young & Rubicam, Inc. since April 1998. Mr. Bodman serves as Director of Coppercom, Inc., TDF and CopperCom Acquisition Corp. He serves as a Director at CCP, LLC. Mr. Bodman has been a Director of Spacehab Inc. since 2003. He served as a Director of Internet Security Systems Inc. since July 1997. He served as a Director of NHP Inc.since August 1995. He served as a Lead Director of Sandia National Laboratories. He was a Director of Young & Rubicam, Lin Broadcasting, and the National Housing Partnerships, Inc. He served as a Director of DTI Networks and ADT Limited. He served as a Director of TYCO International, Inc. since 1997, Reed Elsevier NV until April 15, 1999, GridPoint Inc. from November 2005 to October 17, 2007, Astrotech Corp. from 2003 to December 1, 2005 and Knology, Inc. from June 1996 to May 3, 2005. Mr. Bodman is a Certified Public Accountant. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Princeton University and a Master’s of Science degree in Industrial Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Clark N. Callander – Mr. Clark Callander serves as the Managing Director with Savvian, LLC. Mr. Callander serves as Vice President of UBS Financial Services Inc. He is responsible for Savvian’s Capital Markets Advisory business activity. Mr. Callander has more than 20 years of investment and commercial banking experience, specializing in private placements, merchant banking, mergers and acquisitions, and restructurings. Prior to joining Savvian, he served as the Managing Director and Head of Private Capital Markets at Robertson Stephens International. He served as Vice President at PaineWebber. In addition, Mr. Callander started the Telecommunications Group at Union Bank where he was active in leveraged buyouts for the telecommunications industry. Mr. Callander serves as a Member of the Industrial Advisory Board at Acacia Capital Partners. He received his B.S. degree from Stanford University and his M.B.A. degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Harlan R. Crow of Dallas, Texas, is a longtime Republican benefactor.
*Harlan Crow- The son of Dallas real estate magnate Trammell Crow, Harlan Crow is the owner of Crow Realty Investors, as well as the president of another real estate concern, Crow Holdings. Crow Holdings owns almost 10% of the shares of the Trammell Crow real estate company.[1] Crow is also listed as a managing partner of Crow Family Holdings, as well. [2]
For his generous contributions to the George Herbert Walker Bush Presidential Library, Crow was named a trustee. Other trustees include such Republican luminaries such as Florida governor Jeb Bush and former Secretary of State James A. Baker III . [3]
Harlan Rogers Crow is also trustee of the American Enterprise Institute and a major patron of Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. In 2002, Justice Thomas reported receiving a gift of a “Frederick Douglass Bible,” valued at $19,000, from Harlan and Kathy Crow, whom he described as “personal friends.” [4]
Crow has an unusual hobby of collecting statues of both past and present tyrants, including Vladimir Lenin and Fidel Castro. His home in Dallas purportedly contains one of the world’s largest statuaries on its grounds, with 20 statues ranging up to 20 feet tall [5] [6]
“Crow is a member of the founders committee of the Club for Growth , a conservative political group that raises money uses it to influence public policy and elect political candidates who advocate the ‘Reagan vision of limited government and lower taxes.’ ” [7]
• Director, National Center for Policy Analysis
• CEO, Crow Holdings
• Advisory Board, British American Project [1

Reid Dennis has been an active individual investor and a corporate venture capital investor since 1952. As an individual venture investor, Reid was personally involved with early-stage investments in Acurex, American Microsystems, Ampex, California Microwave, Coherent Radiation, Measurex, and Ultek. As a corporate executive, Reid was responsible for the successful entry of Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company, and then the American Express Company, into the venture capital field. He represented them as a member of the Board of Directors at Recognition Equipment Inc., The Reed Tool Company, and Storage Technology Corporation. While at American Express, Reid was also responsible for managing six publicly-traded mutual funds. After 21 years with the two companies, Reid resigned from American Express in order to form Institutional Venture Associates in 1974 and, subsequently, Institutional Venture Partners in 1980.

Reid was an early investor in and a Director of Exabyte Corporation, Seagate Technology, Sequent Computer Systems (acquired by IBM), and Stratus Computer (acquired by IBM). Reid currently serves as a General Partner of IVP on a part-time basis.

Reid is a past Chairman and President of the National Venture Capital Association (“NVCA”) and a past President of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists (“WAVC”). In April 2000, he received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the NVCA. Reid was also a founder and an original alumni investment manager of both the Stanford Business School Trust and the Stanford Engineering Venture Capital Fund. He served on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Opera Association for 42 years, including 14 years as Chairman.

Reid earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a M.B.A. from Stanford University.
*Dr. Dixon R. Doll, PhD, Director (July 2011 to present), Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee (July 2011 to present), Compensation Committee (September 2011 to present). Professional Experience: Cofounder and General Partner, DCM (an early-state technology venture capital firm) (1996 to present). Chairman, U.S. National Venture Capital Association (2008-2009 fiscal year). Cofounder of the global venture capital industry’s first fund focused exclusively on telecommunications opportunities, Accel Partners. Service on Other Boards: Advisory Board and Executive Committee Member, Stanford Economic Policy Research Institute (current). Overseer, Hoover Institution at Stanford University (current). Member, San Francisco Asian Art Museum Foundation Board (current). Director, Neutral Tandem (2004 to 2010). Board member, University of San Francisco (1997 to 2006 and 2012 to present). Former director of several privately held companies. Former Director and Board Chair, Network Equipment Technologies (1985-2012). Former Board Member and Chair, Force10 Networks (acquired by Dell 2010). Education: B.S.E.E., Cum Laude, Kansas State University, M.S. and Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan
Tully M Friedman – Mr. Friedman is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Friedman Fleischer & Lowe, LLC (a private investment firm). Prior to forming Friedman Fleischer & Lowe in 1997, Mr. Friedman was a founding partner of Hellman & Friedman (a private investment firm) and a managing director of Salomon Brothers, Inc. (an investment bank). Other Public Company Boards: Mr. Friedman previously served as a director of Mattel, Inc. (1984 to May 2012), Capital Source (2000 to May 2007) and Tempur-Pedic International (November 2002 to April 2006). Non-Profit/Other Boards: Mr. Friedman currently serves on the boards of NCDR, LLC, and is the Chairman and a director of Churchs Holding Corporation. He is also Chairman of American Enterprise Institute and Vice Chairman of the Telluride Foundation.
*Louis V. Gerstner Carlyle Group Chairman
IBM CEO (1993-2002)
RJR Nabisco Chairman and CEO (four years)
American Express President
American Express CEO of AE Travel Related Services Company
McKinsey & Company
Member of the Board of Bristol-Myers Squibb
America-China Forum
Augusta National Golf Club
Bush-Cheney ’04
The Business Council
Council on Foreign Relations Board Member
Dreier for Congress Committee
Friends of Dick Lugar

Friends of Senator D’Amato 1998 Committee
George W. Bush for President
John McCain 2008
McCain 2000
National Committee on US-China Relations Board of Directors
Trilateral Commission
Knight of the British Empire June 2001
Author of books:
Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance? (2002, memoir)
Ronald J. Gidwitz – Mr. Ronald J. Gidwitz is a Co-Founder of GCG Partners and has been its Partner since September 1998. Mr. Gidwitz shares responsibility for overall management of the partnership. He served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Unilever HPC Helene Curtis Business Unit from 1996 to 1998. He served as the President of Helene Curtis Industries Inc. from 1979 to 1998 and its Chief Executive Officer from July 1985 to 1998. He held a number of positions within the company, with responsibilities ranging from sales to manufacturing. He served as the Secretary of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He serves as Chairman of Field Museum of Natural History. Mr. Gidwitz has been a Director of KapStone Paper and Packaging Corporation since October 2008; Rexam Beverage Can Americas Inc. since April 14, 1999; Continental Materials Corp., since 1974 and American National Can Group Inc. since April 14, 1999. Mr. Gidwitz also serves as Director on the Boards of Continental Materials Corporation. He serves as a Director of Prairie Packaging Corp., and SEI Consulting. He serves as Member of Board of Governors of Boys & Girls Clubs Of America. He serves as a Member of Executive Advisory Board of The Edgewater Funds. He serves as Chairman of the following organizations including New Prosperity Foundation and the Economic Freedom Alliance. Mr. Gidwitz serves as a Director of Lyric Opera of Chicago, and the Board of Trustees of Rush-Presbyterian Medical Center. He serves as Trustee of Museum of Science and Industry, Rush University and Rush University Medical Center. Mr. Gidwitz also serves as Governor and Chairman-Elect of the Boys and Girls Clubs of American. He has served as the Chairman of The Economic Development Commission of the City of Chicago, the Board of Trustees of the City Colleges of Chicago and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. He served as a Director of Helene Curtis. He has served as Chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education. Mr. Gidwitz is also active in the Chicago business and arts communities. He was named Crain’s Chicago Business Executive of the Year in 1988. In 2006, he was a candidate for Governor of the State of Illinois. Mr. Gidwitz is a graduate of Brown University.
Richard J. Guggenhime – Richard J. Guggenhime’s legal practice emphasizes estate planning, estate and trust administration and federal estate and gift tax. Before joining Schiff Hardin, Mr. Guggenhime was a partner at Heller Ehrman where he served as Chair of the Wealth Management Practice Group from 1987-2005. Mr. Guggenhime has spent decades actively involved in contributing to the San Francisco community beginning his public service as a member of the Parking Authority from 1975-1978. He was then appointed to the Board of Permit Appeals (1978-1985), the Fire Commission (1985 to 1989) and the Recreation and Parks Commission (1989-1993 and 2004-2005). He was appointed to the Airport Commission by Mayor Gavin Newsom in August 2006 and reappointed in August 2009. Mr. Guggenhime is also Past Director of the Commercial Bank of San Francisco, Global Savings Bank and North American Trust Company. Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation
William R. Hambrecht – Mr. William R. Hambrecht, also known as Bill, founded WR Hambrecht + Co., LLC in January 1998 and serves as its Chairman. Mr. Hambrecht is the Founder and Chairman at WR Hambrecht + Co, Investment Arm. He is the Founder of Ironstone Group Inc. and Ironstone Group Inc., Investment Arm. He has been the Chief Executive Officer of Ironstone Group Inc. since March 24, 2008. He is a Co-founder of The United Football League. He served as Chief Executive Officer of WR Hambrecht + Co., LLC until June 18, 2013. He served as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of WR Hambrecht + Co, Investment Arm. He was Founder of Chase H&Q. He introduced OpenIPO. He served as a Managing Director at BV-Cornerstone Ventures, LP. Prior to WR Hambrecht & Co, Mr. Hambrecht co-founded J.P. Morgan H&Q Principals, LP in 1968, where he was the Chairman and held various executive management positions until he resigned in December 1997. He began his career in the securities business in 1958. He was the Founder and Principal of TI Ventures. He worked at Evolve Software Inc. and Red Brick Systems, Inc. Mr. Hambrecht has been a Director of Salon Media Group Inc. since February 9, 2012, Historic AOL LLC since December 2009, Ironstone Group Inc. since 2003; and Aristotle, Inc. since September 1999. He serves as a Director of Delafield Hambrecht, Inc., Intraop Medical Corp., Calyx, Corolla, and ITG Market Research. Mr. Hambrecht serves on the Board of Trustees at The American University of Beirut. He serves as Member of Advisory Council at J. David Gladstone Institutes and is on the Board of Decision Economics. He also was appointed to the Board of the Presidio Trust by President Barack Obama in 2010. He served as a Director of Truett-Hurst, Inc. from 2012 to November 20, 2013. He served as a Director at KQED, Inc. He served as a Director of AOL Inc. from 2009 to February 2011, LXR Biotechnology Inc. since 1998 and Beacon Education Management, Inc. since January 2000. Mr. Hambrecht served as a Director of Adobe Systems Inc., LifeHarbor Investments, Inc., Cardiac Science Corporation, and GetThere.Com, Inc. He served as a Director of Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. until August 17, 2011 and Motorola Solutions, Inc. from 2008 to January 1, 2011. In October, 2006, he was inducted to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Hambrecht received a B.S. from Princeton University and a B.A. In 1957.
Victor A. Hebert -Burrill & Company, a San Francisco based global leader in the life sciences with principal activities in Venture Capital, Private Equity, Merchant Banking and Media, announced that Victor A. Hebert has joined the firm as Managing Director and Chief Legal Officer.
Before joining Burrill & Company, Vic spent his entire legal career at Heller Ehrman LLP. He is a business lawyer with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate governance. In the area of venture capital, Vic has assisted in fund formation, financing transactions for purchasers and issuers, and the representation of many emerging growth companies. Vic has handled numerous mergers and acquisitions for public and private clients, including leverage buyout transactions. Vic has been involved in many public and private offerings of debt and equity securities for issuers and underwriters. Vic has also been involved in a variety of domestic and international joint ventures.
Vic holds bachelor and law degrees from the University California.
Daniel D. Jackson – Daniel D. Jackson is the Member of Jackson Capital LLC and inactive roles in one additional company . Jackson Capital LLC filed as a Domestic in the State of California filed on Thursday, June 06, 1996. This corporation is approximately eighteen years old according to documents filed with California Secretary of State. Jackson Capital LLC also lists CA1FINANCIAL Services as Member. Daniel’s past corporate interests include the President of Bay Petroleum Company .
Thomas L. Kempner – Mr. Thomas Lenox Kempner, Jr., is an Executive Managing Member at Davidson Kempner Capital Management LLC. He founded the firm in December 1987. Previously, Mr. Kempner was a Vice President at First City Capital Corporation, where he traded a special situations portfolio of high-yield and bankruptcy securities and engaged in fixed-income arbitrage. From April 1981 until February 1983, Mr. Kempner was a Vice President of Loeb Partners, where he traded a bond arbitrage portfolio and headed the firm’s money-market department. From June 1978 until February 1981, Mr. Kempner was an Associate at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he traded Corporate and U.S. Government Bonds. He is presently a Member of the Yale Development Board and a Trustee of the Central Park Conservancy. Mr. Kempner also serves on the board of the USA Cycling Development Foundation and is President of the Board of Trustees of The St. Bernard’s School in New York. He graduated from the Harvard Business School in 1978 with distinction and from Yale College in 1975, magna cum laude.
Charles G. Koch – Co-owner and CEO of the biggest private firm “Koch Industries Inc” in the US; Charles Koch is an eminent business magnate, who made his fortune by transforming his father’s moderately successful oil company into a diversified petroleum products trading company with presence in nearly 60 countries. Known as a person with extraordinary management skills, Charles managed and expanded the inherited business to almost 2,600 times the inherited size. The Koch Industries CEO is the 18th richest man in the world and a munificent philanthropist.

Born in Kansas, the son of Late Fred Koch graduated from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology and started helping his father in his oil company named “Rock Island Oil and Refining Company”. After taking over the business reign in 1967, Charles transformed his father’s oil refining firm to a diversified petroleum products company “Koch Industries Inc”, with estimated annual revenue of $40 billion. The company’s expansion included opening facilities in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, and China, acquiring 37,000 miles of oil and gas pipeline and diversifying in areas of pollution control equipment and technologies, forest and consumer products, minerals and fertilizers. Profits from “Koch Industries Inc” provided a flurry of wealth for Charles making him one of the most powerful billionaires in the US. The eminent business tycoon has a net worth of $25 billion and is one of richest man in the planet. The billionaire’s plush home in Palm Desert, California is his additional pricey asset apart from his highly successful firm. Charles has also held several director positions in other companies like Intrust Financial Corp, Georgia Pasfic Corp and Invista.
Charles received many prestigious awards from different Universities and organizations during his lifetime and was also rated one of the most influential people of 2011. The Koch Industries CEO has also made financial support for a number of charitable organizations like “Institute for Humane Studies”, “American Civil Liberties Union”, “Bill of Rights Institute”, “Cato Institute” and “Mercatus Center”. The 76 year old business man is married and has two children.
*David H. Koch – Born in 1940, David Koch, son of Late Fred Koch, is the Executive Vice President of “Koch Industries” and the fourth wealthiest personality in the US. The billionaire’s appetite for expanding the family’s business, acquiring luxurious homes and political, non-political philanthropy has made him an eminent personality in the US. David acquired Chemical Engineering degree from the “Massachusetts Institute of Technology” and currently also serves as the CEO of the “Koch Chemical Technology Group”, a subsidiary of Koch Industries.
With a net worth of $22.5 billion, Executive Vice President of “Koch Industries” holds the title of being the richest man in New York, passing Mayor Bloomberg, and the fourth wealthiest person in the US. Apart from his 9,000 square foot primary residence in New York, the billionaire business tycoon has a number of plush properties including homes in Aspen; Colorado, Southampton; New York, and Palm Beach; Florida. Tour crazy David spends up to $500,000 per week floating around the Mediterranean for several weeks on a 246-foot mega-yacht “Leander”. The affluent personality adores driving around the town streets with his family in a chauffeured Mercedes. The Kansas born business man is married and has three children.
David donated millions to conservative and libertarian organizations via his Koch-controlled foundation “David H. Koch Charitable Foundation”. Big hearted David also made $100 million donation to the “New York State Theater” at New York’s Lincoln Center which houses the New York City Opera and Ballet. The “New York State Theater” was renamed to “David H. Koch Theater” after his vital financial contribution for the theater’s renovation. A kind philanthropist by nature, the billionaire made more than $750 million contribution for cancer research, development of medical centers and support of educational institutions.
William B. MacColl -Board member Laguna Honda Hospital, Pacific Union member, wife a member of Concourse Authority in SF
Richard B. Madden – URS Corp. Mr. Madden has served as one of our directors since 1992. Mr. Madden served as Chief Executive (Board Affairs and Compensation Committees); Officer of Potlatch Corporation from 1971 to 1994 and as a director of Potlatch from 1971 to 1999; as a director of PG&E Corporation from 1996 to 2000; as a director of Pacific Gas and Electric Company from 1977 to 2000; and as a director of CNF Inc. from 1992 to 2002. He is 74 years old.

*Richard A. Magnuson -Richard A. Magnuson has served as Chairman of the Forbes Magazine Board since our inception. Mr. Magnuson is a founder of, and since February 2001 has served as Chief Executive Officer of, GI Partners, an international private equity fund manager which oversees the activities of GI Partners Funds I, II and III. From November 1999 until May 2007, Mr. Magnuson served as Executive Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Investors, where he formed and managed the investments and activities of GI Partners Fund I. From 1994 through 1999, Mr. Magnuson held various positions with Nomura Securities, most recently as Deputy Managing Director of their London-based Principal Finance Group. From 1989 until 1994, Mr. Magnuson was a director in the Investment Banking division of Merrill Lynch. Mr. Magnuson previously served as a director of Glenborough Realty Trust until its sale and is presently a director of four private companies. Mr. Magnuson received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Dartmouth College and a Master of Business Administration degree from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. On March 5, 2012, Richard A. Magnuson, Chairman of Digital Realty Trust, Inc. informed the Board of Directors that he will not stand for re-election to the Company’s Board of Directors at the Company’s 2012 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, effective April 23, 2012.
Michael Mondavi -Founder, Folio Fine Wine Partners and Michael Mondavi Family Estate

Michael Mondavi is known as the “quiet icon” among his friends and colleagues. He is widely credited with helping to establish and build the Napa Valley wine industry as we know it. Drafted into the family business immediately following his college graduation, Michael often spent two thirds of the year traveling, promoting Mondavi wines and the Napa Valley wine industry in general.

*Richard B. Myers USAF (ret.) -Gen. Richard B. Myers was the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he serves as the principal military adviser to the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council. By law, he is the nation’s highest-ranking military officer. Prior to becoming Chairman, the general served as Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for 19 months.

General Myers joined the Air Force in 1965 through the ROTC program at Kansas State University. He entered pilot training in June 1965 at Vance Air Force Base, Okla. A command pilot, he has more than 4,100 flying hours, primarily in the F-4, F-15 and F-16, including 600 combat hours in the F-4.

The general has commanded at all levels and served in significant staff positions throughout the Air Force. His largest commands included U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force at Yokota Air Base, Japan; Pacific Air Forces at Hickam AFB, Hawaii; and the North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Space Command and Air Force Space Command at Peterson AFB, Colo.
Dillon O’Brian – ?
* Michael Aloysious Phelan ?
* Carmen Policy (born January 26, 1943) is an attorney and American football executive who is best known for his front office work for the San Francisco 49ers during the 1980s and 1990s. Policy, a native of Youngstown, Ohio, joined the San Francisco 49ers in 1983 as vice president and counsel. In 1991, he became president and chief executive officer of the San Francisco 49ers and played a key role in the 49ers Super Bowl victories in 1985, 1989, 1990 and 1995.
* Sigmund “Sig” Rogich – Sigmund “Sig” Rogich owns and serves as Chief Executive Officer and President of The Rogich Communications Group, a personal holding company that indirectly provides services to Primadonna Resorts, Inc. Mr. Rogich offers counsel in the areas of strategic planning and business development, crisis communication, issues management, corporate and media relations, business and community relations, political advising, and special projects. He has been employed by TPC as a marketing, political and gaming development consultant, since May 1993. From 1974 to January 1993, Mr. Rogich was the owner of R&R Advertising, the largest advertising agency in the state of Nevada and served as its Chief Executive Officer from 1970 until 1989. Today, R&R Advertising continues to handle all the advertising and media for both the Las Vegas Convention & Visitor’s Authority and the Nevada State Tourism Board. Mr. Rogich served as Assistant to the President of the United States from 1989 to 1992, As a Presidential media advisor, he directed all of the President’s videotaping and filming sessions, assisted with speech preparation and delivery for Oval Office and State of the Union addresses, handled strategic planning and execution of the President’s official visits and public events and traveled extensively with the President. Furthermore, Mr. Rogich served as Director of President Ronald Reagan’s Tuesday Team, Official Guide to former Soviet Premiere Mikhail Gorbachev on his nationwide tour of the United States and United States Ambassador to Iceland. He served as United States Ambassador to Iceland. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Alpha Protective Services, Inc. and WorldDoc, Inc. He has been a Director of On Stage Entertainment Inc., since October 2001. He serves as the Member of Advisory Board of WinWin Gaming Inc. He served as a Director of Primadonna Resorts, Inc., since 1993. Mr. Rogich has been a member of the Board of Governors of the United Service Organizations since January 1993.He serves as the Chairman of the Board for the Clark County Public Education Foundation and President of the Clark County Library Foundation. His other charitable and corporate boards that Mr. Rogich is involved in include the Community College of Southern Nevada Foundation, Opportunity Village and the Las Vegas Water District Advisory Board. graduation from Las Vegas High School, Mr. Rogich earned a degree in Journalism from the University of Nevada at Reno, a natural fit for his avid interest in current events and politics.
William E B Siart Born: c. 1946
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Occupation: Business
Party Affiliation: Republican
Nationality: United States
Executive summary:
University: BS Economics, Santa Clara University (1968)
University: MBA Finance, University of California at Berkeley
Administrator: Trustee, University of Southern California
Excellent Education Development Chairman (1998-)
Member of the Board of First Interstate Bancorp (1990-96), CEO (1995-96), President (1990-95), President & CEO (1985-91)
Member of the Board of Sybron Dental Specialties (2000-04)
Walt Disney Concert Hall Chairman (1998-)
Los Angeles Philharmonic Board of Directors
American Success PAC
Bush-Cheney ’04
California Community Foundation Board of Directors
Dreier for Congress Committee
Friends of Giuliani Exploratory Committee
George W. Bush for President
J. Paul Getty Trust Trustee (2005-)
John McCain 2008
KPAC
Rand Corporation Board of Directors, RAND Education
Southern California Edison Nuclear Trust Committee (1987-)
Straight Talk America
From: http://www.nndb.com/people/576/000161093/

Robert J Spane – Mr. Robert J. Spane, Rocky, served as Chief Executive Officer and President of Vanguard Airlines Inc. from June 1997 to May 2000. During this time, Mr. Spane testified before Congress concerning competition in the airline industry and was featured in the Wall Street Journal and various other newspapers. Mr. Spane served in the U.S. Navy for 35 years where his last position was Commander, Naval Air Force Pacific from October 1993 to February 1996. As Commander, Naval Air Force Pacific, Mr. Spane was responsible for all finances, training, logistics and the material condition of all aircraft carriers, aircraft and naval air stations in the Pacific. Mr. Spane retired from the United States Navy as a vice admiral after 35 years of service. When Mr. Spane left the Navy in 1996, he founded Pacific Associates, a consulting firm specializing in Federal Government related business. In January 2002, Mr. Spane was appointed Port Commissioner of the San Diego Unified Port District and in 2006 became Chairman of the Board. Mr. Spane served as Chairman of the Board of Vanguard Airlines Inc. from June 1997 to May 2001. Mr. Spane has been Vice Chairman and Director of HERC Products Inc. since July 7, 2004. He serves as a Director of Secure Data In Motion Inc. He serves as a Director of TranSystems Corporation and SIGABA Inc. He served as a Director of Vanguard Airlines Inc. since May 1996 and also served as a Director of XOJET Inc. He is a Member of the Homeland Security Advisory Committee. Mr. Spane graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering in 1962 and the Naval Postgraduate School with an M.S. degree in Operation Research/System Analysis. He graduated from the Navy’s nuclear propulsion program and Naval flight and legal schools.
Craig Arthur Stephens – Craig Stephens is an executive and is an owner of Stafford Capital Management LLC, a $23M RIA based in Financial District, CA. Craig is also registered with Pacific Management Ltd, a $9M RIA based in Financial District, CA. Craig has held an industry securities registration for a year and is subject to SEC oversight.
William Laney Thornton – William Laney Thornton is the President of Brannan Management Company, Inc. and holds active roles in seven companies and inactive roles in three additional companies .
Brannan Management Company, Inc. filed as an Articles of Incorporation in the State of California filed on Wednesday, June 14, 1995. This corporation is approximately nineteen years old according to documents filed with California Secretary of State.
William Laney Thornton’s additional active roles include:
• President of Thornton Industries, Inc.
• Member of Blacktop Investors, LLC
• Member of Hennessy Investment Holdings LLC
• Member of Brannan Gp, LLC
• Member of Thornton Family Fund No. 1, L.P.
William Laney Thornton is connected to other officers through these corporate roles. One of the top connections is CA1INVESTMENT .
William’s past corporate interests include the President of Eileen West Designs
* Paul C M Touw – Mr. Paul C. M. Touw serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at iCiX North America, LLC. Mr. Touw founded XOJET, Inc. in 2006 and served as its Chief Executive Officer and President until October 2008. He served as Chief Architect of XOJET, Inc. He co-founded Ariba Inc. and served as its Vice President of Corporate Strategy since March 1997. He also served as Executive Vice President of Strategy for Ariba, Inc. He managed marketing and business development for Ariba from inception from September 1996 to March 1997. From September 1995 to July 1996, Mr. Touw managed western area sales and business development for Open Market, Inc. From 1991 to September 1995, he held various senior technical and sales management positions at Rasna Corporation. Initially, he joined Rasna in a technical capacity, eventually moved into field sales and later became its #1 salesmen. He held analyst and senior analyst positions at Westinghouse Electric Company, AEC Able Engineering, and BP Advanced Materials serving primarily in aerospace engineering and analysis roles. He served as Executive Chairman of XOJET, Inc. since October 2008 and served as its Director. While studying Physics, Mr. Touw wrote an educational book, “Laboratory Physics,” which the university later adopted as a standard textbook for Physics II, which helped fund his education and is still used by the Physics department today. He received the Bay Area’s Most Admired CEO Award in 2007 by the San Francisco Business Times. Mr. Touw holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and Physics from University of the Pacific, School of Engineering.
Charles J Urstadt – Mr. Charles J. Urstadt served as Chief Executive Officer at Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. from September 1989 to July 1, 2013. He is been the Chairman of Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. since 1986 and serves as it Director since 1975. Mr. Urstadt serves as the Chairman and Director of Urstadt Property Company, Inc. He serves as Trustee Emeritus of Pace University. He serves as Vice Chairman of Battery Park City Authority. He serves as Trustee of Historic Hudson Valley. Mr. Urstadt served as a Trustee of Putnam Trust Company and Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association.
John P Woodberry -Mr. John Parker Woodberry is an Independent Director of Dividend Capital Total Realty Trust, Inc. He was the President and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Independence Capital Asset Partners, LLC. Previously, Mr. Woodberry was a Senior Research Analyst at Cobalt Capital from 2001 to 2004. From 1998 to 2001, he was employed at Minute Man Capital Management and Trident Investment Management. From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Woodberry was employed at Templeton Investments. He has been active in finance and investing activities since 1991. Mr. Woodberry earned an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and an A.B. degree from Stanford University.

Owl’s Nest

Nixon, Richard M. Cave Man / Owl’s Nest / Mandalay Raised as an evangelical Quaker, Duke University law school, served voluntary in WWII, congressman, senator, very anti-communist, vice president under Eisenhower, lost the presidency from JFK, who supposedly was his friend, United States president 1969-1974, resigned after the Watergate scandal, mentioned that the Bohemian Grove was visited by a bunch of fags.
Albert, Eddie Owl’s Nest American actor born in 1908. Had his career from the 1940s until the 1980s.
David L. Anderson – Owl’s Nest Dave is a member of the Board of Directors of the MIT Investment Management Company. He is a past Director of the Harvard Business School Alumni Association and a past Trustee of the San Francisco Ballet. He is a past Director and President of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists, a founding member of Entrepreneurs’ Foundation, and served on the Executive Committee of Crystal Springs Uplands School for many years.
Robert J. Arthur -Owl’s Nest Assistant VP of Cantor Fitzgerald LP
Kenneth B. Baggott -Owl’s Nest Author, Marius Of The Populare and Leonardo Betrayal
Norman Barker Jr -Owl’s Nest Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc., Los Angeles, elected as directors Norman Barker Jr. Chairman (retired), First Interstate Bank of California. Direcor (retired) Valeant Pharmaceuticals. Trustee University of Chicago. President We-Go Rotary Club 1975-1976;”Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 Rotary clubs located in 167 countries.”
Shelton Berg – Shelton Berg is a Professor of Jazz Studies at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music. He is a jazz pianist, composer, and arrangerWilliam Carter – William Carter Co. Children’s clothes
Charles E. Cobb Jr Owl’s Nest- Chuck Cobb is the Senior Managing Director and CEO of Cobb Partners, an investment company. .Ambassador Cobb was previously the United States Ambassador to the Republic of Iceland under President George H.W. Bush and was Under Secretary of the US Department of Commerce under President Reagan. Governor Jeb Bush and Governor Charlie Crist have appointed Ambassador Cobb to be the Chairman of Gateway Florida and Florida FTAA, the organizations leading Florida’s efforts in Western Hemisphere trade and commerce. Earlier, Ambassador Cobb was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Disney Development Company and of Arvida Corporation. He served as a member of The Walt Disney Board of Directors and its Executive Committee. He also was the Chief Operating Officer of the Penn Central Corporation. Prior to that, he was President, General Manager or Chief Financial Officer of various subsidiaries of Kaiser Aluminum. He earlier served as an officer in the United States Navy.
Mike B. Corbett – Owl’s Nest-Pasadena California Dermatologist. Family involved in local Government, Police, business, banking, News and Entertainment in and around the Pasadena area.
James A. Collum Jr Owl’s Nest- MISSPELLED NAME IS: CULLUM
From Wichita Falls TX Private Investment see: James A Cullum Sr Trust.
Donald R. Dixon -Owl’s Nest Managing Director & Co-founder who is currently working with Trident Capital. Trident Capital is a leading private equity and venture capital firm committed to empowering entrepreneurs to build innovative and industry leading businesses. Founded in 1993, the firm manages over $1.6 billion of capital in a focused effort to develop world class information services and software business.
David Gergen -Owl’s Nest Gergen is a professor of public service at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and director of its Center for Public Leadership.[] A Durham native, Gergen has also taught at Duke University. where he is now a trustee. Gergen is active on many non-profit boards and is Chairman of the National Selection Committee for the Ford Foundation’s program on Innovations in American Government. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Harry Jack Gray- Owl’s Nest Chairman United Technologies Corporation. United Technologies Chemical Systems Division builds rocket motors for Titan, Minuteman III, Trident, and Tomahawk cruise missiles. U.T. makes Pratt and Whitney jet aircraft engines and Sikorsky helicopters, member Council on Foreign Relations. Currently, Gray is chairman and CEO of Harry Gray Associates and also serves as chairman and CEO of SourceOne and as chairman of Mott Corporation. Became chairman of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) in 1986 and is that still today. The chair before him was Donald Rumsfeld.
Gary Guittard -Owl’s Nest The Guittard Chocolate Company is an American-based chocolate maker which produces high-quality couverture chocolate using original formulas and traditional French methods.
Robert L. Hancock Owl’s Nest- COO, CCO Sands Capital Mgmt, LLC an 18 Billion Dollar Capital Investment Management firm based in Wash DC area.
Harvey Hancock, Owl’s NestUnknown.
William R. Hearst III -Owl’s Nest (born June 18, 1949) became president of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation in early 2003. Son of Wiliam Randolph Hearst Jr and grandson of William Randolph Hearst, Hearst is also director of the Hearst Corporation.
Charles Newel Higgins – Owl’s Nest
Murray Carter Huneke Owl’s Nest- Chairman of Consumers Partners Acquisition Corp 2008. He is a managing director and co-head of the investment banking, consumer and industrial growth groups at Piper Jaffray. With more than 20 years as an investment banker, Huneke is experienced in a full range of investment banking activities, including public offerings, private placements of equity and debt, mergers and acquisitions, and restructuring. Prior to joining Piper Jaffray, Huneke served for eight years in the consumer team at Banc of America Securities/Montgomery Securities in San Francisco, where he was a managing director and responsible for the restaurant and food and beverage investment banking teams. Huneke started his investment banking career in 1987 at Alex. Brown & Sons, Inc. in Baltimore, where he covered the firm’s retailing and other consumer clients. He began his career in retail merchandising and management at Nordstrom. Huneke graduated from Stanford University and received a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.
Richard M. Krasno Owl’s Nest – IVAX Corporation announced the nomination and appointment of Richard M. Krasno, Ph.D. to its Board of Directors. r. Krasno currently serves as the Executive Director of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust and as President of the four affiliated William R. Kenan, Jr. Funds in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Prior to joining the Trust, Dr. Krasno was president of the Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. Member Council on Foreign Relations.
Preston Hotchkis, Owl’s Nest An insurance executive and member of the Business Advisory Council of the Department of Commerce. Met with Eisenhower and Richard Nixon in the 1950s.
Robert D. Kennedy- Owl’s Nest Cornell University Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Kennedy, age 72, held a number of executive and senior management positions with Union Carbide Corporation, including Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President. He retired as Chairman from Union Carbide in 1995 after a career that spanned 40 years. He is a member of the Boards of Directors of Sunoco Inc., Blount International Inc., and Hercules Incorporated. He is on the advisory board of RFE Associates.
Peter C. Kerner Owl’s Nest- Director, Media Services University of California Berkeley
Victor H. Krulak, Owl’s NestMarine Lieutenant General Victor Krulak arrived at the Naval Academy at the young age of 16. “Brute” as he was known, would later play a major role in three wars: World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam. During World War II, Lieutenant Colonel Krulak led a raid against the Japanese at Choiseul Island in the Northern Solomon Islands. He succeeded in his mission of creating a diversion to cover a larger invasion, but was wounded in the battle. PT boats had been dispatched to help Krulak’s battalion evacuate, and he was rescued by a Skipper of one of the boats—John F. Kennedy. When the Korean War broke out, Krulak was assigned to serve as Chief of Staff for the First Marine Division. From 1957-1959, he served as director of the Marine Corps Education Center in Quantico. In March 1964, Krulak was designated commanding general, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, and promoted to lieutenant general. In this position, Krulak was responsible for all Fleet Marine Force units in the Pacific and made more than 50 trips to the Vietnam Theater. His book, First to Fight: An Inside View of the U.S. Marine Corps, is still widely read around the world.
David S. Lewis, Owl’s Nest Mr. Lewis was a major force in the aerospace and defense industry for three decades. His management skills were notable for their breadth, ranging over military and commercial aviation, space exploration, land combat systems, submarines and surface ships. Mr. Lewis was chairman and chief executive officer of General Dynamics from early 1971 until his retirement at the end of 1985. During his tenure, General Dynamics’ revenues and earnings quadrupled. While he was chairman, the company designed and/or built Los Angeles-class fast attack submarines, Trident submarines, M1 Abrams tanks and the first ships ever built to transport liquefied natural gas throughout the world. Under his leadership, the company won the highly competitive U.S. Air Force Lightweight Fighter Competition, with the F-16 Falcon. He was brought along by General Dynamics chairman Roger Lewis in the early 1980s.
Roger Lewis, Owl’s Nest. Assistant Air Force secretary, president of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK) in 1971, and CEO and chairman of General Dynamics up to the 1980s.
Bowen H. McCoy, Owl’s Nest An investment banker became general partner at Morgan Stanley in 1970. Mr. McCoy serves as a trustee for the Urban Land Institute and past president of the Urban Land Foundation and is past president of the Counselors of Real Estate. He served on visiting committees for the Harvard University School of Design and Harvard Memorial Church. At Stanford University, he served as president of the Stanford Alumni Association, chairman of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, a member of the executive committee of the Hoover Institution and co-chair of its capital campaign, and as a member of the board of Stanford Associates.
Dennis A. McNeil, Owl’s Nest Award winning tenor, Dennis McNeil was 1993 National Winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. As a leading tenor at the New York City Opera he was awarded the RichAard F. Gold Career Award for his portrayal as ‘Mark’ in their New York Stage Premiere of Michael Tippet’s A Midsummer Marriage. He also holds first place awards from the Southern California Opera Guild and the Victor Fuchs Memorial Competition and was a recipient of the Emily Baratelli Memorial Award from the New York Opera Index. He is a Sullivan Grant Recipient as well as a recipient of a Rex Foundation Grant from the Grateful Dead. Dennis is now a highly sought after performer in the corporate world having performed for the Kemper Insurance Open, Aon Insurance, the Hearst corporation and most recently, he performed for George W. Bush, his new cabinet, and about 6000 guests at three different inaugural dinners. ennis serves on the Board of Directors of the UC Dfsfcavis Alumni Association, the Advisory Board of the Celtic Arts Education Foundation, the advisory Committee for the Los Angeles Blind Childrens Center, the Manhattan Beach 10K Committee, and the Advisory Board for Catholic Charities Los Angeles Metro Region. A forth generation Californian, Mr. McNeil resides near the beach in Southern California with his wife, Cindy and their daughters, Theresa, Julia, and Maura.
Harry Mullikin, Owl’s Nest Chairman Emeritus of Westin Hotels and Resorts and past chair of the WSU Foundation Board of Trustees
Edwin W. Pauley, Owl’s Nest Pauley made his fortune running oil companies from the mid-1920s onward. He became involved with the Democratic Party as a fundraiser in 1930s, eventually becoming treasurer of the Democratic National Committee. In the summer of 1944, while treasurer of the DNC, Pauley was part of a group that persuaded Roosevelt to choose Truman over Henry Wallace as the vice-presidential nominee. He later served as United States representative to the Allied Reparations Committee from 1945-1947. In May 1946, Pauley met with Herbert Hoover to discuss the impact of food relief on Japan’s ability to pay reparations. Pauley was en route to East Asia to discuss with General MacArthur the Japanese situation in light of rising tensions with the Soviet Union. When Truman nominated Pauley to be Undersecretary of the Navy in 1946, he was opposed by Secretary of the Interior, Harold Ickes. Ickes held that Pauley’s ties to oil interests was a clear conflict of interest. Truman pressed ahead with the nomination, so Ickes resigned. This effectively scuttled Pauley’s nomination, and led him to return to working behind the scenes in the Democratic Party. Pauley served in Truman’s ‘kitchen cabinet’ and advised Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. He also was an ardent supporter of UCLA, both as a regent and as a financial donor. Pauley Pavilion is named for him.
Ronald Reagan, Owl’s Nest United States president 1981-1989, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. He got rousing applause when he called for greater regulation of the media. “You know, the press conferences were adversarial bouts — they were there to trap me in something or other.”
Glenn T. Seaborg, Owl’s Nest In 1939, Dr. Seaborg was appointed an instructor in chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1941, and to Professor of Chemistry in 1945. In 1946, he also took responsibility for direction of nuclear chemical research at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, operated for the Atomic Energy Commission by the University of California; from 1954 to 1961, he was Associate Director of LRL. In the same year, he was appointed by President Truman to be a member of the AEC’s first General Advisory Committee, a post he held until 1950. In 1958, he was appointed Chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley. In that capacity he served until his appointment by President Kennedy to the Atomic Energy Commission in 1961, when he was designated Chairman of the Commission. His term of office expires in 1968. From 1959 to 1961, he was also a member of the President’s Science Advisory Committee. Dr. Seaborg was given a leave of absence from the University of California from 1942-1946, during which period he headed the plutonium work of the Manhattan Project at the University of Chicago Metallurgical Laboratory. He was co-discoverer of plutonium and all further transuranium elements through element 102. In addition to the discovery of transuranium elements, Dr. Seaborg and his colleagues are responsible for the identification of more than 100 isotopes of elements throughout the Periodic Table.
John E. Smith, Owl’s Nest Senior Vice President; Subsidiary Officer; Chief Investment Officer for Home Properties Inc. a self-administered and self-managed real estate investment trust worth 2.9B
Jack D. Sparks, Owl’s Nest After being enlisted in the Army Air Corps (WWII) he advanced to the rank of captain before returning to his job on the assembly line at the 1900 Corporation. People in positions of authority knew Sparks and recognized his potential. Within a few years, Sparks was moved out of the factory into personnel work and labor relations. Later, he moved into sales and marketing where he became producer of a strong Whirlpool product line. In the Whirlpool sales department he was promoted to director of marketing, and later, became chairman, president, and chief executive officer of the Whirlpool Corporation. He started the employee-training programs now in place at Whirlpool.
J. Paul Sticht, Owl’s Nest Sticht began his career with United States Steel Corp. and then Trans World Airlines Inc. He joined Campbell Soup Co. where he became Vice President of Marketing and later President of its international subsidiary. He left Campbell to join Federated Department Stores as Executive Vice President and a member of its board of directors, and soon after became President of Federated. “He became a member of the Board of Directors of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in 1968 and in 1972, after retiring from Federated, was elected Chairman of the Executive Committee. In 1973, Paul was elected President of RJR, which by that time had changed its name to R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. He was elected Chief Executive Officer in 1978 and Chairman of the Board in 1979. After his retirement as a full-time employee in 1984, Paul remained on the Board of Directors serving as Chairman of the Executive Committee and a coinsultant. Paul was brought back twice from his retirement at R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. He first returned from April until October of 1987 to serve as Chairman of the company which had by then become known as RJR Nabisco, Inc. and then returned from February until April of 1989 as acting Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, following the acqusition of RJR Nabisco by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Company.” He has been a member of the boards of directors of Celanese Corp., Chrysler Corp., S.C. Johnson & S on, Inc., McKesson Corp., Textron Inc., Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. and Wachovia Corporation.
Vernon Taylor, Jr. Owl’s Nest President Westhoma Oil Company Denver Colrado
Arthur Norman Thomas MD -Owl’s Nest Thoracic surgeon Hillsborough CA
Edward D. Verrier MD Owl’s Nest- Thoracic surgeon Seattle WA
Vaughn Walker-Owl’s Nest Judge, U. S. District Court, Northern District of California
Nominated by George H.W. Bush on September 7, 1989,
James B. Weisler Owl’s Nest- Science Applications Int. Corp. – SAIC’s approximately 44,000 employees serve customers in the Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, other U.S. Government civil agencies and selected commercial markets. SAIC had annual revenues of $8.9 billion for its fiscal year ended January 31, 2008.
George S. Wheaton III Owl’s Nest- Board of Directors American Potash and Chemical Corp. // Lehman Brothers. Related to a Mrs. George S. Wheaton (GrandMother of the III), a descendant of Captain John D. Henley, a WWII Navy Hero. Related to George S. Wheaton a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West, Oakland Parlor who died in 1909.

2008 update: Owl’s Nest Camp at Bohemian Grove—Ronald Reagan’s Camp (partial list)

David L Anderson – a member of the Board of Directors of the MIT Investment Management Company. He is a past Director of the Harvard Business School Alumni Association and a past Trustee of the San Francisco Ballet. He is a past Director and President of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists, a founding member of Entrepreneurs’ Foundation

Norman Barker Jr. – Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc., Los Angeles, elected as director. Chairman (retired), First Interstate Bank of California. Direcor (retired) Valeant Pharmaceuticals. Trustee University of Chicago

Charles E. Cobb Jr. – Senior Managing Director and CEO of Cobb Partners, an investment company. Cobb was previously the United States Ambassador to the Republic of Iceland under President George H.W. Bush and was Under Secretary of the US Department of Commerce under President Reagan. Governor Jeb Bush and Governor Charlie Crist have appointed Ambassador Cobb to be the Chairman of Gateway Florida and Florida FTAA, the organizations leading Florida’s efforts in Western Hemisphere trade and commerce. Earlier, Cobb was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Disney Development Company and of Arvida Corporation. He served as a member of The Walt Disney Board of Directors and its Executive Committee. He also was the Chief Operating Officer of the Penn Central Corporation. Prior to that, he was President, General Manager or Chief Financial Officer of various subsidiaries of Kaiser Aluminum. He earlier served as an officer in the United States Navy.

Donald R. Dixon – Managing Director & Co-founder who is currently working with Trident Capital. Trident Capital is a leading private equity and venture capital firm committed to empowering entrepreneurs to build innovative and industry leading businesses. Founded in 1993, the firm manages over $1.6 billion of capital in a focused effort to develop world class information services and software business.

David Gergen – Gergen is a professor of public service at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and director of its Center for Public Leadership. A Durham native, Gergen has also taught at Duke University. where he is now a trustee. Gergen is active on many non-profit boards and is Chairman of the National Selection Committee for the Ford Foundation’s program on Innovations in American Government. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a long time political advisor to various presidents as well as a media pundit.

Harry Gray -is an American business manager and philanthropist best known as CEO and chairman of United Technologies

William R. Hearst III – became president of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation in early 2003. Son of Wiliam Randolph Hearst Jr and grandson of William Randolph Hearst, Hearst is also director of the Hearst Corporation.

Richard M. Krasno – IVAX Corporation announced the nomination and appointment of Richard M. Krasno, Ph.D. to its Board of Directors. Krasno currently serves as the Executive Director of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust and as President of the four affiliated William R. Kenan, Jr. Funds in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Prior to joining the Trust, Dr. Krasno was president of the Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. Member Council on Foreign Relations.

Peter C. Kerner – Director, Media Services University of California Berkeley

V. H. Krulak – Lieutenant General, U.S.M.C Krulak was designated commanding general, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, and promoted to lieutenant general. In this position, Krulak was responsible for all Fleet Marine Force units in the Pacific and made more than 50 trips to the Vietnam Theater. His book, First to Fight: An Inside View of the U.S. Marine Corps, is still widely read around the world.

Bowen H. McCoy – An investment banker became general partner at Morgan Stanley in 1970. Mr. McCoy serves as a trustee for the Urban Land Institute and past president of the Urban Land Foundation and is past president of the Counselors of Real Estate. He served on visiting committees for the Harvard University School of Design and Harvard Memorial Church. At Stanford University, he served as president of the Stanford Alumni Association, chairman of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, a member of the executive committee of the Hoover Institution and co-chair of its capital campaign, and as a member of the board of Stanford Associates.

Harry Mullikin – Chairman Emeritus of Westin Hotels and Resorts and past chair of the WSU Foundation Board of Trustees,

Ronald Reagan – 40th PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES and 33rd Governor of California.

J Paul Sticht – a former executive at tobacco company R.J. Reynolds, died March 2007

Vernon Taylor Jr – President Westhoma Oil Company Denver Colrado

Vaughn Walker- Judge, U. S. District Court, Northern District of California Nominated by George H.W. Bush on September 7, 1989,

James B Weisler – Science Applications Int. Corp. – SAIC’s approximately 44,000 employees serve customers in the Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, other U.S. Government civil agencies and selected commercial markets. Annual revenues of $8.9 billion.

Rattlers Camp

Edmund W. Littlefield, Jr.- Great Grandson of Utah Construction Founder, Ormund Wattis. His father, Edmund, Sr., also a Bohemian, passed in 2001. Under the senior Littlefield’s control, UI became an internationally formidable company, eventually merging with GE, the largest corporate merger ever up to that time. Littlefield served on the boards of some of the largest corporations in America, including GE, Bechtel Investment, Chrysler, Del Monte, Hewlett-Packard and Wells Fargo Bank.
Edmund, Jr. appears to be living off approximately $60 million trust fund yielding $1.2 million annually, according to a child custody brief available online.
Bob Weir- Grateful Dead- Spike the Kool-Aid, Bobby!
Nick Forster – eTown ( a national, 501(c)3 nonprofit, syndicated radio program, produced in Boulder, Colorado, and heard on National Public Radio, community radio stations, and commercial radio) was founded in 1991 by host and co-executive producer Nick Forster, a career musician (best known his work in the progressive bluegrass band Hot Rize) and his wife, Helen Forster, a professional actress/vocalist/voiceover artist who serves as co-host and executive producer of the show. eTown presents a wide-range of roots music, conversation and examples of environmental and community activism to listeners around the world.
eTown host Nick Forster’s involvement in music began as a teen playing guitar in various amateur folk and folk-rock bands in upstate New York. A job offer as a luthier (guitar repairman) led him to Colorado in 1975, where he met future bandmates Charles Sawtelle, Pete Wernick and Tim O’Brien. In 1978 they formed the bluegrass group: Hot Rize. In Hot Rize, Nick played the bass and guitar, provided vocals and acted as the group’s M.C. The band released ten albums, toured worldwide and appeared on radio and television programs, including Austin City Limits, The Grand Ole Opry and A Prairie Home Companion. Hot Rize earned both a Grammy nomination and the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year Award before retiring in the spring of 1990. Nick teamed up with Tim O’Brien and Jerry Douglas to form a new group just after Hot Rize retired. In 1990, Nick accompanied Sam Bush, John Cowan, and Laurie Lewis on an extensive US State Department tour of Eastern Europe and Turkey. During the tour, he was struck by music’s ability to bring people from diverse backgrounds together, including former Communist Party bosses, new democratic leaders, school teachers, business executives, dissident poets and everyday citizens. He was also astounded by the region’s noticeable environmental degradation due to lack of community control. Nick imagined there had to be a way to link the power of music with the sharing of information about and solutions to the environmental and social challenges facing the planet, inspiring people to work together to make a positive difference. On the flight home, he came up with the idea of a radio program that would channel the energy and spirit of live-performance audiences into a dialogue about global issues. Returning home from that U.S. State Department tour, Nick shared the idea of the radio show with Helen, who agreed to help him. The two of them launched the program ‘eTown’ on Earth Day in 1991.

Stowaway Camp

Thomas B Hazlehurst MD – Pulmonary physician in Daly City
Brooks Walker Jr- Brooks Walker is past Chairman of San Francisco Real Estate Investors and former Chairman of the Board of USL Capital Corporation. Mr. Walker serves on the Board of Directors of the GAP Co. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
Victor K Atkins – Member Executive Committee of Caltech University, associate of the RAND Corporation
Victor K Atkins Jr – Director Bank of America Foundation
Peter K Barker – Goldman Sachs Advisory Director (1998-2006 } Member of the Board of Ameron International (1999-) Member of the Board of Avery Dennison (2003-) Member of the Board of Fluor (2007-) Member of the Board of GSC Investment Corporation, Member of the Board of Stone Energy Corporation (2000-)
John B Bates Jr – Attorney has devoted the last fourteen years of his distinguished 30-year legal career exclusively to mediation. Successfully handled 3,000 mediations across the U.S. involving business, class actions, construction, employment, environment, healthcare, insurance/reinsurance, intellectual property, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, patent and trademark, personal injury, product liability, securities, and toxic torts.
Peter Beaudoux Breck – Managing Partner Rosewood Venture Capital in San Francisco
Fred L Carroll – ?
Charles Crocker – Chairman of the board of Children’s Hospital in San Francisco, chairman of the Hamlin School’s Board of Trustees, president of the Foundation of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, president of Crocker Capital Corporation, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of BEI Technologies Inc., board member of BEI Medical Systems Company, Inc., board member of Fiduciary Trust International, board member of Pope & Talbot Inc., board member of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated since 2001, director at Franklin Templeton Investments,
Leo A Daly III – Leo A. Daly Co. is an international architecture, engineering, planning, interior design and program management firm based in Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It was founded in 1915 by Leo A. Daly. The company is the number 12 architectural firm in the United States, with more than $106.5 million in annual architectural revenue.
Paul B Fay III – ?
James C Flood – Mr. Flood is a former Executive Vice President of Wells Fargo Bank. He is presently a general partner of Flood Partners, the owners and operators of the historic Flood Building in downtown San Francisco.
John H E Haskell Jr – John H. F. Haskell, Jr., age 76, was for more than the past five years, until his retirement on March 31, 2004, an investment banker and advisor with the investment banking firm of UBS Securities LLC, New York, New York, and its predecessors. From March 31, 2004 until May 31, 2005, he was a non-employee advisor for UBS. Mr. Haskell is co-chair of the board of the French Institute Alliance Francaise. Director of Pall Corp East Hills, New York INDUSTRIAL GOODS / DIVERSIFIED MACHINERY
Bruce Levingston – Famous classical pianist
Paul Albert Miller – Died Sept. 2004, served as director or trustee of Wells Fargo Bank, Newhall Land and Farming and the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.
Charles F Morgan – Morgan Stanley Trust
Paul F Pelosi – Husband of Nancy Pelosi House Speaker. Pelosi’s Husband Is an Extremely Wealthy Real Estate Developer .The Pelosi family has a net worth of over $90 million, mainly from Paul’s investments. Paul Pelosi, Italian/Catholic, was a New York investment banker turned San Francisco real estate developer. He is president of Financial Leasing Services, a venture-capital company in San Francisco.
Joseph W Ralston USAF – Joseph W. Ralston has been a member of The Timken Company Board of Directors since 2003. Ralston is vice chairman of The Cohen Group, an organization that provides clients with comprehensive tools for understanding and shaping their business, political, legal, regulatory and media environments. He has served in this position since 2003. Ralston is a retired general in the United States Air Force. He previously was Supreme Allied Commander in Europe of NATO forces from 2000 to 2003. He serves on the board of directors for Lockheed Martin Corporation and URS Corporation.
David Rockefeller Sr. (born June 12, 1915 is a prominent American banker, statesman, globalist and the current patriarch of the Rockefeller family. He is the youngest and only surviving child and grandchild, respectively, of the prominent John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the billionaire oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil.
David Rockefeller Jr. – (born July 24, 1941 is a philanthropist and an active participant in nonprofit and environmental areas. The eldest son of David Rockefeller, he is a leading fourth-generation member (known as “the Cousins”) of the prominent Rockefeller family, serving on many boards of the family’s institutions.
Robert D Stuart Jr – Robert D. Stuart, Jr., is the former CEO of Quaker Oats and a former U.S. Ambassador to Norway. He is now President of North Star Investments, and a nationally active fundraiser for Republican causes.
Walter H Sullivan III – Walter H. Sullivan, III, is the principal of Realvest, LLC, a real estate and venture capital investment firm based in San Francisco. Walter’s business interests include being the third generation real estate in North America and Europe.
Lawrence R Tollenaere – Ameron Inc., Monterey Park, Calif., which makes construction products, named Lawrence R. Tollenaere chairman and chief executive
Erik Jacobus van Dillen – ?

Sundodgers

Adams, Robert M. Jr. Sundodgers Robert McCormick Adams Jr. (born 1926) is a U.S. anthropologist. He served as the provost of the University of Chicago from 1982 and 1984. He served as the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution from 1984. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Ashley, Holt Sundodgers Stanford Professor Emeritus of Aeronautics and Astronautics, received the Daniel Guggenheim Medal, received an award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Doan, Herbert D. Sundodgers President and CEO of The Dow Chemical Company from 1962 to 1971. He served on the Dow and Dow Corning boards of directors and in 1973 founded Doan Associates, the second venture capital company in Michigan. He chairs the board of Neogen Corporation and is on the boards of the Michigan Molecular Institute (MMI) and Dendritech, Inc., a for-profit subsidiary of MMI. In the public arena he has served on the National Science Board (the governing body of the National Science Foundation) and the board of the Office of Technology Assessment. He has worked with the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, cochaired Michigan’s Venture Capital Task Force, and served as president of the Michigan High Technology Task Force. Doan is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Chemical Society, and Sigma XI, and has received several honorary degrees. Since 1996 he has been president and chairman of the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation. Recipients of the Petrochemical Heritage Award.
Naegele, Robert E. Sundodgers Former vice president and director of The Dow Chemical Company and a long-time Midland resident. Died in 2000.

Wild Oats Camp

Phillip J. Carroll, CEO, Shell Oil, Fluor Corp., BAE Systems, American Petrolium Institute Lifetime Member.
Profile: Philip J. Carroll
Positions that Philip J. Carroll has held:

* Chief adviser to Iraq’s Oil Ministry

Related Entities:

* Employee Royal Dutch/Shell

Quotes
June 2003

“Most of the companies have been thinking about Iraq for many years, and I mean many years, because of the obvious potential of the resource base. There will be, I’m sure, a great deal of interest to begin discussions at as early a date as possible with the Iraqis.” [Washington Post, 6/5/2003]
Associated Events

* Events Leading Up to the 2003 Invasion of Iraq – 2002-2003 – Noted experts, analysts and commen …

Philip J. Carroll was a participant or observer in the following events:
Fall 2002-January 2003: US State Departments and Former Oil Executives Plan Iraq’s Post-Invasion Oil Industry
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The Bush administration picks Philip Carroll, a former CEO of Royal Dutch/Shell’s US division, to advise post-Saddam Iraq’s oil ministry. [Harper’s, 4/2005, pp. 74-76] He is formally appointed in January 2003 along with Gary Vogler of ExxonMobil, three employees of the US Department of Energy, and an employee of the Australian government. In the months before the invasion, they are sent to Kuwait where they “begin planning for the restructuring of the ministry of oil to improve its efficiency and effectiveness [and] begin thinking through Iraq’s strategy options for significantly increasing its production capacity,” Carroll later explains. [Muttitt, 2005]

Entity Tags: US Department of State, Gary Vogler, Australia, Philip J. Carroll
Timeline Tags: Events Leading to Iraq Invasion
May 16, 2003: US Adviser to Iraq Oil Ministry Says Iraq Might End Its Membership in OPEC
Philip Carroll, the chief adviser to the new Iraqi government’s oil ministry, tells the Washington Post that Iraq might end its membership in OPEC. “[Iraqis] have from time to time, because of compelling national interest, elected to opt out of the quota system and pursue their own path…. [The new Iraqi government] may elect to do that same thing.” But Carroll later tells investigative reporter Greg Palast that he personally would not have supported privatization. “Nobody in their right mind would have thought of doing that,” he later explains. [Washington Post, 5/17/2003, pp. E01]

Entity Tags: Philip J. Carroll

Timeline Tags: Events Leading to Iraq Invasion, Iraq under US Occupation
September 2003 or October 2003: Iraqi Oil Ministry Gets New US Oil Advisors

Philip Carroll, the chief adviser to the new Iraqi government’s oil ministry, and Gary Vogler, another adviser, resign and are replaced by Rob McKee, a former vice president of ConocoPhillips, and Terry Adams of BP Oil. [Muttitt, 2005; Harper’s, 4/2005, pp. 75]

From: http://www.historycommons.org/entity.jsp?entity=philip_j._carroll
Kenneth G. Hecht, Jr.- Plageman Lund LLP, SF- born Evenston, Illinois, July 7, 1942; admitted to bar, 1969, Illinois: 1970, California. Education: University of the Pacific (B.A., 1964); University of Caen, France; Chicago-Kent College of Law (J.D., 1969). Member: Alameda County Bar Association; State Bar of California (Member Sections: Real Estate, Corporate Employee Relocation and Insurance). http://www.lawyers.com/California/Oakland/Plageman-and-Lund-LLP-173562-f.html

Tim Hockenberry- Mill Valley musician

Dana G. Parry, Concord Real Estate attorney

Wohwohno Camp

Disclaimer, of course, that based on only names, some inaccuracies may occur.
I Googled “media mogul”s and was sent to Forbes 500 list of moguls. The media mogul was John Kluge, founder of Metromedia. I don’t know about you, but I believe media conglomerates have been doing quite well in the free market. He is, of course, a Bohemian.
His camp showed as Wohwohno, and the list showed 6 camp members, whom I also Googled and Wikipediaed, with these results:
Edward Marszal, MAY be the owner of a gas station chain in the Sacramento area.
Haddon M. Salt, owner H. Salt, Esq. Fish and Chips
Bruce McCaw- MAY be toward the bottom of Forbes 500 richest in 2004, MAY own a racing team, still digging, unless you know him.
There is also William F. Norris and Edward Frederick Radke III, neither of whom I could find info on.
Looks like a group of small entrepreneurs made good.

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Bohemian Club Members 2008

A

Abbott, Frank W. Jr. / Moonshiners
Abernathy, G. D. Jr. / Whoo Cares
Abernethy, David Beaven / Sempevirens
Abnee, A. Victor / Five Easy Pieces
Acquistapace, James S. / Dragon
Adams, Clifford S. / Valley of the Moon
Adams, David Bruce / Tunerville
Adams, Edward E. / Aviary
Adams, Griffith H. / Totem In
Adams, James T. / Meyerling
Adams, Michael C. / Meyerling
Adams, Peter Stewart / Skiddoo
Adams, William H. / Meyerling
Agius, Tancred E. A. / Valhalla
Aigner, Dennis John / Jungle
Akers, John F. / Mandalay
Aldinger, William F. / Uplifters
Alexander, George / Woof
Alexander, Matthew D. / Pink Onion
Allen, Francis Frederick / Wild Oats
Allen, Peter Thatcher / Three Threes
Allen, Rex / Totem In
Allen, Robert H. / Wild Oats
Allen, Wheatly / Wayside Log
Allison, Ben M. / Puma
Alpert, Bernard S. / Hill Billies
Alvarez, Walter / Pelican
Ames, Lawrence C. Jr. / Sons of Rest
Anderson, Brenton W. / Sempevirens
Anderson, Bruce Garrett / Web
Anderson, David L. / Owl¹s Nest
Anderson, Eric Charles / Tunerville
Anderson, F. Allan / Totem In
Anderson, Gunnar D. / Monkey Block
Anderson, James G. / Aviary
Anderson, Mark S. / Aviary
Anderson, Martin / Sempevirens
Anderson, Martin Carl / Cave Man
Anderson, Ross S. / Silverado Squatters
Andrew, Paul B. / Meyerling
Angeli, Primo / Madrone
Aoun, Joseph E. / Spot
Arguelles, Romeo A. / Pelican
Argyros, George L. / Lost Angels
Armacost, Michael H. / Mandalay
Armacost, Samuel H. / Mandalay
Armstrong, Paul A. W. / Crossroads / Tunerville
Arnelle, H. Jesse / Tarry Town
Arnold, Richard K. / Poker Flat
Arnold, Robert M. / Hill Billies
Arnott, Peter R. / Shoestring
Arscott, David Gifford / Aviary
Arthur, Robert J. / Owl¹s Nest
Ash, Glenn J. / Dog House
Ashby, Peter R. / Idlewild
Ashenfelter, Orley Clark / Cave Man
Ashley, Wm. Whitley / Sundodgers
Ashton, Harris J. / Mandalay
Ashton, William S. / Tunerville
Aspevig, Clyde R. / Seven Trees
Atcheson, David M. / Rendezvous
Atcheson, William E. / Rendezvous
Ateljevich, Sava / Band
Atkin, James Blakesley / Poker Flat
Atkins, Victor K. Jr. / Stowaway
Atkins, William T. / Wild Oats
Atkinson, Earle / Band
Atkinson, Franklyn R. / Shoestring
Atkinson, James B. / Nec Natama
Atkinson, Richard C. / Wild Oats
Atwater, H. B. Jr. / Mandalay
Augustine, Norman R. / Pelican
Austrian, Robert ³B/ Oz² / Aviary
Avery, Bruce / Pink Onion
Ayres, Robert B. (Bruce) / Tie Binders

B

Baastad, Paul H. / Druids
Bacon, Milton Edward / Green Mask
Bacon, Thomas Edgerton / Snug Harbor
Baggott, Kenneth B. / Owl¹s Nest
Bailard, Thomas E. / Santa Barbara
Bailey, Arthur E. / Halcyon
Bajpai, K. Shankar / Totem In
Bakaly, Charles G. Jr. / Lost Angels
Baker, Cameron / Thalia
Baker, G. Leonard Jr. / Spot
Baker, James A. III / Woof
Baker, William Leonard Jr. / Romany
Ballachey, John Maturin / Sundodgers
Ballard, Robert D. / Mandalay
Bancroft, James R. / Owlers
Bancroft, Paul III / Hill Billies
Bancroft, Paul Marshall / Owlers
Banker, William H. Jr. / Crow¹s Nest
Bannan, C. Forrest Jr. / Lost Angels
Barbour, Haley / Haven
Bark, Dennis Laistner / Sahara
Barker, Dwight L. / Land¹s End
Barker, Peter K. / Stowaway
Barlow, Edward L. / Land¹s End
Barnard, Bailey Stone / Valley of the Moon
Barnard, David H. / Jinks / Band
Barnard, Timothy Henry / Web
Barnard, William M. / Aviary
Barnes, William B. / Tunerville
Barnett, Thomas W. / Tunerville
Baron, Barry C. / Five Easy Pieces
Barlett, Philip C. / Skiddoo
Barton, Philip E. / Aviary / Spot
Barton, Thomas Lewis / Spot
Bass, Lee M. / Zaca
Bass, Richard D. / Midway
Bates, Charles W. / Pink Onion
Bates, John B. Jr. / Stowaway
Baum, Marc Hampton / Band
Baumgartner, J. Peter / Silverado Squatters
Baxter, Charles B. / Tie Binders
Baxter, George J. / Tie Binders
Baxter, Thomas W. / Tie Binders
Beach, Robert S. / Medicine Lodge
Beale, Robert / Jungle
Beall, Alvan H. Jr. / Aviary
Beall, Donald R. / Mandalay
Bean, Robert L. / Thalia
Beardsley, R. Duncan / Bella Union
Bechtel, Gary H. / Care Less
Bechtel, Riley P. / Mandalay
Bechtel, S. D. Jr. / Mandalay
Beck, Bill / Fore Peak
Beck, Joseph Charles / Tunerville
Becker, C. Peter / Valhalla
Bedford, Peter B. / Sahara
Beebe, Bruce Elliott / Medicine Lodge
Beebe, Morton Pritchett / Land of Happiness
Behrendt, Richard John / Woof
Beim, Robert B. / Hermits
Bell, Martin T. / Aviary
Bell, Robert F. Rich / Aviary
Bellis, G. Gordon / Piedmont
Belshe, Thomas A. / Skyhi
Benjamin, Bill / Tunerville
Bennington, James L. / Totem In
Bennington, William J. / Totem In
Benson, John E. / Toyland
Benson, Mark / Jinks / Band
Bentley, Clay / Valley of the Moon
Bentley, Donald C. / Thalia
Benway, Randall Mark / Aviary
Berens, Thomas P. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Berg,Shelton / Owl¹s Nest
Berggruen, John / Uplifters
Berglund, William R. / Tie Binders
Bergman, Steve / Band
Berry, Jeffrey G. / Piedmont
Berry, Kenneth G. / Skiddoo
Bertero, Richard J. / Skyhi
Bertges, Jack R. / Ye Merrie Yowls
Besser, Kenneth Holt / Outpost
Bethards, Jack M. / Dog House
Bettis, Harry / Last Chance
Bice, Richard Edwin / Jinks / Band
Bickel, John H. / Medicine Lodge
Biggs, Anthony Harcourt / Tie Binders
Biggs, Michael H. / Tunerville
Bigham, Michael F. / Midway
Billington, James H. / Hill Billies
Bingham, Robert C. / Totem In
Bingham, Wheelock Richard Jr. / Tunerville
Bjorklund, David / Sequoyah
Black, Charles A. Jr. / Care Less
Black, Donald P. / Totem In
Blackman, Richard B. / Crow¹s Nest
Blake, Anthony F. / Tunerville
Bliss, William W. / Piedmont
Board, Charles L. Jr. / Thalia
Boardman, Eric Charles / Shoestring
Boardman, William Kenyon Jr. / Aviary
Bobrow, Morris David / Poker Flat
Bodine, Murray G. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Boeck, Lawrence G. / Aviary
Boesch, Robert J. / Band
Bogardus, Andrew L. / Totem In
Bogardus, Peter B. / Totem In
Bogart, Johnson S. / Totem In
Bohannon, David D. II / Tie Binders
Bohannon, Scott E. / Tie Binders
Bohn, John A. Jr. / Sempevirens
Bolton, George / Skyhi
Bonaparte, Robert Edward Lee / Sons of Rest
Bond, Charles / Pelican
Bond, Richard P. / Sunshiners
Bonney, J. Dennis / Cave Man
Borda, Richard J. / Sempevirens
Borgwardt, John / Star & Garter
Borgwardt, Kurt / Star & Garter
Boring, Dix / Pig ŒN Whistle
Bosch, Mark Alan / Mathieu
Bosche, John Volkmann / Whisky Flat
Bosche, Lawrence M. / Seven Trees
Boskin, Michael J. / Hill Billies
Bost, Frederic W. / Whisky Flat
Bostan, Andrei S. / Tunerville
Boswell, G. Michael / Dog House
Boswell, James W. / Moonshiners
Bowes, William K. Jr. / Hill Billies
Bowman, Michael L. / Outpost
Boyle, David / Tunerville
Bradley, Michael P. / Cliff Dwellers
Bradley, Richard J. / Cliff Dwellers
Bradley, Steven G. / Highlanders
Bradner, James Randolph / Meyerling
Brady, David W. / Sempevirens
Brady, Nicholas F. / Mandalay
Brady, Patrick H. USA (Ret) / Idlewild
Brady, William J. / Totem In
Brandenburger, Don / Tarry Town
Brandin, Mark S. / Druids
Breck, Peter Beaudoux / Stowaway
Breed, George G. / Hideaway
Brekke, Tor / Madrone
Brennan, Craig D. / Aviary
Brennan, James E. / Band
Bresler, Michael Jay / Band
Bressie, Elbert P. / Wild Oats
Breyer, Charles R. / Shoestring
Briggs, Donald T. Jr. / Sunshiners
Bright, Lee / Band
Brill, John Marty Jr. / Hermits
Briner, Robert Lee / Utukulu
Brink, Benjamin McAlester / Aviary
Brink, Robert R. / Fore Peak
Brinton, William Wiman / Pig ŒN Whistle
Briscoe, Lawrence W. / Spot
Bronson, William H. / Owlers
Brooks, T. Anthony / Derelicts
Broome, John Spoor / Utukulu
Brose, William George / Hideaway
Brown, Douglas Minge / Sempevirens
Brown, Ned / Santa Barbara
Brown, F. Frederick / Land¹s End
Brown, Keith Lapham / Woof
Brown, Philip F. Jr. / Faraway
Browne, Christopher P. / Medicine Lodge
Browne, Merrick Jr. / Rough Œn Ready
Browne, Timothy Otis / Medicine Lodge
Brownson, Howard E. / Aviary
Brucher, Peter V. / Land¹s End
Brush, Gerald F. Jr. / Cool-Nazdar
Brush, Spencer M. / Crow¹s Nest
Bryan, Hamilton V. II / Piedmont
Bryan, J. Stewart III / Owlers
Bryan, John M. / Hill Billies
Bryan, Parker S. / Tie Binders
Bryant, Ernest A. III / Lost Angels
Buck, Richard P. / Silverado Squatters
Buckley, Christopher / Hill Billies
Buffett, Jimmy / Wayside Log
Bulkley, Edward L. / Druids
Bull, Donald / Meyerling
Bullard, Edward Dickinson / Friends of the Forest
Bullas, Will / Monkey Block
Bulley, Allan E. Jr. / Crow¹s Nest
Bulotti, Richard C. / Woof
Bundschu, James T. / Band
Burdick, Harold Hunt / Tarry Town
Burkett, William C. / Timbuktu
Burnham, Clark James / El Toro II
Burnham, DeWitt K. Jr. / Wayside Log
Burns, Brian P. / Pelican
Burress, Richard T. / Wayside Log
Burrow, Gerard Noel / Spot
Burrows, F. Robert / Land of Happiness
Bush, George H. W. / Hill Billies
Bush, Michael J. / Ye Merrie Yowls
Busterud, James P. / Faraway
Byers, Brook H. / Hill Billies
Byrnes, Bryant H. / Snug Harbor

C

Cagley, James R. / Totem In
Cahill, Edward Lyons / Friends of the Forest
Cahill, J. Peter / Hualapai
Cahill, John E. Jr. / Hill Billies
Cahill, Richard F. / Hualapai
Cahill, William R. / Pink Onion
Cakebread, John E. / Tarry Town
Caldwell, James E. Jr. / Dragon
Calhoun, Alexander D. / Last Chance
Calkins, John Thiers / Romany
Callan, Edwin C. / Sleepy Hollow
Callan, John C. Jr. / Sleepy Hollow
Callander, Bruce Hardaway / Piedmont
Callander, Charles L. / Faraway
Callander, Clark N. / Midway
Callander, John Kendrick / Cliff Dwellers
Callander, John N. / Faraway
Callaway, Howard H. / Pelican
Callender, William C. / Monastery
Calof, Lawrence / Highlanders
Camargo, Carlos A. / Pelican
Cameron, Anthony E. / Puma
Cameron, Robert Wm. / Puma
Campbell, Duncan H. / River Lair
Campbell, Thomas Gordon / Band
Capobianco, John / Land of Happiness / Jinks / Band
Carey, Michael R. / Owlers
Carlson, A. William Jr. / Wayside Log
Carlson, Dane / Tunerville
Carlson, Donald W. / Interlude
Carlson, Mark D. / Skyhi
Carmassi, Herman L. / Hideaway
Carmona, Richard H. / Moro
Carroll, Duane A. / Band
Carroll, Fred L. / Stowaway
Carroll, Michael D. / Valhalla
Carroll, Philip J. / Wild Oats
Cartan, Jim / Web
Carter, Brian Frank / Monkey Block
Carter, George H. / Edgehill
Carter, James A. / Land of Happiness
Carter, Timothy James / Aviary
Carter, Todd Robert / Aviary
Carter, William / Owl¹s Nest
Casey, Lyman H. / Uplifters
Cashin, Michael / Hualapai
Cashin, Skip / Camels
Casper, Donald Andrew / Fore Peak
Cassiday, Paul Richard / Sundodgers
Castellini, Robert H. / Santa Barbara
Castle, Donald George / Camels
Caulkins, William / Snug Harbor
Cay, John Eugene III / Valley of the Moon
Cella, Peter Michael / Skiddoo
Cerney, Keith / Aviary
Cerruti, George / Zaca
Chalberg, Thomas Walter Jr. / Aviary
Chamberlain, David M. / Hill Billies
Chamberlain, John W. / Cool-Nazdar
Chambers, David Edson / Dog House
Chapman, Duncan A. / Hill Billies
Chapman, Philip D. / Whoo Cares
Char, Devron H. / Ye Merrie Yowls
Charles, Glen G. / Roaring
Charles, Stanley Peter III / Tunerville
Cheng, Gregory / Aviary
Chick, Warren Hyde / Ladera
Chiles, Earle M. / Pow Wow
Chiles, John G. / Rendezvous
Chinn, Warren D. / Spot
Choper Jesse Herbert / Isle of Aves
Christie Dick / Woof
Cinelli, Steven A. / Toyland
Clack, David A. / Fore Peak
Clahan, Eugene E. / Woof
Clair, Pierson E. III / Owlers
Clapp, John D. / Monkey Block
Clark, Michael C. / Aviary
Clark, Richard J. III / Five Easy Pieces
Clark, Richard W. / Aviary
Clarke, Frederick / Utukulu
Classen, James S. / Rough Œn Ready
Classen, Willard J. Jr. / Rough Œn Ready
Cleary, Joseph S. / Monkey Block
Cleary, Mark W. / Cliff Dwellers
Cliff, Lee H. / Tarry Town
Clopp, Larry / Hideaway
Cloyd, Marshall Preston / T-N-T
Cobb, Charles E. Jr. / Owl¹s Nest
Coblentz, William K. / Hill Billies
Coghlan, John Philip / Care Less
Cohn, Robert / Mandalay
Colbert, Lester L. Jr. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Colburn, Greg / Tunerville
Cole, Jerry C. / Totem In
Colebourn, Donald G. / Faraway
Coleman, Lewis W. / Isle of Aves
Coleman, William R. / Dog House
Collier, Russell / Fore Peak
Collins, Charles M. / Iron Ring
Collins, Craig Bennett / Aviary
Collins, George Robb / Green Mask
Collins, James P. / Meyerling
Colman, Robert S. / Valley of the Moon
Colmery, Harry W. Jr. / Piedmont
Colyer, Wayne Allen / Jinks / Band
Comann, Tyler K. / Spot
Comartin, Robert A. / Skyhi
Commanday, Robert Paul / Aviary
Congdon, Jeffrey H. / Timbuktu
Conger, Harry M. / Isle of Aves
Conley, Patrick / Moro
Conley, Scott / Medicine Lodge
Connelly, James D. / Sundodgers
Connick, Robert E. Aorangi / Swagatam
Connolly, Will / Aviary
Conquest, Edwin Parker Jr. / Shoestring
Conrad, Barnaby III / Hill Billies
Conte, David / Aviary
Cook, Robert E. / Land¹s End
Cook, Sam B. / Last Chance
Cooke, Lowell Thomas / Aviary
Cookson, David E. / Jungle
Cookson, James H. / Jungle
Cookson, Michael David / Faraway
Cookson, Richard / Jungle
Cookson, Robert A. / Faraway
Cookson, Robert C. / Faraway
Cooley, A. Crawford / Friends of the Forest
Cooley, Floyd Owen / Band
Cooley, Robert A. / Friends of the Forest
Coonan, Kevin / Web
Cooper, Allen B. / Camels
Cooper, Barry / Sons of Toil
Cooper, John L. / Thalia
Coppola, John Michael / Jinks / Band
Corbett, Mike B. / Owl¹s Nest
Coriston, James Michael / Edgehill
Cormia, Neil / Band
Corneliuson, William D. / Madrone
Cornish, Hugh De Golia / Hualapai
Cortese, Antonio / Hillside
Costello, James Funsten / Outpost
Costello, Joseph V. Jr. / Skyhi
Costello, Joseph V. III / Moonshiners
Costle, Douglas M. / Five Easy Pieces
Coulter, Jamie B. / Dragon
Cowing, Eric C. / Camels
Craft, Cecil I. / River Lair
Craig, Mitchell / Band
Craig, Peter C. / Meyerling
Craig, Robert W. / Five Easy Pieces
Crandall, L. Dale / T-N-T
Crane, Philip A. Jr. / Green Mask
Crary, Thomas Sherman / Monastery
Cravens, Hartley D. / Crow¹s Nest
Craves, Evan / Tunerville
Crawford, Bradley Cort / Aviary
Crawford, J. Brooks M. D. / Abbey
Crimmins, James Custis / Santa Barbara
Crocker, Charles / Stowaway
Crocker, William H. / Zaca
Cronan, Michael Patrick / Poker Flat
Cronkite, Walter L. Jr. / Hill Billies
Cross, James Allin / Tie Binders
Crossley, John Parshley III / Nec Natama
Crow, Harlan / Midway, / Dog House
Crumley, Roger L. / Crossroads
Cullum James A. Jr. / Owl¹s Nest
Cummins, Donal Casey / Wayside Log
Cunningham, David E. / Care Less
Cureton, Stewart Jr. / Valley of the Moon
Curlett, John N. Jr. / Totem In
Curry, James T. Jr. / Mandalay
Cushing, Francis C. Jr. / Wayside Log
Cutter, Curtis Brooks / Isle of Aves

D

Dachs, Alan M. / Hill Billies
Dagley, William F. / Sunshiners
Dailey, Peter H. / Pelican
Dailey, William F. / Highlanders
Daley, Scott / Tunerville
Dalrymple, Brian / Band
Dalrymple, James M. / Band
Daly, Leo A. III / Stowaway
D¹Amico, Steven Joseph / Tunerville
Damner, Bert / Whisky Flat
Danielsen, Paul / Monastery
Dannemiller, Thomas E. / Last Chance
Dart, Stephen, / Lost Angels
Davalos, Gerald C. / Jungle
Davanzo, Loris P. / Tunerville
Davenport, David / Cave Man
Davey, Craig S. / Pink Onion
Davidow, William H. / Bella Union
Davies, Paul L. Jr. / Piedmont
Davies, Paul Lewis III / Piedmont
Davis, Charles G. Jr. / Pelican
Davis, Donald W. / Iron Ring
Davis, James E. / Jinks / Band
Davis, William L. / Sahara
Dawkins, M. Vance Jr. / Bella Union
Dawson, William J. / Monastery
Day, Douglas W. / Totem In
Day, Robert A. / Whoo Cares
Day, T. J. / Tie Binders
Dayton, John N. / Timbuktu
Deane, Andrew D. / Ye Merrie Yowls
Deane, William / Dog House
Decker, Frederick S. / Skiddoo
Decker, Richard W. Jr. / Parsonage
Dedo, Herbert H. / Land¹s End
DeFeo, Neil P. / Band / Land of Happiness
Dehmel, Richard C. / Aviary
Delagnes, R. Michael / Crossroads
DeLanoy, Drake / Interlude
DeMaria, Phillip A. / Five Easy Pieces
DeMuth, Christopher C. / Uplifters
Denney, Myron K. / Land of Happiness
Dennis, Harry L. E. / Wayside Log
Dennis, Reid W. / Midway
De Rosa, Donald V. / Tarry Town
Derr, K. T. / Mandalay
Desautels, Marc Pierre / Faraway
De Silva, Lytton / Tunerville
Desjardin, Dennis Edmund / Lost Angels
DeSorrento, James / Bella Union
Devening, R. Randolph / Hermits
Devine, Timothy A. / Lost Angels
De Voto, Terrence Alan / Moonshiners
Dewey, Richard R. Jr. / Monastery
Dibble, Oliver IV / Poker Flat
Dibert, Daniel H. / Tie Binders
Dickenson, Charles H. / Halcyon
Dickenson, Charles H. / Halcyon
Dickey, Jonathan C. / Nec Natama
Dickey, Mark M. / Sleepy Hollow
Dickover,Stanley Jr. / Sheldrake Lodge
Diffenderfer, G. Edward / Monkey Block
Dingman, Michael D. / Whoo Cares
Dingwell, M. Scott / Madrone
Dini, Robert Louis / Aviary
Dinnean, Lawrence / Aviary
Ditz, William Wallace / Moonshiners
Dixon, Donald R. / Owl¹s Nest
Dobelle, Evan S. / Land of Happiness
Dobies, Joshua / Aviary
Docker, W. F. / Sempervirens
Dockson, Robert R. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Docter, Kenneth G. / Idlewild
Dodd, Bill / Halcyon
Dohrmann, Bruce P. / Seven Trees
Dohrmann, Eric B. / Seven Trees
Dolan, Arthur J. III / Crow¹s Nest
Doll, Dixon Raymond / Midway
Domann, William A. Jr. / Friends of the Forest
Dominick, Peter H. Jr. / Silverado Squatters
Donahoe, Daniel J. III / Spot
Donner, Alexander B. / Poison Oak
Donner, Joseph W. / Poison Oak
Dorman, David Wyatt / Stowaway
Dorsey, Michael C. / Faraway
Dorward, Donald F. / Wild Oats
Dostart, Steven P. / Aviary
D¹Ovidio, Gene J. / Idlewild
Dowdey, Lynn / Band
Down, Gerald C. / Interlude
Downer, Edward M. III / Meyerling
Downey, Paul A. / Five Easy Pieces
Doyle, Patrick F. / Medicine Lodge
Doyle, Richard P. Jr. / Faraway
Drake, Peter M. / Medicine Lodge
Draper, Jerome C. Jr. / Sundodgers
Draper, Timothy C. / Hualapai
Draper, William H. III / Hill Billies
Dressel, Chris J. / Sundodgers
Drewes, Doug / Cool-Nazdar
Drewes, John Frederick / Moonshiners
Drewes, Robert C. / Cool-Nazdar
Duboc, Robert M. Jr. / Wayside Log
Du Bois, Grant P. III / Sheldrake Lodge
Duckhorn, Daniel James / Cool-Nazdar
Ducommun, Robert C. / Pink Onion
Duff, Michael Patrick / Mathieu
Dunham, Keith / Lost Angels
Dunlap, William R. / Lost Angels
Dunne, Robert M. / Tarry Town
Duque, Henry M. / Lost Angels
Durney, Michael K. / Five Easy Pieces
Duryea, Leslie N. II / Lost Angels
Dwight, Herbert M. Jr. / Sempervirens
Dyke, James Trester / Pelican

E

Eagan, Thomas E. / Tunerville
Eastwood, Clint / Roaring
Eberhard, Andrew J. / Crossroads / Jinks / Band
Eberhardt, Douglass M. / Roaring
Eberwein, William W. / Aviary
Eckard, George R. / Moonshiners
Eden, Theodore A. / Sons of Toil
Edwards, Cree A. / Hualapai
Edwards, Paul C. / Hualapai
Edwards, William L. / Hualapai
Edwards, William C. / Hill Billies
Egan, Gerald E. / Skyhi
Egan, Mark / Monastery
Elachi, Charles / Spot
Elder, John W. / Hualapai
Elder, Nicolas Scott / Band
Elicker, Paul Hamilton / Owlers
Elliott, George / Crossroads
Ellis, Stephen A. / Hill Billies
Ely, George W. Jr. / Abbey
Ely, Leonard W. / Sempervirens
Emett, Robert L. / Star & Garter
Enberg, Richard A. / Whoo Cares
Engel, Albert O. / Ladera
Englert, Joseph S. Jr. / Snug Harbor
Englert, Stephen L. / Snug Harbor
Epstein, Charles J. / Tunerville
Erskine, R. Andrew / Sheldrake Lodge
Ervin, Howard Guy III / Highlanders
Escher, Caspar H. Jr. / Whisky Flat
Escher, Thomas C. / Derelicts
Eshima, Shinji Takane / Tunerville
Esrey, William T. / Mandalay
Essert, William / Tunerville
Evans, Andrew W. / Camels
Evans, Richard B. / Pelican
Everdell, Coburn D. / Shoestring
Evers, Albert John II / Whisky Flat
Evers, Henry K. / Hill Billies
Evers, William D. / Hill Billies
Evers, William Dohrmann Jr. / Faraway
Evers, Williamson M. / Hualapai
Eyre, Edward E. Jr. / Valhalla

F

Faggioli, Justin M. / Silverado Squatters
Farley, William F. / Timbuktu
Farwell, G. Nicholas / Interlude
Faulhaber, Charles / Isle of Aves
Fay, Michael George / Pow Wow
Fay, Paul B. III / Stowaway
Federal, William Aubrey Jr. / Moonshiners
Fehler, Douglas H. / Band
Felchlin, James A. / Wayside Log
Felchlin, J. Christopher / Owlers
Feld, Alan D. / Valley of the Moon
Felder, Louis E. Jr. / Last Chance
Felton, Paul Jacques / Cliff Dwellers
Ferdon, Jonathan / Fore Peak
Ferguson, Allyn / Tunerville
Ferguson, Robert K. / T-N-T
Fernbach, Stephen A. / Band
Fessler, Daniel W. / Ladera
Fesus, George J. / Totem In
Feulner, Edwin J. Jr. / Cave Man
Field, Gregg / Owl¹s Nest
Field, James L. / Moonshiners
Field, Robert W. Jr. / Moonshiners
Fields, Robert A. / Band
Filter, W. Jeffrey / Idlewild
Fimrite, Ronald D. / Meyerling
Finger, Jerry Elliott / Wild Oats
Finger, John William / Monkey Block
Finn, Howard J. / Roaring
Fisher, Donald G. / Hill Billies
Fisher, Kenneth L. / Owlers
Fitzmyers, Thomas J. / Edgehill
Flanigan, Peter M. / Mandalay
Flax, Robert J. / Aviary
Fleischer, L. Walter / Oz
Fleming, Tod N. / Band
Fletcher, James Jay / Monastery
Flood, James C. / Stowaway
Flynn, Gregory Grant / Cliff Dwellers
Fogelberg, Earl V. / Monastery
Fogelsong, Norman A. / Moro
Foley, Dennis / Sequoyah
Foley, S. Robert Jr. / Hillside
Folger, Lee Merritt / Zaca
Folger, Roy A. Jr. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Follett, Alan Lee / Medicine Lodge
Ford, Bernerd J. / T-N-T
Forrester, Eugene P. / Toyland
Forster, Nicholas S. / Rattlers
Forward, Robert H. Jr. / Totem In
Foscue, Charles T. / Woof
Foster, Mark C. / Crossroads
Foster, Paul S. III / Sunshiners
Foster, T. Jack III / Aviary
Foster, T. Jack Jr. / Owl¹s Nest
Fotre, Terry Vincent / Sundodgers
Fournier, Dudley J. / Pink Onion
Fournier, Dudley J. Jr. / Rough Œn Ready
Fox, Fred / Tunerville
Franich, Steven / Rough Œn Ready
Frank, Anthony M. / Bald Eagle
Frank, Joseph P. / Hillside
Frank, Randall Palmer / Bald Eagle
Fraser, Michael Edward / Wild Oats
Fraughton, Edward J. / Wayside Log
Frazier, Peter B. / Medicine Lodge
Fredrich, Daniel S. / Tunerville
Freeberg, Don / Wayside Log
Freeman, Bradford M. / Lost Angels
Freeman, Robert A. / Bella Union
Freemon, Richard D. / Last Chance
French, John Stephenson / Moonshiners
Freund, James C. / Midway
Fridell, Squire / Utukulu
Friedman, Gary D. / Band
Friedman, Jerry / Woof
Friedman, John T. / Parsonage
Friedman, Tully M. / Midway
Friedrichs, Edward C. III / Bella Union
Friedrichs, Jay H. / Bella Union
Fritz, Lynn C. / Land of Happiness
Frye, Lawrence J. / Sundodgers
Fuery, Charles P. / Aviary
Fuller, Charles A. / Sons of Toil
Fuller, Charles E. / Highlanders
Fuller, John M. / Woof
Fuller, Parmer / Wayside Log
Fuller, Richard L. / Highlanders
Fulstone, Richard N. / Green Mask
Fung, Kenneth Hing Cheung / Owlers
Funsten, James Johnston III / Crow¹s Nest
Furlotti, Alexander Amato / Woof
Furman, Will / Aviary

G

Gaither, H. Rowan III / Friends of the Forest
Gaither, James C. / Friends of the Forest
Galante, Edward Elio / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Galvin, Eugene G. M.D. / Hideaway
Galvin, Sean / Zaca
Gamble, Launce E. / Piedmont
Gammill, Lee M. Jr. / Land¹s End
Ganz, Michael A. / Valhalla
Gardiner, John J. III / Skyhi
Gardner, Robert K. / Woof
Gardner, Trent Rigel / Jinks / Band
Garlinghouse, Richard E. Jr. / Shoestring
Garrett, E. Peter / Skiddoo
Garrett, Michael L. / Sons of Toil
Gasser, Nolan Ira / Five Easy Pieces
Gates, Milo S. / Derelicts
Gavello, Gary A. / Camels
Gavin, John A. G. / Lost Angels
Gazzaniga, Michael S. / Dragon
Gee, Sonny B. / Aviary
Gellert, Fred Jr. / Silverado Squatters
Gelles, George / Tunerville
Gelwicks, Louis / Fore Peak
Gensler, M. Arthur Jr. / Land of Happiness
Gentschel, Richard Paul / Red Fire
Gergen, David / Owl¹s Nest
Gerstner, Louis V. Jr. / Midway
Gianopoulos, Deno / Hillside
Giovannoni, James P. / Bella Union
Giddings, Dan / Mathieu
Giddings, Daniel Arthur Jr. / Mathieu
Gidwitz, Ronald J. / Midway
Gilbert, Robert J. M.D. / Isle of Aves
Gilleran, James E. / Sundodgers
Gilley, R. Stevens / Pow Wow
Gilligan, Patrick / Valley of the Moon
Ginn, Samuel L. / Mandalay
Girard, Stephen A. / Meyerling
Glenn, Roger / Bella Union, / Jinks / Band
Gloger, Robert Michael / Camels
Goddard, C. Convers / Fore Peak
Goity, Jean M. / Faraway
Goldman, Kenneth S. / Tunerville
Goldsmith, Robert H. / Cliff Dwellers
Good, David E. / Medicine Lodge
Goode, John G. / Green Mask
Goodrich, Herbert A. / Aviary
Goodwin, Kenneth James / Aviary
Goonewardene, Nihal W. / Tie Binders
Gordon, Dan / Ladera
Gordon, Lindsay H. / Wild Oats
Gordon, Robert Cochran III / Tie Binders
Gordon, Stuart M. / Cliff Dwellers
Gore, Gordon C. / Band
Goss, Thomas A. / Sunshiners
Gotcher, Peter C. / Hualapai
Grady, Tyler V. / Owlers
Graffis, Richard Dunn / Dog House
Graham, Lawrence / Tie Binders
Grant, Jack P. / Skiddoo
Gray, Harry / Owl¹s Nest
Gray, Howard K. / Highlanders
Grayson, Ellison Capers Jr. / Hillside
Grayson, William Ellison / Seven Trees
Green, Edward / Tunerville
Green, J. Jeffrey / Wayside Log
Green, Russell H. Jr. / Dog House
Green, William Carbine / Hideaway
Green, William George / Madrone
Green, William L. / Whisky Flat
Greenberg, Maurice R. / Cave Man
Greene, Frank Perry / Camels
Greene, J. J. / Aviary
Greene, James H. Jr. / Uplifters
Greenlee, Gordon W. / Idlewild
Greenwood, John / Tunerville
Greenwood, Robert Hilliard / Jungle
Gregory, David / Puma
Gregory, Quintard / Moonshiners
Griesedieck, Joseph E. Jr. / Totem In
Griffin, Andrew / Skiddoo
Griffin, Anthony / Shoestring
Griffin, Cyrus Richard / Shoestring
Griffin, Noah / Webster / Aviary / Sons of Toil
Griffinger, Theodore A. Jr. / Derelicts
Groen, Eugene G. / Aviary
Grogan, Thomas J. Jr. / Web
Grout, Jack Miller / Thalia
Gruber, Frederick Wm. / Monastery
Grupe, Greenlaw ³Fritz² Jr. / Pelican
Gualco, Ross / Jinks / Band
Guggenhime, David J. / Star & Garter
Guggenhime, Richard J. / Midway
Guibara, Albert / Land of Happiness
Guittard, Gary / Owl¹s Nest
Gullett, John M.D. / Bella Union
Gundunas, Lewis Peter / Hillside
Gunther, Erik C. / Pow Wow
Guppy, George W. / Outpost

H

Haas Robert Douglas / Isle of Aves
Hachman, Timothy J. / T-N-T
Hackbarth, Alfred E. Jr. / Land of Happiness
Haff, John P. / Skiddoo
Hagerman, David H. / Aviary
Haile, Richard L. / Valhalla
Halbe, Stephen A. / Tunerville
Hale, James C. III / Pink Onion
Hale, Prentis C. III / Zaca
Hale, Robert V. / Monastery
Hall, Dwight La Rue / Band
Hall, George G. / Cool-Nazdar
Hall, Lee / Aviary
Hall, Roderick C. M. / Haven
Hall, Ted W. / Medicine Lodge
Hall, William A. / Wild Oats
Halloran, Michael J. / Sundodgers
Halverson, Philip / Monastery
Hambrecht, Wm. R. / Midway
Hamilton, William R. / Mathieu
Hamlin, Oliver D. III / Cool-Nazdar
Hammer, Joseph W. / Woof
Hammersmith, William C. III / Red Fire
Hammond, Chaunce Wilbert III / Dragon
Hammonds, William E. / Woof
Hampson, Dirk / Sons of Rest
Hampton, Gregory J. / Poison Oak
Hancock, John W. III / Dog House
Hancock, Robert L. / Owl¹s Nest
Hanes, R. Philip Jr. / Lost Angels
Hanna, John Paul / Sempervirens
Hansel, Henry / Monastery
Hansel, Stephen E. / Land¹s End
Hansen, Robert C. / Medicine Lodge
Hanson, John E. / Cool-Nazdar
Hanson, Paul Jr. / Aviary
Hanson, Victor Davis / Pelican
Hardie, John L. / Lost Angels
Hardwick, Richard J. / Dog House
Hardwick, Robert D. / Haven
Hardy, Richard E. / Sundodgers
Hargrave, Alexander W. / Aviary
Harley, Alan D. / Care Less
Harp, Vernon C. Jr. / Band
Harper, Stephen S. / Star & Garter
Harries, D. Griffith III / Totem In
Harris, Haig Arsen Jr. / Fore Peak
Harris, Jerrold B. / Totem In
Harris, Lawrence W. III / Zaca
Harris, Robert C. Jr. / Cliff Dwellers
Harrison, Michael A. / Sempervirens
Hart, Bruce W. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Hart, Douglas E. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Hart, George D. Jr. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Hart, Mickey / Hill Billies
Hart, Thomas A. / Jinks / Band
Harth, Andrew M. / Sequoyah
Harvey, D. Peter / Derelicts
Harvey, Robert A. / Sunshiners
Harvey, Thomas E. / Hideaway
Harwood, Edward S. / Rendezvous
Haskell, Jeffrey R. / Tunerville
Haskell, John H. F. Jr. / Stowaway
Hasler, William A. / Spot
Hauer, John R. / Mathieu
Hauser, Kurt / Roaring
Hawley, Philip M. / Mandalay
Hawley, Stephen H. / Tie Binders
Haynes, David A. / Sundodgers
Haynes, Gilman B. / Jungle
Hazard, Geoffrey C. / Druids
Hazard, James Lockwood / Puma
Hazen, Paul / Uplifters
Hazlehurst, Thomas B. / Stowaway
Hazlett, William S. / Camels
Hearney, Richard D. USMC (Ret) / Outpost
Hearst, William R. III / Owl¹s Nest
Hebert, Victor A. / Midway
Hecht, Kenneth G. Jr. / Wild Oats
Hedrick, William Scott / Valley of the Moon
Heidt, John M. / Monastery
Heimbucher, Robert A. / Sheldrake Lodge
Heinmiller, Dale R. / Band
Heintz, Frank T. / Tunerville
Hemphill, Charles L. / Poison Oak
Henderson, Brian E. M.D. / Fore Peak
Henderson, James A. / Seven Trees
Henderson, Wellington S. Jr. / Uplifters
Hendrix, Clifford R. Jr. / Idlewild
Henninger, Daniel P. / Five Easy Pieces
Henriksen, Thomas H. / Cave Man
Henry, Charles R. / Band
Herbeck, Robert William / Whoo Cares
Herrick, Jerome Neal / Puma
Herrick, Stephen Brooks / Piedmont
Herrington, John S. / Parsonage
Hewett, Arthur E. / Valley of the Moon
Hewlett, Walter B. / Tunerville
Hewlett, William A. / Highlanders
Heydorn, William H. / Hideaway
Heywood, Robert G. / Aviary
High, Kenneth G. Jr. / Crow¹s Nest
Higson, John W. Jr. / Meyerling
Hildreth, Robert / Sempervirens
Hilger, Leslie Guy M.D. / Sequoyah
Hilken, Keith D. / Green Mask
Hill, Brian A. / Hideaway
Hill, Frank de Milt / Sundodgers
Hill, George C. III / Land of Happiness
Hill, Kent Walthall / Hermits
Hill, Scott Clayton / Hermits
Hill, William W. / Medicine Lodge
Hillis, J. Stanley / Whisky Flat
Hills, Austin E. / Last Chance
Hinckley, Robert C. / Dragon
Hinman, Frank Jr. / Sundodgers
Hoar, Joseph P. USMC (Ret) / Wayside Log
Hobin, Patrick S. / Dragon
Hockenberry, Tim / Wild Oats
Hoffman, Robert Butler / Midway
Hofmann, John Richard Jr. / Thalia
Hogan, William H. III / Jinks / Band
Hogan, R. Stephen / Lost Angels
Hogan, V. Michael / Pelican
Hoganson, John A. / Toyland
Hogland, William D. / Piedmont
Holt, Benjamin D. / Outpost
Holt, Benjamin D. III / Outpost
Holt, Douglas G. / Outpost
Holt, Nicholas V / Outpost
Holt, Nicholas / Outpost
Holt, Peter M. / Wayside Log
Holt, W. Stanley / Wayside Log
Honeyman, David E. Jr. / Pink Onion
Honour, Roger W. / Band
Hood, Michael M. / Web
Hooker, Anthony S. / Timbuktu
Hooper, Ralph Wilson / Meyerling
Hoopes, L. Scott / Cliff Dwellers
Hoover, Herbert III / Cave Man
Horn, Joseph James III / Pow Wow
Horner, Douglas C. / Monastery
Hotaling, Richard Anson / Spot
Hotchkis, John F. / Lost Angels
Hotchkis, John F. Jr. / Lost Angels
Hotchkis, Preston B. / Lost Angels
Houlik, James W. Jr. / Lost Angels
Howard, Frank Jr. / Ladera
Howard, Michael B. / Cave Man
Howard, Volney E. III / Utukulu
Howard, William Allen / Interlude
Howley, William E. / Wayside Log
Hoyem, Andrew L. / Silverado Squatters
Hoyt, Lawrence E. / Hill Billies
Hubacher, Elmer R. / Hillside
Hubacher, Richard Elmer / Hillside
Hubbard, Bean W. Boka / Band
Huber, Gordon Jr. / Wild Oats
Huckins, Brian V. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Hudner, Philip / Santa Barbara
Hudnut, Thomas C. / Aviary
Hueter, Ernest B. / Star & Garter
Huff, David P. / Aviary
Huggins, Charles Newel / Owl¹s Nest
Hughan, Wade C. / Silverado Squatters
Hughes, Francis J. Jr. / Abbey
Hughes, Louis R. / Hillside
Hume, George H. / Hill Billies
Hume, William J. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Hummel, Peter W. / Mathieu / Red Fire
Humphrey, G. Watts Jr. / Zaca
Huneke, Murray Carter / Owl¹s Nest
Hunt, Frederick Granger / Madrone
Hunt, Robert L. / Monkey Block
Hunter, Robert E. III / Derelicts
Hussman, Walter E. Jr. / Valley of the Moon
Hutchison, Claude Burton Jr. / Thalia
Hyatt, Meredith R. Jr. / Aviary
Hyde, Douglas K. / Sons of Toil
Hyde, Harold A. / Sons of Toil
Hyde, Orra C. III / Santa Barbara
Hyde, Richard E. Jr. / Timbuktu
Hymes, Victor L. / Aviary, / Wayside Log
Hynes, William M. / Iron Ring
I

Iisaka, Ken / Aviary
Ikehara, James M. / Tunerville
Ilyin, Dimitri Kiril / Seven Trees
Imbler, Stephen V. / Jinks Band
Imrie, Kent S. / Halcyon
Inman, Bobby R. / Hillside
Inman, Grant Muir / Roaring
Isaeff, Eugene John / Jinks Band
Isola, Frank J. Jr. / Interlude
J
Jack, Robert B. / Moonshiners
Jackson, D. Dana / Midway
Jackson, Daniel D. / Midway
Jackson, David P. / Sunshiners
Jackson, Mike R. / Hualapai
Jackson, Palmer G. / Lost Angels
Jackson, Peter / Santa Barbara
Jacobes, Roy Chapman / Land¹s End
Jacobson, David / Tunerville
Jacobson, Henry Stevenson / Dog House
Jacobus, Jay M. / Hillside
Jacobus, Jay William / Hillside
Jacquillat, Bertrand / Sahara
Jaeger, Jeffrey L. / Whisky Flat
Jaeger, William P. Jr. / Meyerling
Jagard, Christopher G. / Tunerville
Jagard, Gary S. / Tunerville
Jagels, Edward R. / Skiddoo
James, George B. II / Cuckoo¹s Nest
James, John K. / Hermits
Jameson, Andrew G. / Sequoyah
Jameson, James D. / Pelican
Jamieson, Edward B. / Land¹s End
Janis, Conrad / Bella Union
Janssens, Luc / Monkey Block
Jarman, Claude / Midway
Jason, W. Mackall / Pink Onion
Jason, William G. / Pink Onion
Jasper, N. W. (Bill) Jr. / Thalia / Band
Jeffries, Bradford / Highlanders
Jeffries, Steven Bradford / Highlanders
Jenkins, John O. / Madrone
Jenkinson, William R. / Sequoyah
Jensen, Harbo Peter / Tarry Town
Jewell, James Earl / Mathieu
Jewett, George F. III / Seven Trees
Johanson, Donald Carl / Land of Happiness
Johnson, Charles B. / Mandalay
Johnson, Charles W. III / Land¹s End
Johnson, Gregory C. / Tunerville
Johnson, Gregory E. / Mandalay
Johnson, Gregory K. / Wayside Log
Johnson, Harold P. / Tunerville
Johnson, Jay Kent / Dog House
Johnson, Peter A. / Zaca
Johnson, Reverdy / Medicine Lodge
Johnson, Royce H. / Whisky Flat
Johnson, Rupert H. Jr. / Owl¹s Nest
Johnson, Steger P. / Jungle
Johnson, W. Thomas / Lost Angels
Johnston, Scott Wallace / Monkey Block
Johnstone, Homer / Aviary
Johnstone, R. C. Jr. / Cool-Nazdar
Jones, Alan W. / Pelican
Jones, Albert / Fore Peak
Jones, Craig Allen / Hillside
Jones, David V. / Aviary
Jones, Ellis / River Lair
Jones, J. Keith / Pig ŒN Whistle
Jones, Michael Gordon / Sleepy Hollow
Jones, Milbrey M. Jr. / Whoo Cares
Jones, Proctor Patterson Jr. / Wayside Log
Jones, Richard W. / Sleepy Hollow
Jones, Robert Trent Jr. / Five Easy Pieces
Jones, Thomas V. / Lost Angels
Jones, William Stewart / Mathieu
Jordan, Charles Less / Aviary
Jowitt, Ken / Pelican
K
Khan, Zain / Tunerville
Kaiser, David / Monkey Block
Kaiser, Edgar F. Jr. / Mandalay
Kamm, Thomas A. / Sempervirens
Karandy, Eugene J. / Tunerville
Karkar, Edward M. / Last Chance
Karlstrom, Paul J. / Seven Trees
Kasten, Fritz Frederick / Land of Happiness
Katz, Randy Howard / Silverado Squatters
Kautz, John H. / Tie Binders
Keating, Peter Fitch / Last Chance
Keeling, Gregg Bernard / Land of Happiness
Keil, Russell D. Jr. / Esplandian
Keller, Gregory James / Monkey Block
Keller, Michael A. / Sempervirens
Kelley, David Michael / Land of Happiness
Kelley, George Hatfield / Wild Oats
Kelley, James C. III / Isle of Aves
Kelley, John Armstrong / Aviary
Kelley, Thomas B. / Seven Trees
Kelly, T. Shawn / Wild Oats
Kelly, Paul Brendan III / Aviary
Kelly, James Andrew / Moro
Kelly, Michael W. / Monastery
Kendall, Donald M. / Woof
Kennedy, David / Sempervirens
Kerr, John C. / Land of Happiness
Ketelsen, James L. / Uplifters
Kibbey, Turner Mead / Dragon
Kidney, Brian Desmond / Sons of Rest
Kiernan, Thomas F. III / Outpost
Kimball, Stephen C. / Care Less
Kimsey, James V. / Lost Angels
King, Kevin N. / Three Threes
Kingery, Robert F. / Moro
Kingman, Woodward / Jungle
Kingsley, Stephen Eliott / Pink Onion
Kirkham, James F. / Dragon
Kirkwood, Robert C. / Star & Garter
Kirwan, R. (Kyle) DeWitt / Whisky Flat
Kissinger, Henry A. / Mandalay
Kistler, J. Philip / Piedmont
Klebahn, Hugh W. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Klein, Herbert G. / Spot
Klein, James D. / Totem In
Klitgaard, Thomas J. / Dragon
Kluge, John W. / Wohwohno
Klyce, Henry / Tunerville
Knapp, Edward A. / Sunshiners
Knight, Andrew / Mandalay
Knudsen, C. Calvert / Sundodgers
Knudsen, Derek T. Esq. / Totem In
Koch, Charles G. / Midway
Koch, James C. / Friends of the Forest
Konetzni, Albert H. Jr. (Ret.) / Better ŒOle
Konkel, Harry W. / Oz
Koranda, Kenneth / Highlanders
Kostic, Thomas F. / Thalia
Kovacevich, Dick / Mandalay
Kramer, John / Sheldrake Lodge
Krames, Lawrence Arthur / Monkey Block
Kranz, Thomas Francis / Camels
Krasno, Richard M. / Owl¹s Nest
Krebs, Robert D. / Sempervirens
Kreditor, Alan / Wayside Log
Kremer, Peter C. / Owl¹s Nest
Kress, Kevin Patrick / Band
Krimm, David R. / Aviary
Kroeger, Hal A. / Camels
Krohn, Donald R. / Cliff Dwellers
Kroninger, Robert / Band
Kuechler, Henry N. III / Santa Barbara
Kuhlmann, Peter M. / Poison Oak
Kuhn, Gary A. / Iron Ring
Kuhn, Jeffrey S. / Pink Onion
L
Labarathe, Darwin R. / Owlers
Lacey, Thomas C. / Parsonage
Laetsch, Watson M. / Sundodgers
LaHaye, Frank W.T. / El Toro II
LaHorgue, Michael / Monastery
Lake, Peyton Myers / Sahara
Lambert, Frederick W. / Medicine Lodge
Lambertson, David Stoddard / Aviary
Lambertson, Sydney L. / Aviary
Lancelle Jonathan K. / Tunerville
Lanctot, Lawrence R. / Totem In
Landgraf, John R. / Aviary / Cliff Dwellers
Landry, Edward A. / Pig Œn Whistle
Landstreet, Beverly W. III / Meyerling
Lane, Laurence W. Jr. / Sempervirens
Lang, Joseph / Tunerville
Lange, William A. / Esplandian
Langholz, Robert W. / Cave Man
Lansburgh, Lawrence M. / Land of Happiness
La Plante, James G. Jr. / Crow¹s Nest
Larkin, John A. III / Poison Oak
Larsen, John W. / Mathieu
Larsen, Niels T. Jr. / Valley of the Moon
Larson, Charles Robert USN / Parsonage
Larsen, Glenn / Hillside
Larson, John W. / Midway
Larson, Lynn Iver / Idlewild
Larwood, David J. / Aviary
Lasater, Richard W. II / Hermits
Lasky, Laurence / Tunerville
Lathrop, Thomas N. / Madrone
Lathrop, William H. / Bella Union
Lau, Gregory / Aviary
Laversin, Robert Warren / Ladera
Lavis, William Henry IV / Land¹s End
Law, William F. Jr. / Totem In
Lawrence, James Bowles / Toyland
Lawrence, Steven Ernest / Sheldrake Lodge
Lawson, George C. / Pow Wow
Leach, Howard H. / Haven
Leary, Matthew B. / Mathieu
Leavitt, Dana G. / Pelican
Leavitt, Jonathan / Thalia
Le Blond, Richard K. II / Derelicts
LeBuhn, Donald A. / Monastery
Lee, Chien / Woof
Leep, Thomas E. / Abbey
Le Fevre, A. Scott / Three Threes
Leffall, LaSalle D. Jr / Pelican
Legge, Charles A. / Thalia
Leitstein, Robert M. / Better ŒOle
Leland, Edward I. / Druids
Leland, Hayne E. / Silverado Squatters
Le Masters, Earle III / Woof
Lenczowski, Hubert / Toyland
Lenczowski, John / Toyland
Lenzen, Louis C. / Care Less
Leon, Thomas A. / Tarry Town
Leonards, Richard / Band
Leones, John G. / Tunerville
Lerer, Joseph S. / Woof
Lerude, Warren Leslie / Puma
Leslie, Donald G. / Outpost
Leveroni, Stephen E. / Fore Peak
Levingston, Bruce / Stowaway
Lewis, Brian / Band
Lewis, Craig C. / Tarry Town
Lewis, Gerald J. / Crossroads
Lewis, John S. / Land¹s End
Lewis, Josiah E. / Care Less
Lewis, Louis W. / Band
Lewis, Mark A. / Tarry Town
Lewis, Raymond E. / Green Mask
Leylegian, George A. / Aviary
Liles, Thomas Steward / Crossroads
Lilienthal, Christopher R. / Sleepy Hollow
Lilienthal, John G. / Sleepy Hollow
Lind, Stephen A. / Totem In
Lindsley, Alan Lawrence / Mathieu
Lindstrom, John W. / Aviary
Lininger, Schuyler W. / Faraway
Linkletter, Arthur G. / Dragon
Littlefield, Edmund W. Jr. / Rattlers / Edgehill
Littlefield, Jacques M. / Sempervirens
Lloyd, Brian / Tunerville
Long, John ³Jay² Bradley / Faraway
Longyear, Douglas M. / Timbuktu
Lord, Charles Edward III / Band
Lord, Christopher / Monastery
Loucks, Vernon R. Jr. / Mandalay
Loughran, Anthony Hookey / Tie Binders
Loughran, A. Wiley / Rendezvous
Lovett, Marcus / Five Easy Pieces
Lovewell, John Brownlee / Puma
Lowe, Albert S. III / Hillside
Lowe, James Rowland Jr. / River Lair
Lowell, Frederick Kidder / Last Chance
Lowrey, Charles F. / Green Mask
Lowrey, Charles F. Jr. / Green Mask
Lozano, Ignacio E. Jr. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Lubich, Warren P. / El Toro II
Luce, John M. / Shoestring
Lukes, George E. / Whisky Flat
Lundin, John A. / Ladera
Lundquist, Weyman I. / River Lair
Lundquist, Weyman J. / River Lair
Lurie, Robert A. / Shoestring
Luther, Homer L. Jr. / Woof
Lynn, Douglas G. / Snug Harbor
Lyons, Irving F. III / Moonshiners
M
MacAllister, John / Aviary
MacBride, Thomas J. Jr. / Bella Union
MacColl, William B. Jr. / Midway
MacCorkle, Emmett W. / Bella Union
MacDonald, Graeme L. / Highlanders
MacDonald, Kirkpatrick / Silverado Squatters
Macdonald, Peter S. / Hualapai
MacDonald, William John / Crossroads
MacDonnell, Robert I. / Uplifters
MacGeorge, James A. / Bella Union
MacGuire, James M. / Outpost
Machette, Michael H. / Cool-Nazdar
Mackenzie, Roger D. / Medicine Lodge
Mackinlay, Ian / Wayside Log
MacLean, Angus L. Jr. / Hill Billies
MacNaughton, Malcolm Jr. / Camels
MacNichol, Roland S. / Derelicts
Macurdy, John / Sundodgers
Madden, James S. / Dragon
Madden, Richard B. / Midway
Madding, Bruce W. / Thalia
Madigan, Richard A. / Midway
Mahany, Brian Douglas / Monkey Block
Maher, John F. / Lost Angels
Maier, Robert W. / Wayside Log
Main, Stephen T. / Tunerville
Mallari, R. Peter / Aviary
Maloney, Graham / Timbuktu
Maloney, Michael J. / Owlers
Malott, James S. / Mathieu
Malott, Robert H. / Silverado Squatters
Maltbie, Roger L. / Whoo Cares
Mancini, Brooks T. / Bella Union
Mancini, Jay C. / Wayside Log
Mancini, Philip Woodson / Skiddoo
Mandigo, Clark R. II / Five Easy Pieces
Mandle, Roger / Dragon
Manning, Edward M. III / Web
Manseau, Robert B. / Aviary
Marcelli, Victor Ottavio / Monkey Block
Marchesi, Silvano B. / Tunerville
Mardikian, Haig G. / Cave Man
Margaretten, William / Abbey
Margolin, Edwin Alan / Jinks Band
Markison, Robert E. / Tarry Town
Marks, Robert Thomas / Puma
Maroney, John F. / Piedmont
Marquardt, David F. / Zaca
Marshall, Donald Ian / Tarry Town
Marshall, Douglas W. / Tie Binders
Marston, Jeffrey L. / El Toro II
Marston, Michael / Wayside Log
Marszal, Edward R. / Wohwohno
Martin, Christopher J. / Zaca
Martin, David Orem / Tunerville
Martin, Francis A. III / Uplifters
Martin, Fredric Wayne / Aviary
Martin, George F. Jr. / Hideaway
Martin, Jay R. / Land¹s End
Martin, John F. / Sheldrake Lodge
Martin, Richard Wilson / Aviary
Martz, C. Thomas / Monastery
Maryatt, David E. / Owlers
Maslin, Philip Star II / Aviary
Mateo, Segundo / Piedmont
Matheson, James / Tunerville
Matthews, Christopher J. / Dragon
Mathews, Scott / Moro
Matthews, William C. Jr. / Silverado Squatters
Maus, Donald M. / Web
Mayne, Stephen S. / Isles of Aves
Maze, George S. / Snug Harbor
McAfee, Ward M. / Dragon
McAuliffe, Richard Charles Jr. / Monastery
McAuliffe, Stephen B. / Cool-Nazdar
McBaine, J. Patterson / Five Easy Pieces
McCabe, Charles K. / Puma
McCabe, Eugene A. / Iron Ring
McCall, Ernest H. / Tarry Town
McCann, Edward Francis II / Outpost
McCann, William D. / Valhalla
McCarthy, John J. Jr. / Band
McCarthy, Steven Brian / Parsonage
McCaulou, Kenneth H. / Tunerville
McCaw, Bruce R. / Wohwohno
McClatchy, William Briggs / Better ŒOle
McCloud, Kimball P. / Poison Oak
McComber, Donald H. / Halcyon
McComish, John H. / Pig ŒN Whistle
McCorkle, Chester O. / Jungle
McCosker, John E. / Isle of Aves
McCown, George E. / Land of Happiness
McCoy, Bowen H. / Owl¹s Nest
McCrea, Peter / Medicine Lodge
McCrea, Thomas P. III / Tie Binders
McCrohan, James J. / Tunerville
McCubbrey, J. Bruce / Aviary
McCune, Allan A. / Interlude
McCune, J. Denver / Hideaway
McDonald, Ian Bruce / Band
McDonald, Paul Joseph / Better ŒOle
McDowell, W. Patrick / Bella Union
McElnea, Jeffrey K. / Tie Binders
McElnea, William H. Jr. / Tie Binders
McEndy, John D. / Tie Binders
McEvoy, Nion T. / Poison Oak
McGarry, Christopher T. / Tunerville
McGettigan, Charles C. / Zaca
McGillen, James Patrick / Mandalay
McGinley, Michael / Aviary
McGovern, Francis E. / Owl¹s Nest
McGowan, Matthew B. / Parsonage
McGowan, Michael B. / Parsonage
McGuinness, Joseph Patrick / Ladera
McGuire, Michael T. / Utukulu
McHugh, Robert Anthony III / Skyhi
McIlhenny, Paul C. P. / Sahara
McKannay, Richard H. Jr. / Owlers
McKay, Brendan Patrick / Tie Binders
McKee, W. Stuart / Roaring
McKelvy, Alfred D. ŒTod¹ Jr. / Aviary
McKenna, Edward A. / Aviary
McKennon, Keith R. / Sunshiners
McKissick, Carson R. / Tie Binders
McKnight, Paul C. / Tie Binders
McLaughlin, Andrew C. III / Pig ŒN Whistle
McLaughlin, Peter Bennet / Sleepy Hollow
McLaughlin, Thomas O. / Esplandian
McLellan, Bruce B. / Seven Trees
McLellan, Douglas B. / Zaca
McManigal, Roderick A. / Moro
McMicking, Henry C. / Haven
McMurtry, Burton J. / Woof
McNab, James III / Skiddoo
McNabb, Mark Hopkins / Aviary
McNamara, Daniel Forbes / Pig ŒN Whistle
McNaughton, Raymond J. / Utukulu
McNay, John Wesley / Valhalla
McNear, Denman K. / Uplifters
McNeil, Dennis A. / Owl¹s Nest
McNeill, H. Russell / Medicine Lodge
McNellis, John E. / Interlude
McNiff, Kevin L. / Aviary
McNiven, Hugh D. / Friends of the Forest
McNulty, Michael / Web
McPherson, Michael C. / Sleepy Hollow
McQuade, Donald A. / Hideaway
McQuarrie, Robert Bruce Jr. / Poker Flat
McReynolds, Thomas P. / Sunshiners
McWilliams, Keith B. / Thalia
Mead, Harold B. / Crossroads
Meakin, James W. / Jungle
Meakin, Thomas E. / Jungle
Meblin, Matthew B. / Jinks Band
Meblin, Samuel D. / Poker Flat
Meese, Edwin III / Cave Man
Megeath, Samuel A. III / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Megert, Van / Utukulu
Mehran, Alexander R. / Stowaway
Meister, E. H. ³Ned² / Monastery
Mel, Howard Charles / Silverado Squatters
Mellor, Robert E. / Whisky Flat
Melvoin, Jeffrey D. / Aviary
Mendelson, Alan C. / Cliff Dwellers
Menzies, Michael G. / Camels
Merchant, Michael A. / Zaca
Merrill, Steven L. / Woof
Merriman, Dwight L. Jr. / Santa Barbara
Merriman, Dwight L. III / Santa Barbara
Merten, David F. / Abbey
Messmer, Harold M. Jr. / Hill Billies
Metheny, Alan E. / Meyerling
Metheny, Johnny / Hermits
Mettier, Henry / Totem In
Mettier, Stacy R. Jr. / Totem In
Metz, Thomas F. / Lost Angels
Meunier, Louis M. / Aviary
Meyer, Donald R. / Last Chance
Meyer, Nation / Fore Peak
Meyersieck, Kenneth W. / Tie Binders
Michael, Jay Dee / Land¹s End
Michael, Peter Z. / Spot
Michelson, Michael W. / Uplifters
Mielke, Frederick W. Jr. / Toyland
Milam, Kenneth E. / Cliff Dwellers
Miles, Chipman / Crow¹s Nest
Millar, Richard W. Jr. / Idlewild
Millar, Roger J. / Highlanders
Miller, Anthony T. / Totem In
Miller, Arjay / Sempervirens
Miller, Bruce L. / Tie Binders
Miller, David Earl / Valhalla
Miller, Henry S. / Meyerling
Miller, J. Sanford / Highlanders
Miller, John F. / Hualapai
Miller, O¹Malley M. / Lost Angels
Miller, Peter B. / Mathieu
Miller, Richard Russell / Moonshiners
Miller, Richard S. / Green Mask
Miller, Robert Gordon / Medicine Lodge
Miller, Ronald Dean / Star & Garter
Miller, Stephen R. / Cool-Nazdar
Miller, Stephen T. B. / Bella Union
Miller, Steven H. / Poison Oak
Miller, Terry / Wild Oats
Milligan, Marshall C. / Friends of the Forest
Mills, John Brent / Woof
Milne, Robert / Land of Happiness
Minor, David R. / Owlers
Miottel, W. John Jr. / Wayside Log
Mitroff, George B. / Sheldrake Lodge
Molnar, David Michael / Nec Natama
Mondavi, Robert Michael / Midway
Monfredini, James Joseph / Skiddoo
Mongan, James J. M.D. / Sundodgers
Monson, Dwight Lindsay / Red Fire
Montgomery, George G. Jr. / Santa Barbara
Montgomery, H. DuBose / Sundodgers
Montgomery, Matt / Tunerville
Montgomery, Thomas / Dog House
Moore, Douglas G. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Moore, George B. / Haven
Moore, James Rolph Jr. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Moore, Joseph Gartland / Pink Onion
Moore, Peter Martin / Pink Onion
Moore, Robert B. Jr. / Sleepy Hollow
Moore, Stephen A. / Tunerville
Moore, Thomas E. / Land¹s End
Moore, Thomas W. Jr. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Moores, William York / Tunerville
Morey, Charles L. / Whisky Flat
Morgan, Charles F. / Stowaway
Morgens, Edwin H. / Mandalay
Morley, H. Barclay / Sunshiners
Morris, Charles Kendrick / Spot
Morris, Thaine R. / Mathieu
Morris, William C. / Lost Angels
Morrish, Tom / Wayside Log
Morrish, William B. / Puma
Morrison, R. Scott Jr. / Whisky Flat
Morrison, Richard H. Jr. / Hideaway
Morrow, Richard M. / Mandalay
Morrow, Robert P. III / Derelicts
Morse, Bryan F. / Aviary
Morse, James R. / Tarry Town
Mortarotti, John L. / Tunerville
Mortensen, Earl L. Jr. / Tunerville
Morton, Douglas / Jinks Band
Moss, William / Midway
Motlow, John Geoffrey / Derelicts
Moulin, Thomas M. / Edgehill
Moxley, Michael / Aviary
Muhs, F. H. Ted / Druids
Muhs, Peter L. / Druids
Mulford, David A. / Star & Garter
Mulford, David Campbell / Mandalay
Mullane, John J. Jr. / Idlewild
Muller, Richard A. / Moro
Muller, Timothy Matthew / Green Mask
Mullin, Peter W. / Skyhi
Mullins, Brian Thayer / Spot
Mumford, H. G. (Toby) / Faraway
Murakami, Michael T. / Hillside
Murdoch, Colin / Pig ŒN Whistle
Murdock, Deroy / Medicine Lodge
Murphy, Leo J. / Skiddoo
Murray, Daniel Buntin / Cliff Dwellers
Murray, Dwight H. Jr. / Hermits
Murray, John Creighton / Pelican
Murray, John Robert / Poker Flat
Murray, Thomas J. Jr. / Monkey Block
Murray, William R. / Star & Garter
Musto, Peter Johnson / Medicine Lodge
Myatt, J. Michael / Wayside Log
Myers, Jack E. / Aviary
Myers, Michael E. / Roaring
Myers, Richard B. USAF (Ret) / Midway
N
Nachtrieb, Harold C. / Shoestring
Nagel, Kenneth C. / Rendezvous
Nally, Patrick Louis / Cliff Dwellers
Nash, Jeffrey P. / Skiddoo
Nauman, Peter B. / Outpost
Nawrocki, W. A. / Jinks Band
Neblett, G. Rives / Wayside Log
Nees, John Morgan / Valhalla
Neff, Thomas J. / Haven
Nelson, Bruce R. / Aviary
Nelson, Fredric C. / Cool-Nazdar
Nelson, Kipp / Crossroads
Nelson, S. Victor / Skyhi
Nelson, Ward T. / Sunshiners
Nevolo, Gary J. / Snug Harbor
Newbigging, David K. / Cave Man
Newhart, Byrne / Pink Onion
Niccolls, William A. / Faraway
Nichol, Harold / Wild Oats
Nichols, Alan Hammond / Silverado Squatters
Nicholson, William H. / Sons of Rest
Nicholson, W. John / Highlanders
Niello, David F. / Pow Wow
Niello, Richard L. / Hillside
Niello, Rick / Faraway
Niello, Roger W. / Pow Wow
Niggeman, L. Peter / Pow Wow
Nim, Kenneth / Shoestring
Nishkian, Levon H. / Toyland
Nixon, Thomas Arthur / Bella Union
Noelke, Carl B. / Aviary
Noonan, Stanley J. / Aviary
Norris, William F. / Wohwohno
North D. Warner / Aviary, Silverado Squatters
Nott, Robert H. / Whisky Flat
Nouri, Edmond J. / Zaca
Nouri, Michael / Zaca
Nowlin, Wade T. / Tarry Town
O
Oakes, A. James Jr. / Land¹s End
Oakley, John B. / Sons of Rest
Oberndorf, William E. / Hill Billies
Obidinski, Alexander / Jinks Band
O¹Brian, Dillon / Midway
O¹Brien, George D. Jr. / Wayside Log
O¹Connell, Kevin A. / Dragon
O¹Connor, Jay H. / Wayside Log
O¹Connor, Scott H. / Faraway
O¹Donnell, James J. / Sons of Toil
Ogburn, Matthew M. / Skiddoo
Ogburn, Raymond R. / Tie Binders
Ohleyer, Michael L. / River Lair
O¹Keefe, Sean / Wayside Log
Olds, William Jr. / Abbey
Olds, William Lee III / Abbey
O¹Leary, Paul A. / Medicine Lodge
Oliphant, Patrick / Lost Angels
Olmsted, Jonathan / Derelicts
Olsen, George H. Jr. / Land of Happiness
Olson, John F. / Haven
O¹Malley, Peter / Cuckoo¹s Nest
O¹Neill, George D. Jr. / Romany
O¹Neill, Jeffrey Bryan / Skyhi
O¹Neill, Joseph I. III / Web
Ong, John D. / Hill Billies
O¹Reilly, David J. / Mandalay
O¹Reilly, Terry / Bella Union
Osborn, James R. / Tarry Town
Osborne, Brent W. / Totem In
Osborne, David H. III / Land¹s End
Osterling, Ralph S. / Bella Union
Osthimer, Charles E. III / Zaca
Otellini, Paul Stevens / Monastery
Otter, Richard C. / Medicine Lodge
Otto, J. Gregory / Valhalla
Owens, William Arthur USN (Ret) / Silverado Squatters
Owsley, John Q. Jr. / Land¹s End
P
Padian, Kevin / Hideaway
Palm, Charles G. / Cave Man
Pannill, William G. / Pelican
Papadopoulos, Panos / Sons of Toil
Parfit, Matthew / Band
Parish, Jeffrey J. / Aviary
Parker, Harry S. III / Thalia
Parker, Jack S. / Pelican
Parker, Joseph Lloyd Jr. / Valley of the Moon
Parker, Robert Ted / Tunerville
Parker, Thomas G. / Crossroads
Parkhurst, Paul / Pig ŒN Whistle
Parma, Leon W. / Spot
Parrott, Timothy J. / Midway
Parry, Dana G. / Wild Oats
Parsons, Gerald E. / Faraway
Pattee, Gordon Burleigh / Stowaway
Patterson, Robert E. / Sempervirens
Patton, Paul Lyon / Pig ŒN Whistle
Paul, Hartley / Whoo Cares
Paul, James Cameron / Whoo Cares
Paulson, Christopher L. / Pink Onion
Peck, Rodney R. Esq. / Thalia
Pedley, Dean A. / Druids
Pedley, Eric A. / Druids
Pedley, Rick / Care Less
Pelkan, John R. / Ye Merrie Yowls
Pelosi, Paul F. / Stowaway
Pendergast, Gene E. Jr. / T-N-T
Perez, Vincent / Monkey Block
Perry, James Warren / Poker Flat
Perry, Mark W. / Cliff Dwellers
Person, Evert B. / Aviary
Petersen, Neal L. / Band
Peterson, Edward H. / Roaring
Peterson, Kirk L. / Hideaway
Peterson, Richard H. / Isle of Aves
Peterson, Stephen F. / Isle of Aves
Petkevich, John Misha / Interlude
Pettit, Tom / Wild Oats
Pettus, David Wingfield / Dragon
Pfau, George H. Jr. / Hill Billies
Pfeifer, William L. / Nec Natama
Phelan, Michael Aloysius / Fore Peak / Midway
Phelps, J. Barton / Sempervirens
Phillips, Dave / Lost Angels
Phillips, William W. / Piedmont
Phipps, Allen M. / Puma
Phleger, Peter M. / Derelicts
Pickering, Frederick B. Jr. / Derelicts
Pickford, Stephen T. / Woof
Pierson, Peter O¹Malley / Madrone
Pigott, Charles M. / Uplifters
Pigott, Mark / Mandalay
Pillsbury, Thomas E. / Rendezvous
Pitts, Thomas H. / Puma
Placzek, F. Anthony / Timbuktu
Pliska, Gregory L. / Five Easy Pieces
Podesta, Robert Anthony / Five Easy Pieces
Poe, David A. / Better ŒOle
Poe, Robert C. / Better ŒOle
Poett, Henry Williams III / Derelicts
Pogue, Richard W. / Pelican
Pohli, Richard R. / Tie Binders
Poland, Bill R. / Hermits
Policy, Carmen, A. / Midway
Pollock, James M. / Totem In
Pond, Robert M. Jr. / Rough Œn Ready
Poole, Bruce Christopher / Sleepy Hollow
Poole, Christopher K. / Sleepy Hollow
Poole, George A. Jr. / Crow¹s Nest
Pope, Wayne E. / Shoestring
Popoff, Frank P. / Sunshiners
Porter, James W. / Tie Binders
Porter, Timothy C. / Rendezvous
Potochny, James / Tunerville
Powell, Colin L. USA (Ret) / Mandalay
Powers, Gilbert C. / Outpost
Prater, Doy / Tunerville
Pratt, James C. / Iron Ring
Pressler, Larry L. / Toyland
Prezant, William A. / Hill Billies
Price, P. Anthony / Thalia
Price, P. Buford / Isle of Aves
Price, William Stanley III / Hill Billies
Prindiville, G. David / Meyerling
Priske, Joseph L. / Utukulu
Prusiner, Stanley B. / Silverado Squatters
Prussia, Leland S. / Sempervirens
Puckett, Allen / Whoo Cares
Pulling, Thomas L. / Edgehill
Pursell, William Whitney / Totem In
Pynchon, William E. / Tunerville
Q
Quarre, Wilson Charles / Abbey
Quigg, Thomas M. / Dragon
Quinn, John / Wild Oats
Quist, Robert L. / Sleepy Hollow
Qvale, Bruce H. / Moonshiners
Qvale, Jeffrey / Whoo Cares
R
Radke, Edward Frederick III / Wohwohno
Rafferty, Joseph V. / Hideaway
Raggio, Nicholas O. / Sleepy Hollow
Raisbeck, Clifford C. Jr. / Rattlers
Raisian, John / Meyerling
Rallo, A. Joseph / Band
Ralston, Joseph W. USAF / Stowaway
Ramsey, Brian E. / Aviary
Rasmuson, Edward B. / Druids
Rawlings, Kenneth Blair / Roaring
Rawson, David R. / Monastery
Rawson, Ronald Craig / Highlanders
Rayner, Arno A. / Idlewild
Read, J. Peter / Land of Happiness
Read, Steven M. / Five Easy Pieces
Redlich, C. R. Jr. / Zaca
Reeder, Milton K. / Tie Binders
Rees, W. Mason / Fore Peak
Reichardt, Carl E. / Mandalay
Reilly, James R. (Reg) / Cool-Nazdar
Reilly, William K. / Sempervirens
Reinhart, Floyd / Tunerville
Reis, Thomas S. / Dragon
Reiter, Charles P. / Mathieu
Reiter, James F. / Tunerville
Rendell, Kenneth W. / Bella Union
Rennick, Mark Eugene / Web
Reppas, George S. / Hillside
Reppas, Robert G. / Hillside
Resh, Vincent H. / Isle of Aves
Revill, Clive Selsby / Shoestring
Reyes, Carlos A. / Ladera
Reyes, Julio C. / Ladera
Reynolds, Hugh E. / Fore Peak
Reynolds, Jon Q. / Wild Oats
Reynolds, Jonathan R. / Tie Binders
Reynolds, Robert Joseph / Wayside Log
Reynolds, Thomas B. / Crossroads
Reynoso, Raul / Sunshiners
Rice, Henry F. / Whisky Flat
Rich, Donald L. / Poker Flat
Richards, Peter C. M.D. / Toyland
Richardson, Charles M. Jr. / Seven Trees
Richardson, H. Leonard / Aviary
Richardson, Harold L. / Edgehill
Richardson, W. H. / Aviary
Richardson, William C. / Monastery
Richart, Ralph M. / Five Easy Pieces
Riehl, Donald R. / Better ŒOle
Riley, Benjamin K. / Sundodgers
Riley, Patrick G. / Dragon
Riley, William Thomas / Dragon
Ring, Stewart Andrew / Oz
Ripsteen, Jack B. / Ladera
Rissel, Richard Carl / T-N-T
Ritchie, C. Stewart III / Land of Happiness
Rivasplata, Alfred A. / Tunerville
Robarts, Drew Leland / Pig ŒN Whistle
Robbins, Lindsey C. / Esplandian
Roberts, George R. / Uplifters
Robertson, Channing Rex / Highlanders
Robertson, Mark Owen / Monastery
Robinson, Billy E. / Band
Robinson, John C. / Uplifters
Rocha, Antonio L. / Aviary
Rockefeller, David / Stowaway
Rockefeller, David Jr. / Stowaway
Rodenbaugh, F. Hase / Sons of Rest
Rodriguez, Carlos A. / Hermits
Rogers, David N. USN (Ret.) / Sunshiners
Rogers, Jack / Aviary
Rogers, Stephen John / Highlanders
Rogers, T. Gary / Pelican
Rogich, Sigmund / Hill Billies
Rohn, R. Jeffrey / Skiddoo
Rohr, James E. / Land of Happiness
Rohr, Thos / Roaring
Rojas, Joseph A. / Tie Binders
Rojas, Roland S. / Band
Rojas, Vincent E. / Dog House
Rollandi, Victor Lawrence Sr. / Pink Onion
Romig, Clifton S. / Aviary
Roosevelt, Michael A. / Totem In
Rosati, Mario M. / Isle of Aves
Rose, Anthony Frederick / Shoestring
Rose, Glenn A. / Tunerville
Rosekrans, Adolph S. / River Lair
Rosekrans, John S. / River Lair
Rosekrans, Peter R. / River Lair
Rosenblatt, Toby / Hill Billies
Rossi, Robert D. / Totem In
Roth, Douglas H. / Hualapai
Rowan, Thomas Patrick / Woof
Rowe, Peter Hamlin / Cool-Nazdar
Rowell, Robert W. / Monastery
Rumsfeld, Donald H. / Hill Billies
Runnels, Charles B. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Ruprecht, David Martin / Woof
Rush, R. Stockton III / Woof
Russell, James N. / Fore Peak
Russell, Thomas R. / Abbey
Rutherford, George W. / Rendezvous
Ryan, Donald Vincent / Edgehill
Ryan, Gregory Paul / Thalia
Ryan, Joseph / Lost Angels
Ryan,, Michael D. / Tunerville
Ryan, Stephen J. / Cave Man
Ryan, T. J. III / Tie Binders
Ryan, Thomas Joseph / Pelican
Ryan, Timothy P. / Sons of Toil
S
Saffir, Richard A. / Mathieu
Sakakeeny, Gabriel / Tunerville
Salazar, Phillip / Rattlers
Salestrom, James Kevin / Five Easy Pieces
Salewski, Anthony J. / Aviary
Salt, Haddon N. / Wohwohno
Saltzer, David L. / Aviary
Saltzer, Rudolph B. / Aviary, Wild Oats
Sample, Steven B. / Mandalay
Sample, Wilton Wade / Faraway
Sandman, John Bertheau ³Bert² / Parsonage
Saul, B. Francis / Pelican
Saveri, Guido / Esplandian
Saveri, Richard Alexander / Esplandian
Sawyer, Frederic A. / Sheldrake Lodge
Saxton, Andrew E. / Land of Happiness
Scafidi, Joseph A. / Shoestring
Scales, Jeffrey M. / Sunshiners
Scarborough, Phillip / Aviary
Schadlich, Stephen H. / Puma
Schafer, H. James / Druids
Schatz, Joseph L. / Tie Binders
Schellerup, Mark Baxter / Tie Binders
Schenkkan, Gerard / Aviary
Schiff, Albert J. ³Bud² / Five Easy Pieces
Schilling, Alexander H. Jr. / Owlers
Schley, Kenneth C. / Camels
Schmidt, Chauncey E. / Tie Binders
Schmidt, Eric Clausen / Hillside
Schmidt, Jon Eugene / Aviary
Schmoke, Kurt L. / Hill Billies
Schnitzer, Jordan D. / Moro
Schreck, Albert R. / Iron Ring
Schreck, Charles R. / Iron Ring
Schreck, Thomas A. / Iron Ring
Schroder, Donn / Tunerville
Schroder, John S. / Tunerville
Schulte, Bernard H. Jr. / Cool-Nazdar
Schultz, Jack G. / Hermits
Schultz, Jackson L. / Hermits
Schumacher, Robert J. / Hualapai
Schwab, Charles R. / Uplifters
Schwartz, Edwin J. / Abbey
Scollin, Bruce / Valley of the Moon
Scott, Conley Jay II / Aviary
Scott, Edward B. II / Wild Oats
Scott, Norman M. Jr. / Hideaway
Scott, Thomas Wright / Wayside Log
Scully, John H. / Sunshiners
Sears, John H. / Cool-Nazdar
Sechrest, Dennis G. / Idlewild
Seidel, Bruce / Medicine Lodge
Semple, Lloyd A. / Santa Barbara
Sepos, Charles / Tunerville
Sertich, John L. / Sundodgers
Setrakian, Robert A. / Bald Eagle
Setrakian, Scott H. / Silverado Squatters
Settlemier, Brock Reid / Land of Happiness
Seward, George C. / Seven Trees
Seymour, H. Boyd Jr. / Midway
Sfarzo, Ronald A. / Bella Union / Jinks Band
Shanahan, Francis P. / Sundodgers
Shanley, Kevin / Medicine Lodge
Shapiro, A. Horton / Thalia
Sharon, William F. / Sons of Rest
Shattuck, Paul C. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Shattuck, William M. / Sleepy Hollow
Shattuck, William N. / Sleepy Hollow
Shea, Peter Owen / Land¹s End
Shearer, Frederic George / Fore Peak
Shearing, George A. / Tunerville
Sheldon, George O. / Land of Happiness
Shenk, John C. / Sundodgers
Shepard, Roderick W. / Piedmont
Sherman J. Russell / Cool-Nazdar
Sherman, James Edward / Totem In
Sherman, Jerome T. / Band
Sherman, Robert S. III / Seven Trees
Shields, Robert M. Jr. / Crossroads
Shine, Raymond E. / Nec Natama
Shirley, David Arthur / Wayside Log
Shoemaker, Alvin V. / Mandalay
Shoptaugh, Philip / Band
Shulgin, Alexander T. / Tunerville
Shultz, George P. / Mandalay
Siart, William E. B. / Midway
Sibley, Peter E. / Isle of Aves
Sibley, Scott / Ladera
Sickel, Edward T. III / Utukulu
Simens, Mark F. / Last Chance
Simon, Donald S. / Whisky Flat
Simons, Carlton Barrett / Shoestring
Simpson, Alan K. / Pelican
Singer, Samuel R. T. / Interlude
Singleton, Dennis E. / Cool-Nazdar
Sitzmann, Garry Russell / Land¹s End
Skinner, Jeffry A. / Whisky Flat
Skinner, Paul W. / Woof
Skye, Robert Brighten / Jinks Band
Slattery, Dennis D. / Whisky Flat
Sloan, David B. / Aviary
Slusser, James W. / Bella Union
Slusser, Willis S. / Isle of Aves
Smiell, Joseph E. / Tunerville
Smit, Steve / Timbuktu
Smith, Brannan T. / Ladera
Smith, Bruce C. / Sundodgers
Smith, Budge H. / Ladera
Smith, E. Del / Dog House
Smith, F. Allen / Jinks Band
Smith, H. William III / Wayside Log
Smith, Hawley Dwight / Shoestring
Smith, James S. / Parsonage
Smith, Jeffrey C. / Outpost
Smith, Lloyd Herbert / Sons of Toil
Smith, Richard W. / Parsonage
Smith, Sydney C. / Band
Smith, William McFate / Owlers
Smyth, John E. / Aviary / Owl¹s Nest
Snavely, Christian M. / Whisky Flat
Snavely, Stephen V. / Ye Merrie Yowls
Sochor, Jim L. / Sons of Toil
Soher, Thomas J. / Oz
Solari, Jerome P. / Dragon
Solari, William S. III / Dragon
Solinsky, Frank IV / Whisky Flat
Soracco, Peter A. / Mathieu
Sorenson, Eric / Tunerville
Spalding, Philip Foster / Skiddoo
Spalding, Richard C. / Zaca
Spane, Robert J. / Midway
Spellman, Zachariah / Band
Spence, G. Stuart Jr. / Green Mask
Spence, Robert L. / Bella Union
Spencer, John / Woof
Spencer, Norman A. / Cliff Dwellers
Spieker, R. Tod / Sleepy Hollow
Spieker, Warren ³Ned² E. Jr. / Valley of the Moon
Spight, Richard D. / Hideaway
Spilhaus, Athelstan F. Jr. / Sons of Toil
Sprague, Norman F. III / Druids
Sprole, Frank A. / Hill Billies
Sproul, Curtis C. / Isle of Aves
Sproul, Robert Gordon III / Isle of Aves
Spruance, Donald William / Aviary
Squires, Kendall B. Mooers / Madrone
Stafford, Robert M. / Spo(t?)
Standord, Alan G. / Sundodgers
Stansbury, Herbert E. Jr. / Highlanders
Staples, John N. III / Camels
Stark, Jack L. / Sons of Toil
Starke, Rodman D. / Monastery
Starr, Kenneth W. / Cave Man
Starr, Kevin / Wayside Log
Starr S. Frederick / Lost Angels
Steele, Bob J. / Jinks Band
Steele, James A. / Better ŒOle
Steele, Robert Gantt / Aviary / Monkey Block
Stegmiller, Kenneth Lawrence / Aviary
Steil, Peter / Dragon
Stein, Jeffrey D. / Cliff Dwellers
Stepan, Russell / Tunerville
Stephan, Christopher Q. / Five Easy Pieces
Stephens, Craig Arthur / Midway
Stephens, Donald R. / Uplifters
Stephens, Paul H. / Hill Billies
Stephens, Robert L. / Woof
Sterling, Clark / Dog House
Sterling, Peter / Skyhi
Stern, Hans L. / Meyerling
Stevens, Richard W. / Tunerville
Stewart, William Paul / El Toro II
Stiffler, Terry C. / Timbuktu
Stimson, Michael R. / Poison Oak
St. John, Eugene M. Jr. / Santa Barbara
Stock, John Van Maren / Tie Binders
Stolz, Peter R. / Mathieu
Stone, Prescott W. / Faraway
Stone, William A. / Aviary
Stoney, Carl J. Jr. / Isle of Aves
Stough, Brooks / Rendezvous
Strader, Brett / Aviary
Stratmann, Eric Wolf / Aviary
Street, Reginald W. / Skyhi
Strickland, J. Robert Jr. / Jinks Band
Stringer, James Quinton Jr. / Nec Natama
Stromberg, Arthur H. / Dragon
Stuart, Charles R. / Wayside Log
Stuart, Robert D. Jr. / Stowaway
Sugg, John William Jr. / Web
Sullivan, Brian J. / Aviary
Sullivan, John L. Jr. / Cool-Nazdar
Sullivan, Walter H. III / Stowaway
Sulpizio, Robert E. / Jinks Band
Sultan, Edward D. Jr. / Wild Oats
Summa, Terry L. / Tunerville
Sumner, William O. / Land of Happiness
Supple, Frederic E. Jr. / Dog House
Sutcliffe, Robert J. / Sahara
Sutherland, William D. / Highlanders
Sutter, Mark Louis / Sequoyah
Sutton, Garrett Zook / Rendezvous
Sutton, James Hepburn / Dragon
Swain, Robert Egan / Cave Man
Swain, Robert J. / Cave Man
Swan, John / Star & Garter
Swanson, W. Clarke / Haven
Swartz, Eric C. / Land of Happiness
Swig, Steven L. / Abbey
Swinden, James Irvine / Pelican
Swinerton, James B. / Dragon
Symington, James W. / Hill Billies
Symonds, J. Taft / Seven Trees
T
Taggart, Robert W. / Poker Flat
Tappan, James C. / Monastery
Taranik, James V. / Wayside Log
Taube, Seth B. / Tunerville / Uplifters
Tayler, Christopher John / Poker Flat
Taylor, James Emmanuel / Abbey
Taylor, John Brian / Cave Man
Taylor, Kenneth John / Aorangi / Swagatam
Taylor, Matthew J. / Rendezvous
Taylor, Robert M. / Cool-Nazdar
Taylor, Vernon Jr. / Owl¹s Nest
Taylor, Wyman Leroy / Sunshiners
Teel, Mark / Jinks Band
Teich, Steve Emery / Tunerville
Tellez, Stephen C. / Lost Angels
Tevis, Michael L. / Sundodgers
Thacher, Carter P. / River Lair
Thacher, David J. / River Lair
Thacher, John Pomeroy / River Lair
Thayer, Edward C. / Sheldrake Lodge
Thayer, Rufus G. Jr. / Idlewild
Theurer, Richard / Band
Thiele, Ted / Jinks Band
Thieriot, Peter E. / Zaca
Thirkell, Edward D. / Bella Union
Thomas, Arthur Norman / Owl¹s Nest
Thomas, E. J. Ned II / Faraway
Thomas, Gregory M. / Sundodgers
Thomasson, Dan King / Cave Man
Thompson, Morley P. / Cave Man
Thompson, Peter Henry / Tunerville
Thomson, David Gwynn / Aviary
Thomson, Keith / Isle of Aves
Thomson, Peter A. / Land of Happiness
Thornton, C. B. Jr. / Lost Angels
Thornton, William Laney / Midway
Thurlow, Stephen C. / Hermits
Thurlow, William L. / Tunerville
Thurston, Michael Kent / Jinks Band
Tiernan, Liam / Cliff Dwellers
Tierney, Thomas J. / Hill Billies
Tight, Dexter C. / Faraway
Tight, Tim / Faraway
Tilden, Calvin B. / Sundodgers
Timberlake, Terrill / Whisky Flat
Tobin, Joseph O. II / Poison Oak
Todd, Joseph Z. III / Wild Oats
Tognazzini, Roland E. / Whisky Flat
Tolles, R. P. Dee / Skyhi
Tomsic, Ronald E. / Whisky Flat
Toole, James F. / Land of Happiness
Tooley, William L. / Owl¹s Nest
Topham, Ned / River Lair
Tornga, Thomas H. / Pig ŒN Whistle
Toth, Bryant A. / Hill Billies
Townes, Charles H. / Isle of Aves
Townsend, Lawrence G. Hideaway
Traitel, David T. / Crossroads
Travalena, Fred A. III / Dog House
Trent, Darrell M. / Parsonage
Tresan, David I. / Band
Trione, Victor S. / Dog House
Tripaldi, David R. / Cool-Nazdar
Tripp, Marv / Aviary
Trotter, Tracy L. M.D. / Crow¹s Nest
Tudor, W. Pendleton / Land of Happiness
Tuller, Robert M. / Roaring
Tully, Herbert B. / Piedmont
Tunney, Peter W. / Land¹s End
Tupin, Joe P. / Sons of Toil
Turner, Bruce Gordon / Aviary
Turner, David / Band
Turner, Fred L. / Outpost
Turner, Marshall C. Jr. / Shoestring
Tuner, Thomas A. / Wild Oats
Tyler, Carl D. / Pig ŒN Whistle
U
Unobskey, Sidney R. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Urstadt, Charles J. / Midway
Usher, Kirk Jr. / Faraway
V
Valentine, Peter B. / Dragon
Van Dine, Robert G. / Skyhi
Van Genderen, Warren / Care Less
Van Horn, William G. / Idlewild
Van Praag, H. John / Woof
Vaughan, James S. / Medicine Lodge
Vaughan, Richard Haylett / Tunerville
Veach, Jay / Sunshiners
Veit, Robert J. / Aviary
Verrier, Edward D. / Owl¹s Nest
Verzhbinsky, Alyosha G. / Wayside Log
Vestal, Peter L. / Medicine Lodge
Vickers, Robert M. / Poison Oak
Viel, Jean-Pierre Louis / Puma
Vinson, Donald E. / Sahara
Violich, Paul A. / Thalia
Violich, Peter Christopher / Tunerville
Vitalie, John R. / Aviary
Vogel, Philip Orson / Medicine Lodge
Vogelheim, Paul C. / Tarry Town
Voigt, Ernest C. / Roaring
Volk, David R. / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Volk, Richard R. / Crow¹s Nest
Volkmann, William / Sleepy Hollow
von der Lieth, Robt. H. / Meyerling
von Galen, Ferdinand / Whoo Cares
von Platen, Henrik / Owlers
von Stein, Wm. Scott / Whoo Cares
Vosti, Laurence / Skyhi
Vukasin, George J. / Sahara
W
Wade, David M. / Aviary
Wagner, H. A. / Tarry Town
Wagner, Henry W. III / Aviary
Wait, Bradford M. / Aviary
Waligore, Robert S. / Aviary
Walker, Brooks Jr. / Stowaway
Walker, Brooks III / Stowaway
Walker, James Leslie IV / Pink Onion
Walker, Robert / Wild Oats
Walker, Vaughn / Owl’s Nest
Walsh, David P. / Aviary
Walsh, Richard / Totem In
Walsh, Wilson Alexander / Tunerville
Walters, Frank L. Jr. / Zaca
Walters, James Douglas / Totem In
Wangeman, Conrad / Tie Binders
Ware, Leonard / Tarry Town
Warren, David / Band
Warren, James D. / Hillside
Warren, James D. Jr. / Lost Angels
Warren, Jeffrey Earl / Isle of Aves
Washington, Gene A. / Hillside
Waste, James M. / Monastery
Waste, William Harrison II / Esplandian
Watson, Douglas / Sundodgers
Watson, Edward J. / Totem In
Watson, Franklin H. III / Wayside Log
Watterworth, Scott / Monastery
Wattis, Paul L. Jr. / Crow’s Nest
Watts, H. David / Tunerville
Watts, Jack Loy II / Sempervirens
Wayne, Patrick John / Skyhi
Wayne, Robert H. Jr. / Parsonage
Weber, Barrett H. / Sundodgers
Webster, Robert L. / Tie Binders
Webster, William H. / Wayside Log
Weeks, David / Jinks Band / Totem In
Weidkamp, Noel D. / Band
Weir, Robert / Rattlers
Welborne, John Howard / Pig ‘N Whistle
Welk, Robert E. / Ladera
Welker, Richard Philip / Band
Wellmerling, H. Fred / Aviary
Wells, Wallace E. / Band
Wente, Eric P. / Highlanders
Wente, Philip R. / Medicine Lodge
Wentworth, Frank W. / Puma
Wertsch, R. Wallace / Thalia
Westerfield, F. Bradford / Santa Barbara
Westerfield, Putney / Santa Barbara
Westerling, Jonathan / Band
Wetteland, Edward W. / Romany
Wheary, James T. / Hill Billies
Wheaton, George S. III / Owl’s Nest
Wheaton, John R. / Lost Angels
Wheetman, Danny Allen / Tie Binders
Whelan, Gabe III / Sleepy Hollow
Whichard, Steve / Crow’s Nest
White Bob / Haven
White, David Norman / Sons of Toil
White, Harley Sr. / Jinks Band
White, Ian McKibbin / Seven Trees
White, John F. / Santa Barbara
White, Jonathan Ogden / Aviary / Interlude
Whitman, Michael R. V. / Woof
Wickersham, Grover T. / Highlanders
Wickersham, James K. / Highlanders
Wicknick, Fred M. / Highlanders
Widdoes, James Landauer / Three Threes
Wiegers, George A. / Lost Angels
Wilcox, Jonathan W. / Shoestring
Wilk, G. Mitchell / Camels
Williams, Barry Lawson / Sons of Rest
Williams, Bradley Bruce / Hermits
Williams, Gary Alan / Tunerville
Williams, John Hayden / Sunshiners
Williams, John P. Jr. / Santa Barbara
Williams, L. Irving Jr. / Tie Binders
Williams, R. Owen / Hill Billies
Williams, Randall Bradford / Monastery
Williams, Richard / Tunerville
Williams, Walter E. / Sons of Toil
Williamson, Stephen / River Lair
Williamson, Thomas Kirk / Jinks Band
Willis, Charles F. IV / Druids
Wilsey, Michael W. / Uplifters
Wilson, Edwin Mark Jr. / Wayside Log
Wilson, James Q. / Cave Man
Wilson, Milton “Tim” III / Skiddoo
Wilson, Pete / Spot
Winchell, Wm. Blake / Hill Billies
Winter, Cory B. / Aviary
Wischmeyer, Kenneth E. / Fore Peak
Wiser, Charles Marshall / Wayside Log
Witter, Dean III / Meyerling
Witter, Thomas K. / Piedmont
Wolcott, John O. / Hideaway
Wolfe, Bruce Leslie / Monkey Block
Wolter, Jonathan R. / Totem In
Wood, Michael Carleton / Highlanders
Wood, Robert Warren / Band
Woodard, George S. Jr. (Ret) / Highlanders
Woods, Frank Montgomery / Land’s End
Woods, James C. / Aviary
Woods, James H. / Aviary
Woods, Patrick M. / Aviary
Woods, Richard M. / Better ‘Ole
Woolsey, David A. / Whoo Cares
Woolsey R. James / Shoestring
Worthington, William A. / Sheldrake Lodge
Wouk, Herman / Wayside Log
Wright, K. Dixon / Hideaway
Wright, Theodore Jr. / Tie Binders
Wyeth, William Maxwell IV / Outpost
Wyman, David C. / Woof
Wynne, Richard P. / Esplandian
Wythes, Paul M. / Mandalay
Y
Yeaman, M. Dean / Tunerville
Yeoman, Matthew Scott / Aviary
Yerby, George P. / Jungle
Yonge, Richard P. / Tunerville
York, Michael / Pelican
Yost, John Kenneth / Faraway
Youmans, John E. / Sons of Toil
Youmans, Julian R. / Sons of Toil
Youmans, Reed N. / Sons of Toil
Young, Gary P. / Tunerville
Young, Jack E. / Abbey
Z
Zachrisson, Carl U. / El Toro II
Zahm, Steve / Utukulu
Zak, James Louis / Seven Trees
Zakskorn, Charles / Pink Onion
Zamacona, Jorge / Crossroads
Zampa, Edw. G. / Woof
Zanze, Anthony Olds / Cuckoo¹s Nest
Zang, Dawson D. / Poker Flat
Zimmer, Donald Frederick Jr. / Aviary
Zischke, Michael H. / Totem In
Zischke, Peter H. / Tarry Town
Zuckerman, Gordon R. / Totem In
Zulch, Richard C. / Iron Ring
Zuniga, Richard P. / Band
Zupsic, Christopher / Interlude

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Published 25 July 2008 08:20 PM by pc93

 

Mandalay Camp as of 2004

Capt: Charles B Johnson – Charles Bartlett Johnson, born 1933, is an American businessman. With an estimated current net worth of around $4.3 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the 147th-richest person in the world (2006).
With his brother Rupert Johnson, Jr., Johnson serves as chairman of Franklin Resources, a mutual fund company started by Rupert Sr. in 1947
John F Akers – Born: 28-Dec-1934 Retired Chairman of International Business Machines Corporation
Mr. Akers, a private investor, is the retired chairman of the Board of Directors of International Business Machines CorporationIBM CEO (1986-93)
Member of the Board of Lehman Brothers (1996-)
Member of the Board of Hallmark
Member of the Board of WR Grace & Co.
Member of the Board of Pepsi (1991-?)
Member of the Board of IBM (as Chairman, 1986-93)
Member of the Board of The New York Times Company
Bush-Cheney ’04 .Yale University (1956)
Michael H Armacost – is a fellow at Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies. He previously was the president of the Brookings Institution from 1995-2002. In January 1977 Armacost was selected as a member of the National Security Council to handle East Asian and Chinese affairs under the Carter administration until July 1978, when he was replaced by Nicholas Platt. Years later he was appointed as the U.S. Ambassador to Japan from 1989-1993, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from 1984-1989, and Ambassador to the Philippines from 1982-1984. He also served as Acting Secretary of State from January 20-January 25, 1989. He was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun in 2007.
Samuel H Armacost – (born in 1940) has been the chairman of SRI International, formerly Stanford Research Institute, an independent research, technology development and commercialization organization, since 1998. He has also been the lead director of Chevron Corporation since 1982. # Managing director of Merrill Lynch Capital Markets from 1987 until 1990. President, director and chief executive officer of BankAmerica Corporation from 1981 until 1986.
Harris J Ashton- General Host Corp, owns and operates Frank’s Nursery & Crafts, Inc., a chain of specialty retail stores that sell craft and Christmas supplies as well as lawn and garden products. 7200 employees 568 M sales.
H. B. Atwater- Darden Restarants. Former CEO General Mills .Darden Restaurants, Inc. (NYSE: DRI) is a multi-brand restaurant operator. The firm owns several casual dining restaurant chains, most notably Red Lobster and Olive Garden. Darden owns and operates more than 1,700 restaurant locations throughout North America and has more than 157,000 employees.
Robert D Ballard- born June 30, 1942 in Wichita, Kansas) is an oceanographer most noted for his work in underwater archaeology. He is most famous for the discoveries of the wrecks of the RMS Titanic in 1985, the battleship Bismarck in 1989, and the wreck of the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown in 1998. Most recently he discovered the wreck of John F. Kennedy’s PT-109 in 2003 and visited the Solomon Islander natives who saved its crew. Ballard is also great-grandson of American Old West lawman Bat Masterson
Donald R Beall- Retired from Rockwell in 1998 after a 30-year career. He served as President of the company for 10 years and then served as Chairman/CEO for the next 10 years. Mr. Beall serves as a director on the boards of Rockwell Collins, Conexant Systems, Mindspeed Technologies, and CT Realty. He is a former director of Jazz Semiconductors, Skyworks Solutions, Proctor and Gamble, Amoco, Rockwell, and Times Mirror. He is an overseer of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and has received many honors including the Horatio Alger award.
Riley P. Bechtel -(CBE) is the chairman and CEO of the Bechtel Corporation. He is the great-grandson of Warren A. Bechtel, the founder of the company. His father is Stephen Bechtel, Jr., the former chairman and CEO of the company. With a net worth of over $2.5 billion, Riley Bechtel is consistently ranked in the top 200 richest people in the U.S. and the top 500 richest people in the world by Forbes Magazine. Mr. Bechtel is a director of the following companies:
* The International Council of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (since 1995)
* The Fremont Group (owned by the Bechtel corporation)
* Sequoia Ventures, Inc. (limited partner of Bechtel corporation)
He is also a member of the Trilateral Commission.

Stephen D. Bechtel, Jr. – (born 1925) is, with his son Riley, co-owner of the Bechtel Corporation. He is the son of Stephen David Bechtel, Sr. and grandson of Warren A. Bechtel who founded the Bechtel Corporation.
Charles A. Black (March 6, 1919 – August 4, 2005) was a California businessman known for aquaculture and oceanography, and for his marriage to Shirley Temple Black.
Nicholas Frederick Brady – (born April 11, 1930, in New York City) was United States Secretary of the Treasury under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. He joined Dillon, Read & Co. in New York City in 1954, rising to Chairman of the Board. He has been a Director of the NCR Corporation, the MITRE Corporation, and the H.J. Heinz Company,
James T Curry Jr.- Business and management experience includes a 30-year career with Utah Construction and Mining Co., which later merged into General Electric and was subsequently sold to BHP. Member Board of Directors SRI
Kenneth T. Derr is a member of the board of directors of the Halliburton Company. He is a Retired Chairman of the Board, Chevron Corporation (international oil company). He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, 1989-1999. Derr is also a Chairman of the Board of Calpine Corporation and a director of Citigroup Inc. and Potlatch Corporation. He is also on the Council on Foreign Relations.
William T. Esrey (born 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is an American businessman, best known for his time as Chief Executive of Sprint Corporation.
James H. Evans, former chairman of the Union Pacific Corporation and a director of AT&T
John Flanigan – relative of Peter Flanigan Peter M Flanigan -Assistant to Nixon; Dillon, Read, & Co.; UBS Warburg; SMOM; CFR.
Samuel L. Ginn (born April, 1937), Ginn was elected a director of Chevron Corporation in 1989. He is a private investor and retired chairman of the board of Vodafone AirTouch, PLC. Previously, he was chairman of the board and chief executive officer of AirTouch Communications, Inc., from 1993 to 1999 and chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Pacific Telesis Group from 1988 to 1994. He currently is a director of ICO Global Communications (Holdings) Limited, The Business Council, the Yosemite Fund, Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC and the Hoover Institute Board of Overseers.
Phillip M Hawley – Retired Chairman and CEO of Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc. from 1983 to 1992. Also a director of American Telephone & Telegraph [1981 NCSH corporate villain], Atlantic Richfield Co., BankAmerica Corp., and Weyerhaeuser Co. Hawley was a director of Atlantic Richfield Co. from 1976 to 1997. Hanna Holborn Gray, longtime director of Cummins Engine Company, was a fellow director from 1982 to 1998.
Edgar F. Kaiser, Jr is a Canadian financier and a former owner of the Denver Broncos American football team.[1] He is the grandson of shipbuilding industrialist Henry J. Kaiser.
Henry Alfred Kissinger (born Heinz Alfred Kissinger on May 27, 1923) is a German-born American bureaucrat, diplomat, and 1973 Nobel Peace Prize laureate. He served as National Security Advisor and later concurrently as Secretary of State in the Richard Nixon administration.
Andrew Stephen Bower Knight (born 1 November 1939 in England) is a journalist, editor, and media baron.
Member of the Board of News Corporation (1991- Present) Director of Rothschild family Investment Trust
Andrew Lindsay Lewis, Jr. was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 3, 1931. He is widely known as Drew Lewis.Secretary of Transportation, where he served from 1981 to 1983, a tenure that included the air traffic controllers strike. n October 1986, he became President and Chief Operating Officer of the parent Union Pacific Corporation. Since then he has been on the boards of American Express, Ford Motor Co., and SmithKline Beecham.
Vernon R Loucks Jr – Senior Fellow of the Yale Corporation and is currently a director of Affymetrix, Inc., Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., Edwards Lifesciences Corp., Emerson Electric Co., Pain Therapeutics, Inc. and Segway LLC. Mr. Loucks holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University,
James Patrick Mc Gillen-
Ruben F. Mettler, a former chief executive of the aerospace company TRW and a leader in the development of America’s ballistic missile program, died at his home in Los Angeles on May 23. He was 82.
Edwin H. Morgens has been a Director of TransMontaigne Inc. since June 1996.
Mr. Morgens has been Chairman of Morgens, Waterfall, Vintiadis & Company, Inc.,
an investment management firm, since 1970. In addition, Mr. Morgens serves as a
Director of Programmer’s Paradise, Inc. Trustee American Museum of Natural History
Richard M Morrow- San Diego Gas and Electric Company
David Campbell Mulford (born June 1937) is the current United States Ambassador to India. He took office on January 23, 2004. From 1974 to 1984, Ambassador Mulford was also Managing Director and head of International Finance at White, Weld & Co., Inc., and a senior investment advisor to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.
David J. O’Reilly (born January 1947 in Dublin, Ireland) is the chairman and CEO of Chevron Corporation
Colin Luther Powell, KCB (Honorary), MSC (April 5, 1937) is an American statesman and retired General in the United States Army. He was the 65th United States Secretary of State (2001-2005), serving under President George W. Bush. He was the first African American appointed to that position.[1][2][3][4] As a General in the United States Army, Powell also served as National Security Advisor (1987–1989) and as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989–1993), holding the latter position during the Gulf War. He was the first and so far only African American to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Carl E Reichardt Born: c. 1934
CEO of Wells Fargo Bank, 1983-94
University: BA Economics, University of Southern California (1956)
Administrator: Trustee, University of San Francisco (1982-86)
Administrator: Trustee, University of Southern California
Ford Motors Vice Chairman (2001-03)
Wells Fargo Bank CEO (1983-94)
Wells Fargo Bank President (1978-83)
Wells Fargo Bank COO (1981-83)
Wells Fargo Bank (1970-81)
Member of the Board of ConAgra (1993-)
Member of the Board of Ford Motors (1986-2006)
Member of the Board of HCA (1994-2003)
Member of the Board of HSBC Holdings plc
Member of the Board of McKesson (1996-2003)
Member of the Board of Newhall Management Corporation
Member of the Board of PG&E (1985-2002-)
Member of the Board of Wells Fargo Bank (as Chairman, 1983-94)
Bohemian Grove
Bush-Cheney 2000
George W. Bush for President
Risk Management Association Board of Directors http://www.nndb.com/people/139/000128752/
Steven B Sample- President University Southern California
George Pratt Shultz (born December 13, 1920) served as the United States Secretary of Labor from 1969 to 1970, as the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1972 to 1974, and as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1982 to 1989. Originally an economist, he has also served as a university professor and a business executive.
Paul M Wythes-Sutter Hill Ventures Founding Partner

Bohemian Grove 2008 Guest List

Will Bullas- Nationally Acclaimed artist. Won lots of awards
Allan E. Bulley jr.- Wintrust Financial corp.
Richard C. Bulloti- ??
James T. Bundschu- Owner of Vineburg Wine Co.
Harrold Hunt Burdick- ???
William C. Burkett- Chairman of Innovative Arts and Evans Consoles
Clark James Burnham- High Powered California Lawyer. One of the top lawyers in the country.
DeWitt K. Burnham jr.- ???
Brian P. Burns- Owner BF Enterprises
Richard T. Buress- Government lawyer and former FBI secret agent. Worked in both Ford’s and Nixon’s staff as well as Reagen’s campaign.
Gerard Noel Burrow- ???
Robert F. Burrows- ???
Michael J. Bush- Director of Ross department stores and CEO of 3 day blinds.
Manager of B IV investments.
James P. Busterud- Morgan Stanley broker.
Brook H. Byers- Genomic Health Inc. Involved in Genomic profiling. Owns drungstore.com (He’s staying with the hillbillies)
Bryant H. Burns- High End Auctioneers
James R. Cagley- Structural Engineer Consulting Firm President
Edward Lyons Cahill- Orthopedic Surgeon.
Chalres Elaschi- Director of Jet Propulsion laboratories and V.P. of Calfornia Institute of Technology.
John W. Elder- ???
Nicholas Scott Elder ???
Paul Hamilton Elicker- ???

George Elliot- Owner of Paradise Environments (construction firm)
George W. Ely jr.- Son of former NYSE Secretary
Leonard W. Ely- ???
Robert L. Emett- Private Investor and Politcal Donor. Claremont McKenna College trustee.
Richard (Dick) A. Enberg- Famous play by play sports announcer.
Albert O. Engel- Political donor and Triple A Machine shop owner
Joseph S. Englert- Washington Bar Owner who also freelanced for the New York Times and Washington Post.
Stephen I. Englert- Real Estate Investor
Charles J. Epstein- Pioneer of Human Genetics supposedly bombed and almost killed by the “Unabomber”.
R. Andrew Erskine- Countrywide Financial Exec Vp
Howard G. Ervin- Cerus Corp VP
Caspar Escher- Politcal contributor owner of Crowley Maritime
Thomas Escher- UBS AG Vicen Chairman also involved with IBM in the 70’s.
Shinji Eshima- Associate Principal Bass of the San Francisco Ballet and member of the San Francisco Orchestra.
Willam T. Esrey- Old CEO and Crook of Sprint.
William Essert- Entrepreneur and owner od Wooden Windows Inc.
Andrew W. Evans- AGL Resources CFO.
Brian Desmond Kidney- Poitical Donor Telecom & Internet Association Politcal Action Commitee.
Thomas F. Kiernan III- San Francisco Real Estate Developer.
Stephen C. Kimball- “Superlawyer” (top 5% of lawyers)
James V. Kimsey- Founding CEO and Chairman Emeritus of American Online.
Kevin N. King- Owner of Kevin King Interiors.
Robert F. Kingery- Chinacat group llc. Internet Security
Woodward Kingman- USIA Associate director under Ronald Reagen.
Stephen Eliott Kingsley- ???
James F. Kirkham- Artist that went to Yale. Used to be a Lawyer but retired to do his art.
Robert C. Kirkwood- Son of Prominent California Politician. Appointed by the Governator to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
R. DeWitt Kirwan- La Lawyer
J. Phillip Kistler- Prominent Neurologist.
Hugh W. Klebahn- CEO Grove Farm Company
Herbert G. Klein- Newspaper editor, broadcast official etc. Participated in 5 presidential campaigns including Senior Spokesman for The Exec. brnach of the government.
James D. Klein- ???
Thomas J. Klitgaard-Senoir Partner of San Francisco law frim. Worked for
Sega from 1992-96
John W. Kluge- Billionaire who sold Metromedia to Ruport Murdoch in 1986. Metromedia was the base of the Fox Television Network. 1987 Richest man in America.
Henry Klyce- Founded and Co founded 4 successful medical device companies.
Edward A. Knapp- ???
Andrew Knight- Worked for the Economist including founding the European section of it. Ruport Murdoch’s right hand man at News Corp.
C. Calvert Knudsen- Cascades Corp. One of the biggest traders of forest products with China. He’s also a lawyer.
Brian Desmond Kidney- Poitical Donor Telecom & Internet Association Politcal Action Commitee.
Thomas F. Kiernan III- San Francisco Real Estate Developer.
Stephen C. Kimball- “Superlawyer” (top 5% of lawyers)
James V. Kimsey- Founding CEO and Chairman Emeritus of American Online.
Kevin N. King- Owner of Kevin King Interiors.
Robert F. Kingery- Chinacat group llc. Internet Security
Woodward Kingman- USIA Associate director under Ronald Reagen.
Stephen Eliott Kingsley- ???
James F. Kirkham- Artist that went to Yale. Used to be a Lawyer but retired to do his art.
Robert C. Kirkwood- Son of Prominent California Politician. Appointed by the Governator to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
R. DeWitt Kirwan- La Lawyer
J. Phillip Kistler- Prominent Neurologist.
Hugh W. Klebahn- CEO Grove Farm Company
Herbert G. Klein- Newspaper editor, broadcast official etc. Participated in 5 presidential campaigns including Senior Spokesman for The Exec. brnach of the government.
James D. Klein- ???
Thomas J. Klitgaard-Senoir Partner of San Francisco law frim. Worked for
Sega from 1992-96
John W. Kluge- Billionaire who sold Metromedia to Ruport Murdoch in 1986. Metromedia was the base of the Fox Television Network. 1987 Richest man in America.
Henry Klyce- Founded and Co founded 4 successful medical device companies.
Edward A. Knapp- ???
Andrew Knight- Worked for the Economist including founding the European section of it. Ruport Murdoch’s right hand man at News Corp.
C. Calvert Knudsen- Cascades Corp. One of the biggest traders of forest products with China. He’s also a lawyer.
Mandalay (Big Business/Defense Contractors/Politics/U.S. Presidents);
Cave Man (Think Tanks/Oil Companies/Banking/Defense Contractors/Universities/Media);
Stowaway (Rockefeller Family Members/Oil Companies/Banking/Think Tanks);
Uplifters (Corporate Executives/Big Business);
Owls Nest (U.S. Presidents/Military/Defense Contractors);
Hideaway (Foundations/Military/Defense Contractors);
Isle of Aves (Military/Defense Contractors);
Lost Angels (Banking/Defense Contractors/Media);
Silverado squatters (Big Business/Defense Contractors);
Sempervirens (Californian-based Corporations);
Hillside (Military ‹ Joint Chiefs of Staff)