• Category Archives Camps
  • 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.

    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.


    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.

  • 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.


    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 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.


    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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  • 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. 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.

  • 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.


    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.

  • 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.



  • 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.