Chris has been a real estate broker for over 30 years and is a former owner of Oceanic Realty in Stinson Beach. He has served as a co-coordinator, secretary and treasurer of the Stinson Beach Village Association and a board member of the Stinson Beach Fire Protection District.
Gail Curtis Graham
Gail Curtis Graham has been a full time resident of Stinson Beach for over 15 years and served on the KWMR and Stinson Bolinas Library Boards. In addition to creating the Stinson Bolinas Calendar, she is a longtime member of Mainstreet Mom’s and the Stinson Bolinas Community Fund, as well as helping to start the Stinson Beach Documentary Film Festival.
Kevin has lived in Bolinas and Stinson Beach since 1970. His children and grandchildren graduated from Bolinas-Stinson school and Tam High. He was involved in housing in Stinson as a carpenter and general contractor, served thirteen years as Bolinas fire chief, and with his wife owned a motel in Stinson Beach for seventeen years.
Susan has lived in Stinson Beach for over forty years. Her children and grandchildren graduated from the Bolinas-Stinson school and Tam High. She has been fortunate to participate in the community in a variety of ways. She served as president of the Stinson Beach Montessori School and was a nurse practitioner and nurse midwife in Stinson Beach, Bolinas and Point Reyes Station.
Annie Rand moved to Stinson Beach in 1972 when she and her husband bought the Sand Dollar Restaurant. In 1976 she bought the bookstore across the street which she ran for 37 years. They raised a family in Stinson and participated in the community, he principally as fire chief, she in the church, at the school, in the library and on various boards including the village association and community center.
Harriet has lived in Stinson Beach since 1990 and is a founder of the Stinson/Bolinas Community Fund. She presently sits on Marin County’s Affordable Housing Working Group, the Advisory Board of KWMR, the Board of Directors of the West Marin Fund and the Stinson Beach Documentary Film Festival committee. Many of her friends have had to leave Stinson Beach for lack of affordable housing options.
Don and Jane Slack
Don and Jane Slack met at the University of Michigan. After they were married, they moved to several states, but California was their favorite and Stinson Beach was their choice 32 years ago. Jane is on the Historical Society Board and volunteers in the library. Don has a engineering and manufacturing business in San Rafael but doesn't mind the commute.
Beth is a 45-year resident of Stinson Beach. She is a life long elementary school teacher, now retired, and serves on the boards of the Stinson Beach Community Center, the Coastal Health Alliance, and the Advisory Board of the West Marin Fund. Beth has seen firsthand the loss of population due to the flight of families who can no longer afford to live here.