Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club
Nancy's Way | P.O. Box 605 | Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894
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Mike and his wife Sally joined the WCYC in 1997. They have a cottage on Barndoor Island and spend their winters in New Jersey. This is Mike�s third year on the Board of Governors. In previous years, he has headed up strategic planning and membership. His has a background in finance and business development. After many years in the telecommunications industry, Mike currently consults with a variety of companies in improving their business development processes. He has an MBA in Management. He and Sally have three children and five grandchildren.
Joe Santoro and his wife, Donna, joined the WCYC in 2004. Joe served on the WCYC Board from 2005- 2008 as secretary and buildings/grounds overseer. He is a retired USAF colonel and also the retired owner of a Wolfeboro CPA practice. However, Joe still provides approximately 100 lectures annually to CPAs and attorneys on topics ranging from taxation, to accounting, to business valuation, and professional ethics throughout the United States for Thomson Reuters.
Peter is a long time member of Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club and a sailor. He has held two prior terms on the Board of Governors and served as treasurer in between terms.
Ken Sheflick is a 12 year member of the WCYC and was also a BOG member 2003 through 2006. He, his wife, Beverly, and Vicki (the dog) are lucky enough to split their year between their two favorite places on earth Barndoor Island and Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Ken has 42 years of experiance in insurance managment. He retired in 2011 as Sr. VP of Claims. Ken is also a member of the Barndoor Island Association. Ken enjoys the lake, traveling with Beverly, WCYC, woodworking and his children and grandchildren.
Thomas D. Bell is a senior financial service executive with over forty years of proven expertise in financial underwriting, marketing, client relations, management, strategic planning, business development, governance and compliance. Mr. Bell has held President, Executive Vice President, Senior Vice President and other positions with leading worldwide financial services companies.
John Russell spent many years as a manager of quality control, spare parts and customer service for an international industrial machinery manufacturer based in Marblehead MA. For relaxation, John and Judy mainly raced one design sailboats in the summer and downhill skied in the winter. They have two children and four grand children, all close enough to enjoy for an easy day trip. John and Judy joined Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club six years ago to get their sailboat on Winnipesaukee, and meet people in the area. John was instrumental growing the Wolfeboro youth sailing program with the New Hampshire Boat Museum and developing the adult sailing program with the addition of WCYC. Other summer interests include hiking, kayaking, racing radio control sailboats, home and garden improvement projects, and an attempt at golf.