Mark Elliott is a cardiologist with Traverse Heart and Vascular in Traverse City. He has been on the board of the Grand Traverse Humanists for eight years. Mark enjoys bicycling, beekeeping, and the beautiful waters of Grand Traverse Bay. He also loves music, and is especially fond of hearing his wife, Heather, sing.
Scott Blair has been a member of the Grand Traverse Humanist for eight years and board member for six years. He has represented our group and the humanist perspective at local forums and in classrooms. He has a background in biology and is a consultant in wastewater treatment operations and a former manager of the Traverse City Wastewater Treatment Plant. Scott sails, skate skis, builds things and always carries a sharp jackknife in his pocket (for peaceful purposes). He lives in the woods near Traverse City with his wife Suzette.
Heather Kingham is founder and director of TC Sings! Community Choir. She has been on the board of the Grand Traverse Humanists for eight years. Heather moved to Traverse City from Portland, Oregon, where she was active in the Humanists of Greater Portland. Heather loves to ski and enjoys snowy Michigan winters as much as spectacular sunny summers. She lives on Old Mission Peninsula with her husband Mark, dogs Zoey and Charlotte Fox, and cat Belle.
Sue McDonald is a former librarian with degrees from Michigan State, Wayne State, and Graceland University. She moved here from Kansas City, Missouri eight years ago, but only discovered the Humanists four years ago! Sue has three children and two grandchildren. She enjoys reading, walking, sailing, movies, and Traverse City!
Doug Moser retired recently after 30 years of work in the Behavioral Health field. He is a local musician, and also enjoys the outdoors, camping, and photography. This is his third year on the GTH Board.
Marlene Smith is a former high school science teacher with certifications at the Master’s Degree level in Biology and Geology. Marlene joined the Grand Traverse Humanists in 2014 when she moved to Traverse City from Arlington Virginia and later became a board member. In addition, she is active with the Democratic Party, Equal Justice Initiatives and Environmental preservation groups. In her free time Marlene enjoys bicycling, hiking, yoga and reading.
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