Tim is a sole-owner proprietor business owner here in Incline Village where he has lived as a full-time, year-round resident since June of 1985 as well as a been a professional pianist/vocalist for over 30 years. His music brought him to the area initially as an entertainer for a surprise birthday of a college friend he met at the University of Portland. Her folks flew him down from Portland for Memorial Day, 1985 and he never left! Tim worked at Steven Lake Tahoe restaurant in Incline as both a waiter and manager from 1985 to February 1987 at which time he transitioned to the Hyatt to accept a staff pianist position at Hugo’s on the Lake where he performed until its replacement by the Lone Eagle Grille in 1994. Tim continued with the Hyatt at the Lone Eagle until 1999 and has enjoyed a 29+ year affiliation with the Hyatt Corporation to this day. Tim has produced two compact discs of background piano music entitled ‘Serenade From Tahoe’ which have been steadily climbing the charts on Pandora, iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby, to name a few.
Brendan lives in Incline Village with his wife Sandra and their three cats. He spent his first 30 years in the beautiful state of Maine. He is currently a mortgage broker, President of the Rotary Club of Incline Village, RWTB co-chair, Director of ACS' Relay for Life, and owner of Tahoe Blue Entertainment.
Before moving to Lake Tahoe with her three boys and husband, Kirstin worked in the television and film industry as a content and line producer, production coordinator as well as production management. A few notable productions include The Grammy Awards, The Walt Disney Company, and some of the most popular daytime dramas. And as one would expect from one who works in field of arts and culture, she has a deep appreciation for theatre and has supported a variety non-profit organizations throughout the west. …Always one to balance business and pleasure, Kirstin is a volunteer performer in the Star Follies and the Totally 80’s Lip Synch Contest benefiting Incline Elementary, Middle & High Schools’ public education. Former volunteer coach for the North Tahoe Lacrosse Girls Youth League, she now tends to her growing boys’ performance and athletic needs. Kirstin is an avid equestrian, loves telemark skiing, boating, and hiking. Of all the places she’s lived, she is grateful to call Lake Tahoe home.
Originally from Kentucky, Sandy has traveled and lived in many places from Florida to Mexico and most recently Los Angeles. She moved to Tahoe to escape the big city life a little over a year ago and is happy to call Incline Village home. She worked with the RWTB team as an assistant volunteer coordinator in 2015 and is excited to be a Board member. With more than 30 years of accounting and IT experience, Sandy, a Certified Public Accountant, worked for many years as an IT Consultant but is currently the CFO at Lafayette Industries. She is proficient at advance levels on multiple software packages and an Intuit Quickbooks Proadvisor. She is excited about meeting new people and looking forward to participating in community activities.
Long before retiring and making the move to Incline Village, Lettie had a kinship to the lake and all that it represents. Lettie moved to Incline for the second time five years ago. This is after a career in Nurse Management in San Francisco. Being totally immersed in the nursing community; Lettie participated in work groups, planning committees, education forums and many different roles. Lettie developed talents ranging from organizational to motivational through out her career. Raising a blended family gave way to community activities,sports fund raisers, family health related programs and other community activities. These all led to Lettie developing a positive and success driven outlook for whatever came her way. Being a community and family oriented person Lettie brings a positive and a can do attitude to the Incline community. Lettie is honored to be the Chair of the Community Fair portion of RWTB's Fourth of July Celebration.
The Tahoe Judd’s moved to Incline Village in 1979 and any subsequent efforts to move away were overcome by cries of “There’s no place better to go!” After 20 years in the casino industry, Judd bought an Apple II in 1981, opened an Incline computer store, and has been helping people use computers since. Upon retirement, time became ample to become a "communitarian" as part of Rotary, the Vets club, and now RWTB Ducks.
Long time resident, Shelia Leijon, is an original member of the Red White & Tahoe Blue team. Shelia is a co-founder and board member of the Incline Tahoe Foundation (ITF) and a current member and co-founder of the Incline Village/Crystal Bay (IV/CB)Veterans Club. As Community Outreach Coordinator for the Incline Village Community Hospital, Shelia is passionate about serving her community in the areas of wellness, health, environment and recreation. Shelia was formerly the Recreation Supervisor of the Incline Village General Improvement District Senior Recreation Programs and was instrumental in creating many of its award winning activities. She served as operations manager of the Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation (PTCF). While at Parasol, Shelia started the award winning Trail of Treats. Shelia also worked for 15 years at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe in various capacities, including events coordination and casino marketing.
Bruce grew up in Seattle, Washington, and graduated from Washington State U. with a degree in Architectural Engineering. Following a three year stint in Viet Nam as an officer with the Naval Air Force, he began a 30 year career as an architect in Portland, Oregon. He and his wife Cindy moved to Incline Village seven years ago. He's now involved as a volunteer in many organizations, such as his HOA, Marine 9 sheriff's boat, church and Red, White & Tahoe Blue. He also participates in the local veterans' clubs. Cindy and Bruce also love exploring the beauty of Lake Tahoe by hiking and boating in the summer and skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Jim Beres and his wife were part-time residents of the Incline Village community for five years prior to becoming full-time residents in 2014. Jim is an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys all of the activities that Lake Tahoe and the community offers. Jim’s background includes over 40 years of marketing and technology related positions in various Bay Area companies with half of that time spent in executive management positions. With proficiencies in engineering, global marketing, and business development, Jim is happy to give back to the community. Besides working on the Red, White & Tahoe Blue team, Jim volunteers at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Summerfest, Sierra Nevada College, and Meals on Wheels.
Robin Beres retired in 2014 and is proud to now call Incline Village her home. Before making the big move from the Bay Area with her husband, Robin worked in the Marketing Department of Mills College for ten years as a production manager. Her duties included managing student recruitment and institution-wide marketing materials as well as handling the planning and placement of advertising. Prior to that, Robin worked at an advertising agency where she was an account manager and television and radio producer. Robin is happy to give back to the community and also volunteers at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Summerfest, and Meals on Wheels.
Gail is co-owner of Alpine Realty International, a boutique real estate firm located in the heart of Incline Village, Nevada, which specializes in commercial and residential real estate sales and long term property management. Gail has a passion for both politics and education. She has served as an elected Trustee of Incline Village and Crystal Bay, Nevada and ended her tenure as Chairwoman. Gail has organized and helped raise funding for various political events and candidates such as the late President Gerald Ford, Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, Governor Mitt Romney, Senator John McCain and Nevada Senator Dean Heller. Gail has served on numerous boards in the field of education and has worked as a consultant for non-profits in the areas of education and economic development. She specializes in education reform. Gail resides in Incline Village with her husband, John and their two children, Alexis and Tiffany.
Tom Bruno: Emeritus