GBRC Board Members
He loves running, hiking and biking. The running bug hit him when he moved from Montana to Washington in 1986. Though he primarily enjoys running Marathons, he has also run the Chuckanut 50K.
Larry has been a GBRC member since 2009 and has been director of the Honeywagon Runs since 2012. He is a regular volunteer at both the Lake Samish Runs and the Chuckanut 50K. He looks forward to serving on the GRBC Board and working alongside the other members to continue to keep our club strong in this community.
Involvement in this wonderful community is a source of pleasure for him. Other interests include volunteering at both the Mt. Baker Theater and the Pickford Film Center. He encourages others to volunteer at GRBC events as well as at other community events as a way to give back. Giving is a good thing and it benefits everyone.
I recently joined the GBRC board after being a member of the club for several years. I’ve been the race director for the Lake Samish runs for the past six years and will be transitioning to direct the Haggen to Haggen. I look forward to contributing more actively to this wonderful organization!
Phone: 360 599-2587 or 360 961-9199
I currently work on the GBRC website and emailers. I am also the co-race director for the Fairhaven Frosty.
GBRC member since 2001. Giving back to the running community and serving as board member strengthening our sponsorship with the local business community. Keeping the costs low to our members is our goal which includes having great sponsors to grow our club and provide quality races.
When I moved to Bellingham only a few years ago, I knew almost nothing about the things almost all Bellinghamsters sometimes take for granted–the amazing network of trails that interconnects this city and the insanely easy access we have to outdoor adventures. After many solo explorations of both of those things, I started to meet and become friends with many like-minded people (which I now know are a dime-a-dozen here! In the best possible way). I think I may have even met my match for life through my trail running adventures (while running the Fragrance Lake trail), and I am thankful that she continues to inspire and challenge me in my running pursuits on a daily basis.
I have been running all my life and it feels good to finally be able to give something of substance back to the running community. I am excited to serve as co-race director for the Lake Padden Relay and look forward to an excellent time being involved with GBRC.