Zone 1/Term expires: 2015
Dirk Rohne was elected to the College Board July 2007. He grew up in Brownsmead, where he currently lives with his wife Amanda, their son Kirk, and daughter Ellen. He is a graduate of Oregon State University and owns and operates a dairy farm.
Rohne also serves Clatsop County Board of Commissioners, Brownsmead Diking Improvement District and Brownsmead Grange. Dirk formerly served with the Brownsmead Fire Department, Knappa Water Board and Clatsop County Planning Commission.
Rosemary Baker-Monaghan was appointed to the College Board in October 2000 and is currently serving her third elected 4 year term. Rosemary and her husband Daniel Monaghan moved to Seaside in 1987. She is a graduate of Washington State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Forest Management and a Masters of Adult and Continuing Education. Rosemary is the Executive Director of the Liberty Theater, board member of CEDR, the Lewis and Clark National Park Association and chair of the Lower Columbia Tourism Committee. Rosemary served 12 years in public office from 1991 - 2003 with the City of Seaside, 4 1/2 years on the Planning Commission, 4 years on the City Council, and 4 years as Mayor.
Dr. Frank Satterwhite
Zone 2/Term expires: 2017
Frank Satterwhite has been on the Clatsop College Board since September, 1998. Prior to that he worked in the field of education since 1961, teaching elementary grades, working in school psychology, and university/community college instruction. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Washington in 1970. Currently he is semi-retired and works part time as a psychologist in rural and bush schools in Alaska. Frank has lived in Clatsop County since 1980 and is married to Clatsop County native Betty (Justen) Satterwhite. They have three adult children, Jim, Melissa, and Will, all of whom graduated from Astoria High School and attended Clatsop Community College and Oregon State University. Their family now includes four wonderful grandchildren, Connor, Sophia, Kia, and Ashlyn.
Zone 2/Term expires: 2015
Paul Gillum is a retired Astoria Police Officer, who, parallel in time was and is a sculptor of fine art bronze, and currently owns Studio B in Astoria. Paul has lived in Astoria for about 46 years, and has been married to Jo Gillum a lifelong Astoria resident, for over 38 years. Paul was a US Marine, serving in Vietnam. Paul enjoys fine art, automobiles, and collects automobilia and soda fountain memorabilia, and loves to travel. Paul and Jo have a married son who is in the US Army and lives in Colorado.
Patrick Wingard, Vice Chair
Zone 2/Term expires: 2017
Patrick Wingard was appointed to the Board in November 2012. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Patrick earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University in 1993. Patrick is the North Coast Regional Representative for the Oregon Dept. of Land and Conservation and Development (DLCD) and a member of the Governor's North Coast Regional Solutions Team. Prior to his employment with DLCD, Patrick owned and operated Wingard Planning and Development Services and worked as Principal Planner for Clatsop County and Planning Director for the City of Warrenton.
Patrick and his wife, Mary, moved to Clatsop County in 2000 and have lived in Astoria since 2003. They have two children, Davis and Lindsey, that attend Astoria public schools. Patrick enjoys being a classroom volunteer at Astor and Lewis and Clark Elementary Schools and coaching football for Astoria Youth Athletics. Patrick is also a member of the Education and Outreach Committee for the Chapter of the American Planning Association.
Tessa James Scheller
Zone 3/Term expires: 2015
Tessa James Scheller was appointed to the Board of Directors in April 2010, elected in 2011, and represents zone 3 that includes Clatsop Plains where she lives with her wife Jann, two dogs and a cat. She retired in 2008 after a 30 year career as a Nurse Anesthetist, CRNA. Tessa James' daughter attended CCC for her first year of college. Tessa James currently serves on the Board of the North Coast Watershed Assn., the Skipanon Water Control District and the Warrenton Trails Assn. In 2013, Tessa James was appointed to the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Diversity Committee as an Associate Member. Tessa James and her family enjoy hiking, biking, sailing and kayaking "our fantastic Columbia River region and actively support public use and protection of our outstanding natural resources." Tessa James Scheller is excited and engaged regarding the progress of the renewed Lexington Avenue Campus and the offering of new and existing programs at Clatsop Community College.
Kirsten Ayles, Chair
Zone 3/Term expires: 2015
Originally from Eugene, Oregon, Kirsten Ayles moved to Albuquerque, NM during grade school, and moved back to Oregon after finishing her Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of New Mexico. Kirsten earned a Masters of Business Administration from Portland State University in December 2010, She is currently employed by the City of Warrenton. Kirsten Ayles has lived in Warrenton since 2006.
- Zone 1: Precincts 24, 28, 30, 44, 50, 52 (includes Elsie and Jewell Areas, Knappa-Svensen areas and Westport)
- Zone 2: Precincts 1-8, 29, 31, 36, 46 (includes City of Astoria, John Day area, Lewis & Clark area, and Olney-Walluski areas)
- Zone 3: Precincts 20-26, 35, 37-40, 43, 45, 47-48 (includes City of Cannon Beach, City of Seaside, City of Gearhart, Arch Cape area, City of Warrenton, Clatsop Plains area, Necanicum area south of Seaside, and Stanley Acres north of Seaside).
Use the Precinct Map to see where precincts stop and start. Click Here for Precinct Map (.pdf, 350 KB)
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