The Board is responsible to ensure that fiscally sound programs and efficient operations are delivered to the client users of the food bank in accordance with the organization’s mission statement. The Board does this by adhering to the adopted articles and by-laws of the corporation, advocating for client users of the food bank, and by providing leadership, advice and direction to the executive director, staff and volunteers. Board members are elected to serve a three year term. The Snohomish Community Food Bank serves all qualified individuals and families residing inside the boundaries of the Snohomish School District. If you wish to contact any one of our Board members, please leave a message at the Food Bank.
Jay S. Hagen
Real Estate & Property Management | Agriculture
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Pastor at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at Swan’s Trail
Ann retired from the Snohomish School District after a rewarding 18-year career as a Retirement Specialist. She also served on the Public School Employees Board for 10 years. It was the annual Stuff the Bus Food Drive that led to volunteering at the Snohomish Community Food Bank.
When asked why she volunteers, Ann explained,
“It is the commitment to serve those in need of our service including the homebound and homeless by providing nutritious food.
It is the volunteer’s commitment to serve our clients and community with joy and respect.
Even when the world may seem overwhelming at times to our clients, the Snohomish Community Food Bank remains a safe place to receive much needed food as well as a sense of community, warmth and caring.
I am happy and proud to be a member and a Board Member of the Snohomish Community Food Bank.
We make a difference!”
Ron Tastad is a retired GTE/Verizon employee after 25 years with the company. He has been a volunteer at the Snohomish Food Bank for almost 13 years. He has two children and four grandchildren. Two of the grandkids have volunteered at the food bank as well. He has volunteered as a baseball/softball umpire and a Boy Scout leader.
Sue was born in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, attended University of Alberta, studying Psychology. She finished her college studies at University of Victoria, with an emphasis on Medical Informatics. She and her husband were self-employed for some time, but Ian (who is also a food bank volunteer) now works for Aker Biomarine. They have lived in Snohomish for 23 years and they have two daughters, Maggie and Helen (also a food bank volunteer!).
Larry A. Bailly
Honorary Board Member
Volunteer and Friend of the Food Bank and its clients.