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Past Presidents

2011-2012
Tom Stroup, Lockheed Martin

Thomas Stroup has been a member of the PSNBA for three years, and enters his fourth year serving as PSNBA President. “Eighty percent of my neighbors and almost all of our family friends are currently employed by or retired from active duty, civil service, or contractor organizations associated with the Puget Sound Naval activities. I have been on-board with the mission of the PSNBA from the first Kick-off Breakfast I attended, and believe PSNBA to be a critical voice advocating for the Navy warfighter and those of us supporting them. I am very proud of the accomplishments and ethics associated with the Navy programs as experienced in the Pacific Northwest.”

Mr. Thomas Stroup serves as a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt for Lockheed Martin at Naval Base Kitsap Bangor. He began his journey with Lockheed Martin as an electronic engineer working the Poseidon, Polaris and Trident I/II Fleet Ballistic Missile Programs. He has held positions related to engineering, quality assurance, systems/industrial safety, and Lean Six Sigma in that time. He moved his family to the Port Orchard in 1990. His girls attended and graduated from South Kitsap High School in 2001. He, and his wife Juliua, live in a wonderful neighborhood where they care for their three horses, and three dogs.

2010-2011
AnnaLee Todd, EHT Enterprises

Established in 1998 by Annalee Todd, EHT Enterprises, Inc. (EHT) is a Pacific-Northwest general contractor recognized for producing high-quality projects and satisfied clients. As a minority, HUBZone-certified and woman owned business since the beginning, EHT entered the SBA’s 8(a) program in 2001 to expand their IDIQ and design/build expertise. They have continued to focus on general construction at federal facilities and successfully performed hundreds of projects for federal and commercial clients. Her company’s project experience is diverse and encompasses new construction, renovation, demolition, alteration, repairs and design/build projects.

As President of EHT, Annalee has orchestrated growth and diversification with continued focus on expanding EHT’s client base. Beginning with a contract for the Navy at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, under Annalee’s leadership, EHT now serves additional naval bases as well as the Army, Air Force, GSA, USPS, FAA and USACE. She has personally facilitated the expansion of EHT to include multiple Western and Northwestern states, including Alaska.

Currently serving as Immediate Past President of the Puget Sound Naval Bases Association, Annalee recognizes and embraces her role as a dedicated, responsible citizen and community leader. In an effort to promote and support her neighbors, she is an active member of the Economic Development Council for Kitsap County, Society of American Military Engineers, the American Cancer Society, Kitsap County Home Builders Association, and is a Past President of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce.

2009-2010
Wendy Miles, Olympic College

Currently at, Naval Undersea Warfare Center – Keyport

Wendy Miles is the Strategic Planning Manager for Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport.  Prior to this, she served as the Director of Military & Continuing Education at Olympic College where her programs supported service members and family members in achieving their academic goals. During her tenure, Olympic College was recognized repeatedly as one of the top military friendly schools in the nation. She joined PSNBA in 2005 and served as a Vice President from 2006-2008 and President in 2009/2010.

Previously, Ms Miles established an award winning telecommuting program for Seattle based Holland America Cruise Line where she worked for 17 years. She later worked in the high tech industry in Seattle as a Senior Project Manager.

Ms. Miles has a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University and a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University. She has served on the boards of the Kitsap Community Resources Capital Campaign, the Bremerton Symphony Association, Mayor Bozeman’s Economic Roundtable and the Board of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce.

 

2008 -2009
AnnaLee Todd, EHT Enterprises

Established in 1998 by Annalee Todd, EHT Enterprises, Inc. (EHT) is a Pacific-Northwest general contractor recognized for producing high-quality projects and satisfied clients. As a minority, HUBZone-certified and woman owned business since the beginning, EHT entered the SBA’s 8(a) program in 2001 to expand their IDIQ and design/build expertise. They have continued to focus on general construction at federal facilities and successfully performed hundreds of projects for federal and commercial clients. Her company’s project experience is diverse and encompasses new construction, renovation, demolition, alteration, repairs and design/build projects.

As President of EHT, Annalee has orchestrated growth and diversification with continued focus on expanding EHT’s client base. Beginning with a contract for the Navy at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, under Annalee’s leadership, EHT now serves additional naval bases as well as the Army, Air Force, GSA, USPS, FAA and USACE. She has personally facilitated the expansion of EHT to include multiple Western and Northwestern states, including Alaska.

Currently serving as Immediate Past President of the Puget Sound Naval Bases Association, Annalee recognizes and embraces her role as a dedicated, responsible citizen and community leader. In an effort to promote and support her neighbors, she is an active member of the Economic Development Council for Kitsap County, Society of American Military Engineers, the American Cancer Society, Kitsap County Home Builders Association, and is a Past President of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce.

2007 -2008
Jim Nall, Paladin Data Systems

Jim Nall, President/CEO and co-founder of Paladin Data Systems Corporation since 1994, serves the Puget Sound Naval Bases Association as a Past President and board member at large. Due to Jim’s successful corporate experience, Norm Dicks asked Jim to provide corporate executive advice and support to the Executive Board members of the PSNBA. Jim is also a leader of a group that recently launched a new company, InterLocking Software Corporation.

Jim was born in Wenatchee and raised in Silverdale, WA. His career in the Information Systems field began while working for Lockheed Corporation in Washington, California, and Georgia. After receiving his AS degree from Georgia Military College and a BA from Valdosta State University, he returned to Kitsap County in 1992 where he currently resides on Bainbridge Island with his wife, Carolyn, and their three children.

Jim believes it is important to support our friends and neighbors who depend on our great local Navy bases. Therefore Jim volunteers to market the importance of our great local people and their capabilities. Jim’s involvement includes belonging to Rotary and the various Chambers in the area. Additionally, Jim is co-founder of TREK gymnastics, a non-profit training center for local gymnasts; and is a consistent proponent of local activism within Kitsap and King Counties.

2005 -2007
Tim Thomson, Port of Bremerton

Tim Thomson joined the Puget Sound Naval Bases Association in 2001 and served two years as President. Additionally, he contributes 28 years experience as a retired Naval Aviator captain. Tim is a native of Illinois. He graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Forest Resource Management, completed his NROTC training, and was commissioned as a naval officer. Tim earned a Masters of Arts Degree in Management from Webster College. While in the Navy, Tim flew the A-6E Intruder and commanded Attack Squadron 52, and NAS Pensacola Florida, the “Cradle of Naval Aviation”.

Currently Tim serves the Port of Bremerton as their Chief Operating Officer, and manages the Olympic View Industrial and Business Parks, marketing Port properties including the Bremerton National Airport, and directing Port business development while providing oversight to the Port marinas and the airport.

Tim has served as the President of the Port Orchard Rotary Club, the President of the Kitsap Visitor and Convention Bureau, and is a board member of the Bremerton Historic Ships Association. He and his wife Denise live in Port Orchard, Washington.

2002-2005
Guy Stitt, AMI International

Guy Stitt is President of AMI International and past President of the Puget Sound Naval Bases Association. Guy, a PSNBA member since 2000, contributes 29 years experience in the naval market consulting with shipyards, systems and equipment manufacturers, and navies world wide. 

Guy was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Prior to starting AMI in 1984, Guy served five years as a weapons specialist aboard Navy Submarines and four years in various production, engineering, contract, and managements positions with a large shipyard involved in naval frigate new construction and surface combatant overhauls.  AMI International celebrates its’ 20th Anniversary in April. 

Guy is a life member of the U.S. Navy League, U.S. Naval Submarine League, U.S. Submarine Veterans, U.S. Naval Institute, and the American Society of Naval Engineers.

2001-2002
Edward E. Wolfe, Wolfe Law Offices

Edward E. Wolfe, President of Wolfe Law Offices and past President of the Puget Sound Naval Bases Association, contributes a wealth of experience regarding various legal matters as a four year member of the PSNBA Board.

Ed grew up in Norfolk, VA., and graduated from the George Mason University School of Law, West Virginia University, and the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Management Program. Ed’s vast Federal experience includes employment with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the National Marine Fisheries Service, and Legislative Director for a Member of Congress.

Professional organizations Ed belongs to include the Washington State Bar Association, former Chairman of the State Bar Professionalism Committee, the American Bar Association, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the King County Bar Association, and Trustee of the Kitsap County Bar Association. Ed has also served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Kitsap County District Court since 2001.

Ed’s local involvement in addition to his participation with the PSNBA Board includes past Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Big Brothers of King County, past President of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce, a Board Member of the Admiral Theater, the Kitsap County Historical Society, and the Olympic College Foundation.

1997-2001
James Hamner

1996-1997
Joan Soriano


1993-1996
Capt. Willis "Will" Lent (Ret.)


1991-1993
Marshall Miller


1988-1991
William E. Enger


1986-1988
Robert R. "Bob" Wilson


1982-1986
Dr. Henry "Hank" Milander


1979-1982
Willard Anderson


1978-1979
Dorsey McDaniel


1977-1978
Irving Allen


1973-1977
Dr. C.C. "Cal" Christensen


1972-1973
Ross Werner


1969-1972
C.E. "Cliff" Davis


1966-1969
W.S. "Wil" Farsje


1964-1966
Larry Grams


1957-1964
Myrle G. Budd


1956-1957
C.R. "Cliff" Christensen


1953-1956
T.S."Sam" Morrison


1952-1953
William Josephson


1951-1952
C.T. Arthun


1950-1951
C.R. "Cliff" Christensen

1948-1950
J.B. Chandler

1947-1948
T.S. "Sam" Morrison

1946-1947
Stanley Oliver

 

 

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