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Welcome New SOHO Board of Directors

Michael Kelly is a Family Practice physician and partner in the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, where he also runs Kaiser-Permanente's International Travel Advisory Service. A Michigan native, Mike completed his undergraduate work at Michigan State University and received his MD from the University of Michigan. He and his wife Diane have lived in Mission Hills for 27 years, where they have raised three children. Mike has served for several years on the Board of Directors of the San Diego Historical Society and the Committee of One Hundred. He is the webmaster for the San Diego Historical Society and is also SOHO's new webmaster.

Beth Montes grew up in Orange County, and after obtaining her Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of California, Irvine, moved with her husband to Oceanside in 1989. In 1997, they moved into a 1912 Colonial Revival Foursquare house in South Park. Her education in restoration, historic preservation, and historic research began with the purchase of that home. Beth joined SOHO that year and has been involved in the preservation movement ever since, both as a volunteer and an employee of SOHO. After conducting historic research on her and her neighbors' homes, she began her historic research business. Beth is excited about SOHO's growth in the last few years and being elected to SOHO's Board of Directors. She is particularly interested in working to build the Preservation Revolving Fund and looks forward to pursuing that goal.

Christopher Pro is a native San Diegan and no stranger to SOHO. As a volunteer he's worked with the Events and Education committee and currently with the Whaley House Steering committee. Christopher's love of San Diego history began at an early age as first, a collector of San Diego memorabilia, he then made his career in antiques and art, specializing in regional ephemera, Hollywood film memorabilia and early advertising.

Tim Rudolph was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and graduated from Kansas State University with a BS in Computer Science. As a real estate investor he has renovated approximately 12 properties, 6 of which are designated as historic, and owns 20 properties in the Golden Hill and Sherman Heights Historic Districts. In 2002 Tim received SOHO's People In Preservation "Developer of the Year" award for making a significant contribution to the community and leading the way for the renaissance of Sherman Heights.

Board members returning as newly elected officers or for a new term of office are:
David Marshall, President
Barry Hager, Vice President
Jessica McGee, Treasurer
Alana Coons, Secretary
Erik Hanson, Ex Officio
Susan Hector, PhD
Peter Janopaul, III
Welton Jones
Kathleen Kelley-Markham
Lori Anne Peoples
David Swarens

2002 - Volume 33, Issue 4


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Executive Director Report

President's Message

SOHO Files Suit to Protect Red Roost and Red Rest Cottages

Border Field State Park

Volunteer Profile, Sandé Lollis

Getting To Know Your San Diego

Historical Resources Board

Welcome New SOHO Board of Directors

Remember SOHO in Your Will

Latest on the Old Police Headquarters

Remembering Claire

The Whaley House Junior Docent Program

Dreaming of a White Christmas

Around the Whaley House

Strength in Numbers

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