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Board

Col. Mary J. Mayer, USAF (Ret.)

Col. Mary J. Mayer, USAF (Ret.)

President

MOAA Board of Directors

Tom Chau, M.D.

Tom Chau, M.D.

Vice President

Clinic Medical Director, PMG at Providence St. Vincent

Mardy Stevens

Mardy Stevens

Secretary

AAUW Board of Directors

Alyson Van Cleve

Alyson Van Cleve

Treasurer

CPA, Tax Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Lila Brightbill

Lila Brightbill

Language Arts and Journalism Teacher (Ret)

Alicia Charlton

Alicia Charlton

Principal Clarinet

Orchestra representative

After a very long hiatus, Alicia Charlton finally came to her senses and joyfully picked up her clarinet again! Principal clarinet of PCSO since 2010, Alicia is an active freelance musician, teacher, and clinician in the Portland area, and currently serves as the Orchestra Representative to the PCSO Board. Alicia also holds positions with Portland Chamber Orchestra and Newport Symphony, and is a regular substitute with the Portland Opera orchestra. She has performed in numerous orchestras and musical theater productions, including the Oregon, Portland Festival, Vancouver, and Walla Walla symphonies, Broadway Rose, Lakewood, and Clackamas Repertory theatres, Pixie Dust Productions, and Mock’s Crest’s Gilbert & Sullivan productions. Alicia also delights in exploring the chamber music repertoire with various ensembles at every opportunity, especially with her quartet, Clarinets à la Mode, and with the PCSO Wind Quintet. She has attended the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music Summer Festival in New Hampshire, several International Clarinet Association conferences, and is a regular participant at Into the Woods, a local chamber music retreat, where she plays her heart out with like-minded chamber music aficionados.

The Clarinet Section is sponsored by Randy & Laurie Dunn

Alicia Charlton’s chair is sponsored by Johnny & Donald Adamson

Diana Dameron

Community volunteer

Randy Dunn

Randy Dunn

Federal Bankruptcy Judge for District of Oregon (Ret.)

Carol Martin

Carol Martin

President, Martin & Stowe

Tom Melville

Tom Melville

Attorney, Gresham Injury Law Center

Slate Wilson, M.D.

Slate Wilson, M.D.

Surgeon in Trauma and Critical Care, OHSU (Ret)

Ann van Bever

Ann van Bever

English Horn

Attorney (Ret.)

Ann van Bever has played English horn in Portland Columbia Symphony since 2002. She has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music from Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX) and has a law degree from Marquette University Law School (Milwaukee, WI). She practiced law for 17 years before returning to music as a full-time profession. In addition to Portland Columbia Symphony, she plays oboe and oboe d’amore in the Bach Cantata Choir Orchestra and principal oboe in the Oregon East Symphony (Pendleton), and enjoys chamber music as a member of the Double Reed Divas and the Meadowlark Ensemble. She is a busy freelance player throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington and teaches a small studio of private oboe students.

Ann and her husband, Peter, are avid supporters of music in Portland. Both have served on the board of Chamber Music Northwest, Peter has served on the Portland Opera board, and Ann is a member of the PCSO board. Since 1983, she has attended an annual summer chamber music camp in Vermont and in 1997 started a similar chamber music camp in the Portland area called “Into the Woods.” Before moving to Portland in 1993, Ann lived in California, Texas, Florida, and Wisconsin, and was an active musician and supporter of the arts in each of the communities she lived in. In addition to music, she loves food, traveling, reading, and word games.

Ann van Bever’s chair is sponsored by Peter van Bever

Clifford Deveney, M.D.

Clifford Deveney, M.D.

Director Emeritus

Chief, Division of General Surgery, OHSU