President: Jay Smith
Past President: Denny Lockett
Presidents Elect: TBD
Secretary: Jeanie McCain
Treasurer: Jim Schafer
Year 2 (expires 6/30/20)
Bulletin Editor: Jerry Heigh
Year 1 (expires 6/30/19}
Born and raised in the greater Highline area. UPS graduate and married with two daughters . retired from Boeing. Hobbies include family vacations, fishing and golf.
Grew up in the Netherlands, moved to Seattle in 1971, married 45 years to Chris Boysen. We have two daughters married and 1 grand child! Retired and hobbies are, tennis, gardening and walking! Besides becoming an exchange club member, also currently applying to become a volunteer for the CASA program!
I am a wife, mother of three, and Burien resident who loves what The Exchange Club of Highline offers our community. Being part of this group of passionate, giving people makes me fall in love with the town I have chosen to raise my family. My husband and I moved to Burien in 2007 and opened our business, Collins Chiropractic. We have since filled our home with 3 wild little boys and a whole lot of noise! Given where we are in life, the mission of the Exchange Club to end child abuse really resonates with me. The programs to put backpacks and school supplies in the hands of kids in need, provide scholarships for college-bound Highline area students, and serve with love at the local food bank are the ones that light me up! But there are even more things happening in Exchange to better our community…too many to even list. The needs in our community are mighty, but so are the hearts for service of the lovely people I have the pleasure of knowing through the Exchange Club of Highline.
I’ve lived in the South End of Seattle most of my life – raised in West Seattle (go Indians!) attended UW (go Dawgs!} and City Univ. My career was at Boeing, from which I recently retired. I am married to Joel and for fun we enjoy our kids and grandkids; we also enjoy traveling and golfing. I joined the Exchange Club as part of my Christian walk with Jesus.
Dayne is a long time resident of Seahurst. He has a large family living in the area. He has been the mayor of Seahurst for several years.
I’m a retired math teacher and former facility director for the Highline School District. I moved into the district the day I started the first grade, put in 12 years at school, went to Seattle University, and then worked for the district for 30 more years.
I have been a member of the Exchange Club of Highline since 2000. The Exchange club gives me the opportunity to meet and work with members of our community. One of my favorite projects is the Backpack Project which I have worked on for many years. I also enjoy working at the Highline Food Bank. My husband Steele and I have been married since 1966, we have 6 beautiful granddaughters.
Retired Commercial Real Estate Appraiser….47 real resident of Des Moines (same house)..Graduate of Seattle University. Married my wife (Trish) 52 years ago. Introduced to Exchange by Jerry Heigh.
Resident of the greater Highline area for over 66 yrs. Member of The Exchange Club of Highline for nearly 38 yrs. Married to my lovely wife for 52 yrs.
Love fishing in the greater Puget Sound area, Canada & Alaska. Enjoying my 6 grand children & great granddaughter. Enjoy helping others through the Exchange Club.
I’m Jeanie McCain and am happily retired after spending over 40 years in the steel pipe, valve and fitting industry with 30 of those years being at Puget Sound Pipe & Supply. I have been involved with a Mustang Club in the area for about the same 30 years. I enjoy being part of Exchange Club because it allows me to participate in a variety of community programs all under one roof.
I grew up in the Magnolia district of Seattle and went to Queen Anne High School. I worked at my dad’s Upholstery shop in Ballard for 10 years afterword. I managed the Burien Sure Fit Seat Cover store for 4 years and started Burien Upholstery in 1973. I was there for almost 35 years. I sold it to a long time employee and retired to Whidbey Island in 2006. I have 2 great kids and 2 grandkids and the world’s greatest wife, Sharon. I’ve been a member of the Exchange Club for about 40 years. I couldn’t bear to leave all my dear friends there so I remain active as much as I can.
I have been a Burien resident since second grade. I am an attorney who has practiced in downtown Burien for the last 40 years. I joined the Exchange Club in 1977 to become more involved in our community and have been working to make a positive difference in the Highline area ever since.
I have worked in the Highline Area for 15 years and have lived in Seattle my entire life. I joined the Exchange Club to help with the growing needs of our community and to support our youth. I have three children and two grandchildren.
Becky has over 39 years of Radio Experience – primarily Country but including Classic Country, Classic Rock, Progressive Talk, Light Rock, Top 40 and more. Becky was also the VP/Programming and a Country Consultant for Broadcast Programming & BP Consulting Group.
She has served on the Country Radio Broadcasters Board of Directors and the CMA Board of Directors. Brenner is a Seattle native who graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a degree in Radio-TV-Film. She continues to do voice work for Westwood One and can be heard on radio stations around the country and internationally in Saudi Arabia.
Brenner has two children, Jessica 29 and Andrew 27. When she is not listening to the radio, she enjoys volunteer work, golf, reading, travel and bowling.
I’ve been a Normandy Park resident for 22 years and originally from West Seattle. I’ve been married 43 years and we have 2 children and 6 grandchildren. Recently retired after 41 years in the nursing profession primarily having worked in Emergency rooms. I have spent a lifetime helping and caring for people. The Exchange Club is a natural extension of my philosophy that one must give to others in order to achieve a truly happy life.
I am a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones.
I joined exchange club to help those in need in the greater highline area and make a difference.
I have lived in Burien for 27 years and I want to give back to this community. I am a recently retired RN after 37 years at Virginia Mason hospital. I live in the 3 tree point area with my husband and I have two married daughters who are also nurses.
I was born and raised in South Seattle. I graduated from Cleveland High in 1964 and married childhood sweetheart Tina in July 1966. Graduated from the University of Washington in Dec. 1968 with a degree in Business with a Major in Accounting. I received a Master in Taxation from the Golden Gate University in January 1981. We have three children, Tina, Troy, and Torey and five grandchildren. I started practicing in Burien in 1971 after two years downtown. My hobbies include vacationing, fishing, motorhome travel and limited golf.
I join the Exchange Club in July of 1976 as a way to give back to the community that has supported my practice. What I got from Exchange was a second family.
I have lived in the Seattle area for 25 years. I moved to Burien in 2013. I have three children and three grandchildren. I work with healthcare organizations providing education for physicians and patient who are dealing with chronic pain. I am a member of the Exchange Club because it supports the many needy families in the Highline area.
Born and raised in the Highline community, and Mt. Rainier High School Alumni. As a resident of Highline, it is an honor to be able to serve my community the past 8 years through volunteer work with the Exchange Club of Highline and the past 13 years through my career at the Matt Griffin YMCA in SeaTac.
I own Interiors by Jayme along with my wife Barbara. We have three grown children and seven grand kids. I like all sports and playing golf. I enjoy the fellowship of Exchange and helping needy people in our community.
I presently work with several non-profits involving historic preservation and museums, and am the Executive Director of the Highline Historical Society, preparing to found a museum in Burien. I joined the Exchange Club 4 years ago because of its support for civic education and honoring our country’s traditions.