Jack has been a full-time mountain resident for over 40 years. Retired from the motion picture production industry, Jack now spends his time as a local volunteer: President of Rim Special Athletes and Mountain Meals on Wheels, past resident of Rim of the World Historical Society, and the Arrowhead Lake Association. Jack is the director of the Adaptive Sports Center and a ski instructor at Snow Valley Mountain Resort, primarily working with disabled individuals and training other ski instructors in adaptive techniques. Jack has several advanced certificates from the Professional Ski Instructors of America, including Adaptive Resort Trainer. For over five years, Jack’s been invited to teach at the Disabled American Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, which is the largest event of its kind in the world that provides winter activates to our Veterans. In the summer he can be seen with our local special athletes on and around Lake Arrowhead.
You can contact Jack at: Jack@RimSpecialAthletes.org
A 40-year resident of the mountain community, Rhea-Frances Tetley was one of the founders of the Rim of the World Historical Society in 1986 and is a past president of that organization. She has been married for 42 years and is the mother of two adult sons.
She has a BA in History along with a California Teaching Credential and has taught school since 1993. She earned a Masters in Special Education in1993 and has taught special education for the past 20 years, most of those years working with students with learning handicaps at the middle school level, in Redlands.
Rhea-Frances is also a newspaper editorial writer and reporter for the local newspapers. She has written for the Crestline Courier-News, the Mountain News and for the past 14 years has been reporting for The Alpenhorn News.
Dan Stormer is a nationally and internationally recognized civil rights and human rights lawyer. He is on the Executive Committee for the Adaptive division of the Professional Ski Instructors of America/American Associate of Snowboard Instructors-West. Dan is also the former chair of that committee. He is on the PSIA/AASI Western Division Examiner Staff. He holds a Level 3 PSIA Adaptive rating as well as Level 2 in Alpine, Children's and Seniors.