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Carmel Valley Historical Society

Board of Directors

Kim Williams

Kim Williams

President

Kim was born and raised in Concord, California. He is a fourth generation Californian, whose great grandparents emigrated, beginning in the 1850’s, to the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from Mt. Diablo High School; received his BA, with a major in Spanish, from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington; and his Masters in School Administration from California State College, Hayward. He taught school in the Mt. Diablo School District for over twenty years before becoming a school principal in Walnut Creek. After retiring as principal of Tularcitos School in Carmel Valley, he served as a district administrator in King City and Santa Cruz. Now fully retired, he enjoys gardening at the Robles del Rio home he shares with his lovely wife, Christine. Other interests include woodworking, hiking and back-packing, and playing with his seven grandchildren. He has served on several community boards and currently serves on several committees at Sanctuary Bible Church of Carmel Valley. Kim is curator of the Hatton Family Parlor exhibit and accepted the presidency in March 2014.

Gary Tate

Gary Tate

Vice President

Gary was born and raised in Oakland, CA. He received a B.S. in Forestry at Cal Berkeley in 1968, then worked for the East Bay Regional Park, learning about grant writing and parkland acquisitions. In 1973 Gary was hired as the first General Manager of the newly-formed Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District and relocated to Carmel Valley with his wife Sheri. His accomplishments at MPRPD were the acquisition and establishment of Garland Ranch Regional Park, the formation of the C.V. Recreation and Park District, and assisting in the funding and land transfer of the new C.V. Community Park. He retired in 1998 and enjoys woodworking, DIY home improvement projects, and spending time with their six grandchildren. Gary has served on various committees at Sanctuary Bible Church and is a long-standing member of the C.V. Kiwanis Club. He joined the Board in March 2015 and is a member of the Facilities Committee.

Gary Tate

Gary Tate

Vice President

Gary was born and raised in Oakland, CA. He received a B.S. in Forestry at Cal Berkeley in 1968, then worked for the East Bay Regional Park, learning about grant writing and parkland acquisitions. In 1973 Gary was hired as the first General Manager of the newly-formed Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District and relocated to Carmel Valley with his wife Sheri. His accomplishments at MPRPD were the acquisition and establishment of Garland Ranch Regional Park, the formation of the C.V. Recreation and Park District, and assisting in the funding and land transfer of the new C.V. Community Park. He retired in 1998 and enjoys woodworking, DIY home improvement projects, and spending time with their six grandchildren. Gary has served on various committees at Sanctuary Bible Church and is a long-standing member of the C.V. Kiwanis Club. He joined the Board in March 2015 and is a member of the Facilities Committee.

Dave Terdy

Dave Terdy

Treasurer

Dave graduated BA in Economics from Northwestern University in 1972. A Carmel Valley resident since 1991, he has extensive experience in management, marketing, and sales in diverse organizations. His volunteer activities include: past president of Business Networking International Monterey, current President of Platinum Networking Organization, current Vice President of the Monterey Chapter of Porsche Club of America, and fundraisers for the Salinas Memorial Hospital, Monterey Peninsula Hospice Foundation, and Bonnie J Addario Lung Cancer Foundation. Dave took over as treasurer in March 2014. He has authored automotive books and videos, owns a product and interior design company, and is a current Broker associate with a local real estate company. Dave is also a member of the Society’s Marketing Committee.

Elizabeth Barratt

Elizabeth Barratt

Secretary

A fourth generation Californian from a pioneer Gilroy family, Elizabeth is a regional writer whose columns and feature articles on Central Coast history have appeared in local newspapers and magazines since 1979. She graduated summa cum laude from Ripon College, Wisconsin with a BA in Spanish and earned a MA in Spanish Literature from George Mason University, Virginia. She has published three books, including Images of America: Carmel Valley. She serves on the Monterey County Historical Advisory Commission and on the Collections Committee of the Carmel Valley Historical Society. She has also held offices in the local chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the National Society, Colonial Dames of America in California. At home, she enjoys cooking, gardening, rescuing cats and following the San Francisco Giants. She and her husband Dick, both founding members of the Carmel Valley Historical Society, have been Carmel Valley residents for 36 years.

Elizabeth Barratt

Elizabeth Barratt

Secretary

A fourth generation Californian from a pioneer Gilroy family, Elizabeth is a regional writer whose columns and feature articles on Central Coast history have appeared in local newspapers and magazines since 1979. She graduated summa cum laude from Ripon College, Wisconsin with a BA in Spanish and earned a MA in Spanish Literature from George Mason University, Virginia. She has published three books, including Images of America: Carmel Valley. She serves on the Monterey County Historical Advisory Commission and on the Collections Committee of the Carmel Valley Historical Society. She has also held offices in the local chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the National Society, Colonial Dames of America in California. At home, she enjoys cooking, gardening, rescuing cats and following the San Francisco Giants. She and her husband Dick, both founding members of the Carmel Valley Historical Society, have been Carmel Valley residents for 36 years.

Cherie Ohlson

Cherie Ohlson

Director at Large

Cherie was born and raised on the Monterey Peninsula. She attended college in Belmont, CA before moving to Seattle, WA for a career in both public and private sectors. Cherie has a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management and over 40 years’ experience in international and domestic Human Resource management. She was a longtime volunteer with the American Red Cross, serving twice on the Seattle region’s Board of Directors as well as holding numerous other leadership positions. Other volunteer activities included Board president of a children’s institute, community goals volunteer for United Way, and guild member at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. She is a former board member of the Carmel Valley Village Improvement Committee (CVVIC). Her interests include traveling, cooking, reading fiction, and working on an endless list of home renovation projects. Cherie joined the board in March 2014 and currently chairs the Society’s Exhibit and Marketing Committees.

Jeff Ohlson

Jeff Ohlson

Director at Large

Jeff was born and raised in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. In 1966 he graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, and then worked for The Boeing Company for 38 years in its Commercial Airplane Flight Deck design and Flight Crew Operations departments. After retiring in 2004, he and his wife Cherie are now living in the Robles del Rio area. Jeff is the family historian and enjoys woodworking, photography, and his 1960’s classic cars. Among other History Center duties, he is a CVHS Historian and the curator of several exhibits. Jeff is currently serving a second term on the CVHS Board.

Jeff Ohlson

Jeff Ohlson

Director at Large

Jeff was born and raised in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. In 1966 he graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, and then worked for The Boeing Company for 38 years in its Commercial Airplane Flight Deck design and Flight Crew Operations departments. After retiring in 2004, he and his wife Cherie are now living in the Robles del Rio area. Jeff is the family historian and enjoys woodworking, photography, and his 1960’s classic cars. Among other History Center duties, he is a CVHS Historian and the curator of several exhibits. Jeff is currently serving a second term on the CVHS Board.

Richard Barratt

Richard Barratt

Director at Large

Born in Laramie, Wyoming into the third generation of a pioneer Wyoming family, Richard (Dick) is the son of a U.S. Army officer and spent much of his youth living and traveling in many parts of the world. He graduated with a BA in International Affairs from the University of Wyoming and was commissioned in the U.S. Army. During his 21-year military career he studied Arabic and was stationed in several Middle East countries. Following duty in Vietnam, he was stationed in Beirut, Lebanon where he received his MA in Middle East Studies of the Arab World from the American University of Beirut. After retiring from the Army at the Presidio of Monterey, he studied law, earning his JD from the Monterey College of Law. In more recent years he has served as President and Chairman of the Board of the Carmel Valley Historical Society. When members specified their priority was the construction of the long anticipated permanent home for the society as both a museum and history center, this became the focus of his tenure. He has also been an instructor at Heald College and the Naval Postgraduate School. He is a member and past President of the Monterey Chapter, Military Officers Association of America, the Monterey County Historical Society, and the Sons of Union Army Veterans. He and his wife Elizabeth have three children, two grandchildren and have been residents of Carmel Valley since 1983.

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Virtual Tour Now Available!

Virtual Tour Now Available!

We are happy to share with you the results of our latest endeavor – a Virtual Tour of the History Center!

Carmel Valley Centennial Newspaper Available Online

Carmel Valley Centennial Newspaper Available Online

Now for the first time you can download a full 56-page file of the Centennial Newspaper for your enjoyment. This rare issue contains many historical articles about Carmel Valley, such as: Ranching, Native Indians, noteworthy families, old schools, Valley Library service history, fire departments, churches, parks, and much more.

We Love Our Volunteers

We Love Our Volunteers

We love our volunteers! Volunteer docents, new and current, participated in a recent training meeting held at the History Center. All aspects of being a docent were reviewed such as opening & closing, greeting visitors, overview of exhibits, general administrative and...

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