A friend of my daughter is the Washington State winner for the Shade Foundation poster contest.
Now, she needs online votes. So, here’s my shameless plug to ask you for your vote.
Angie is the artist behind poster #34, “Don’t Be Caught Dead in the Sun,” with a beach shack, a crab, and the chalk outline of someone who didn’t remember the sunscreen!
Go to http://shadefoundation.org and click on this image – “VOTE NOW!”
Choose to vote and then select #34, if that’s the one that you’d like to see win.
Thank you for helping her out!
I loved working with Robert. He was a great partner and competitor and colleague. Robert, I look forward to seeing you again one day. If any of you worked with Robert, I would love to share stories with you.
Robert John Satterwhite
Robert John SATTERWHITE Age 44, passed away unexpectedly Friday (Aug 15, 2008) at his home in Woodinville, Washington. He was an avid skier, soccer enthusiast and outdoor adventurer enjoying many memorable outings with his friends and wife Lene Meilvag Satterwhite. Robert and Lene although married for just a short time had the opportunity to ski & travel to many countries and enjoy their special relationship over the past eighteen years. Robert worked for twenty + years in the high technology field and for the past 6 years was a Senior Technical Evangelist with Microsoft. Robert was born in Twin Falls Idaho on December 3, 1963 and moved with his family to Tacoma, WA at the age of 5. He attended Cloverpark High School participating in soccer and other athletic activities. His college studies included computer science & information technology. These studies opened a challenging and exciting profession for him and he totally immersed himself in the industry working for a variety of companies world wide. Robert was preceded in death byhis mother, Linda Humphrey Satterwhite in 2005, his father John F.Satterwhite in 1970 and his sisterStacey in 1970. He is survived by his two brothers, Kevin Satterwhite andSteven Douglas Satterwhite, both of Tacoma. Celebration of his life & services will be Thursday 8/21 at 11:00 a.m. at Bear Creek United Methodist Church, 16530 Avondale Road NE, Woodinville, Washington 98077. Two separate memorial services will be held later in Idaho and on the ski-slopes in WA.