Northwest NEWS

December 17, 2001


School Board elects new officers for 2002

At its Dec. 11 meeting, the Northshore School Board elected a new president and vice-president.
   B-Z Davis, who has been on the school board since 1991, was elected president. Davis and her husband Bob are longtime residents of Bothell, both having attended Northshore schools. After graduating from Bothell High, she attended Western Washington University. Davis has worked for 27 years as a pharmacy assistant and buyer for Ostrom Drugs. The Davises have two children, both of whom are also Northshore graduates.
   Rich Baldwin will serve as vice-president. He was originally appointed to the Board in October 1994 and served until November 1995. He was elected to the Board in 1999 and is currently serving a four-year term.
   Baldwin, an electrical engineer, along with his wife Martha and their three children reside in Bothell. Two of their children currently attend Northshore School.