April 2, 2018
The SSC annual meeting will be held on Monday, April 30 at 7:00 PM in the HSE Cafeteria. At this meeting we will be electing 2 new board members to fill the vacancy from retiring board members. Ballots will be mailed the week of April 9.
Slate of Candidates and Bios is as follows:
My family has been a part of Southeastern Swim Club since 2009, and my daughter Katelyn is a member
of the Juniors practice group. I am currently a member of the Board of Directors, and Vice-President of the club. I believe that the Board has done a good job of shepherding the talent that we have among our
members, and directing the overall operations of the club.
I appreciate SSC’s athlete development philosophy; the genuine interest that the Coaches have in the
ongoing development of SSC as a great club; and the active participation of parents in supporting our
swimmers and hosting well-run meets. All of us value the friendships that we have developed with the
SSC family over the years.
I am hoping to receive your vote to be re-elected to the Board of Directors, and continue to move the
Our family has been part of Southeastern Swim Club for 7 years. We have two swimmers, Kaleigh who is in the Junior Group and Aiden who is a Shark. I have served as meet chairpersons for our MLK, Swimfest, and State meets. I have also served as team mom for 5 years. Most recently, I have served as a parent representative for the SSC President’s Council.
Professionally, I am a real estate broker with Exp Realty and was previously a marketing brand manager for Jarden and ConAgra (BSBA from Creighton University and MBA from the University of Nebraska).
SSC has been an important part of our kids’ growth; reinforcing the values of competition, teamwork, discipline, and accountability. I would very much cherish the opportunity to further serve the club as a member of the board
The Stolle Family joined SSC in 2011 and currently has three swimmers in the club. Anna swims with the Junior Group, Evan swims with the Stingray Group and my wife, Chrissy, swims with the Master’s Program. Much of my volunteer involvement for the club comes as a USA Swimming Official. Whether serving as a Meet Referee or helping out with a Super Splash, I’m most often found on deck.
When not on a pool deck, I’m working as a Senior Financial Advisor & Vice President with Merrill Lynch. I’ve been a competitive cyclists since age 14 and still enjoy the competition and advocacy within the sport. I currently sit on several non-profit boards including the Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation and the Rollfast Foundation.
It has been fun to watch our swimmers learn life skills and grow through the Southeastern Swim Club. I’m proud that our Club offers development programs for swimmers of all different skill levels. There is always a plan and path that our coaches have to help the swimmer’s reach their goals. I’m excited to watch SSC’s continued growth and looking forward to contributing new ideas to benefit both the swimmers and their families.