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Rich Anderson
President

Richard Anderson grew up in St. Charles on the east bank of the Fox River... Read more...

Holly Cabel
Vice President

Holly currently serves as Director of Parks and Recreation for the St. Charles Park District. Read more...

Laurel Moad
Secretary

A resident of St Charles for 12 years, Laurel previously lived in San Francisco, LA, Phoenix and Detroit. Read more...

Phil Held
Treasurer

Phil is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Oakbrook Properties and is an active community volunteer. Read more...

Tom Anderson
Director

Tom is past chairman of Colonial Café Restaurants and a member of Kiwanis.

Trish Beckjord
Director

Trish is a landscape architect. She also is a commissioner for the St. Charles Park District and a member of the Active River Task Force.

Joe Boyd
Director

Joe is an active community volunteer and a member of Kiwanis.

Rick Brems
Rick Brems
Director

Rick is involved throughout the community as a volunteer. He also servers on the Active River Task Force.

Jim Enck
Director

Jim is a landscape architect and community volunteer. He also serves on the Active River Task Force.

Larry Maholland
Director

Larry is retired after serving many years as the St. Charles City Administrator.

Dorene Tieche
Director

Dorene is a retired D303 teacher who continues to give back to the community as a volunteer.


Ed-Warneke
Ed Werneke
Director

Ed Werneke is a retired officer of Nicor Gas. He and his wife Carolyn have resided in Saint Charles for 21 years. Read more...

Tony Zehnder
Director

Tony is a retired executive and active volunteer within the community.

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  • River Corridor Foundation
    of St. Charles
  •   214 South First Street, Suite A
    St. Charles, IL 60174

Mission Statement

The River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles supports and advocates for projects that will enhance the downtown riverfront environment as a destination for cultural, educational, and economic opportunities that are accessible to all.