R. Steven Butterfield, MD is a Doctor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Jefferson Healthcare Medical & Pediatric Group since 2004. He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Physicians as well as a Clinical Preceptor for University of Washington School of Medicine. Steve has a special interest in preventative medicine and advocating for healthy living. He enjoys hiking and spending time with his family and friends and is also an avid sports fan.
Barbara Carr is the Juvenile Court Administrator for Jefferson County, Washington and has served in this capacity since 1997. The Juvenile and Family Court provides services and programs for youth experiencing difficulties in the community or at home. The department also provides early intervention services and is responsible for risk assessment and case management for juvenile offenders. Barbara is involved in many state-wide juvenile justice efforts, including the advancement of evidence-based program implementation and gender-responsive programming. Understanding that a youth’s connection to community is a vital protective factor for kids, doing what we can to support and encourage the growth of our local Y is essential.
Noah Harrison graduated from Port Townsend High School in 1992, and lives in Port Townsend with his wife and three daughters. Noah received his bachelors degree from the University of Washington and his Juris Doctorate from Seattle University School of Law. Noah is a general practice attorney with his own law firm that has been serving residents of the Olympic Peninsula since 2004. He enjoys spending time with his family, boating, auctioneering for local charities, and filling in as Judge Pro Tem in Jefferson County District Court.
Beth O’neal – I have been a massage therapist for over 18 years, specializing in injury treatment and orthopedic massage. Some of my interests include making our community a more cohesive, youth and family friendly one, with an emphasis on health and wellness. I believe in people taking responsibility for their health and the health of others and their environment through education and awareness. I love to enjoy the outdoors through gardening, hiking, backpacking, running and biking. I enjoy being strong through a variety of exercise, playing basketball, swimming, walking and weightlifting.
Bill Range has over 30 years’ experience in behavior health. He graduated in 1983 from James Madison University with a Master’s Degree in Counseling. For over 30 years he has directed or supervised treatment programs in Michigan, Washington, New Zealand and Hawaii. Throughout his career he has been a leader in innovative treatment programming including family and community based counseling for youth. He was in private practice from 2007 to 2010 in Port Townsend. He closed his practice in 2010 to accept the position of Regional Director of Kauai Programs for Parents and Children Together. Since April of 2015 he has returned to Port Townsend and he has reopened his practice. He is currently providing psychotherapy and counseling services to individuals, families and couples. His counseling philosophy is existential and his treatment techniques are pragmatic. While not all inclusive, they include: systemic, narrative, cognitive behavioral and behavioral principles. He is currently particularly interested int he psycho social issues confronting boys and men across the lifespan.
Hugh Winn – I graduated from the University of Redlands in southern California. After a couple years of graduate work I became a licensed general contractor until I retired and moved to Marrowstone Island in 2002. My wife Ruth and I have two daughters that live in Hawaii with their families. I learned to swim at an early age at a YMCA summer camp and competed in college and later as a Masters Swimmer. I think it’s extremely important that our young people have the same opportunities that we had growing up, and feel very strongly that the YMCA is the way to provide those opportunities. I attended a U.S. Swimming Build-a-Pool conference and I think the proposed Y facility will make a huge difference in the quality of life here in Jefferson County.