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Fred Tattersall

Fred Tattersall

Fred retired as managing director and chief executive officer of Tattersall Advisory Group in June 2004. In December 2007, he helped establish 1607 Capital Partners LLC, where he is Chairman. Fred is the former chairman of the Greater Richmond Community Foundation and serves on the boards of the West Virginia University Foundation, Hollywood Cemetery and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation. After serving 8 years on the University of Richmond Board he was awarded Emeritus status. He is founder and president of the Board of Richmond First Tee, an organization that provides life skills training and leadership development opportunities to young people using golf as the learning vehicle. He also serves on the National Trustee Board of The First Tee. He is a 1970 graduate of West Virginia University. Fred and his wife, Roddy, have two children and five grandchildren.

Fred was an early speedgolfer. In 1975, he completed 18 holes at the Myrtlewood Golf Club in 35 minutes 12 seconds and shot an 83 for a speedgolf score of 118. Fred competed at the age of 64 in the 2012 Bandon World Championship, finishing 4th in those over 50 years of age.

Dale Stockamp

Dale Stockamp

Dale Stockamp is a pioneer in the area of hospital and health care systems consulting. After graduating from Portland State University and a successful career with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), Dale founded Stockamp and Associates in 1990. Prior to the 2008 sale of Stockamp & Associates (S & A), the company of 400 employees grew to become the top-ranked provider of financial and operational consulting services to the health care field. S & A’s clients included over 100 of the largest and most successful hospitals and health care systems in the nation.

Dale is now focused on expanding the work of Mission Increase, a foundation that he co-founded in 1999. Mission Increase transforms not-for-profit organizations by providing training and grants to improve their financial stability and enhance their ability to raise donations for themselves. The fundamental concept behind Mission Increase is to teach a man how to fish rather than just give them a fish (grant). Mission Increase currently employs over 20 people and has offices in cities throughout the country.

Dale is also involved with a number of business ventures as an investor, partner, advisor and mentor. He and his wife Gail are long-term residents of Lake Oswego, Oregon, and are very active in serving in their church and the community. They have three children; Lindsey (a partner in a clothing boutique in Seattle), Matthew (a sophomore at Santa Clara University), and Mark (a senior in high school and one who absolutely loves Speedgolf)!

Dale Stockamp

Michael Keiser

Michael L. Keiser is the owner of Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, which was recently recognized by both GOLF Magazine and Golf Digest as the No. 1 Golf Resort in North America. Located on Oregon’s South Coast, the Resort now includes five courses designed in the tradition of Scotland’s ancient links. The resort has 450 employees and 250 caddies.

Mr. Keiser is active on the boards of numerous civic and charitable organizations in the fields of health care, education and conservation. He is the former Board Chair of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. In the education arena, he Chairs the Board of Teach for America – Chicago and serves on the board of Academy for Urban School Leadership. He also is a member of the Board of Directors for the Evans Scholar Program/Western Golf Association and the Field Museum of Natural History.

Mr. Keiser is the Founder of the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance (WRCA), an organization funded by net proceeds from Bandon Preserve golf course, with the goal of supporting and growing environmentally sustainable industries on the South Coast of Oregon.

Mr. Keiser received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Amherst College.