Volunteers are key to the success of Kids Rock Cancer. As members of the Kids Rock Cancer Advisory Council, the following individuals provide vital assistance with our efforts in the St. Louis community, helping to raise both awareness and support for Kids Rock Cancer.
Meet Bob Mills, Kids Rock Cancer Advisory Council Chair
How did you get involved with Kids Rock Cancer?
I was introduced to KRC by invitation to a dinner party at Steve Straub’s house from Tom Eschen. Joanie and I made the decision during the presentation that we wanted to support this wonderful organization.
Why are you passionate about Kids Rock Cancer?
Once you see the joy and smile of a young patient and their family, how can you not be passionate about KRC? Our music therapists are the best and they give so much more to KRC. I want to do whatever we can to continue to build KRC and offer our services to any family going through such challenging times.
When not working you can find me working out, or playing golf or pickup basketball on Sunday mornings.
John Brockenbrough, ShareMedia Services
Peter Cohen, Retired
Madeline Dames, Freelance Producer
Jeremiah Dellas, Waddell & Reed
Tom Eschen, Maryville University
Christian Greer, Saint Louis Science Center
Teri Griege, Self Employed
Al Hammerman, Metro Imaging
Damon Harbison, SSM Cardinal Glennon
Tamara Hill, Self Employed
Lynne Hummel, Rockwood Schools
Dena Ladd, Missouri Cures
Peggy Michelson, Maryville University
Brian Owens, Self Employed
Mike Poletti, SSM Health
Dan Rosen, St. Louis Town Planner
Rodney Sanders, Monsanto
Tracie Sandheinrich, Senior Music Therapist, MTBC, Maryville University
Steve Schenkel, Webster University
Mindy Schlansky, Maryville University
Kirk Stange, Stange Law Firm, PC
Steven Straub, Self Employed
Jennifer Sullivan, Benefit Plans Plus, LLC
Jim Trotter, Trotter Art
Jaime Wilhite, Music Therapist, Maryville University
Sharon Woelbling, Retired
Anne Zanola, Colliers International