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Board Members*

Kirk Emerson, Local resident
(FRP President)

Bob Erickson, Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists
(FRP Vice President)

Ken Hester, Liaison to Tread Lightly!, a non-profit organization dedicated to responsible recreational stewardship.

Eric Wayne Jouse, Recreational target shooting community

Arvie Lake, Vice President of the La Cebadilla Estates Homeowners Association; Vice President of Saguaro Horsemen’s Association

Ken Langdon, Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter

Malcolm Leslie, Tucson Rough Riders

Jim Long, FJ Cruiser community and local Boy Scouts clubs

Julie Martin, Southern Arizona Hiking Club

Matthew J. Nelson, The Arizona Trail Association

Doug Nutter, Local resident and adjacent landowner

Brad Sautter, Trail Riders of Southern Arizona

John Williams, Retired National Park Service law enforcement officer

*Additional board members are being invited to complete representation of the full range of demonstrated users of Redington Pass who can represent and have standing within their organizations.


Former Board Members

Larry Audsley, Arizona Wildlife Federation

Bob Cote, Grazing permittee in Redington Pass and owner of the Tanque Verde Guest Ranch

Moira Alexander, Arizona Trail Association

Bob Evans, Cascabel Working Group

Herb Trossman , Local resident
(FRP Secretary)


How to contact us...

Friends of Redington Pass
8987 E. Tanque Verde Road, Suite 309-439
Tucson, AZ 85749-9610




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Friends of Redington Pass, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.