Name Role Email Telephone
Mike Miller CEO mike.miller5 (at) gmail.com cell 612-719-2492
Mark Arnold COO (VP) marnold (at) rfmoeller.com cell 651-295-7619
Chaz Miller CIO (Sec.) MilleCha (at) gmail.com cell 612-999-4331
Scott Hughes CFO (Treas.) SCTTHGHS (at) gmail.com cell 612-978-2473
Matt Petersen C Enforcer (Provost) zuhrahshriner (at) yahoo.com cell-952-220-1848
John Curlott COM (Membership) jcurlott (at) comcast.net cell-651-274-3570
Ted Martz CCO tmmartz (at) bremer.com cell 651-270-2947
John Gann CSO johnrgann (at) gmail.com cell 612-306-5905
Matt Vegdahl CHO matt.vegdahl (at) gmail.com cell 952-210-8340
Tom Jackson Web Guy tom (at) pro-activemktg.com cell 612-801-0708
Shane Wendt Graphics shanewendt (at) comcast.net
For regular correspondence and in meetings, members may be addressed as Mr. Chairman. The titles may sound stuffy, but call 'em anyway - they're real sweethearts. In addition to the obvious roles, CSO is Chairman of Sinatra Education, CCO is Chairman of Correspondence, who writes our Arabian (Shrine newspaper) articles, CChO is our Chairman of Charitable Affairs, CMO is our Chairman of Mixology, and CHO is our Chairman of the Humidor, responsible for relations with local tobacconists. Members are assigned as Chief of something when they join. Everybody has a "C" level job, see?
If youse want to contact one of us - eh, you're a smart guy - just figure out our e-mail address from the super secret spam-avoiding code above and send us a line. Or call.
If you just want to show up to an event at the new Minneapolis Golden Leaf, dat's fine too. The dates are posted. Give us a heads-up so we'll be sure to look for ya.
Starting your own Unit? Lastly, if you are from another Shrine temple, and wish to hoist up a Chairmen flag in your neck of the woods, why, nothing would make us happier. We have an entire package youse guys can use: forms, bylaws and other documents, our designs for the website, clothing, accessories and logos, fez lettering guidence, web hosting services, our freakin' awesome initiation ceremony, and lots of tips on starting a new unit. It's a franchise opportunity and piece of the action. You and a few friends can start by joining our unit from afar, and when you have enough to start your own unit you can, ah, pull the trigger then.