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Board Members, Staff, and Volunteers

The Story

Our board members, staff, and volunteers work throughout the year to serve clients in need of food assistance throughout Hood River County and Mosier.  We'd like to share their stories - and hope you'll consider joining us as a volunteer.   If you're curious, learn more about the FISH history in the county's communities.

Meet the Team: About
Meet the Team: Team Members

Billie Stevens

Billie is our volunteer coordinator.  She has worked with FISH for over 10 years, and helps make sure volunteers are trained and available throughout the year. She divides her time among the 4 FISH sites, and during the Covid-19 crisis is often found at FISH, making sure we are operating safely.  Billie has recently been involved in implementing the new Link2Feed software at FISH, and she writes the monthly newsletter. 

Board Members

Meet the Team: Meet the Board Members

Becky Bugge

Becky moved with her husband and two daughters to Hood River  32 years ago.   She's been a volunteer at FISH Food Bank since November 2004 when  Marianne Durkan asked her to take over the treasurer responsibilities.  Becky says, "Since I had recently retired from Sprint, this seemed like a good fit for me.  While working and raising a family, it was hard to find time to volunteer, so this presented an opportunity for me to make a difference in our community.  I jumped in headfirst and haven’t looked back." Becky continues to serve as Board Treasurer.


Hear from our volunteers about their experiences with FISH

Meet the Team: Testimonials

Tracey began volunteering at FISH in the summer of 2018. She served as a board member from 2019 through March 2022, when she stepped down from the board. She continues to handle the FISH website and social media, and works in the FISH warehouse on Fridays.

In addition to volunteering at FISH, Tracey is a board member with the Hood River County Christmas Project and Protect Our Parks Hood River.  She is also a board member for the non-profit environmental news magazine Columbia Insight. 

Tracey Tomashpol

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