David Endicott, Co-Founder & Chairman/CEO

David served as Press Secretary in Washington, DC to Republican U.S. Senator Slade Gorton from 1982 – 1987 and was subsequently appointed by Democratic Governor Mike Lowry as one of five full-time citizen members of the Washington State Health Care Policy Board in Olympia. He operates his own marketing consulting firm in Seattle. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison and co-founded Music4Life in 2007 as a memorial to his band director, Emory Nordness, in Viroqua, Wisconsin, where he was born and raised.

Andrew Face, Treasurer

Andrew is a finance professional focused on lending to municipalities in the Pacific Northwest. He started playing cornet in the fifth grade on an instrument donated to his family. He went on to play for several years as well as touring and singing with the Northwest Boychoir. Later in life he dusted off his musical chops and managed to play guitar and sing in various cover/parody bands.

Marli Iverson, Member

Marli is a broker with Windermere Real Estate and a long-time member of the Rotary Club of Seattle (a.k.a. Seattle Downtown Rotary or Seattle #4). She serves as Chair of Seattle Rotary’s Music Committee.

Cliff Lenz, Member

Cliff Lenz Host of King TV’s Seattle Today program for 17 years. Host and producer of Music Magic.... a program for children about music- cited by the National Education Association as one of the nation’s outstanding children’s programs, Emmy award winning composer, piano and guitar teacher in the Edmonds and Monroe School Districts and piano and guitar teacher in a private capacity.

Dean Petrich, Member

Dean Petrich Dean Petrich has deep experience with string instruments and pianos. After college he began studying to be a piano technician, which he pursued as a career from 1973 to this day. He has held many offices in the Seattle Chapter of the Piano Technicians Guild, including president, vice president, secretary, newsletter editor and librarian. He is currently teaching several apprentices to become master technicians. More information about his varied music background is available on his web site: PetrichsPianoShop.com.