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Bob Wachtel

Director of Presentation and Technology Services

UM

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Background Information

Employment History

Member, Professional Staff

University of Montana


Affiliations

Bike Walk Alliance of Missoula

Treasurer


Missoula Bicycle

Member


Alliance for Missoula

Treasurer


Web References(29 Total References)


The Independent Online - 8 Days a Week

www.everyweek.com [cached]

The event features UM music professor Charles Nichols on electric violin and computers, and Bob Wachtel, Director of Presentation and Technology Services at UM, on technical support. (Also see Souncheck in this issue.) Call 243-5360.


Bike Walk Alliance for Missoula: Meet the Board

www.bikewalkmissoula.org [cached]

Bob Wachtel
BOB WACHTEL, Treasurer Robert Wachtel (Bob) retired from the professional staff of The University of Montana at the end of 2005 after 32 ½ years working audiovisual support for instruction and special events. Bob was a regular bike commuter during his employment at U of Mt, cycling 2 miles each way year round. Retirement has allowed him to join the Missoula Bike/Ped Advisory Board, and participate in the formation and development of BWAM. Bob continues to avoid driving locally as much as possible. His wife is an avid walker and enjoys the ability to walk for many of her errands. Bob continues to process his own fruit wines from available local fruit.


Bike/Walk Alliance for Missoula - About Us

www.bikewalkmissoula.org [cached]

Bob Wachtel
BOB WACHTEL, Treasurer Robert L. Wachtel (Bob) retired from the professional staff of The University of Montana at the end of 2005 after 32 ½ years working audiovisual support for instruction and special events. Bob was a regular bike commuter during his employment at U of Mt, cycling 2 miles each way year round. Retirement has allowed him to join the Missoula Bike/Ped Advisory Board, and participate in the formation and development of BWAM. Bob continues to avoid driving locally as much as possible. His wife is an avid walker and enjoys the ability to walk for many of her errands. Bob continues to brew his own beer and process his own fruit wines from available local fruit. Header photo "BWAM Events" courtesy of Bob Wachtel


NCHCI | AGN Laboratory

nchci.org [cached]

Bob Wachtel, Media Services Coordinator - University of Montana, AGN testing and consulting


YOU TOO can Make a Difference: – BWAM

www.bikewalkmissoula.org [cached]

Bob Wachtel
Bob Wachtel did not realize that he could make a difference until he became a founder of BWAM and a member of the Missoula Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Board (BPAB). He never dreamed that he could be involved in public work championing a walk and bike friendly Missoula or that it was something for him. Bob worked for more than 30 years at the University of Montana and liked to ride his bike the two miles each way to campus year round. He never thought about going to public meetings or working on committees and boards. It never crossed his mind that he could have so much influence and impact on what happens in Missoula. When he retired, he decided he needed something more to do and upon seeing an ad for an opening on the BPAB, he applied for the volunteer position, not sure what he could offer. He never thought of himself as someone who could influence community policy and he didn't have a clue how fascinating it can be to be on the inside and learn how everything works. One thing led to another. Now he is one of the most influential citizens on bike and walk topics in Missoula and is colleague with scores of people, and finds it to be a huge source of purpose and satisfaction in his life.


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