Pictured is the class of 2006: top left to right: Dan Hannula, Kimo Streeter
, Ron Van Pool, Dick LaFave, Andy Hathaway. bottom left to right: Helen Munger (representing Olive McKean's family, Mary Lou Petty Skok, Doris Buckley Johnson, Lea Watson (representing her mother Betty Lea Watson) and Dan Wolfrom Hall of Fame Committee Chair.
...Contributor: Kimo StreeterFor a half century Kimo Streeter has been working as a coach and volunteer in the field of swimming.In 1957 he began his career as an age-group coach with Tacoma Swim Club.Kimo started Peninsula Swim Club (Gig Harbor) in 1967 and in 1980 he began the Puget Sound Swim Club (Port Orchard).He
coached these two teams for twelve and eighteen years, respectively.Kimo
retired from coaching in 1996.In addition to coaching, Kimo
has been one of Pacific Northwest Swimming's
most outstanding, long-term volunteers, contributing countless hours to this organization for over thirty years.Besides his support and hard work helping to organize Pacific Northwest Swimming in the early 1980s, Kimo has served in many capacities.He
was the general chair for two terms and an administrative vice chair.He chaired the safety committee and served on the National Safety Committee) and he has been the chair of the scheduling committee.He served on the by-laws committee and the board of review committee.Kimo
has been both an age-group and senior coach representative to the PNS board.He is a long-term committee member of the PNS Hall of Fame, and has been instrumental in its success.Currently, he is an at-large member of Pacific Northwest Swimming.Kimo served on the USA Swimming National Safety Education Committee for four years.He worked at the Goodwill Games and continues to provide assistance at all USA Swimming national championship meets that take place at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.In 2004 Pacific Northwest Swimming presented Kimo with the ConocoPhillips Outstanding Service Award in recognition of his dedication and many years of service to the swimming community.