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Blue & White has new officers

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January 4, 2011 |

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Nancy Peterson, a longtime member of the Davis High Blue and White Foundation, has been named that organization\’s president, it was announced by outgoing chief Rochelle Swanson.

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The Foundation, creators of the school\’s Hall of Fame and the key group in putting together and executing the former stadium project (now Ron & Mary Brown Stadium), also named Will Arnold as vice president and Miriam Fisk as secretary. Cathe Richardson continues as treasurer.

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“I hope I can live up to the standards set by the BWF presidents before me,” Peterson said Tuesday.

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Nancy and Rob Peterson have three children, Emma (a ninth-grader at Harper Junior High), Reese (a seven-grade student at Davis Waldorf) and Dane (a fourth-grader at Montgomery Elementary).

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Rob Peterson is an orthopedic surgeon with practices in Davis and Vacaville. He also serves as the Blue Devils\’ football team doctor.

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A native of New York City, Peterson came to Davis with her family in 1998. A graduate of Princeton (where she played volleyball), Peterson assisted DHS net coach Leigh Whitmire this fall.

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“Rochelle Swanson has been instrumental to the success of Blue and White\’s \’Back on Track\’ campaign,” Peterson explained.

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In a note to Swanson — elected in June to the Davis City Council — schools Superintendent Winfred Roberson thanked the outgoing president for her efforts:

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“It\’s been a pleasure to work with (Rochelle) during (her) term as president. DJUSD looks forward to a continuing partnership with B and W and its new officers, Nancy, Will and Miriam. Thanks for your commitment and contribution to the students.”

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Swanson weighed in on the new board and her time as president …

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“Nancy is a wonderful asset to Blue and White and will be a great leader as we move forward. I know I am excited to enjoy the upcoming year as board member.

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“I want to thank all of you — Arnold, Peterson, Fisk and Richardson — for making my term as

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president a fun and rewarding year. I am grateful for the wonderful partnerships and shared commitment to our kids and community.”

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Swanson says she will continue to oversee and be lead board member for the stadium project.

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