The Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport Board establishes the policies by which the airport operates, and does not involve itself in the day-to-day operation of the airport. That function is vested in Executive Director, Tony Bean and his administrative staff. The board is not representative of only one entity. Members from both cities of Pullman, Wash. and Moscow, Idaho, both universities–Washington State University and University of Idaho, and both counties- Whitman County, Wash. and Latah, County, Idaho, as well as a member from the Port of Whitman County and a member at-large serve on the board. The eight members are appointed by both the City of Pullman Mayor and the City of Moscow Mayor. The Pullman Mayor will always be the Chair of the Board and Moscow Mayor will always be the Vice Chair of the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport Board. The board meets on the last Wednesday of every month at 3 p.m. in the Airport Fire Station/ARFF Building Training Room, unless otherwise posted. Airport Board, Agendas, Minutes and Interlocal Agreements2018 and Earlier Airport Board, Agendas, Minutes and Interlocal Agreements
Following Governor Inslee “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, we will be holding our March Board Meeting via Skype. March 25, 2020, Airport Board Meeting – Join Skype Meeting
Glenn A. Johnson
Glenn A. Johnson, Pullman MayorFull Bio
In November 2011, Glenn became the first mayor in the history of Pullman to be elected to three, four-year terms and said he is very appreciative of the support of the citizens of Pullman.
Bill Lambert, Moscow MayorFull Bio
Mayor Bill Lambert was elected as Mayor in November of 2013 and took office in January of 2014. He cares deeply about the community of Moscow, where he has lived and served since 1977. Mayor Lambert has a strong personal interest and love for both the community and the University of Idaho. The Mayor moved to Moscow in 1977 and continued his career working at Safeway; where he has worked for more than 36 years. He and his wife raised their two boys in Moscow, both of whom are still in Moscow.
Latah County Representative
Paul J. Kimmell
Paul J. Kimmell – is the Palouse area regional business manager with Avista Corporation. He holds a BS in Geography/Urban Planning from Illinois State University and did graduate work at the University of Idaho in the College of Mines.Full Bio
City of Pullman Representative
Brian is a Chief Pilot for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.
City of Moscow Representative
Jon Kimberling is a lifelong resident of Moscow and has been serving on the Pullman-Moscow Airport Board since his appointment in February of 2008. He is a 1978 graduate of the University of Idaho Business College with a degree in Accounting. After college he immediately went to work for Jim Newsome Insurance which he later purchased. This is his 42nd year serving as an agent for Farmers Insurance from his office at 205 S. Main in Moscow. His agency is recognized as one of the top Farmers Agencies in the country.Full Bio
Jon previously served two terms on the Moscow City Council. He is the co-founder of the Palouse Basin Water Summit as well as the founder of the Officer Newbill Kids Safety Fair.
When not working or volunteering his time, he loves to be on a bike. In 2013, he became certified and teaches cycling classes at the University of Idaho Recreation Center. He has been married for over 35 years to the former Sharon Jordan of Moscow. They have three children- Kelly Kimberling Gilder works side by side with Jon in the insurance office, Sara Kimberling who owns Sara Kimberling Photography, and Emma who is studying to become a registered nurse while working close to full time as a CNA at St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood Idaho. She is engaged to Andrew Grizzell from Grangeville Idaho.
Jon could not be more excited about the upcoming runway realignment and expansion project and what it will do to benefit our communities and universities
Ron Wachter is a long-time Pullman business owner and civil leader. His NuChem farm chemical company was a leader in the effective use of fertilizers and other chemicals to cost effectively increase crop yields and improve the environment. Ron is very active in his community and region providing leadership investments and services.Full Bio
Washington State University
Vice President for Finance and AdministrationFull Bio
Washington State University
As Washington State University’s Vice President for Finance and Administration, Stacy Pearson (CPA, MPA) is responsible for the leadership of financial and administrative operations, business services, financial reporting, treasury, real estate, contracting, tax and regulatory compliance, facilities services and campus master planning, public safety, environmental health and safety and risk management. In addition, she was appointed to serve as the University’s executive sponsor of the Modernization Initiative to lead the implementation of a cloud based financial and human resources system and oversee the change management process.
University of Idaho
Dan Ewart is the Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at the University of Idaho. He has served at the University of Idaho since 2012 and has been a board member at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport since 2015. He serves on a number of local and regional organization boards and greatly appreciates the key role that the airport serves to the region.