Scottsdale Charros name members to 2015-16 executive committee

Pictured seated (L-R): Dan Postal, David Westra, Brandon Paul and Rick Carpinelli. Standing (L-R): Tim Cowdrey, John Schultz and Mark Bramlett. (Submitted photo)

Pictured seated (L-R): Dan Postal, David Westra, Brandon Paul and Rick Carpinelli. Standing (L-R): Tim Cowdrey, John Schultz and Mark Bramlett. (Submitted photo)

The Scottsdale Charros have announced its 2015-16 executive committee, known as the Concilio — a nod to the organization’s western heritage.

The mission of the Scottsdale Charros is to promote the city of Scottsdale and its community through sports and cultural activities. As philanthropic ambassadors its membership is focused on providing support and funding for youth, education and local charities.

The 2015-16 Concilio are:

  • Patron (President): Dan Postal, Wentworth, Webb & Postal
  • Segundo (Vice President): David Westra, Miller Russell Associates
  • Ladron (Treasurer): Rick Carpinelli, Crown Realty & Development
  • Secretario (Secretary): Brandon Paul, Design Ethic
  • Alegrador (General Meeting Chairman): Mark Bramlett, DTZ
  • Pasado (Past President): Tim Cowdrey, RBC Wealth Management
  • Senor (Past President of The Charro Foundation): John Schultz, Schultz Development

“I am honored, excited and humbled to have the opportunity to lead a group that has contributed so much to our community for more than 50 years,” said Patron Dan Postal. “It’s hard to believe but July is almost over and we have hit the ground running. Our new Concilio is focused on enhancing several key initiatives including Spring Training baseball, our charitable gifting endeavors and the Charros’ education programs.”

“While it’s difficult to think about Spring Training already, our baseball committee is in full swing and has been at it for months now. We are getting get ready for the 2016 season and working on an exciting enhancement project for the Charro Lodge for the 2017 season.”

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