Todd Campbell – Chairman
Todd was raised right here in Duluth. He went to Duluth Cathedral High School, graduating in 1979. He continued on to Princeton University, graduating in 1983 with a degree in Civil Engineering.
He has been employed as a registered professional civil engineer by the Minnesota Department of Transportation in Duluth since 1987, performing a variety of duties including that of District Soils Engineer (responsible for designing pavement structures), Construction Project Engineer (responsible for the field construction of Leif Erikson Park and much of the Duluth Lakewalk, among many other projects), District Surveys Engineer, and most recently District Hydraulics Engineer and Project Manager.
Todd is also a skating enthusiast and has completed every NSIM. He owned possibly the first pair of inline skates in Duluth, crude frames and wheels bolted to hockey boots, in 1980.
Other interests include… inline skating, x-c skiing, roller-skiing, running, canoeing, camping, travel. He also coaches youth soccer and hockey in Superior and serves on the Board of Trustees for Marshall School and the Board of Directors for Mars Lakeview Arena.
Todd is resident of Superior since 1990. He and his wife Sue have 3 children.
Angela Toftey – Secretary
Angela Toftey was born and raised in Duluth. She is a graduate of Duluth East High School and later received her B.S. in accounting and Spanish minor from St. Cloud State University. Angela has been practicing accounting since 2006 when she started her career with Ernst & Young in Minneapolis. After Angela married her high school crush, Peter Toftey, in 2010, she and her husband couldn’t resist the urge to return to their Duluth, MN roots. She has been working for Kolquist, Seitz & Goldman, LLC since the move in December 2010. She is a Certified Public Accountant.
Angela has completed every North Shore Inline Marathon (except one) since she became eligible to participate in 1998. Her other interests include, running, biking, golf, accounting for things, Duluth and as of late, home improvement projects. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Minnesota Society of CPAs. She also volunteers teaching business and economic concepts to Duluth area students through Junior Achievement.
The Tofteys have a former racing greyhound named Atlas.
Andre was born in Duluth and grew up on the numerous local nordic ski trails. Inspired by his father, Adrian, a 1968 US Olympic team member, he quickly became one of the areas top skiers. As a junior competitor, he was one of the top skiers his age in the United States, winning 2 silver medals at the USSA Junior Olympics. Watt trained under respected Russian coaches Nikolai and Antonina Anikin as an independent racer before moving onto the CXC Elite Team in 2005. As a member of team CXC, Watt placed 6th in the 2010 American Birkie. Watt continues to train and race for the Rossignol Marathon Team.
He also won the inaugural Rollerski division at the 2011 edition of the Northshore Inline Marathon. Currently, Andre is the nordic ski team development coach at St. Scholastica and also manages Continental Ski and Bike in Duluth. As a newly appointed board member, he will undoubtably provide valuable insight into helping the North Shore inline with developing the new Rollerski events.
Scott Soderberg – Treasurer
A native Duluthian, Scott graduated from Duluth East High School and UMD where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and played baseball. He is married to another UMD graduate from Eveleth, MN Mary and has two children, Eric who has skated every inline and Angie Toftey, who has completed darn near every one!
Scott has been involved with youth hockey as a coach and rink director, Duluth’s Harbortown Rotary Club as a past president, Voyageur Area Boy Scout Council as a board member, The Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival as the 2012 Co-Chair and as Transportation and Logistics Degree Advisory Board President at UWS.
Professionally, Scott has been in the food service industry for 35 years, for the past 30 and currently with Upper Lakes Foods, Inc. of Cloquet, MN.
Scott and Mary are Lester Park residents and he has skated 13 marathons with one of the most memorable being the race where he and Steve Sertich skated the race with Steve’s father Mark with Mark skating a time of 1:45 (at the tender age of 80), a record that still stands for the inline!
Employment: Moline Machinery, LLC., a leading manufacturer of industrial baking equipment.
Curt Dimberio was born and raised on the Iron Range. He graduated from Mountain Iron – Buhl High School and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He resides in Lakewood Township with his wife Stacey, daughters Cursta and Taran, and mother-in-law Lucille.
Curt has skated all but the first North Shore Inline Marathon. His other interests include building with logs, Nordic skiing, playing hockey, UMD Bulldog Hockey nights with his family, BWCA trips, hunting, fishing, and making pancakes.
Stacey’s Studio of Dance Education
Duluth Figure Skating Club
Wednesday night at the races
Light the Night walk for Leukemia/Lymphoma
Employment : Jay is a 3rd generation partner of his families jewelry store, Security Jewelers.
Jay, a graduate of the University of Minnesota Duluth (Communications), has been on the NorthShore Inline Marathon board since it’s first year in 1996. Also in1996 he established securityjewelers.com which at the time was a pioneer in the eCommerce jewelry field. Today, securityjewelers.com has established itself as one of the countries premier high end eCommerce jewelry stores.
A is a lifelong Duluth resident with 6 years away in Idaho, Colorado, Montana and Arizona and has been married to his wife Cara since 1987 and has 2 children, Michael and Kevin. Jay is a big booster of Duluth as a year round recreation area. His summer evenings are busy coaching little league and soccer. He is an avid downhill and cross country skier participating in those sports nearly his entire life and has been an inline skater since he received a pair as a father’s day gift in 1991. You can catch Jay skating almost every morning nearly year round on the lakewalk and other areas.
Community Involvement :
Charter member of the City of Duluth’s Charitable Gambling Commission–served six years.
Active member of Temple Israel (Jay always seems to be on some board within the organization).
Wade Lillegard, M.D.
Employment : Section Chief, Medical Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Duluth Clinic
Dr. Lillegard is a graduate of Carrol College, Helena MT (BS) and Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. He completed his Family Practice Residency through Martin Army Hospital and his Sports Medicine Fellowship through Michigan State University.
Dr. Lillegard resides in Duluth’s Lakeside area with his wife, Jayne and children Robert, Kathryn and Michael. He is a Col., Minnestoa Air Nation Guard and is a Gulf War veteran (Army). His interests include running, skiing, camping, biking, travel.
Editor, Handbook of Sports Medicine: a symptom oriented approach.
Author, 47 medical journal articles and textbook chapters
Editorial Board, Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine
Member and Chair, Sports Medicine Examination Committee Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Minnesota – Duluth
Founding Director, Uniformed Services Sports Medicine Fellowship Program
Community Involvement :
Co-company physician, Minnesota Ballet
Pool physician, U.S. Nordic Ski Team
Team physician, College of St. Scholastica
Medical team, Birkebeiner Ski Race.
Employment : Registered Nurse, Infection Control, St. Luke’s
Jane holds a BA in Nursing, College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN; MS in Nursing, University of Minnesota, Mpls; and national certifications in Infection Control and Diabetes Education
Jane lives on the Scenic North Shore along the race course! Her family includes spouse, Ken and 5 grown childres….Peder and grandson Thaden, Bryan (Tracy) and granddaughter Emmma, Jon (Brooke), Angela and Daniel. Jane is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, National Honor Society for Nurses, Minnesota Nurses’ Association, Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, American Diabetes Association.
Jane is also a competitive athlete participating in the USASA (USA Snowboard Association) National Championships 2005, second place in age group for Half-pipe, Alpine (Slalom and Giant Slalom) and Triple Overall (Freestyle, Alpine, and Boardercross)..she was a national qualifier the previous 3 years. Jane has placed first, second, and third in age group for various 5K running races and is a participant in the NorthShore Inline Marathon (family team “Gilberts and You”). Other interests include kayaking, cross country skiing, stained glass and knitting.
Executive Board: North Shore Community Association
Board of Directors, and past Chair: Western Lake Superior Sanitary District, Duluth City Planning Commission, and Duluth Transit Authority
Graduate-Wauwatosa East HS (Milwaukee, Wis.)
Graduate-Univ. of Wis.-Superior (BS/MA)
Graduate (Honors)-Wis. State Patrol Academy-Wis. Law Enforcement Officer Recruit School
Wis. Dept. of Justice-Law Enforcement Officer Certification
Former State & County Law Enforcement Officer (Wis.)
Former Douglas County Board Supervisor- 4 terms
Disabled/Decorated U.S. Army veteran (Vietnam)
Previous Empl – Genke’s Pharmacy – Wauwatosa, Wi
Previous Empl – Steiner American Corp. – American Industrial Service
Previous Empl – KDAL-TV (CBS) & Radio – Duluth, Mn
Previous Empl – Douglas County Agent
Previous Empl – Wis. Dept. of Natural Resources Bureau of Law Enforcement
Previous Empl – Douglas County Sheriff’s Dept.
Retired from the Mn Dept of Transportation after 30 yrs of service
Upon retirement, was honored by the Mn Senate (87th Legis. Session) with the passage of Senate Resolution 91
President- Renegade Theater Company
Director, Past President & Founding Director- Northshore Inline Marathon
Member- VFW Post 137
Life Member – Disabled American Veterans (DAV)Gilbert Nordman Chapter #6
Member- Park Point Community Club
Member- Duluth Sail & Power Squadron
Member/Shareholder- Sand Point Yacht Club
Member- Kiwanis Club of Friendly Duluth
Member- National Rifle Association
Member-Douglas County (Wis) Fish and Game League (Past Director, Treasurer & co-founder of the League’s annual Sports and Recreation Show)
Member-Northwestern Gun Club
Employment: Development Director at Minnesota Teen Challenge-Northland
Keith is a MSgt with the 148th FW Minnesota Air National Guard and a Gulf War Vet. He is the proud father to Todd, Jeremy and Summer Johnson and grandpa to Gabe and Lilly-Ann.
• Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce (Past Board of Directors)
• Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors (Past Chair}
• Bong Chapter Air Force Association (Chair)
• Kiwanis Club of Friendly Duluth (Vice President)
• Member of Duluth Area Hall of Fame Committee
• Duluth Area Speed Skating Club Board
• WDSE Community Advisory Committee
• Past member, Refuge Media Group Board of Directors
• Past member, Valley Youth Center Board of Directors
Christopher A. Dahlberg
• St. Louis County Board (2009 – Present)
o Chair: Environment & Natural Resources Committee
o Vice Chair: Northern Counties Land Use Coordinating Board
o Arrowhead Regional Corrections Board
o St. Louis County Planning Commission
o St. Louis County Liquor Licensing Committee
• Duluth City Council (1992-1994)
• President, Dahlberg Law Office, P.A.
• Admitted practice in all Minnesota courts and U.S. District Court for Minnesota
• Member Eleventh District Bar Association
• J.D. Law – University of Minnesota Law School
• M.A. Public Policy – University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (Humphrey Institute)
• B.A. Political Science—University of Minnesota, Duluth
• A.A. Mandarin Chinese –Defense Language Institute/Presidio, Monterey, CA
• U.S. Army Reserves: 23 + years
• Major—Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps
o Current Assignment: BJA (Brigade Judge Advocate) 330th Medical Brigade, Ft. Sheridan, Illinois
• Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004 – 2005): Baghdad, Iraq
o Assigned as Economic Team Chief to Governorate Support Team where I was responsible for coordinating military efforts on economic development with Iraqi Nationals, NGOs, IGOs, State Department and foreign national military troops.
• Advance Course: Judge Advocate General
• Advance Course: Combat Engineer
• Advance Course: Civil Affairs
• NFIB (National Federation of Independent Businesses)
• Lake Superior Zoological Society Board of Directors
• Bethany Crisis Shelter Advisory Committee
• YMCA Youth Services Committee
• Knights of Columbus
• Lion’s Club
• Harbortown Rotary
• Reserve Officers’ Association
• Military Officers’ Association
• American Legion Post #71
• VFW Post #137
• Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC)
• National Association of Counties (NaCO)
• Minnesota Inter-County Association (MICA)
• Camping in BWCA
- 1990 Graduate of Two Harbors
- 1995 Graduate of University Wisconsin – Superior with BS in Education
- High School Volleyball coach for 12 years
- Realtor for 15 years
- Parent of Tim (16) Tori (12)
- The Two Harbors Chamber Board
- Women of the Moose #109 Chairperson
Skeeter Moore – Executive Director
Skeeter Moore brings over 15 years of marketing, public relations and development experience to the NorthShore Inline Marathon. Moore is a former UMD and professional hockey player, and graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a Bachelors degree in Communications.
Moore, who spent 5 years in marketing and development at the University of Duluth Minnesota Athletics, sees tremendous growth potential in the event, and believes a great deal of this potential comes from the race location and beautiful course.
Skeeter served as committee chair for a 40 person Athletic Committee which coordinates events and activities for a 250 plus membership for the Duluth Rotary 25. Other community involvement includes: Advisory Board Member for the Jim Morrissey Youth Athletic Foundation, Vice President Schultz Lake, Lake Association, Neighbors of Lower Chester Park Board Member, Lake Superior Fund Raising Executives, Volunteer Youth athletic coach, hockey, soccer and baseball, and he has raised over $28,000 for the past nine years as a volunteer rider for the Blackwoods Blizzard Tour snowmobile ride to raise funds to find a cure for ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Tone Coughlin – Race Director
Tone brings 18 years of previous race experience to the inline marathon as a former elite cyclist and four year race director for the Duluth Classic Stage Race. He also competed in inline skating, xc-skiing, running, triathlon, and swimming all over North America and twice as a professional in Central America.
From 2002 to 2010, Tone coached swimmers and triathletes at Cloquet High School and the North Shore Swim Club of UMD as the head coach of each program. He is still coaching working with the Duluth Marshall Boys’ swim program.
Coughlin is currently training and racing sprint sled dogs and maintaining a small kennel of 14 professional athletes. Visit Endurance Kennels.