Bob Magg

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Bob Magg is a member of the board of directors of the White Mountain Aquatic Foundation, a 501(3)c nonprofit organization that was created to establish a multiple-use aquatic center in the Mt. Washington Valley in the state of New Hampshire. The purpose of the proposed aquatic center is to provide aquatic education, recreation, safety, competition, fitness and rehabilitation services to the local community that will enhance the health and quality of life, and strengthen the ties of community for its residents and visitors.

Magg graduated from The Polytechnic Institute and The University of Santa Clara. He worked for the manufacturing arm of the former Bell System with positions in engineering, installation, manufacturing, and labor relations. He has also been a club president, meet director, team manager, USA Official, an American Swimming Coaches Association certified coach and head coach for a number of swim teams. He also has been involved with the planning of new pools, conducted stroke clinics for swimmers and their parents and has introduced several swimming innovations to the sport.

White Mountain Aquatic Foundation

The White Mountain Aquatic Foundation leadership includes Jeff Rothen (President), Maury McKinney (Vice President), Nelle Killourie (Treasurer), Tricia Mattox-Larson (Secretary), Bob Magg (Board Member), Bob Schrader (Board Member), David Shafer (Board Member), and Jim Soroka (Board Member).

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