Larry E. Riley is a trial lawyer and a senior partner in the 35 lawyer Missoula law firm of Garlington, Lohn & Robinson. He also serves as a Guest Lecturer at the University of Montana School of Law. Larry previously served 15 years on the Summit Board of Directors in two different terms. His daughter, Christine, works for The Lane County Independent Living Alliance in Eugene, Oregon. He has worked with a number of nonprofit organizations including Camp-Mak-A-Dream, the YMCA, Big Brothers and Sisters of Missoula, the Poverello Center and the Institute of Medicine and Humanity.
Larry, and his wife Dianna, are the parents of five children and the grandparents of five grandchildren.
Randy Morigeau is a semi-retired disability advocate who came to Montana in 1979 from the state of Washington. He is an original Summit Board member who has spent his life working for various tribal agencies and other organizational boards and committees. Randy has also spent time as a peer and a mentor. He has worked to improve building access in Montana and has spoken to the legislature about disability issues.
Randy is a Minnesota Vikings fan who says he enjoys his home in Polson and his wonderful friends and family.