William C. Vanderweele, Jr.Vice President
Bill graduated from Muskegon Community College in 1982 with a business management degree and is the President and owner of Weber Lumber.
He has been married for 29 years to his lovely wife, Lori Beth Vanderweele. Together they have 2 sons, Holden who is 22 years old, and Braden who is 25 years old.
He also has 5 pets that share his home; Jake and Cody are the lucky dogs and Oscar and Sophie are rescued cats. Little Rudy, the puppy, is the newest member that was adopted from Noah Project in December 2017.
Bill also volunteers his time to the Muskegon Habitat for Humanity building committee and has been a committee member for 16 years.
In his spare time, you will find him on the golf course or spending time with his family and his pets!
Gayle L. AdamsSecretary
Gayle was born and raised in Lander, Wyoming, made a 31-year transition to South Florida, and when they retired in 2017, moved to Fruitport with her husband, Randy, who is a Muskegon native.
Gayle is a retired healthcare HR professional and Law Office Administrator with many years of experience in the private and public sector, including serving on several boards. Her love of animals made Noah Project an easy choice when she was looking for a non-profit to volunteer her time.
The Adams family adopted Rudy, a Pom mix, and Jinger, a Yorkie mix from Noah Project. In addition to their four-legged children, Gayle and Randy have 4 sons and 1 daughter who have blessed them with 14 grandchildren! When she isn't at Noah Project, Gayle enjoys gardening and traveling.