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Scott Thompson

stbs1234@gmail.com
Phone: 205.743.8379

Scott is a life-long Alabama resident. He taught music in the Jefferson County schools for 25 years and is a graduate of Jacksonville State, with a graduate degree from Livingston University. Scott is an alumnus of the famed Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps and remains an active booster, supporter and advisor to the Scouts.

Scott has been a part of the Stanbury family since he was a young boy, as his father James is a long-time and well-loved Stanbury rep. Scott is proud to join his father in serving the needs of Alabama band programs.

Scott Thompson lives in Cold Springs, Alabama with his wife Jenny and children Ty and Kylie.

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Patrick Seidling

pseidling@stanbury.com
Cell: 626-394-0073
20901 Dumetz Rd
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Patrick Seidling is the Stanbury Uniforms Regional Manager for the California, Arizona and Nevada territories and supports artist relations for all drum and bugle corps partnerships.

Seidling joined the Stanbury team in 2007, after an award-winning career in drum and bugle corps management, public school education and as an instructor, adjudicator and clinician for marching bands and drum corps across the United States, Holland, South Africa, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico and Brazil.

Seidling remains active in the marching arts activity by serving as Corps Director and Tour Manager for the world-renown Blue Devils drum and bugle corps, a role he has held since 2014.

Before his time with the Blue Devils, Seidling was Director of the Phantom Regiment from 2001 through 2006, a period that saw the corps rise from the bottom of DCI’s top 12 to earning a Silver Medal. In 2003 he received Drum Corps International’s coveted Dr. Bernard Bagg’s Award for Outstanding Leadership. Pat joined the Blue Devils organization in 2007 and became Tour Manager/Corps Director for the world-renown corps in 2014.

Seidling was also an assistant director in the Madison Scouts organization and served as director of Kentucky’s Southwind Drum and Bugle Corps. Pat has worked with the Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps and the multi-time WGI world champion Music City Mystique indoor drum line and was a member of the famed Madison Scouts.

Seidling has extensive experience in the scholastic music education world. He was a student leader in his high school music program, a 3-year member of the Louisiana State University Golden Band from Tigerland and as a classroom teacher, Pat earned the “Outstanding Teacher of the Year” award from the Victorville (California) school district in 1992.

Seidling also serves as a consultant for television, commercial and film studios, including serving as a costume advisor for the hit TV series GLEE! and Grease Live.

Pat is an avid college football fan, enjoys international travel with his lovely wife Tamee and lives in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Patrick Seidling

pseidling@stanbury.com
Cell: 626-394-0073
20901 Dumetz Rd
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Patrick Seidling is the Stanbury Uniforms Regional Manager for the California, Arizona and Nevada territories and supports artist relations for all drum and bugle corps partnerships.

Seidling joined the Stanbury team in 2007, after an award-winning career in drum and bugle corps management, public school education and as an instructor, adjudicator and clinician for marching bands and drum corps across the United States, Holland, South Africa, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico and Brazil.

Seidling remains active in the marching arts activity by serving as Corps Director and Tour Manager for the world-renown Blue Devils drum and bugle corps, a role he has held since 2014.

Before his time with the Blue Devils, Seidling was Director of the Phantom Regiment from 2001 through 2006, a period that saw the corps rise from the bottom of DCI’s top 12 to earning a Silver Medal. In 2003 he received Drum Corps International’s coveted Dr. Bernard Bagg’s Award for Outstanding Leadership. Pat joined the Blue Devils organization in 2007 and became Tour Manager/Corps Director for the world-renown corps in 2014.

Seidling was also an assistant director in the Madison Scouts organization and served as director of Kentucky’s Southwind Drum and Bugle Corps. Pat has worked with the Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps and the multi-time WGI world champion Music City Mystique indoor drum line and was a member of the famed Madison Scouts.

Seidling has extensive experience in the scholastic music education world. He was a student leader in his high school music program, a 3-year member of the Louisiana State University Golden Band from Tigerland and as a classroom teacher, Pat earned the “Outstanding Teacher of the Year” award from the Victorville (California) school district in 1992.

Seidling also serves as a consultant for television, commercial and film studios, including serving as a costume advisor for the hit TV series GLEE! and Grease Live.

Pat is an avid college football fan, enjoys international travel with his lovely wife Tamee and lives in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Ron Hardin

ronhardin@me.com
Cell: 402.651.7500

Ron Hardin serves as the Regional Sales Manager for North Texas. A life-long resident of the Midwest, Ron now resides in Waikoloa, HI and spends about half the year in TX and NE working for Stanbury and teaching high school bands.

Rons show designs can be seen on bands throughout the country. He has also consulted with the Blue Stars and Bluecoats. As a drill designer, Ron is very active and closely connected with the pageantry activity. Ron has designed hundreds of shows for bands, drum lines, winter guards and drum corps.

Ron is in demand as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the world, having done many clinics throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Since 1999, Ron has served as a visual judge for Winter Guard International, annually adjudicating for many circuits, regionals and world championships.

Ron has performed judging clinics for NMEA, NSBA, WGI, several indoor percussion circuits and the Judging Association of Mid America. Ron has produced several instructional videos, and has appeared in WGIs Meet the Judge series. He has also recorded several podcasts with Marching Roundtable.

His show designs have appeared in several BOA regional finals, won numerous state championships, circuit contests and have won three WGI Percussion Gold Medals.

As an instructor, Ron has been a part of teams earning six DCI World Championships and ten High Visual Awards, including the 2012, 2013 and 2016 John Brazale Best Visual Award, and the 2013 and 2015 Steve Brubaker Best General Effect Award.

Rons experience in the drum corps activity is extensive, spanning over twenty years. As a performer, he spent the 1991 and 1992 seasons with the Star of Indiana. Upon the completion of his performing career, Ron joined the Blue Devils as a member of their visual staff. After eight seasons, he then spent five years as the Visual Caption Head of the Santa Clara Vanguard. Ron then went on to spend four years as Visual Caption Head of the Canton Bluecoats before taking his current position as Visual Caption Head of the World Champion Carolina Crown, where he has served since 2011.

In addition to instructing, Ron has designed visual programs for Yamato, Pride of the Lions, Magic of Orlando, Minnesota Brass, Legends and Pioneer. He has also served as Visual Coordinator for the Blue Stars. Ron has served as an instructor representative on the DCI Instructors Task Force and on the DCI Medical Project Advisory Board.

In everyday life, Ron Hardin most recently served as the director of Bands at Papillion – La Vista South High School. Ron took this position in 2014, and has quickly built the program to a national level program over two years. Prior to that appointment, Ron was the director of Bands at Bellevue East High School for 14 years, and led the Chieftains to many successful performances in all areas, including Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Jazz Bands, Indoor and Concert Percussion, Chamber Ensembles and Indoor Color Guard. Under his watch, the band programs have performed in ten different states.

Ron also has extensive history as a professional music educator and performer. He was the founder and past conductor of the Diablo Wind Symphony, and was the Director of Bands for six years at Clayton Vally High School in Concord, California, where he served as president of the Contra Costa County Band Directors Association and Vice-President and Contest Coordinator of the Western Band Association.

In addition, he was the recipient of the Jack R. Snyder Young Band Director Award.

Ron has also served two terms as the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association Marching Band Chair. When he is not teaching or conducting, Ron finds time to play bass trombone with several ensembles. His greatest pride and joy is his family: his wife, Molly, and their daughters, Emma and Celeste.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Eric Sabach bio pic with Stanbury Marching Band Uniforms Texas Consultant Representative

Eric Sabach

Florida

ericsabach@gmail.com
Cell: 317.443.9868

Eric Sabach, originally from Englewood, NJ, is a sales and brand/product marketing professional in the school products industry, specializing in music and arts education.

He attended West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania and studied Music Education. Soon after college, he was hired by Jostens, Inc. as a sales representative in their printing and publishing division. There his success was marked by working with some of the highest profile accounts in the company, such as, The United States Military Academy at West Point, Cornell University, Columbia University, FIT – Fashion Institute of Technology and many others. Eric has won many high honors for design from associations, such as, the Columbia Scholastic Press, and also the Printing Industry of America. His career path then led him into a sales management position and then a marketing position of which he has won awards for creativity in marketing. He has also worked with the NFL, MLB, NHL, and many of the Fortune 1000 companies in the NJ/NYC area.

Eric has also been actively involved in the marching band and drum corps world having marched with the Garfield Cadets during their early championship years. He has also been part of the faculty of the Star of Indiana and Phantom Regiment. He was the Director of the Blue Stars when they ascended back into DCI Finals and, most recently, has been the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Carolina Crown, helping them further develop their brand strategy and also creating new products and markets to support their non-profit program.

Erics adjudication background includes DCI, BOA, and WGI and he is a designer/clinician across the United States with many state and national finalists and championships.

An avid sports and live music fan, Eric resides in Spring, TX. He enjoys riding his Harley-Davidson, traveling and watching his Golden Retriever, Bailey Jo, chase after her tennis ball.

Kathy Pickens

kpickens@stanbury.com
Phone: 864.895.4351
Toll Free: 888.295.9908

Kathy Pickens began her career in band uniform sales in 1978, and has been a representative for Stanbury Uniforms for over 20 years. Tagged with Kathy’s Enterprises, Kathy is able to supply her customers with a full line of apparel and accessories. Over the years, Kathy has developed a large group of friends that love to gather in her booth at conventions. Gary Roberts, Stanbury president, said, “it’s more like a family than a sales convention. Kathy’s longevity in this industry has given her great insight into innovative designs that are comfortable to wear and practical in everyday use.”

Ron Hardin

ronhardin@me.com
Cell: 402.651.7500

Ron Hardin serves as the Regional Sales Manager for North Texas. A life-long resident of the Midwest, Ron now resides in Waikoloa, HI and spends about half the year in TX and NE working for Stanbury and teaching high school bands.

Rons show designs can be seen on bands throughout the country. He has also consulted with the Blue Stars and Bluecoats. As a drill designer, Ron is very active and closely connected with the pageantry activity. Ron has designed hundreds of shows for bands, drum lines, winter guards and drum corps.

Ron is in demand as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the world, having done many clinics throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Since 1999, Ron has served as a visual judge for Winter Guard International, annually adjudicating for many circuits, regionals and world championships.

Ron has performed judging clinics for NMEA, NSBA, WGI, several indoor percussion circuits and the Judging Association of Mid America. Ron has produced several instructional videos, and has appeared in WGIs Meet the Judge series. He has also recorded several podcasts with Marching Roundtable.

His show designs have appeared in several BOA regional finals, won numerous state championships, circuit contests and have won three WGI Percussion Gold Medals.

As an instructor, Ron has been a part of teams earning six DCI World Championships and ten High Visual Awards, including the 2012, 2013 and 2016 John Brazale Best Visual Award, and the 2013 and 2015 Steve Brubaker Best General Effect Award.

Rons experience in the drum corps activity is extensive, spanning over twenty years. As a performer, he spent the 1991 and 1992 seasons with the Star of Indiana. Upon the completion of his performing career, Ron joined the Blue Devils as a member of their visual staff. After eight seasons, he then spent five years as the Visual Caption Head of the Santa Clara Vanguard. Ron then went on to spend four years as Visual Caption Head of the Canton Bluecoats before taking his current position as Visual Caption Head of the World Champion Carolina Crown, where he has served since 2011.

In addition to instructing, Ron has designed visual programs for Yamato, Pride of the Lions, Magic of Orlando, Minnesota Brass, Legends and Pioneer. He has also served as Visual Coordinator for the Blue Stars. Ron has served as an instructor representative on the DCI Instructors Task Force and on the DCI Medical Project Advisory Board.

In everyday life, Ron Hardin most recently served as the director of Bands at Papillion – La Vista South High School. Ron took this position in 2014, and has quickly built the program to a national level program over two years. Prior to that appointment, Ron was the director of Bands at Bellevue East High School for 14 years, and led the Chieftains to many successful performances in all areas, including Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Jazz Bands, Indoor and Concert Percussion, Chamber Ensembles and Indoor Color Guard. Under his watch, the band programs have performed in ten different states.

Ron also has extensive history as a professional music educator and performer. He was the founder and past conductor of the Diablo Wind Symphony, and was the Director of Bands for six years at Clayton Vally High School in Concord, California, where he served as president of the Contra Costa County Band Directors Association and Vice-President and Contest Coordinator of the Western Band Association.

In addition, he was the recipient of the Jack R. Snyder Young Band Director Award.

Ron has also served two terms as the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association Marching Band Chair. When he is not teaching or conducting, Ron finds time to play bass trombone with several ensembles. His greatest pride and joy is his family: his wife, Molly, and their daughters, Emma and Celeste.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Paul Phillips & Paul Bessette

bandmans@aol.com
Phone: 800.323.3770
Paul Bessette’s Cell: 815.474.8988
Paul Phillips’ Cell: 312.316.1922

1304 Enterprise Drive, Suite B
Romeoville, IL 60446

Pat Butler

pbutler@stanbury.com
Phone: 317.753.2040

Brent Turner Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Consultant Representative for Wisconsin Iowa and Minnesota Web

Brent Turner

bturner@stanbury.com
Phone: 612.743.8760

Brent Turner, M.Ed, – has been passionate about music and the marching arts since beginning to play trumpet in Des Moines, Iowa at Western Hills Elementary School. His experiences include solo trumpet, quintet, orchestra, concert band, wind ensemble, jazz band and marching band at all levels of K-12 public education and at the University of Minnesota. Brent was drum major at Parkway West High School in 1986 where he also received the John Phillips Sousa award. He was a member of the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps from 1987-1989 and continued teaching the Scouts through 1996. His experiences in the University of Minnesota Marching Band as rank lieutenant and section leader broadened his definition and passion for the marching arts.

Brent is a clinician for drum majors and visual programs in the upper Midwest. He continues his public music advocacy through his Youth In Music organization (www.youthinmusic.org) which sponsors scholarships, clinics, band camps and an Upper Midwest

Championships in the HHH Metrodome late in October.

Brent joins the Stanbury Uniform family after teaching at Eden Prairie High School in Minnesota for 12 years. He currently lives in Apple Valley, MN which is the geographic center of the MN, IA, and WI territory he serves. Turner continues to play his trumpet and conduct local ensembles in community & church events. He looks forward to meeting, creating, and matching you with the best Stanbury Uniform products for your band, orchestra, and marching band. No project too big or small.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Pat Butler

pbutler@stanbury.com
Phone: 317.753.2040

Will Green

Lafayette Music Company
wgreen@stanbury.com
Phone: 800.999.1625
Cell: 337.277.7791

Will Green received a Bachelor in Music Education in 1976, and a Masters in Music Education in 1978.

Will does many clinics and adjudicates in his area. He is also a member of an eight piece band called “First Class.”

He has been employed at Lafayette Music since 1979 and has sold Stanbury uniforms since 1980.

His wife, Joan Green, is a band director at L.J. Alleman Middle School. They have 5 children together.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Greg Francis

gfrancis@stanbury.com
Phone: 517.204.4516

Brent Turner Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Consultant Representative for Wisconsin Iowa and Minnesota Web

Brent Turner

bturner@stanbury.com
Phone: 612.743.8760

Brent Turner, M.Ed, – has been passionate about music and the marching arts since beginning to play trumpet in Des Moines, Iowa at Western Hills Elementary School. His experiences include solo trumpet, quintet, orchestra, concert band, wind ensemble, jazz band and marching band at all levels of K-12 public education and at the University of Minnesota. Brent was drum major at Parkway West High School in 1986 where he also received the John Phillips Sousa award. He was a member of the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps from 1987-1989 and continued teaching the Scouts through 1996. His experiences in the University of Minnesota Marching Band as rank lieutenant and section leader broadened his definition and passion for the marching arts.

Brent is a clinician for drum majors and visual programs in the upper Midwest. He continues his public music advocacy through his Youth In Music organization (www.youthinmusic.org) which sponsors scholarships, clinics, band camps and an Upper Midwest

Championships in the HHH Metrodome late in October.

Brent joins the Stanbury Uniform family after teaching at Eden Prairie High School in Minnesota for 12 years. He currently lives in Apple Valley, MN which is the geographic center of the MN, IA, and WI territory he serves. Turner continues to play his trumpet and conduct local ensembles in community & church events. He looks forward to meeting, creating, and matching you with the best Stanbury Uniform products for your band, orchestra, and marching band. No project too big or small.

Craig Burnham

cburnham@stanbury.com
Phone: 601.853.2922
Cell: 601.918.8202
Toll Free: 800.729.0535
Fax: 601.853.2821
Website: burnhament.com

Craig Burnham has served Mississippi schools since 1984, over three out of every four bands are currently wearing Stanbury Uniforms. Mississippi Directors recognize Stanbury and Burnham as having the best uniform and service available, as well as the most reasonable prices.

Burnham also has assisted groups with fundraising needs since 1984 offering premium quality products.

He received a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Mississippi. Burnham taught band for five and a half years before forming Burnham Enterprises, LLC. Originally from Jackson, Mississippi he is married to the former Linda Heiden, who serves as office manager for his company. They have two children, and two grandchildren. His hobbies include boating.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Ron Hardin

ronhardin@me.com
Cell: 402.651.7500

Ron Hardin serves as the Regional Sales Manager for North Texas. A life-long resident of the Midwest, Ron now resides in Waikoloa, HI and spends about half the year in TX and NE working for Stanbury and teaching high school bands.

Rons show designs can be seen on bands throughout the country. He has also consulted with the Blue Stars and Bluecoats. As a drill designer, Ron is very active and closely connected with the pageantry activity. Ron has designed hundreds of shows for bands, drum lines, winter guards and drum corps.

Ron is in demand as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the world, having done many clinics throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Since 1999, Ron has served as a visual judge for Winter Guard International, annually adjudicating for many circuits, regionals and world championships.

Ron has performed judging clinics for NMEA, NSBA, WGI, several indoor percussion circuits and the Judging Association of Mid America. Ron has produced several instructional videos, and has appeared in WGIs Meet the Judge series. He has also recorded several podcasts with Marching Roundtable.

His show designs have appeared in several BOA regional finals, won numerous state championships, circuit contests and have won three WGI Percussion Gold Medals.

As an instructor, Ron has been a part of teams earning six DCI World Championships and ten High Visual Awards, including the 2012, 2013 and 2016 John Brazale Best Visual Award, and the 2013 and 2015 Steve Brubaker Best General Effect Award.

Rons experience in the drum corps activity is extensive, spanning over twenty years. As a performer, he spent the 1991 and 1992 seasons with the Star of Indiana. Upon the completion of his performing career, Ron joined the Blue Devils as a member of their visual staff. After eight seasons, he then spent five years as the Visual Caption Head of the Santa Clara Vanguard. Ron then went on to spend four years as Visual Caption Head of the Canton Bluecoats before taking his current position as Visual Caption Head of the World Champion Carolina Crown, where he has served since 2011.

In addition to instructing, Ron has designed visual programs for Yamato, Pride of the Lions, Magic of Orlando, Minnesota Brass, Legends and Pioneer. He has also served as Visual Coordinator for the Blue Stars. Ron has served as an instructor representative on the DCI Instructors Task Force and on the DCI Medical Project Advisory Board.

In everyday life, Ron Hardin most recently served as the director of Bands at Papillion – La Vista South High School. Ron took this position in 2014, and has quickly built the program to a national level program over two years. Prior to that appointment, Ron was the director of Bands at Bellevue East High School for 14 years, and led the Chieftains to many successful performances in all areas, including Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Jazz Bands, Indoor and Concert Percussion, Chamber Ensembles and Indoor Color Guard. Under his watch, the band programs have performed in ten different states.

Ron also has extensive history as a professional music educator and performer. He was the founder and past conductor of the Diablo Wind Symphony, and was the Director of Bands for six years at Clayton Vally High School in Concord, California, where he served as president of the Contra Costa County Band Directors Association and Vice-President and Contest Coordinator of the Western Band Association.

In addition, he was the recipient of the Jack R. Snyder Young Band Director Award.

Ron has also served two terms as the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association Marching Band Chair. When he is not teaching or conducting, Ron finds time to play bass trombone with several ensembles. His greatest pride and joy is his family: his wife, Molly, and their daughters, Emma and Celeste.

Patrick Seidling

pseidling@stanbury.com
Cell: 626-394-0073
20901 Dumetz Rd
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Patrick Seidling is the Stanbury Uniforms Regional Manager for the California, Arizona and Nevada territories and supports artist relations for all drum and bugle corps partnerships.

Seidling joined the Stanbury team in 2007, after an award-winning career in drum and bugle corps management, public school education and as an instructor, adjudicator and clinician for marching bands and drum corps across the United States, Holland, South Africa, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico and Brazil.

Seidling remains active in the marching arts activity by serving as Corps Director and Tour Manager for the world-renown Blue Devils drum and bugle corps, a role he has held since 2014.

Before his time with the Blue Devils, Seidling was Director of the Phantom Regiment from 2001 through 2006, a period that saw the corps rise from the bottom of DCI’s top 12 to earning a Silver Medal. In 2003 he received Drum Corps International’s coveted Dr. Bernard Bagg’s Award for Outstanding Leadership. Pat joined the Blue Devils organization in 2007 and became Tour Manager/Corps Director for the world-renown corps in 2014.

Seidling was also an assistant director in the Madison Scouts organization and served as director of Kentucky’s Southwind Drum and Bugle Corps. Pat has worked with the Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps and the multi-time WGI world champion Music City Mystique indoor drum line and was a member of the famed Madison Scouts.

Seidling has extensive experience in the scholastic music education world. He was a student leader in his high school music program, a 3-year member of the Louisiana State University Golden Band from Tigerland and as a classroom teacher, Pat earned the “Outstanding Teacher of the Year” award from the Victorville (California) school district in 1992.

Seidling also serves as a consultant for television, commercial and film studios, including serving as a costume advisor for the hit TV series GLEE! and Grease Live.

Pat is an avid college football fan, enjoys international travel with his lovely wife Tamee and lives in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Dwight Miller Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Representative

Dwight Miller

Banding Together
dwightmiller@bandingtogetherllc.com
Toll free: 833-549-7664
Cell: 330-307-1121

Dwight has had many years of experience successfully working with band directors to design and create a uniform that fits their marching style. He is married and has three children. They are recognized internationally as Kent Ohio’s tallest family.

David Glasgow former Executive Director of the Bluecoats Stanbury Sales Rep in New York Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia Marching Band Drum Corps Color Guard Bands Uniforms

David Glasgow

Banding Together
davidglasgow@bandingtogetherllc.com
Phone: 330-353-3999

For 15 years, David Glasgow served as the Executive Director of the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a world renowned youth performing arts organization based in Canton, Ohio, and a member of Drum Corps International (DCI). David brings a strong business and sales background to his position with Stanbury, as well as a complete understanding of the unique needs of a modern marching music ensemble.

During his tenure, David led the Bluecoats to unprecedented levels of competitive and organizational success. Under his leadership, from 2004-2018 the corps made DCI finals each season, including five Top 3 finishes and the World Championship in 2016. In addition, he was twice named DCI Director of the Year (2006, 2014) and was inducted into the Bluecoats Hall of Fame in 2017. In 2017, he founded Bluecoats Indoor, a winter guard program of the Bluecoats and WGI World Class finalist in their inaugural season in 2018.

David continues to serve the Bluecoats in the position of Executive Advisor, providing support for the organization’s management, design and instructional teams. In addition, he continues as a member of the DCI Board of Directors.

David Glasgow is originally from Hartford, Michigan, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University. He lives in North Canton, Ohio with his wife Genevieve and daughters Gillian and Marijke.

Mike Whittemore

The Band Room
mwhittemore@stanbury.com
Toll Free: 866.757.2263
Fax: 828.245.7842
Cell: 704.472.6117

Mike Whittemore has been a member of the Stanbury team for over two decades and serves as a member of the Stanbury Board of Directors.

Mike has been involved with band most of his life. As a member of the East Rutherford High School Marching Band in Forest City, North Carolilna, he participated in a fourteen day tour of Europe. In 1972, he was a member of the “Festival of States” National Championship Band. While attending a small college in South Carolina, he toured during the summer of 1977 with the Blue Stars Drum & Bugle Corps of LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The Blue Stars finished 6th in the DCI finals at Denver, Colorado’s Mile High Stadium that year. After graduating college, Mike spent one year as an assistant band director in South Carloina and three years as a band director in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Mike has had many years of experience working with all types and sizes of bands. He has worked with BOA regional finalists as well as bands with as few as thirty members. He is proud to have worked with many colleges and universities, including Hampton University, Appalachian State University, Wake Forest University, Duke University and the Univeristy of South Carolina.

Mike would consider it a pleasure to work with you to help your band look its absolute best. He can guide your through the complete purchasing process and make it as simple as possible. Meetings, sketches, samples, bid specifications and measuring are among the services that he is eager and happy to provide.

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Dwight Miller Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Representative

Dwight Miller

Banding Together
dwightmiller@bandingtogetherllc.com
Toll free: 833-549-7664
Cell: 330-307-1121

Dwight has had many years of experience successfully working with band directors to design and create a uniform that fits their marching style. He is married and has three children. They are recognized internationally as Kent Ohio’s tallest family.

David Glasgow former Executive Director of the Bluecoats Stanbury Sales Rep in New York Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia Marching Band Drum Corps Color Guard Bands Uniforms

David Glasgow

Banding Together
davidglasgow@bandingtogetherllc.com
Phone: 330-353-3999

For 15 years, David Glasgow served as the Executive Director of the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a world renowned youth performing arts organization based in Canton, Ohio, and a member of Drum Corps International (DCI). David brings a strong business and sales background to his position with Stanbury, as well as a complete understanding of the unique needs of a modern marching music ensemble.

During his tenure, David led the Bluecoats to unprecedented levels of competitive and organizational success. Under his leadership, from 2004-2018 the corps made DCI finals each season, including five Top 3 finishes and the World Championship in 2016. In addition, he was twice named DCI Director of the Year (2006, 2014) and was inducted into the Bluecoats Hall of Fame in 2017. In 2017, he founded Bluecoats Indoor, a winter guard program of the Bluecoats and WGI World Class finalist in their inaugural season in 2018.

David continues to serve the Bluecoats in the position of Executive Advisor, providing support for the organization’s management, design and instructional teams. In addition, he continues as a member of the DCI Board of Directors.

David Glasgow is originally from Hartford, Michigan, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University. He lives in North Canton, Ohio with his wife Genevieve and daughters Gillian and Marijke.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Dwight Miller Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Representative

Dwight Miller

Banding Together
dwightmiller@bandingtogetherllc.com
Toll free: 833-549-7664
Cell: 330-307-1121

Dwight has had many years of experience successfully working with band directors to design and create a uniform that fits their marching style. He is married and has three children. They are recognized internationally as Kent Ohio’s tallest family.

David Glasgow former Executive Director of the Bluecoats Stanbury Sales Rep in New York Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia Marching Band Drum Corps Color Guard Bands Uniforms

David Glasgow

Banding Together
davidglasgow@bandingtogetherllc.com
Phone: 330-353-3999

For 15 years, David Glasgow served as the Executive Director of the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a world renowned youth performing arts organization based in Canton, Ohio, and a member of Drum Corps International (DCI). David brings a strong business and sales background to his position with Stanbury, as well as a complete understanding of the unique needs of a modern marching music ensemble.

During his tenure, David led the Bluecoats to unprecedented levels of competitive and organizational success. Under his leadership, from 2004-2018 the corps made DCI finals each season, including five Top 3 finishes and the World Championship in 2016. In addition, he was twice named DCI Director of the Year (2006, 2014) and was inducted into the Bluecoats Hall of Fame in 2017. In 2017, he founded Bluecoats Indoor, a winter guard program of the Bluecoats and WGI World Class finalist in their inaugural season in 2018.

David continues to serve the Bluecoats in the position of Executive Advisor, providing support for the organization’s management, design and instructional teams. In addition, he continues as a member of the DCI Board of Directors.

David Glasgow is originally from Hartford, Michigan, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University. He lives in North Canton, Ohio with his wife Genevieve and daughters Gillian and Marijke.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Kathy Pickens

kpickens@stanbury.com
Phone: 864.895.4351
Toll Free: 888.295.9908

Kathy Pickens began her career in band uniform sales in 1978, and has been a representative for Stanbury Uniforms for over 20 years. Tagged with Kathy’s Enterprises, Kathy is able to supply her customers with a full line of apparel and accessories. Over the years, Kathy has developed a large group of friends that love to gather in her booth at conventions. Gary Roberts, Stanbury president, said, “it’s more like a family than a sales convention. Kathy’s longevity in this industry has given her great insight into innovative designs that are comfortable to wear and practical in everyday use.”

Mike Whittemore

The Band Room
mwhittemore@stanbury.com
Toll Free: 866.757.2263
Fax: 828.245.7842
Cell: 704.472.6117

Mike Whittemore has been a member of the Stanbury team for over two decades and serves as a member of the Stanbury Board of Directors.

Mike has been involved with band most of his life. As a member of the East Rutherford High School Marching Band in Forest City, North Carolilna, he participated in a fourteen day tour of Europe. In 1972, he was a member of the “Festival of States” National Championship Band. While attending a small college in South Carolina, he toured during the summer of 1977 with the Blue Stars Drum & Bugle Corps of LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The Blue Stars finished 6th in the DCI finals at Denver, Colorado’s Mile High Stadium that year. After graduating college, Mike spent one year as an assistant band director in South Carloina and three years as a band director in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Mike has had many years of experience working with all types and sizes of bands. He has worked with BOA regional finalists as well as bands with as few as thirty members. He is proud to have worked with many colleges and universities, including Hampton University, Appalachian State University, Wake Forest University, Duke University and the Univeristy of South Carolina.

Mike would consider it a pleasure to work with you to help your band look its absolute best. He can guide your through the complete purchasing process and make it as simple as possible. Meetings, sketches, samples, bid specifications and measuring are among the services that he is eager and happy to provide.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Becky Still

btstill@shighway.com
Phone: 800.826.2246

108 Stanbury Industrial Dr
P.O. Box 100
Brookfield MO 64628

As the Field Sales Manager, it is Becky Still’s responsibility to schedule the production calendar, monitor the coordination of material needs with purchasing and production, facilitate shipping methods and needs, and act as connection for numerous sales representatives for the company. She also oversees the warranty assurance of orders, manages the house accounts and manages the administrative office. Becky first joined the Stanbury team in 1998 as an account specialist and quickly progressed to her position today. She has always believed that the service to the customer should be of the highest importance when creating a product and continues to be a strong advocate for our customers each day. When not working, Becky uses her organizational skills and laid back attitude to arrange local fundraisers and serves as an officer on her alumni committee. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and being outdoors with family and friends. Becky studied Business and Office Technology at Moberly Area Community College.

Ron Hardin

ronhardin@me.com
Cell: (808) 557-5603

Ron Hardin serves as the Regional Sales Manager for North Texas. A life-long resident of the Midwest, Ron now resides in Waikoloa, HI and spends about half the year in TX and NE working for Stanbury and teaching high school bands.

Rons show designs can be seen on bands throughout the country. He has also consulted with the Blue Stars and Bluecoats. As a drill designer, Ron is very active and closely connected with the pageantry activity. Ron has designed hundreds of shows for bands, drum lines, winter guards and drum corps.

Ron is in demand as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the world, having done many clinics throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Since 1999, Ron has served as a visual judge for Winter Guard International, annually adjudicating for many circuits, regionals and world championships.

Ron has performed judging clinics for NMEA, NSBA, WGI, several indoor percussion circuits and the Judging Association of Mid America. Ron has produced several instructional videos, and has appeared in WGIs Meet the Judge series. He has also recorded several podcasts with Marching Roundtable.

His show designs have appeared in several BOA regional finals, won numerous state championships, circuit contests and have won three WGI Percussion Gold Medals.

As an instructor, Ron has been a part of teams earning six DCI World Championships and ten High Visual Awards, including the 2012, 2013 and 2016 John Brazale Best Visual Award, and the 2013 and 2015 Steve Brubaker Best General Effect Award.

Rons experience in the drum corps activity is extensive, spanning over twenty years. As a performer, he spent the 1991 and 1992 seasons with the Star of Indiana. Upon the completion of his performing career, Ron joined the Blue Devils as a member of their visual staff. After eight seasons, he then spent five years as the Visual Caption Head of the Santa Clara Vanguard. Ron then went on to spend four years as Visual Caption Head of the Canton Bluecoats before taking his current position as Visual Caption Head of the World Champion Carolina Crown, where he has served since 2011.

In addition to instructing, Ron has designed visual programs for Yamato, Pride of the Lions, Magic of Orlando, Minnesota Brass, Legends and Pioneer. He has also served as Visual Coordinator for the Blue Stars. Ron has served as an instructor representative on the DCI Instructors Task Force and on the DCI Medical Project Advisory Board.

In everyday life, Ron Hardin most recently served as the director of Bands at Papillion – La Vista South High School. Ron took this position in 2014, and has quickly built the program to a national level program over two years. Prior to that appointment, Ron was the director of Bands at Bellevue East High School for 14 years, and led the Chieftains to many successful performances in all areas, including Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Jazz Bands, Indoor and Concert Percussion, Chamber Ensembles and Indoor Color Guard. Under his watch, the band programs have performed in ten different states.

Ron also has extensive history as a professional music educator and performer. He was the founder and past conductor of the Diablo Wind Symphony, and was the Director of Bands for six years at Clayton Vally High School in Concord, California, where he served as president of the Contra Costa County Band Directors Association and Vice-President and Contest Coordinator of the Western Band Association.

In addition, he was the recipient of the Jack R. Snyder Young Band Director Award.

Ron has also served two terms as the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association Marching Band Chair. When he is not teaching or conducting, Ron finds time to play bass trombone with several ensembles. His greatest pride and joy is his family: his wife, Molly, and their daughters, Emma and Celeste.

Eric Sabach bio pic with Stanbury Marching Band Uniforms Texas Consultant Representative

Eric Sabach

Texas
ericsabach@gmail.com
Cell: 317.443.9868

Eric Sabach, originally from Englewood, NJ, is a sales and brand/product marketing professional in the school products industry, specializing in music and arts education.

He attended West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania and studied Music Education. Soon after college, he was hired by Jostens, Inc. as a sales representative in their printing and publishing division. There his success was marked by working with some of the highest profile accounts in the company, such as, The United States Military Academy at West Point, Cornell University, Columbia University, FIT – Fashion Institute of Technology and many others. Eric has won many high honors for design from associations, such as, the Columbia Scholastic Press, and also the Printing Industry of America. His career path then led him into a sales management position and then a marketing position of which he has won awards for creativity in marketing. He has also worked with the NFL, MLB, NHL, and many of the Fortune 1000 companies in the NJ/NYC area.

Eric has also been actively involved in the marching band and drum corps world having marched with the Garfield Cadets during their early championship years. He has also been part of the faculty of the Star of Indiana and Phantom Regiment. He was the Director of the Blue Stars when they ascended back into DCI Finals and, most recently, has been the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Carolina Crown, helping them further develop their brand strategy and also creating new products and markets to support their non-profit program.

Erics adjudication background includes DCI, BOA, and WGI and he is a designer/clinician across the United States with many state and national finalists and championships.

An avid sports and live music fan, Eric resides in Spring, TX. He enjoys riding his Harley-Davidson, traveling and watching his Golden Retriever, Bailey Jo, chase after her tennis ball.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Mike Whittemore

The Band Room
mwhittemore@stanbury.com
Toll Free: 866.757.2263
Fax: 828.245.7842
Cell: 704.472.6117

Mike Whittemore has been a member of the Stanbury team for over two decades and serves as a member of the Stanbury Board of Directors.

Mike has been involved with band most of his life. As a member of the East Rutherford High School Marching Band in Forest City, North Carolilna, he participated in a fourteen day tour of Europe. In 1972, he was a member of the “Festival of States” National Championship Band. While attending a small college in South Carolina, he toured durning the summer of 1977 with the Blue Stars Drum & Bugle Corps of LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The Blue Stars finished 6th in the DCI finals at Denver, Colorado’s Mile High Stadium that year. After graduating college, Mike spent one year as an assistant band director in South Carloina and three years as a band director in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Mike has had many years of experience working with all types and sizes of bands. He has worked with BOA regional finalists as well as bands with as few as thirty members. He is proud to have worked with many colleges and universities, including Hampton University, Appalachian State University, Wake Forest University, Duke University and the Univeristy of South Carolina.

Mike would consider it a pleasure to work with you to help your band look its absolute best. He can guide your through the complete purchasing process and make it as simple as possible. Meetings, sketches, samples, bid specifications and measuring are among the services that he is eager and happy to provide.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.

Mike Pearson

mpfinaltouch@verizon.net
Phone: 610.918.9850
Toll Free: 800.999.3570
Fax: 610.738.3939

Dwight Miller Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Representative

Dwight Miller

Banding Together
dwightmiller@bandingtogetherllc.com
Toll free: 833-549-7664
Cell: 330-307-1121

Dwight has had many years of experience successfully working with band directors to design and create a uniform that fits their marching style.He is married and has three children. They are recognized internationally as Kent Ohio’s tallest family.

David Glasgow former Executive Director of the Bluecoats Stanbury Sales Rep in New York Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia Marching Band Drum Corps Color Guard Bands Uniforms

David Glasgow

Banding Together
davidglasgow@bandingtogetherllc.com
Phone: 330-353-3999

For 15 years, David Glasgow served as the Executive Director of the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a world renowned youth performing arts organization based in Canton, Ohio, and a member of Drum Corps International (DCI). David brings a strong business and sales background to his position with Stanbury, as well as a complete understanding of the unique needs of a modern marching music ensemble.

During his tenure, David led the Bluecoats to unprecedented levels of competitive and organizational success. Under his leadership, from 2004-2018 the corps made DCI finals each season, including five Top 3 finishes and the World Championship in 2016. In addition, he was twice named DCI Director of the Year (2006, 2014) and was inducted into the Bluecoats Hall of Fame in 2017. In 2017, he founded Bluecoats Indoor, a winter guard program of the Bluecoats and WGI World Class finalist in their inaugural season in 2018.

David continues to serve the Bluecoats in the position of Executive Advisor, providing support for the organization’s management, design and instructional teams. In addition, he continues as a member of the DCI Board of Directors.

David Glasgow is originally from Hartford, Michigan, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University. He lives in North Canton, Ohio with his wife Genevieve and daughters Gillian and Marijke.

Mike Whittemore

The Band Room
mwhittemore@stanbury.com
Toll Free: 866.757.2263
Fax: 828.245.7842
Cell: 704.472.6117

Mike Whittemore has been a member of the Stanbury team for over two decades and serves as a member of the Stanbury Board of Directors.

Mike has been involved with band most of his life. As a member of the East Rutherford High School Marching Band in Forest City, North Carolilna, he participated in a fourteen day tour of Europe. In 1972, he was a member of the “Festival of States” National Championship Band. While attending a small college in South Carolina, he toured durning the summer of 1977 with the Blue Stars Drum & Bugle Corps of LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The Blue Stars finished 6th in the DCI finals at Denver, Colorado’s Mile High Stadium that year. After graduating college, Mike spent one year as an assistant band director in South Carloina and three years as a band director in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Mike has had many years of experience working with all types and sizes of bands. He has worked with BOA regional finalists as well as bands with as few as thirty members. He is proud to have worked with many colleges and universities, including Hampton University, Appalachian State University, Wake Forest University, Duke University and the Univeristy of South Carolina.

Mike would consider it a pleasure to work with you to help your band look its absolute best. He can guide your through the complete purchasing process and make it as simple as possible. Meetings, sketches, samples, bid specifications and measuring are among the services that he is eager and happy to provide.

Brent Turner Stanbury Marching Band Uniform Sales Consultant Representative for Wisconsin Iowa and Minnesota Web

Brent Turner

bturner@stanbury.com
Phone: 612.743.8760

Brent Turner, M.Ed, – has been passionate about music and the marching arts since beginning to play trumpet in Des Moines, Iowa at Western Hills Elementary School. His experiences include solo trumpet, quintet, orchestra, concert band, wind ensemble, jazz band and marching band at all levels of K-12 public education and at the University of Minnesota. Brent was drum major at Parkway West High School in 1986 where he also received the John Phillips Sousa award. He was a member of the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps from 1987-1989 and continued teaching the Scouts through 1996. His experiences in the University of Minnesota Marching Band as rank lieutenant and section leader broadened his definition and passion for the marching arts.

Brent is a clinician for drum majors and visual programs in the upper Midwest. He continues his public music advocacy through his Youth In Music organization (www.youthinmusic.org) which sponsors scholarships, clinics, band camps and an Upper Midwest

Championships in the HHH Metrodome late in October.

Brent joins the Stanbury Uniform family after teaching at Eden Prairie High School in Minnesota for 12 years. He currently lives in Apple Valley, MN which is the geographic center of the MN, IA, and WI territory he serves. Turner continues to play his trumpet and conduct local ensembles in community & church events. He looks forward to meeting, creating, and matching you with the best Stanbury Uniform products for your band, orchestra, and marching band. No project too big or small.

Jim and Jan Pundmann

jim.pundmann@gmail.com
Phone: 573.642.7119
Fax: 573.642.1096

Jim Pundmann, since receiving his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri, has spent over 30 years working with literally hundreds of band directors and booster groups through out the entire United States and Canada. Originally trained by Will Stanbury, he has the ability to understand the importance of a successful band program that begins with the band’s appearance giving the students the confidence to perform to their maximum.

His experience provides him the knowledge to guide the directors through all the details and stages of the buying process in a very efficient and professional manner. Being the son of a band director, he relates to the demands place upon today’s directors and is quite sensitive to their time and dedication towards their students, school and community.

With the assistance of his wife, Jan, who has also been actively involved in this business for over 30 years, the two combine to provide the personal service with unquestionable follow up to every detail involved with the goal of making the buying experience stress free and enjoyable.

Both are active golfers, playing in several benefit golf tournaments throughout the summer. During the winter, they enjoy the ski slopes with their two sons.

It is their philosophy and belief that the high school band program is the best public relations asset for their school and community as well as the pride of both.