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Rock Out ALS
PO Box 105
Carnation, WA 98014-0105
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
NEIL A. LIM SANG
Michael has been in Hospitality all of his life and Entertainment for over 10 years. He has been an ALS Advocate since 2008 after his mother was diagnosed. Michael started using the name Rock Out ALS in 2009 to describe all of his ALS activity and everything snowballed from there.
Bob has been practicing law for 25+ years and has been involved for 12+ years in team Seattle, a Seattle Children’s Hospital charity, which raised over $5M to pay for a new cardiac heart wing for the hospital. Bob has known the Rock Out ALS founder Mike Miller for years, and has a very good friend recently diagnosed with ALS. Bob is originally from Southern CA, and now lives in Woodinville WA with his wife, and has two adult children.
Stephanie was diagnosed with ALS in early 2011. She is an active volunteer and advocate for ALS educational and fundraising Events.
Leilani has 15+ years in the finance industry and has been active participant in fundraising for many years., and is a huge supporter of the local music scene, being the lead singer of a 80’s pop cover band (The Pop Roxx). She has been an active participant in fundraisers for NW Harvest, PAWS, and the Seattle Goodwill, along with Rock Out ALS. She is originally from Las Vegas and now lives in Bothell WA.
Floyd is a music industry veteran working as a Sound Tech, Roadie and Singer, with Metallica, Alice in Chains, THE Crying Spell and Steel Rose. He discovered Rock Out ALS in 2008 not long after his best friend Melvin Riel was diagnosed with ALS, who sadly passed away in 2010 leaving behind a wife and two children. He is dedicated to helping every family affected by ALS.
Neil A. Lim Sang
Neil is a veteran touring rock photographer (and digital animation guru), who is well known and respected in the music scene. His father was diagnosed with ALS in 1977, and passed away in 1985, when Neil was just 16 years old. He is extremely dedicated to raising ALS awareness and funding for ALS research.