Publisher Ginnie Roeglin
editor David W. Fuller 425-313-8510 email@example.com
editorial director Anita Thompson 425-313-6442
from the editor’s desk David W. Fuller David W. Fuller is Assistant Vice President, Publishing, and Editor of The Costco Connection.
managing editor managing editor
T. Foster Jones 425-313-6748 Tim Talevich 425-313-6759
David Wight David. Wight@costco.com
EvEry so oftEn, a large, thick manila envelope
arrives in my mailbox at home.
Lorelle Gilpin, Ottawa 613-221-2009 Lorelle.Gilpin@costco.com
Sue Knowles, London 011-44-1923-213113 firstname.lastname@example.org
Raymond Kyunghwan Kim, Seoul 82-2-2630-2703 email@example.com
Stephanie E. Ponder, Seattle firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Jihye Han, Seoul email@example.com
Will Fifield firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Fisher Steve.Fisher@costco.com
translation manager Jean-Claude Dauphin
coPy editors Miriam Bulmer, Caroline Szpak
Kreta Chandler, Wendy Helfenbaum, Susan Hirshorn,
Kelly Putter, J. Rentilly, Sonia Ricotti, Marc Saltzman,
Diane Slawych, Richard Sweeting, Christine Thomas,
Irene Middleman Thomas, Eric Taub, Jan Buckner Walker
I know immediately it is another selection of newspaper clippings my mother has lovingly culled from her
local newspapers. Most of them zero in remarkably on
my somewhat wide-ranging interests—scientific breakthroughs, trends in publishing, weird and inexplicable
happenings in strange and exotic places, and so on.
others make me wonder what the heck she was thinking
about when she decided to send them. overall, I look
forward to these gifts for what they are: care packages.
Doris Winters email@example.com
My mother, like those profiled in t. foster Jones’ cover story, stayed home to raise
her son, definitely the expected behaviour in the early 1950s. I know she could have
pursued a career, had she chosen to. I know she could have taken the possibly even
more courageous course of becoming an at-home entrepreneur, had she chosen to. But
she, like all of us (except for the rare trailblazers), was a product of her times, and once
again it seems to have taken that rollicking baby boomer generation to shake up an age-old pattern: in this case, the one that dictates women stay home, men work.
associate art director
Lory Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Broman, Bill Carlson, Grant Collier, Susan Detlor,
Chris Rusnak, David Schneider, Dawna Tessier, Brenda Tradii
Most of the women profiled in our story are younger than the baby boomers, so
I don’t want to slight the enterprise of Generation X, but the pattern of melding home
and career definitely was put into motion in the 1970s and ’80s.
Production manager Pam Sather, Seattle
assistant Production manager
so what is next? try imagining a world where stay-at-home dads bring as much
creativity and energy to the entrepreneurial arena as today’s mompreneurs do. I know
Antolin Matsuda, Seattle
ProJect manager Elaine Emond, Ottawa
colour technician MaryAnne Robbers, Seattle
I’ll be getting plenty of mail from men who already are dadpreneurs, but, let’s face it,
they are not yet a major cultural force. Will they ever be? What would this mean for
our culture a generation or two down the road? I don’t know.
Jane Klein Shucklin 425-313-8277 email@example.com
Maybe speculation on that will show up in the next package of clippings from
my mom. C
assistant advertising manager
Kathi Tipper-Holgersen 425-313-6581 firstname.lastname@example.org
Leah Clement, Ottawa 613-221-2383 Leah.Clement@costco.com
Deborah Lissner, London 011-44-1923-830481
from the associate editor’s desk
senior advertising ProJect manager
Steve Trump email@example.com
advertising / Promotion coPywriter
business manager Janet Burgess
Rossie Cruz 425-313-6715 firstname.lastname@example.org
circulation / editorial assistant
Dorothy Strakele 425-313-6899 email@example.com
Lorelle Gilpin is Vice President of Marketing, Costco Wholesale Canada.
HavE you spEnt the entire winter dreaming
about sitting outside on your patio, enjoying the warm
breeze and sipping a cool drink, only to realize that
your patio furniture has seen better days, your garden
needs replanting and that cool drink is a long way off?
D. Ted Harris 425-313-2937 firstname.lastname@example.org
If so, it may be time to visit your local Costco.
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finally, we would like to say a big thank-you to our members in Canada who
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