Pat Terrell, Chairman
Since 1976, Pat Terrell has served as founder and CEO of the Byte Shops Northwest and of Leading Technology, Inc., two successful technology firms that grew from start-up to more than $350 million in combined revenue. In 1992, he became a managing partner in an investment firm specializing in real estate development and venture capital. Mr. Terrell brings this experience to Routeware as its Chairman.
Norm LeMay managed one of the most prestigious private hauling operations, LeMay Enterprises, for more than 20 years before selling it to Waste Connections in 2008. He is a board member of LRI, a large landfill in Pierce County, a member of the Washington Solid Waste Advisory Board, and a Board member of the Washington Refuse & Recycling Association.
Milt Mittelstedt was a tax partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP, beginning his accounting career in 1967 and retiring in 1995. He was the Chief Financial Officer of BLT Technologies, Inc. from 1995 until its sale to WorldCom in 1996. Since retirement, Mr. Mittelstedt has served as a Board member or Advisory Board member of Veris Industries, Inc., Decision Dynamics, Inc., Legal Anywhere, Inc., Cerus Industrial, and Holce Investments. He is a trustee and advisor for various individual and charitable trusts.
Bob Wiggins is a well-known entrepreneur, lawyer, and investor in early-stage companies in Oregon. Mr. Wiggins served as President of BLT Technologies and Chairman and CEO of Legal Anywhere, Inc. Mr. Wiggins has been an active investor in a number of Pacific Northwest start-ups, including Learning.com, SnapNames.com, Decision Dynamics, Inc., and DealPlanner. He is Managing Member of Mount Hood Equity Partners LP (www.mthep.com), a shareholder of the Company.