Kelly Hudik

I am a transplant from Northwest Ohio and have been in Kailua Kona for 11 years. I have a BA in Communications and have worked for the County of Hawaii-Parks & Recreation Department 10 years this September. I started in the Elderly Recreation program running senior softball, Kupuna Hula Fesitival, Wellness Fairs, the Senior Strut 5k and various classes and senior clubs. I recently transferred to the Recreation Department at Hale Halawai.
After moving to the Island, I found the flourishing athletic community and began running, cycling, participating in the local Peaman & Mango Man events, Lavaman, Coffee Talk Riders and joined Hawaii Cycling Club.

Derinda Thatcher

A transplant from the Rocky Mountains in Canada, Kona has been my home since 1990.  My 2 careers and life have revolved around helping people, first in the medical field and now in Real Estate.  My philosophy is simple, giving back to the community is key in creating a good, meaningful life and a great place to live!

My interest in having safe areas for healthy activities such as walking, running, bike riding or for the children of our community to learn bike skills and have safe routes to school, aligns with the mission of the PATH organization.   As a parent, grandparent, walker, bike rider, I appreciate the work and progress that PATH has made within the community toward bike safety, motorist awareness, creating pathways and future planning of safe trails for public use.  As a Realtor, my knowledge of land development and subdivision creation I hope will benefit PATH as the organization grows and works to safely connect people and places.

Mike Drutar

Mike Drutar has been a cyclist in the Kona community for 7 years. In 2012 he joined his wife Lisa Vos in leading a local cycling group, the Coffee Talk Riders. Mike Drutar volunteers at many events every year in connection with PATH and the cycling club, and serves as a Coordinator for the bike portion of the Ironman World Championships. He has numerous finishes at Lavaman, Hawaii 70.3 Ironman, and finished at the Ironman World Championships in 2013. His professional occupation is as a REALTOR where he serves as the 2016 President-Elect for the West Hawaii Association of REALTORS.