Board of Directors

2014 CVF Board of Directors

Joe Hensler

Owner, Maranello Bar & Kitchen 2011 to 2013
President, Team Power Forklifts, 1987 to 2009
Board Member, Power Inn BTA, 2000 to 2009
Chairman, Power Inn Alliance, 2006 and 2007
Vice Chair, Regional Advisory Committee, Power Inn Redevelopment District, 2005 – 2007
Member, Clark Material Handling Company Dealer Advisory Group, 1992/1993 and 1997/1998

A lifelong car enthusiast, Joe restores and owns an eclectic mix of cars which he enjoys showing and driving. Additionally, he has raced enduro carts, autocrossed and road raced for over 30 years. Joe hopes to combine the interest in cars with a lifetime of business and non-profit Board experience to help make the California Automobile Museum a world-class museum to celebrate the history of the automobile.

Porsche Club of America, Pierce Arrow Society, Austin Healey Club of America, Sports Car Club of America, Plymouth Owners Club, Chrysler 300 Club, Ferrari Club, BMW Club, Lincoln Highway Association, Golden Gate Lotus Club, United British Sports Car Club, Alfa Romeo Owners Association

Carl Stein
Vice President

President: CB Stein Company, Inc – General Contractor, Real Estate Development & Management
Board Member: Power Inn Alliance
Committee Member: Power Inn Alliance – Planning Advisory & Zoning Committee
Committee Member: Army Depot Redevelopment Advisory Committee – City of Sacramento

SCCA – Sports Car Club of America, Pantera Owners Club, Pantera International, Capitol Pantera Club, Shelby American Auto Club, Norcal Shelby Club, River City Shelby Club, Historic Motor Sports Association, General Racing, Historic Trans Am Racing Group, California Auto Museum, Arden Hills Country Club, Sutter Club, Point West Rotary

David Felderstein

Staff analyst, from 1976 to 2009, for the California Legislature (State Senate) Committee on Public Employment and Retirement. Served on the Board of Directors of the now-defunct Sacramento Symphony from 1991 to 1996, Board of Directors of CAPPAC (Sacramento’s bi-partisan gay and lesbian political action committee) from 1990 to 2007, Tenor member of the Sacramento Choral Society since 1976.

Clubs: Freewheelers Car Club, Airflow Club of America, WPC (Walter P. Chrysler) Club, California Chrysler Products Club, Oldsmobile Club of America.

Bob Tarczy

Retired Manager of Maintenance and Operations from San Juan Unified School District, one of the top 15 largest school districts in the state with 88 school sites, serving a 75 sq. mile area in northeast Sacramento County.

Board Member, Treasurer Capitol A’s of Sacramento (Local Model A Ford Club)
Member Model A Ford Club of America (National)
Member Early Ford V8 Club (Local and National)
Member  Model T Ford Club of America ( National)

Matt Eagan

Co-Founder, Owner – IDMLOCO, 2011 – present
Creative Director - ID Media and Activate Direct, 2007 – 2011
Director of e-Communications on Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s successful re-election campaign, 2006

A motorsports enthusiast, Eagan in 2012 launched a grassroots sports car racing team that has competed at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Sonoma Raceway and Thunderhill Raceway.

A Sacramento native, Eagan attended Jesuit High School and played tennis for the Sacramento City College Panthers. After passing the competitive U.S. Marine Corps’ Aviation Selection Test Battery, he attended Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Va. Eagan studied international relations at the University of California, Davis, focusing on national security policy and East Asian culture.  He lives in Sacramento with his wife, Alicia.

Affiliations include:
Communications Chair for Metro EDGE, a program of Metro Chamber.

Mark Glover

Professional journalist for 35 years, writing and editing sports and news at newspapers in Ohio, Texas, Florida, Virginia and California.  He has worked for The Sacramento Bee since 1984, including a stint as the paper’s automotive editor from 2000-08. He currently covers various aspects of the automotive business industry for The Bee.  Through his blog – – he reviews new motor vehicles and comments on the auto industry and motor sports.

Glover has attended the Indianapolis 500 since 1961. He was inducted into the Legends of the Autorama Society in Sacramento in 2006; named the Central Valley New Car Dealers Association Industry Person of the Year for 2008.

Jerry Godfrey

Regional Manager for a locally based national financial institution 1999-Present
Prior to that 23 years in the restaurant business including being Chef/Owner of a high end restaurant on California’s North Coast.
Currently President of the local chapter of the Alfa Romeo Owners Club.

In addition, on the committee to bring the national Alfa Romeo convention to Northern California and Infineon Speedway in 2013
A lifelong fan of auto racing and interesting cars. Now that the 24 hours of Daytona and the Indianapolis 500 are scratched off the bucket list sights are now set on Le Mans. With numerous track days and a handful of 24 Hours Of Lemons races under his belt Godfrey looks forward to his next day on track.

Affiliations include:
Alfa Romeo Owners Club-Delta Sierra Chapter, Alfa Romeo Association, NRA, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Michael Hess

Retired Information Technology Application Development Project Manager for Health Net Inc. Personally restored several collector cars. SCCA Concours Judge. CAM newsletter editor and Docent. Past President of the Sacramento Area Mustang Club. Member and newsletter editor of the Capital City Mopars.

Member of the Mid Year Sting Rays, National Corvette Restorers Society, Walter P. Chrysler Restorers Club and Antique Automobile Club of America.

Kim Nelson

Retired – Former President and CEO of Sierra Sun Editions, Inc., a Fine Art Publishing company with licenses from NFL Properties, NFL Quarterback Club, NFL Players Association, MLB, MLB Players Association and NASCAR  1988-2000.  Staffing Manager for Intel Corporation 1977 – 1987.

356 Registry, 356 California Alta Region, Porsche Club of America – Sacramento Valley Region, Past President SVR-PCA

Susan Oliver

President, CCAM, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
OMNI Community Management, Inc.

Since 1996 Susan Oliver has  provided specialized management services to local and out-of-state non-profit corporations. She formed OMNI Community Management, Inc. in 1996. OMNI’s current management portfolio consists of more than 10,000 homes in master-planned communities, condominiums, planned residential developments and business centers throughout northern California and northern Nevada.

Susan has become an automotive enthusiast in the past ten years, and started her love of automobiles with sports cars. She furthered her leisure pursuit to the mechanics by working on a restoration/modification of a 1961 Ford Falcon.  She hopes to have this car complete for the 2014 CAM Cruise. Her automobile involvement has been with EuroSunday, and Porsche Club of America.

Jim Orsburn

For the last 16 years a co-owner of a local mortgage brokerage company with his wife Kathy.  Jim is an industry veteran with more than 30 years in banking and mortgage lending.  Jim has been involved with automobiles as a hobbyist and owner since he came out of diapers. He enjoys both restoring and driving them as they were meant to be driven.

Member of the Shelby American Automobile Club, NorCal Shelby Club, River City Shelby Club, MidYear Stingray Club, National Corvette Restorers Society, Kaiser Frazer Owners Club, and Kaiser Darrin Club.

Sutter Village Board of Directors, Secretary
Past President Sacramento Mortgage Bankers Association
Past Director Sacramento Home Loan Counseling Center
Past Director CSUS Sacramento Alumni Association

Mike Ritenour

Senior Project Manager, Business Development Manager, Certified Arborist, and Licensed Contractor for projects  throughout the western United States and Baja Mexico including public and private golf courses, master planned communities, transportation, sustainable energy, levee and riverbank restoration, phytoremediation, mature specimen tree transplanting, erosion control, habitat restoration and mitigation. Mike is currently the Certified Arborist for ValleyCrest Companies Tree Care Services Sacramento Division.

Mike uses his skills to coordinate car and motorcycle based charitable events such as the annual Rally4Kids to benefit the Shriners Hospital for children, the EuroSunday Display at the Sacramento International Auto Show that benefitted the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and the EuroSunday Hampton Inn Folsom event benefitting a Make-A-Wish recipient going to the Ferrari Factory in Italy.  He now wants to use his skills to help the museum grow into a leading auto museum destination and education facility.

Current Member: EuroSunday as Director of Events, Porsche Club of America, International Society of Arboriculture. Former Member: SCCA, NASA (National Auto Sport Association), ASRA (Arizona Sports Racing Association)

Jeffery Swain

Sr. Project Analyst, Intel Corporation 1999 to Present
Director of Engineering, Utilimaster Corporation, 1998 to 1999
Sr. Project Engineer, Peterbilt Motors Corporation, 1986 to 1999

Jeff has been an automotive enthusiast since childhood, and pursued his passion through earning a Mechanical Engineering degree from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and working for over 15 years in the design and manufacture of Heavy and Medium duty trucks.  Jeff is also a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of California. He has been involved in various forms of motorsport as both a consultant and participant.  A career change to the tech industry brought Jeff and his family back to California, where he has stayed involved with cars via involvement with marque clubs, EuroSunday, and the museum.

Current Member:
EuroSunday, Porsche Club of America, BMW Car Club of America, Placer County Porsches

Former Member:
Society of Automotive Engineers (NorCal section Chair 1994, North Texas section Vice Chair 1996 to 1998), Sports Car Club of America, Shelby American Automobile Club, Cal Poly Sports Car Club

Ron Vogel

Owner of Vogel Architecture, Davis, CA since 1994
Registered Architect in State of California since 1987

Ron has been working in the field of architecture since 1971, including time spent as a graphic artist and as a researcher/designer in the Solar Industry of the 1970′s while working at the University of Nebraska, School of Engineering and Technology.

Graduate of our museum’s Docent Traning Class in 2007, as well as teaching classes on “Automotive Styling and Design” to docent trainees.  Docent of the Year in 2010.  Current CAM Docent Council Chairperson.  Forever a student of automobile history and design.