2024 / 2026 COUNCIL Nominees

PIERRE LEBLANC
pierre@azlro.org

Pierre has been an active club member since 2008, and progressive involvement as trail master, council member, treasurer and official AZLRO Seamstress


STEVE ODGEAR

Steve has been an AZLRO member since 2006 and been on numerous overland adventures. Steve has been a familiar face at nearly all rallies as Trail Leader for over 11 years. Steve planned and organized the original Gila Challenge in 2014 and previously served on the Council.

CRAIG COLLIER
craig@azlro.org

Craig has been an AZLRO trail leader for 6 years, pictured with his beautiful wife Liz and his Land Rover (Beautiful 2004 Discovery 2, 4″ lift, 33’s, steel bumpers, roof rack/ tent). He is pretty much obsessed with anything that has a motor or pedals

KELLY HOWARD
kelly@azlro.org

Kelly attended the first AZLRO trail run in Tucson in 1996, and has been an active member ever since. She purchased her first Range Rover in 1996.  She has traveled extensively in her Land Rovers, as far north as British Columbia, as far south as Guatemala and all the way to the east coast of Virginia.  

Kelly has been an AZLRO trail leader for many years. Served on the council and worked on many rallies in the past.

Currently she owns a 1992 Range Rover and a 2023 Defender.

JEFFREY LANUEZ
jlanuez@mac.com


As a 15-year member that has sat back and enjoyed many trail runs, I recognize the hard work that it takes our leadership to maintain this club and put on the many high-quality events. From the monthly trail runs, to the social dinners, and annual larger scale events, now I understand how much work goes into everything the club does for its members and I’d like to help by serving on the Council. 



Two years ago I took the Trail Leader Training and began hosting trail runs for the club. We also joined a few overnight trips and have really enjoyed the comradery of the members spending time together on the trail and around the fire. I have grown in my skills in group leadership, hospitality, off-road driving skills, spotting, off-road navigation, recovery, basic first aid, and even camping!



My interests in joining the Council are inclusion of all club members in our trail runs and events, growing the club’s paid membership, growing member participation in trail runs and events, promoting the use of HAM radio as the club’s method off off-road communication, helping create unique club offerings (educational classes, trail runs, trips, etc.) and representing/growing our membership in Southern AZ.

CHAD MANZ
chadmanz@hotmail.com

Chad has been active in AZLRO for over 20 years and is a lifetime member. He has previously served on the council and as a trail leader. Chad drives a highly modified 1991 Range Rover Hunter and is our go to for Range Rover Classic parts and questions.

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