After a career in pastoral work and teaching in England, Canada and Pennsylvania, Frank moved to Tucson with his wife, Louise, in 1982. He served for 21 years as Pastor of Sunrise Chapel. He is a past President of the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild and of the Tucson Ministerial Association. In July, 2003, Frank retired from pastoral work. He now devotes his time to writing, hiking, searching out wild flowers, and painting.
Stu Cranstence has made a name for himself with an uncompromising dedication to his own special brand of unorthodox field work and his criticism of so-called “real scientists”. He is a citizen scientist who spurns textbooks and the status quo and as a result he brings a fresh look to subjects that have often been overlooked in the annals of science literature. If you need to get a hold of him, you can find Stu “out in the field”.
The findings of Stu Cranstence have, for years, filled countless cardboard boxes, large trash cans and an entire aluminum shed in the back yard of his brother, Ron. Finally, they have been rescued from the ravages of time, mildew and indifference.
Noel Rhodes and Owen Rose are first cousins who attended the same high school in the late 1970s where they started doing comedy projects together. They have continued ever since even though they live in different states. Together they run the website Rhodesandrose.com. Noel Rhodes (left) lives in Highland Park, CA where he manages and performs at Sun Space, a performance venue in Sunland, CA. Owen Rose (right) lives west of Tucson, AZ where he runs Hardy Perennial Press, paints watercolors, and works in remodeling.