Gil Mansergh, Petaluma Argus

Gil Mansergh

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Past articles by Gil:

ABCs of raising cash for hard-hit schools

Supporting schools during a pandemic has been a steep learning curve for the Petaluma Education Foundation. → Read More

An octogenarian ‘Energizer Bunny’

Hope Stewart keeps busy with photos, quilting and her backyard railroad → Read More

Sculptor creates silent ‘tactile’ piano

Every week, the Argus-Courier profiles a different resident of Petaluma: This week, Gil Mansergh introduces Petaluma’s Drake Cunningham, who’s fashioned a unique contribution to the upcoming citywide decorated-piano display. → Read More

Len Nelson, amateur astronomer and docent

A Popular Mechanics telescope advertisement sparked a lifelong love of stargazing. → Read More

Petaluma portrait artist helps others heal

Amy Goldberg spending pandemic creating detailed, realistic drawings of people and animals → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Phil Boyle, man with a plan

In this week’s Petaluma Profile, we talk with Phil Boyle, a former Petaluma city planner, now working for the city of Corte Madera. Read why he’s grateful for the past, and looking to the future. → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Assisting those with dementia during pandemic

For Berkley and Kelly Sturgeon, kindness is the key → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Checking in with ‘Profile People’

Gil Mansergh checks in with some recent Petaluma Profile subjects → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Petaluma actor Sophia Grace Ferar

Health crisis forces local actor to delay big, dramatic challenge → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Pianist Will Johnson finds inspiration in classics

SSU composition professor keeps busy as PEtaluma church accompanist → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Teen author Josie Campbell takes on the universe

Petaluma’s 11-year-old novelist releases first in a series of fantasy books → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Kelsang Chogyop lives a life of meditation and service

Local woman is resident teacher at Penngrove’s Mahakaruna Kadampa Center → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Private eye Caroline Lowe

Local woman evolves from TV news to private investigation → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Dora Van Vranken

Petaluma professor writes memoir of survival and escape → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Debbie Buck: choosing to ‘not look away’

Rukundo Foundation founder is inspired by the people of Rwanda → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Stay-at-home dad takes crack at political satire

David Hightower’s new humor book a ‘Seussian indictment’ → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Marlen Cullen a writer’s best friend

Write Spot host/coach always wanted to be an author → Read More

Petaluma Profile: From the Broadway boards to Petaluma’s Senior Center

Craig Mason loves entertaining, proving all of his world is a stage → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Cara Wasden promotes the power of speech

Local speaking coach guides students to better communication skills → Read More

Petaluma Profile: Summer an exciting time for Parks and Rec director Drew Halter

Parks and Recreation director knows where the fun is in Petaluma → Read More