BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President/Chief Executive Officer
Louie Molen was born in Great Falls, Montana as was hiis wife Patti Haney Molen. Together they have 6 children and 14 grandchildren, four of the children work along side him at Mountain View Physical Therapy. Louie has been involved in sports since he was very young. Louie chose a career in Physical Therapy and is in his 39th year as a Physical Therapist. As a major part of that career, he loves helping youth get back into sports after sustaining an injury. Louie was always a little too short and small, but being quick and a little ornery helped him to pay his way thru college playing football and wrestling. He has always been interested and involved in helping others continue to be able to participate in sports and is the major contributor to why the Mountain View Sports Complex fits into his strong belief system. He loves it when youth, that maybe couldn’t normally play beyond high school, get a second chance, because they were willing to work hard and have facilities and programs to help them, such as Results and Pneufast Overspeed and Agility. "Our Youth deserve to have greater opportunities to excel, and hone their skills and physical capabilities, in a year round indoor facility." Louie and his family whole heartedly support the development of Mountain View Sports Complex. They understand how beneficial MVSC will be for Great Falls, the surrounding communities and all the way into Canada.
Brad grew up in Great Falls as an exemplary student and exceptional athlete. Therefore, he understands the need for better opportunities within our community to benefit youth both in athletics and education. Now, a Vice President/Financial Consultant with D.A. Davidson & Company, he has owned & managed the Great Falls Gladiators for 8 years taking them from the bottom to the top of the Rocky Mountain Football League. Above that, he has coached many different youth sports (football, basketball, & soccer) in the Great Falls area. He has three young children, and has been married to his wife, Amber, for twelve years. Amber was the CMR cheerleading coach for six of those years and taught private cheerleading classes for six years as well. So, both have been very involved in youth sports in our community for the elementary school level through young adults.
Kevin grew up in Sand Coulee, MT (outside of Great Falls) adn attended Centerville Public Schools where he graduated in 1997. After high school, he attended the University of Montana-Western in Dillon, MT where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business & Communications in 2002. Previously, Kevin was the Sports Information Director at the University of Great Falls and he also was the Marketing Coordinator for the University of Great Falls Athletic Association Lancer Booster Club. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys attending a variety of sporting events including football, basketball and baseball. He understands the benefits and sees the potential growth in the community for having this sports complex built for anyone to use.
Greg is a Great Falls native having graduated from CMR in 1982. He holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Great Falls. Greg is the general manager of Gold’s Gym and is also a personal trainer. He has been involved in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years. He has been active on boards such as the Center for Mental Health Foundation, People’s Park and Rec Foundation, and Neighborhood Council. He believes it is important to be involved in your local community. Greg is married to his wife Leanne and has two grown step-sons. Both boys were active in sports and he has seen the need for a good facility to help develop and promote the athletic abilities of the young people in our community. He says “As a community we need to come together and support this project because it will be a positive and beneficial addition to Great Falls.”
Rich was born and raised in Butte. Growing up in Butte he lived and breathed sports; excelling in basketball, track, baseball, and football. He was awarded the All-American award for his football skills. At the age of 18, he was hired to be a Police Officer in Three Forks. His law enforcement career moved him to Wolf Point and finally to Great Falls where he worked for the Great Falls Police Department for 13 years. In 2001, Rich and his wife Sara opened The Sting Sports Bar. As a small business owner, Rich recognizes the value of a large sporting venue to pull the community together financially and to sustain our family based activities. Rich and Sara have raised three now-adult children in the Great Falls school system (Jori, Leah, and Chea). The Hollis family has travelled all over the State watching their kids participate in softball, soccer, track, and swimming. Chea currently plays softball at the University of Great Falls. In his “free time” Rich has assisted the Great Falls sporting community by coaching high school football and girls ASA Softball for ages 10-18. Rich is a big proponent of locally owned and locally operated businesses. He is hoping to help push the Great Falls community in a bigger and more positive direction with this project.
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Sandra has joined MVSC with over 25 years business management experience. She grew up in the Sun River Valley area and graduated from Simms High School. Sandra has been involved in several start up development projects, Hi Country Trading Post; Montana Monster Cookies; Hickory Kist Snack Foods and FMC Leasing just to name a few. She has also owned her own business, a 50’s dinner, which Sandra sold when she became engaged to her husband Craig. Craig and Sandra have one daughter, 2 dogs, 2 cats and a rabbit and live in Great Falls. Sandra has a passion for childhood obesity. Growing up obese has not been easy and she would like to offer hope to those children in our community who struggle with the same challenges. Sandra is currently the Executive Director of the Heisey Youth Center and is dedicated to the overall health and wellness of our youth in the community. Therefore Sandra recognized the value of a sports complex in Great Falls and surrounding areas.