Who says life's third act can't get a standing ovation?

Bill Grubman

Bill has been part of corporate America for more than forty years, with executive positions at Murray Bag Co., Papercraft Inc., and Western Pacific Kraft. While at Papercraft, he designed and developed numerous commercial distribution centers throughout the Western states.

For six years, Bill served as a docent at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, lecturing on 18th and 19th Century master paintings.

In 1988 he co-founded The Dream Street Foundation, an organization that hosts children with chronic and life threatening illnesses at summer camps located in the United States. He has acted as a liaison to medical facilities in the United States, Europe and Russia to facilitate camper participation from those areas.

Bill is also a commercial pilot with Citation and Learjet ratings.

Now that his two children have left for college, he is fulfilling his lifelong dream of singing. He has performed in concerts at Shady Canyon Country Club, UC Irvine, and New York’s Carnegie Hall.

Bill Grubman