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2022 Officers

Jon Hiebert-- President 

  • IEBA Member since 2015

  • Certified Apprentice, Summer 2015

  • Journeyman Level Beekeeper

  • Owner of That Window Guy Inc. window cleaning company since 1989 


Jon tends between 8 and 12 hives at four locations to maximize his beekeeping experience.  When not tending bees Jon also enjoys spending time with his wife Kari who does an awesome job of providing their hives with some truly beautiful forage.  Jon's other passion is as a Feline behaviorist helping people understand their cats and modifying unwelcome behavior.

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Larry Cameron -- Vice President 

  • IEBA Member since 2017

  • Earned Apprentice Level, Spring 2018

  • United States Army, 24 Years, Retired 2012.

  • Working on Journeyman Level Certification


Larry started researching beekeeping after retiring from the United States Army and has been a beekeeper since April 2018 and manages 20 hives in multiple locations around the Inland Empire to include his backyard apiary. When not tending to his own bees, he enjoys helping with the club hives and working on video content for his YouTube channel. When not focused on his bees he enjoys traveling to bee conventions and purchasing new and innovative bee equipment, as well as helping new beekeepers get started. He recently got involved with the Hives For Heroes organization to help veterans get into beekeeping.

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 Larissa Warren -- Secretary 


  • IIEBA member since 2019

  • Owner of Bee You Organics since 2017

    Larissa backyard bee keeps with two beehives on the South Hill. Her bees flourish with her garden and established foliage in the area and she is known to get 200 lbs of honey/season with just her two hives!
    When not beekeeping, Larissa enjoys spending time with her husband, four kids and two rescue dogs.




Scott Ingles -- Treasurer


  • IEBA member since at least 2004

  • Began keeping bees in 2001

  • Journeyman Level Beekeeper

  • Lead Judge for honeybee exhibits, Spokane Interstate Fair

  • USAF Lt. Col (Ret)


Scott keeps bees and gardens on Spokane’s South Hill.  A long-time IEBA member, Scott revamped the honeybee exhibit manual for the Spokane Fair.  He leads IEBA involvement in the annual Lincoln County Conservation Day, Farm Fair, and he is an instructor for the Basic Beekeeping Course.  Scott is an Orchid Society member.  In the Air Force he flew B-52s and taught others to fly them.  In total disregard for IRS protocol, Scott keeps IEBA accounts accurate to the penny.



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