Officer's List

Jan Godfrey


All roses are beautiful to me. So many different shapes, colors and delightful fragrances. Of all the types, Old Garden Roses are my passion.

Ann Stevens


I became involved with TARS through the rose volunteer group at Goodwood Museum & Gardens.  The group was congenial and informative.  Most of my roses are old garden roses, but I enjoy growing a variety of roses in my yard,

Janet Newburgh


I have enjoyed gardening since I was 9 years old. Some of my fondest early memories were watching my grandmother start rose cuttings under glass jars, and the huge, beautiful red roses that my mother grew. In addition to the Tallahassee Area Rose Society, I am an active volunteer in Leon County’s Master Gardener Program. I am especially interested in yellow roses of all types, but I also grow a wide variety of other roses, including miniatures and old garden roses.

Mary Maud Sharpe


I’ve been a member of TARS for many years and each year I realize how much I’ve learned from others about roses! People I would have never known otherwise. The love of roses is our common purpose and you will find that there are many other ways to make new and keep old friends. I find it priceless!

Hank Rosen

Board Member

Besides spending many hours in my garden working for the perfect rose to exhibit I really enjoy making presentations to interested groups and helping individuals one-on-one to learn to grow beautiful roses.

Bob Schelhorn

Board Member

I just like to grow stuff. I always have. I'm good at it. I have green thumbs and green toes. I have herbs, ferns, cacti, bountiful citrus and peach trees. Oh yeah, 36 kick-ass hybrid tea rose bushes. I like stuff that produces and blooms and survives our week long winter. Happy gardening.

Marion Nimis

Board Member

I've been a TARS member for many years and  was president from 2014-2016. I've loved roses since I was young living in London England, watching my father pruning and fussing over his roses. I began buying old country roses from the sale at Goodwood 14 years ago and now it's rather out of hand.

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