Fibs, Fakes and Falsehoods: Mistaken Tahoe

March 12, 2016

Local author and speaker David Antonucci present Fibs, Fakes and Falsehoods: Mistaken Tahoe.

David is the author of “Snowball’s Chance: The Story of the 1960 Olympic Winter Games, Squaw Valley & Lake Tahoe”,  a complete account of the preparations, pageantry, ceremonies, competition and epilogues of the historic VIII Olympic Winter Games.

David Clark Antonucci was born in Youngstown, Ohio. In 1952, his family relocated to Southern California where he grew up and attended public schools in Duarte.

David received his B.S. in civil/environmental engineering from California Polytechnic State University in 1972 and M.S. in civil/environmental engineering from Oregon State University in 1973.

He has enjoyed a public career of 35+ years, including seven years as chief of regulation and enforcement for a water quality control board and 20 years as general manager and chief engineer of a multifunction special district in the Lake Tahoe area.

He has worked with and served on numerous public agency and non-profit boards as a public official and private citizen. His civic involvement includes Tahoe Resource Conservation District, Association of California Water Agencies, Tahoe Sierra State Parks Foundation, Squaw Valley Olympic Museum and the Kiwanis Club of North Lake Tahoe.

Currently he is a free-lance writer, professional speaker, meeting facilitator, presentation development consultant and environmental engineering consultant.