This timeline is a look back and forward at the amazing achievements of the thousands of people who've been a art of the Riekes Center throughout the decades.
Continuing on with his passion for music, Gary partnered with Carla Piper in the Soundpiper Music Company.
On the greatest day of all time, the one and only Gary Riekes was born to his fabulous parents in Omaha Nebraska.
To better suit his lifestyle, Gary became a private strength coach, mainly for professional athletes, and a sound engineer and writer for his performance group.
Tonight the Stanford crowd gave Gary and his father, Max Riekes, a standing ovation as they sang the National Anthem before the big basketball game.
Gary came into Stanford as a professional classical musician. He played English Horn in the Stanford orchestra. On top of that, Gary played wide receiver for their football team.
A very exciting day as our music crew goes off for the first time to perform in Europe!
Gary leaves his home in Omaha, Nebraska to start his new journey at Stanford.
The Riekes Center opened its doors to the NorCal Quakes, a nationally ranked wheelchair rugby team.
We are happy to say that this year we added year-round elite speed training!
On this day Gary Riekes was honored with a regional Jefferson Award for his Public Service.