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University of Washington B.A.1966;
Harvard Law School, J.D. 1969
US Army Active Duty and Reserves 1969-1975
Retired, partner, “of counsel” Lane Powell” Seattle, WA. Trial work 45 years. Past President Washington Defense Trial Lawyers Association, Judge ProTem, Arbitrator, Mediator, Discovery Master, King County Court.
Past President, Board of Directors Bellridge Condominium Association.
Interests: 4yr old Granddaughter, History, Justice, Golf, Retirement, Golf.
Possess leadership tools and experience to be a Director, and make this a “kinder, gentler place” with greater homeowner input, access and participation. SCSH Governing Documents Revision Committee, 2016-2017. Men’s Golf Club Member 2015-present.
Though a snowbird, in this electronic age, Board service is clearly possible, willing to use air miles to attend as many Board meetings “live” as necessary.
Running as an Independent Candidate and have not sought endorsement by any groups. Just another homeowner.
As a current member of our HOA board of Directors, I have worked with my fellow board members to make good decisions for our community. Representing you the Homeowners has been an honor and I am asking for your vote to be re-elected. I will continue to serve with an open mind and ear, to keep SCSH fiscally sound and a safe and friendly place to live.
I have spent 30years in business in finance, many of those a CFO of a high tech company where I was responsible for international contract negotiations and budgets. I have had my own successful consulting firm for many years. I am capable, calm, approachable and will listen.
I have worked to make sure our financials are now consolidated into one, worked hard to makes sure no big increase to your HOA dues, and working to recover our financial discrepancy!
Following a 39 year career in finance, and 8 years of retirement, I have decided to run for the SCSH HOA Board. My background includes management, treasury functions, finance, investments, and extensive community service. During my working career, primarily in the Seattle/Tacoma area, among other responsibilities I held senior, and executive management positions in the banking industry, plus served as Treasurer in a public company. Additionally, I have served on numerous non-profit community boards to include Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development, the Arts, Education, and others.
Since Claudia and I moved to this great community in 2011, I have served on the Men’s Golf Club board, currently as president, and am currently serving on the Finance Advisory Committee. I have always served the communities I have lived and worked in, believing it is a responsibility, and wish to serve on your board.
I’ve been a practicing California attorney for over 30 years, with an undergraduate degree in Accounting, and a Masters in Psychology. I was a Business & Legal Affairs Executive for two multi-billion dollar California Corporations. Prior to that I was an IRS attorney handling large deficiency trials.
I’ve served on 5 HOA Advisory Committees: Covenants, Design Review, Information, Chair of the Governing Documents Committee and I currently serve on the Finance Advisory Committee. Outside our gates I serve as General Counsel for “Wings of Rescue” which saved over 4,000 pets after the hurricanes this summer.
I have the qualifications, experience and good judgment to be part of our HOA Board of Directors and, if given the honor to serve, I will represent all homeowners with honesty and integrity.
I built a multimillion dollar 50 year dental business with 18 employees. I served my country for 28 years achieving the rank of colonel in United States Army. My wife Marianna and I have been married 57 years. We have lived in Shadow Hills for eight years and love it. My wife and I jumped into the Sun City shadow Hills club scene with both feet. In building our practice I dealt with difficult problems every day and I enjoyed it. I also dealt with all aspects of running a multimillion dollar business – – managing employees, making payroll, analyzing problems and working with others to solve them in a practical matter. As a soldier discipline and patience were both important. When elected, my promise to you is that I will represent the best interest of all residents– – to be honest and represent you with integrity.
We are getting ready for the CC&R’s and Bylaws vote in early 2018, as well as the HOA Election for the 2018 Board of Directors in March. The 2018 election ballots will be mailed out to your official billing address on file early next year.
If your official billing address is not your home address in Sun City Shadow Hills and you plan on residing in the community during the election, we recommend you fill out this form and mail it to the HOA Office (address on the bottom of this form) or drop it off at the HOA Office or send an email to email@example.com requesting the change and allow us to use your Sun City Shadow Hills address to mail out your 2018 election ballot.
We must receive your request no later than 5:00 PM PST on Friday, December 30, 2017 to be able to properly mail your election ballot out.
At Sun City Shadow Hills, we are a vibrant community consisting of residents with a diverse array of experience and expertise. The willingness of our residents to share that experience and expertise is what sets SCSH apart.
Volunteers are the heart of our community.
Currently our Emergency Preparedness Sub-Committee is seeking volunteers. The EPSC, under the direction of Jeff Kirkpatrick, has formulated a comprehensive plan to assist our residents in the event of a catastrophic event. This plan focuses on preparedness with the goal of Self Sufficiency and Self Reliance.
In order for this plan to be operationally ready, volunteers are needed. Below is a list of the volunteer opportunities with the EPSC. Volunteers will be trained and assigned.
- SCSH is divided into 20 tracts, referred to as Divisions. One volunteer per division.
- Windshield Survey Team - this group will assess damage and track the Red/Green cards.
- Security Relief Team - this group will staff the Jefferson and 40th Avenue gates if needed.
- Generator Team - will be responsible for maintaining emergency electric generators.
- Radio Team – Amateur/HAM radio operators with their own radios participating on the local emergency radio net (RACES)
If you are interested in lending your experience and expertise to this effort, please complete an Advisory Committee Interest Form and turn in to the HOA Office. Download the form by clicking here or pick one up at the HOA office. Please return your completed form to the HOA office.
Submitted by Kris Downey, IAC Member
After more than 2 years of very hard work by our volunteer resident Governing Documents Committee, 4 months of homeowner comments, our HOA attorney’s review and discussions by our Board, our HOA Board voted unanimously to amend the documents in the following 4 ways: (This vote was to approve placing them on the ballot).
- Remove the reference to Pulte, the Developer – where appropriate
- Remove the 2-year term limit for committee member’s service, allowing for members to serve multiple terms, if they choose to.
- Remove cumulative voting every other year.
- Minimum Rental Time Period – 45 Days. This removes the ability to rent your home for a minimum of one night provided a property manager is utilized.
The CC&Rs and By-Laws will be coming in your mailbox in late November on a computer “thumb drive.” For those unfamiliar with how to use a thumb drive, please feel free to drop by the HOA office and pick up a hard copy of these documents. It is very important for all homeowners to read these governing documents, as these are what we are agreeing to abide by for the future.
For more information on the Voting Ballot and the Measures we will be voting on, the HOA President, Mr. Kim Fuller will be hosting two Town Hall Meetings to discuss the ballot and the measures. Please join him either Wednesday, Nov. 23 at 7:00 pm or Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 9:00 am in the Montecito Clubhouse.