Board of Directors - 2019

Resident since 2017 - Board Member 2nd Year
Dave and his wife, Lori, have two children, Madison (21) and Zack (18), both of whom are attending college.  In addition to joining the SLH Board shortly after moving in, Dave has volunteered for many institutions over the years, including the Boy Scouts of America, various PTOs in a variety of capacities, and many church committees and programs. Lori and Dave can usually be seen walking one of their dogs in the morning before work. Dave's day job is as an executive in nearby Maitland at a local community bank.

Resident since 2015 - Board Member 3rd Year
Kathy, a native Floridian and longtime Seminole County resident returned to Altamonte Springs several years ago to be closer to family (her brother and sister-in-law are longtime Spring Lake Hills residents) and her downtown office.  Kathy is a real estate litigation attorney in Orlando and has experience representing homeowners’ associations, and has previous experience serving on association boards of directors.  Kathy lives with Jeff and the youngest of their four children (age 15), while their elder three (ages 25, 23 and 21) enjoy visiting the house on the lake when on vacation from work and school.  
Resident since 2015 - Board Member 4th Year
Craig and his wife not only set their roots in Spring Lake Hills soon after the wedding, he joined the Board of Directors within a few short months. He is a financial analyst at Lockheed Martin and has contributed his time and skills to good causes such as Habitat for Humanity, Second Harvest Food Bank and also at Tangelo Park Elementary School.

Resident since 2017 - Board Member 2nd Year

Resident since 1970 - Board Member 5th Year
Bud and his wife, Anita, and their four children came to Spring Lake Hills in 1970. Only one family has been here longer! They are the proud grandparents of ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Bud is in his second 3-year term and previously served 2 years as President. During that tenure several improvements were made to our neighborhood: the flag pole at the entrance, a new notice board, a computer-based visitor control system, and improvements to the interior of the “Guard House”. Bud retired from Lockheed Martin in 1997 after 39 years of service. After retirement, he and Anita moved to Munich Germany for three years where he was a consultant on the Eurofighter program. Bud and Anita are active at the Maitland Presbyterian Church where he currently serves as chair of the Finance Committee and the Refugee Resettlement Ministry Group.

Resident since 1995 - Board Member 7th Year
A lifelong Floridian, Brian and his wife Jeanne have raised three children, (ages 23, 21 and 18) at their Spring Lake Hills home. In his third term on the Board, he has served the Board of Directors as President, Vice President, Architectural Review, Maintenance, and Communications/Website.  He's also served the community outside of board leadership through many partnerships he has forged between Spring Lake Hills and Seminole County, City of Maitland, Florida Wildlife Commission and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. He sponsored what is now an ongoing Seminole County MSBU program that benefits our community lakes and waterways, and continues to serve as liaison between Spring Lake Hills, the Seminole County Lakes Management Department and the Seminole County SERV Program.  Brian is a successful entrepreneur, commercial real estate and construction professional and continues to be active in multi-year positions with his church on the Pastoral Council, Stewardship Council, Finance Council, School Board, Booster Club, Strategic Planning Teams, and other projects.

Resident since 1998 - Board Member 7th Year
Gordon, his wife Susan and their son are Spring Lake Hills residents since 1998. Gordon can be seen walking their Golden Retriever Cody daily. He served on the board previously in multiple capacities, including President for 2 years, where he facilitated successful capital asset improvements in the community including reconstruction of the community wall, the playground renovation, and the establishment of the Infrastructure Team (Committee). His longstanding career in Neurorehabilitation has included expansion of a neurological rehabilitation company in Florida into Michigan and a successful sale of that company to a national brand. He has served on various hospital and rehabilitation committees, international committees, and works currently as a National Deputy Director for a national rehabilitation company serving 21 states. Gordon also volunteers at church with his wife and son.