Board Members must be the owner of at least 1 condominium unit in the Disharoon Ridge Condominium Association. They do not need to actually live in a unit to serve on the board. Board Members are elected at the Annual Meeting which is held, generally, around July 4th (Saturday closest to the holiday). They serve for one year beginning at the time of election at the annual meeting until the next election.
Current Board Members are as follows:
Lewis Richardson, President 404-992-4167
Steve Neck , Vice President 770-794-4443
Judy Phillips, Secretary 678-773-0718
Roger Estill, Treasurer 770-354-7008
Berkley Badger 727-455-1758
Ernie Hensley 678-371-2283
Owners can contact the Board with questions and concerns. Emails may be sent to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Biographies of Board of Directors
Disharoon Ridge Condominium Association
Berk and his wife, Anne, have been married for 34 years. They have three children: Chris (27), Kelsey (22) and Katie (21). He has spent over thirty years in Financial Services Industries with the nation’s longest running financial broadcast “The Money Doctors” and “Global Financial Review”. He is a past member of several boards. His current board affiliations are Joseph’s Cupbearers, Int’l and Fresh Start Prison Ministry.
His goal as a Board member would be to maintain the momentum of positive changes implemented by our predecessors. He enjoys the smooth working relationship the current Board enjoys and the input of non-Board members willing to give a hand.
Roger and his wife, Elaine, purchased their condominium in 1996, living there while building their permanent home in the Audubon at Sconti neighborhood in Big Canoe. His condominium is now used for rental. He is a retired accountant/controller for a Fortune 500 company. He has been on the Board of Directors since 1998 and served as its president for six years. He is currently the treasurer.
Ernie and Shirley moved to Big Canoe from Lawrenceville, Georgia in December 2009. Ernie worked 30 years in higher education in Florida and Georgia. He retired in May 2013 from Georgia Piedmont Technical College in Clarkston, Georgia. As a Division Chair his job responsibilities included supervision of faculty, strategic planning, curriculum development, class scheduling, academic advising, purchasing, payroll and computer labs. Currently he is employed as the Access Control Supervisor for the Public Safety Department, Big Canoe POA. He is familiar with teamwork, group dynamics and goal setting. He is comfortable managing and solving planning issues. He appreciates living in Big Canoe and is a 2013 graduate of the Big Canoe Leadership class. He has enjoyed serving on the Board, and is willing to continue serving.
Judy has over forty years in real estate construction, development, sales and property management in Cobb County and Big Canoe. Currently she has a home based business involving rental property management and other administrative matters.
She and her husband, Chuck, have owned property in Big Canoe since 1980. They moved to their home on Grandview Lake in Jasper 20 years ago. They owned 419-A Disharoon for five years, sold it to her sister and brother-in-law and their partners, then later purchased 419-B which they currently own and rent. She previously served on the Disharoon Condominium Board of Directors for four years. She was re-elected to the Board in July 2013 and has served as co-chair with Berkley Badger on the Condominium Document Re-Write Committee.
Lewis and his wife Cathi, have lived in Big Canoe/Disharoon Ridge since July of 2012. They started as weekenders then became full-time in 2015 when Lewis didn’t need to commute to Atlanta daily. Lewis retired from Turner/CNN after 29 years in IT systems support, consultant/project management and managerial roles. They appreciate all the activities available inside and outside the Big Canoe gates. Plus, they love how many friendships they have been able to make here. They have two children, William and Maddie. Both children love it here as well.
Lewis has been working with the board to maintain the Disharoon Ridge landscaping since 2015. He has also been helping out with other random tasks around our condos.
Steve and his wife, Cindy, have been visiting Big Canoe for the past 25 years. Thirteen years ago, they, with their good friends John and Dianne Polak, twisted the arm of Judy and Chuck Phillips hard enough to purchase their condo, unit 419!
Steve has been in the insurance Industry for the past 38 years. He recently retired from State Farm as a Claim Team Manager after 33 years with them. Cindy is a Senior Systems Integration Analyst for Dekalb Medical. They have two daughters, Lindsay, who will be teaching in the fall at Isle of Hope Elementary outside of Savannah, GA, and Hannah, who will be attending the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA. They also have two retired racing Greyhounds, Kellin and Fletcher.
Their love of Big Canoe runs deep as they have also purchased their retirement home in the Equestrian Neighborhood and plan to move to Big Canoe full time within the coming year.
Steve has been involved in previous homeowner’s associations, holding several executive board positions. He will combine his business management experience, prior dealings as a homeowner’s association board member and his affinity for Big Canoe to move the agenda of the Disharoon Ridge Homeowner’s Association forward in a positive and progressive manner.