Board of Directors

 

President:  Kenny Hay

kennyI have called Lakeview Subdivision my home since 1995.  Ron Bell, Sam Long and I were the first to get together and discuss transferring control of our HOA from Eugene Heller to the residents of the subdivision.  With everyone’s help the HOA is now ours as residents of Lakeview.

I am asking for your vote to the board of directors to keep the momentum going for our HOA.  My main goal is simple, to make everyone in Lakeview proud of their subdivision.  The front entrance needs a lot of attention and I would like to see it be the first area we look to improve.  We also need to make improvements to the common grounds area at the lake.  We can improve both of these but it will take time to get them where we all would like them to be.  We won’t be able to do everything at once but if everyone stays involved, we can take one step at a time and see the improvements we all want.

My background is in the natural gas industry serving both Maury and Williamson Counties.  I have been employed by Atmos Energy for twenty-six years, and I’m currently the Operations Supervisor in Franklin. During this time, I served three years on the Board of Directors for the Williamson County/ Franklin Chamber of Commerce, served as President of the Franklin/Cool Springs Kiwanis Club and President of the Maury County Kiwanis Club, served on the Public Safety Task Force Team for Williamson County, and have been very active in Relay for Life and United Way.  My wife, Angela, and I have two sons.  Christopher works for Community Health Systems in Franklin, and Jonathan who is just finishing his freshman year of college at Morehead State University in Kentucky. We have all been members of Thompson Station Baptist Church since 1997.

I promise I will put my heart and soul into making our HOA work for all of us.  I have enjoyed meeting and talking with each one of you throughout the entire process whether we were agreement about it or not.  It’s great to see we can disagree on something and still come together to work for a common goal for the benefit of all of our families.  Again, I am asking for your vote, and I look forward to us all working together to make this a success.

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Treasurer  Barb Cochran

barbMy husband Jim, daughter Ari & I moved to Spring Hill TN from Southern California in 2003. We came out to visit family in Lewisburg and fell in love with Middle Tennessee… Within a few months of our visit we were calling Spring Hill Home!

We own Big Dogs Computers Services & Web Design on Main St. in Spring Hill, and yupper we have a”Big Dog” named Kenzie.  Jim is a Microsoft Certified Engineer and I do website design… I was a mortgage broker in my former life and this is so much more fun!. Our daughter graduated from Spring Hill High School and then got her Cosmetology license and is now working at My Mom & Me Salon in Spring Hill.

We chose our home in Lakeview Estates because it had a great country feel with lots of land to spread out in. In California the houses were so close you could almost reach out your kitchen window and do your neighbors dishes!

I ran for the board because I wanted to help out and be involved. Thank you to everyone that voted for me! I will do my best to represent the best interests of everyone in our community based on feedback from everyone in our community.

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Secretary  Estelle Lyons

Hi, I am Estelle Lyons. My husband, David, and I moved to Spring Hill from Phoenix in August of 2005. Accepting a new job and finding a place to live all in one weekend was quite a challenge. A whirlwind of 23 properties in two days was becoming overwhelming, until I found ‘the’ house in Lakeview Estates. Everything was perfect, right down to the new neighbors. As my job has evolved and Spring Hill has changed over the past seven years, coming home is always the best part of my day. We love being here and at this point I cant imagine being anywhere else.

When we attended the first HOA meeting in January I saw the need to bring the neighborhood together, making it what we all look forward to coming home to. I volunteered to be on the Board, stepping up to be a voice and helping to get the HOA up and running for the betterment of all. Now, after this short time of involvement and meeting people I should have met long ago has been truly enjoyable. I am excited about the future of our community. I place my name on the ballot for the Board of Directors with the promise of working with all our neighbors to make Lakeview the best it can be.
I thank you for your consideration.

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Board Member –  Jeff Kasper

Hello my name is Jeff Kaspar and I live down on the far end of Golden Pond Lane at 2534

I want to say thank you to everyone who voted for me at our last election. I promise to do my absolute best in representing all of my neighbors wishes and protecting their investment in their home.

Please feel free to contact me anytime to express concerns, ideas or just shoot the bull.

 

 

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Vice President –  Jeannie Hale

Hi, I’m Jeannie Hale.  My husband Andy, our three children, and I have lived in Spring Hill since 1999.  We lived in town for four years then decided we would like to live somewhere a little more private.  We really loved the surroundings of Lakeview.  We bought our house here in 2003 right after our second child was born.  Two years later we added onto our family again.  We love the fact that the lots in Lakeview provide plenty of space for our children to play and just be kids.  We love the fact that we’re in the country yet still close enough to town.

That being said, we feel that a strict HOA would go against the feelings of many people who live in Lakeview.  I personally moved here because it was in the country.  I think if people want to maintain a dictator type of HOA they need to realize that this is not Brentwood or Belle Meade.  Most of the people that live in this neighborhood value their privacy.  This is a rural neighborhood, not a gated community.  I don’t think people really want to have to ask permission from a HOA board to plant things in their yard or change out their mailbox.  If we must have a home owner’s association then I feel it should be very limited in reach.  I feel it should be used for the maintenance of the entrance and the small sliver of land leading to the lake.  I personally don’t want an HOA that has the power to pass out tickets or fines to people for a litany of absurd reasons.

I pledge that if I am elected to the board of directors of our HOA I will be a voice of reason. I found these quotes that ring true to my beliefs.  If you so agree, then please support my bid to be elected to the board of our HOA.

“He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself.”  Thomas Paine

“Freedom is the emancipation from the arbitrary rule of other men.”

“We now have so many regulations that everyone is guilty of some violation.”

Thank you for your consideration,
Jeannie Hale

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Board Member –  Lew Decker

 

 

 

 

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Board Member –  Peter Logan

 

 

 

 

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