Board of Directors (BOD)

Sun City Grand’s Board of Directors, composed of seven elected residents, represents the voice of the Community. The Board of Directors constructively listen, discuss, and take action to resolve issues, and enhance the overall Community. The Board of Directors conducts several types of meetings in fulfilling this responsibility to the Association. In addition, they serve as the corporate policy-making body for Sun City Grand. The Board election takes place in the first three months of the year. Each Director is elected by the members of the Association to serve a two-year term. Volunteers are welcomed, watch for Call for Candidates, as these positions become available.

President

Don Love

granddonlove@icloud.com

Term expires 3/2022 -- Serving 1st Term

Don and Elaine, his wife of 54 years have lived in SCG for 1 year. Don Graduated from Purdue University and served in the Marine Corps as a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War. Previous owner of a medical device distributorship while located in Northern California and later retired there where he served as President of a Trilogy HOA for three years. While in Sun City Grand, Don has served on the Financial Advisory Committee, the Reserve Sub Committee and the Long Range Planning Committee.

Don Love

Vice President

Alan Meyer

grandameyer@aol.com

Term expires 3/2021 -- Serving 2nd Term

Alan and Debbie have lived in SCG since 2014, having relocated from New Jersey. Alan plays golf and bocce and is a past member of the Finance Advisory Committee. Debbie is treasurer of the Bocce Club and a neighborhood rep. Alan is a graduate of Rider University and is a NJ licensed certified public accountant.

Alan Meyer

Secretary

Steve Bowen

steve4grand@gmail.com

Term expires 3/2022 -- Serving 1st Term 

Steve and his wife are full-time residents of Sun City Grand. Steve has been a practicing lawyer for 40 years, working in state government, private companies, and law firms. His experiences in dealing with a large number of complex and changing issues, in a variety of settings and contexts, have allowed him to develop a skill set that he think aligns well with membership on the SCG Board of Directors.

Treasurer

Stephanie Sloggett-O'Dell

stephanie4grand@gmail.com

Term expires 3/2022 -- Serving 1st Term 

Stephanie and her husband moved to SCG as full-time residents in February, 2019. Stephanie has a law degree and a Master of Laws degree. Her early career was in the aviation industry where she served as a Union Board member and was later recruited into the airline’s management.  Stephanie served as a Senior Staff Attorney for the Association of Flight Attendants, the largest union representing flight attendants in the US. She was recruited into the healthcare industry as Vice President of Labor Relations and Chief Negotiator for a national acute-care hospital chain.

Stephanie Sloggett-O'Dell

Board Member

Barbara Minick

barbaram4grand@gmail.com

Term expires 3/2022 -- Serving 1st Term

Barbara has been a full time resident at Grand since 2018.  She moved to Arizona in 2000 and joined the former Sun Health Healthcare Services organization as their Director of Strategic Planning. She went on to serve as VP of Operations at Boswell Memorial Hospital and joined Banner Health Systems (Bowell Medical Center) as their Operations Administrator. Barbara retired from Banner Thunderbird Medical Center as their COO in 2017 but continues to provide healthcare consulting services to clients across the US. She has degrees in Design, Business and Speech Pathology. She is currently licensed as an attorney in California with a specialty in Healthcare and Bioethics. Barb served on the Long Range Planning Advisory Committee at SCG before joining the Board in 2020

Barb L Minick

Board Member

Gene Neigoff

gene4grand@cox.net 

Term expires 3/2021 -- Serving 2nd Term 

 Eugene and his wife, Judy, have lived in Grand since June of 2001, they have been married for 44 years. Eugene started out as a Neighborhood Representative and worked on the Architectural Review Committee Standards Sub-committee for 5 years. He was appointed to the master Architectural Review Committee and served until he was elected to the Board of Directors. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois and Loyola University, holding degrees in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. Eugene is proud to hold a Professional Engineering License. He served in the Army and in Vietnam for 19 months.

Gene Neigoff

 

Board Member

Earle Greenberg

greenberg4grand@gmail.com

Term expires 3/2021 -- Serving 2nd Term

Earle started snowbirding here with his wife Sandy in 2013, his parents soon followed and last year his son moved to Surprise. Earle is a featured regular in our Drama Club Musicals and Variety Shows, sings with the Music Club, became a Pickleball addict, lap swims in our beautiful pools every night and is a member of the Shalom and Baby Boomers Clubs. He was a member of Long Range Planning as the resident tech geek, taught CAM staff how to live stream Board meetings in 2014 and spent 40 years as Owner/Producer/Director of a video production company in Chicago. He spent his first year on the Board as Chairman of the Architectural Review Committee in an effort to make processes more homeowner friendly.  He has a B.S. from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Illinois. He has also been a Chairman and member of municipal and not-for-profit Boards and discovered late in life that he loved getting his hands dirty by renovating houses, which he continues to do at SCG in all his spare time.

Earle Greenberg

Grand Vision Statement

Grand is the premier active, age-restricted community in Arizona.

Grand Mission Statement

Grand provides residents with a high-value community, with resort- style amenities, in which every person can choose to participate and live well, based on their needs and desires. This high standard will maximize our investments and promote our well-being in an active close-knit community.

Grand Value Statements

In support of our Mission Statement, we hold to these values:

  • We foster relationships built on respect, trust, and effective communications.
  • We listen to understand.
  • We are open-minded, collaborative, and always look for ways to improve our community.
  • We believe in life-long learning and a desire for active well-being.
  • We are a forward-looking, fiscally-sound community.
  • We encourage an environment of empowerment and personal responsibility.