President: Jeremy Michel
Vice-President: Michael Moosman
Secretary: April Teran
Treasurer: Wes Miller
Communications: MiKo Nielson
Alternate: Ivan Vidovic
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HOA BOARD PRESIDENT
Jeremy grew up in a hard working and religious family in Sandy, Utah. He is the 3rd of 6 kids and has a family heavily involved in real estate; for the men at least. On the other hand almost all of the women in the family are nurses. (Mom and 2 sisters) His parents were both children of German immigrants who escaped communist East Germany. German was spoken in the home. Family hobbies growing up were camping, hunting, hiking, soccer, basketball, and scouts. He was a young eagle scout at 14 years old. His family had a mini farm on their acre in Sandy with horses, chickens, ducks, and even sheep, a cow, and at one point a pair of turkeys. Today he has added wakeboarding, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and motorbiking to that list. He does not lack for hobbies. Jeremy married Alisa Croxford Michel in December 2013 and moved into Glendon Way as a wonderful start for their family. They now have an energetic and quick learning 2 year old who loves the pine cones, sticks, and also, terribly, the rocks at Glendon Way. They are expecting ANOTHER boy on the way in May 2017! They are wasting no time to start a fun family adventure.
Education and Professional Experience
Graduated from Alta High in 2002. Served an LDS mission in the Philippines 2003-2005 where he developed an attitude of service, love, and gratitude for what he enjoys in America. After a couple sales jobs, Jeremy began property management at Michel Investment in 2006, where he managed 30+ rental properties; all while attending college. He completed a bachelors in Business Mgmt at UVU with an Entrepreneurship emphasis in 2009. At Utah Valley University (UVU) he received the Beta Gamma Sigma Honors. Jeremy became a licensed Real Estate Agent in Utah that the same year. He started M & M Properties LLC with his brother in 2010 to buy and sell foreclosure properties. The company acquired over a dozen rental properties from 2010-2015. Now they have sold over 100 properties! He is currently involved in a local rotary service club and local church service. In addition he serves on one other non-profit board called Youthlinc.
Jeremy joined the board to help improve the hideous exteriors of the buildings but soon found there was flooding and other major issues and began to pitch in. Improving the Glendon Way community has become a huge priority. He has a strong vision for the future and feels that the 1 units will one day sell for 200,000 and the 2's and 3's as high as $180,000 if we put our resources to good use and pitch in as a community. He also believes that 75% of all units are NOT condos but townhomes which have a higher resale value as they own some land with a yard.
HOA BOARD VISE PRESIDENT
I grew up in south-east Idaho. I am the youngest of six children. I became interested in computers at an early age. I went to school at Idaho State University studying mathematics for one year before serving an LDS mission in Texas. After my mission, I followed four of my siblings down to the Salt Lake area and started an entry level job as a software developer while taking classes at SLCC. Three years later, I started working at UnitedHealth Group and have worked there for the past 16 years.
Skills and Attributes
I have developed several skills that can help the Glendon Way community. I have created several professional websites for my company and can continue upgrading and maintaining the Glendon Way website. I am highly organized and will follow through on complex assignments. I respect the people in the community and will work for their best interests.
I am interested in overhauling our existing website. I am interested in proactively collecting feedback from the community and finding good ways to solve their problems. I would like to work with the board to investigate ways to improve home value while keeping the HOA payments low. I am interested in making long term investments into the property that will save time and money in the future.
HOA BOARD SECRETARY
I was born in Salt Lake City. I have a twin sister and one older sister. I moved to Texas when I was 12 and moved back to Utah for college at 19. I have been married for almost 14 years and am the mom to 3 beautiful daughters - Lily, Brooklyn, and Olivia. I have a bachelor's degree from BYU in family child development with an emphasis in early childhood. I teach preschool at SLCC at their lab school and have been there for 6 years.
Skills and Attributes
As a teacher I have developed many different skills. Some of the ones that I think can help the board is that I am very organized and follow deadlines very well. I am also a very good listener and I take good notes. I am also good at creating and maintaining filing systems.
I would like to get to know the community better and be able to have neighbors help create solutions for problems that we as a community are experiencing and share their ideas and thoughts with the board. I would like to as a board continue to push finishing the undone projects that have been started so that maintaining them can become an easier task. I would also like to see what can be done to raise property values but not the dues.
HOA BOARD STAND-BY
I moved in Utah 2008, I am from Croatia. I am the father of two amazing kids. I bought this condo in November 2005 after my divorce.
Skills and Attributes
I enjoy working with technology and computers and I am realy good with security systems and anything IT related. I am good with banking and can finding good deals and lower interest rates. I am good with math, numbers and finances.
I would like more communication betwen everybody in the community, more e-paper and e-communication. I want to improve the Glendon Way website, and implement a chat feature. I would like to see more security cameras in the community. I want to find better vendors, good deals and lower interest rates on loans. The HOA fees need to be reduced. I would like to get more community BBQs and meetings with everybody, reduce rent to 10%, place restrictions on big dogs any pets, increase value of condos to 200K, get more done for less, look for donations from the state or federal government, and just to make life easier.