Cacapon South POA currently has a nine-member Board of Directors. Each elected member sits for a three-year term. There are committees for architecture, communications, and maintenance.
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- Membership and roles
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Membership and roles
- Bruce Anderson
- Don Brannon – Maintenance Chair
- LeeAnn Brannon (Ex-officio) – Architecture Review Committee Chair
- Scott DuBoff – Treasurer
- Reidonna King – President
- Dale Kirchner
- Thom Rubel
- Craig Thibaudeau – Vice President, Communications Committee Chair
- Carol Wiles – Secretary
Bruce Anderson (Current term: March 2020 – March 2023)
Bruce and his wife Susie relocated from Ellicott City, MD in April 2019. Bruce worked as a Project Manager for mechanical contractors (HVAC & Plumbing) for the last 41 years having worked on nuclear power plants (upgrades) and many government projects. He served on the board of directors for Plumbers & Steamfitters Joint Union Local 486-MCA Apprenticeship School, bringing budget, curriculum, teachers, training, discipline, recruitment, and interview experience to the Cacapon South Board. He and Susie are navigating their new world of “retirement” and look forward too many rewarding years in Cacapon South and experiencing everything Wild Wonderful West Virginia has to offer.
Don Brannon (Current term: Board Appointed)
Don and his spouse LeeAnn have been part of the community since 1999 when they started building their vacation home on Phoebe Lane. Both are both “military brats”. Don following in those footsteps by serving in the Army for 23 years. Don has over 41 years of federal service as he followed his military service with serving in the civilian service in the Pentagon. His military career took them to Germany, Belgium, New York, Colorado and Georgia before working at the Pentagon. He primarily worked tactical and strategic communications for the Army, working in the Army budget office funding weapon systems dealing with Congress. His last 15 years were with the construction/demolition/inspection/funding from cradle-to-grave military community housing development across the world for the Army. Don retired in July of 2020. LeeAnn recently retired after 30 years of teaching elementary, junior and high school level Art in international and stateside schools. Both are happy to be part of the Cacapon South and look forward to giving back to this great community
Scott DuBoff (Current term: Board Appointed)
Scott and his wife Beth love Cacapon South! Owners since July 2012, their log home is on an old logging road affectionately called “Lazy Bear Lane.” An attorney in Washington D.C. for many years, Scott’s practice changed to part-time in the early months of 2018. Beth is a retired teacher and administrator with the Fairfax County (Virginia) Public Schools. Although they had been splitting time between Cacapon South and their home in McLean, Virginia, in late 2017 Cacapon South became Scott and Beth’s full-time home. They have four sons, four daughters-in-law, and nine grandchildren. Scott serves as Treasurer.
Reidonna King (Current term: March 2020 – March 2023)
Reidonna has been a full-time resident since 2013. She lives here with her husband Julian. Currently, she is an after-school program director. Past experience includes 15 years in Cary, North Carolina where she served as a customer service specialist at the Public Works and Utility Department. She also held a real estate broker license for 20 years, working primarily with developers on new home sales. Reidonna is President of the Board of Directors.
Thom Rubel (Current term: Board Appointed)
Thom and his spouse Paul Salinas have been Cacapon South residents since 2010. He is a semi-retired information technology analyst and former U.S. government employee who continues to work as an adjunct information technology research advisor. He also serves as Executive Director of the Morgan Arts Council, where he oversees the operations, staff, and budget for the Ice House in Berkeley Springs, and is a board member and Past President of the Berkeley Springs-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce. His interests in Cacapon South are to ensure its vitality by maintaining an attractive, open, and friendly neighborhood for all.