2021 - 2022 Directors

Oak Meadow Directors have 3 objectives

    1. Take actions that best benefit the neighborhood

    2. Increase a sense of community

    3. Fulfill Board responsibilities for the association

(see the duties list at the end/below)

President - Joe Rueden


Elected October 2020, Term Expires Dec 2022

Vice-President - Amanda Schwartz


Elected Oct 2020, Term Expires Dec 2022

Communications Director - Enye McHugh


Elected Oct 2020, Term Expires Dec 2022

Neighborhood Events Director - Joe Shipley


Appointed January 2022 Term expires December 2023

Treasurer - John Wilson


Elected January 2021, Term Expires Dec 2022

Neighborhood Membership/Welcome - Han Sol Meinig


Elected Oct 2021, Term Expires Dec 2023

Architectural Committee - Eleanor Jurkowski


Elected Oct 2020, Term Expires Dec 2022

Interested in becoming a director?


    1. Dues in current status

    2. Have not exceeded the consecutive term restriction (two 2-year terms)

If you're interested, send an email to president@oakmeadowhomeowners.org.


Directors Duties:

These duties are flexible; this is just a starting point for the Board to work out who does what. Vary by individual skills and time commitments.


  • Supervise, direct, and control all business of the Association. Sign, execute, and acknowledge all necessary documents to perform the business of the Association. Authorize others to assist the Board. May backup the Treasurer or Architecture Director.

Vice President:

  • Backup the President in all duties; Keep and file the minutes of the organization. Coordinate the Annual Meeting. May backup the Treasurer or Architecture Director.


  • Send dues notices, collect payments from PO Box and Paypal, make and manage bank deposits, reconcile bank account, budget forecasting, cut checks / pay bills, coordinate annual landscaping contract, update financial and member contact info spreadsheets.

Architecture Director:

  • Receive and respond to member inquiries about Covenants or possible incidents of covenants violations in the neighborhood. Advise members regarding changes desired to ensure they are consistent with the covenants. Provide notices for non-compliance if required. Bring continued non-compliance issues to the Board through the Enforcement process.

Communications Director:

  • Write and distribute quarterly newsletters, update and manage HOA Facebook pages and HOA website, facilitate any other member communications, inform the Board of neighborhood feedback about projects/items that could impact our neighborhood, custodian of Association records.

Events Director:

  • Plan, coordinate, and execute neighborhood social events.

Welcome Director:

  • Assemble and deliver welcome baskets. Act as ambassador for Oak Meadow Neighborhood.