Harbor Village Cooperative

2021-2022 Board of Directors

Brian M. Wamsley

President

Brian and his wife Katt have called HV home since 2018. Brian is an IT Specialist at Samaritan Hospital and has experience in the hotel/B&B industry. Brian brings experience in relationship coaching. Brian has lived in an RV for 6+ years and knows the the realities of this type of living.  After a few years of trying to find local, traditional housing, he and Katt realized - Where else can we live this close to the bay and be surrounded by such an amazing community?  "I look forward to being a part of making this community even better, because a Cooperative is more than just me. It's an honor to be entrusted with this position. We have to be a team."

Pat Schaffner

Vice President, Coop Operations Manager/CASA Liaison

Pat lived on the RV side for several years before becoming a MH owner with wife and business partner, Teresa. Pat volunteered to serve on the board because he brings private business ownership experience including mining, construction and building application and operations. Pat most recently served as VP on the HVC interim Board where he took on Coop Operations Liaison role. "I've run a multi-million dollar family business with great success. I've served on boards and was President of my local Fire Department. 2021 has allowed me to apply that experience, work as a team and truly help the residents and improve Harbor Village."

Blanca Smith

Secretary,  Resident Communication Liaison

Blanca  has operated an Event Planning business and Staffing company in the Bay Area since 2010. She remotely manages 86 staff personnel. Blanca is also a Professional Interpreter for patients in the Lincoln County Samaritan Health System. She and Steve have lived in this beautiful community at Harbor Village since 2018. "I appreciate the opportunity to serve as your Resident Liason in helping build a strong sense of community and help develop and initiate creative solutions to better assist in and serve our Harbor Village Community."  

Sharon Beck

Treasurer

Sharon moved from Secretary to fill the vacant Treasurer role during the Board's Interim period. In addition to years of business leadership, Sharon's experience is in Business, Accounting and includes certifications in Human Resources, Project Management, Change Management, Problem Solving and Facilitation. Sharon & hubby bought their MH in 2018. "My goal is to keep rent affordable and help our HV community manage the park by listening to what people need, and want, then making decisions in a collaborative way."

Rachell Freshour

Member at Large

Rachell has lived on the RV side for 5 years. Her background includes managing two childcare centers at the Boeing Family Center in Everett, Washington for 15 years with my 10 years as the Office Manager. She was in charge of collecting tuition for 150 children and managed 35 staff members. Rachell coordinated families, staff meetings and parent and staff concerns. She ordered office and classroom supplies and was in charge of documentation, ensuring compliance with State regulations. "I was so happy we successfully were able to purchase our park and just love it here. Most people here just know me as the pug lady and that's fine with me."

Jim Watson

Member at Large

Jim and wife Lisa purchased the MH in space #13 summer 2021  Jim's background includes a B.S. Degree in Business Administration (Marketing) and a Masters Degree in Public Administration (Government and Policy). His work history includes multiple odd jobs growing up such as working construction, warehouse positions and several years as a sales associate for Valley Foods (U.S. Foods). I was hired by the Las Vegas, Clark County Fire Department in 1995 and enjoyed a 25 year career there. "I believe I can bring a well rounded, common sense approach and perspective to the Harbor Village Cooperative Board of directors." 

OPEN POSITION

Member at Large

To Be Announced

Property Managers & Staff

Cheryl Jones

Commonwealth Assistant Manager

Cheryl lives and has worked in the Harbor Village office for more than 5 years and knows the property well. She stepped in despite being on medical leave to keep the office open and work with the Board in the first days of ownership. The park could not have continued the daily operations without her dedication and love for HV. Cheryl's husband Mike not only assists neighbors but volunteers in maintaining park vehicles and infrastructure. 

Raymond Key

Commonwealth Maintenance

Ray has lived and worked in Harbor Village Maintenance for 2 years. He helped transition the Coop from the previous park owner to a Resident Owned Community by not only keeping Maintenance going but assuming the housekeeping role which was vital during the pandemic.