One of the enduring lessons of Carl’s tenure is that our GM doesn’t have to have any specific skill set. He doesn’t need to be a construction or irrigation expert, or have a deep knowledge of homeowner association law. What he does need is what Carl brought to RVR – tremendous management, leadership and communication skills. In Carl’s case, those skills were honed during a career in commercial and private banking.
The Board – and the community – can’t thank Carl enough for all he’s done to step in during this time of leadership transition. Befitting his humble nature, he’d be mortified that we’re publicly acknowledging his tremendous contributions.
Finally, we want to thank Carl’s wife, Tricia Hohl, for loaning him to us for the past four months, and also for her willingness to pitch in and help RVR on multiple fronts, including shooting professional photos for our website, and capturing memories at some of our RVR events. We’re pretty sure Tricia has some skiing, biking, golf, exercise, cooking and other activities ready for Carl when he returns to his well-deserved retirement at The Boundary neighborhood of RVR.
While today is Day One for Ashley, we haven’t seen the last of Carl. Carl plans to hang around long enough at the Ranch House to ensure a smooth transition, whether hours, days or weeks.
When you see Carl, please join the Board in thanking him for his superb service to RVR.
Carl’s last Board meeting, and Ashley’s first, is next week.
The January monthly RVRMA Board meeting is set for Wednesday, January 26, at 5:30 pm. It will be held in the Ranch House upstairs Board Room, and virtually by Zoom. Hope to “see” you there.
On behalf of your volunteer RVRMA Board,