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Montgomery Neighborhood Leaders

The following is a listing of neighborhood leaders and the communities they represent.

  • Abraham Vineyard:   Roosevelt Reed
  • Arrowhead Homeowners Association: Jeff Vines (president)
  • Bellwood East Community Association: Luther Reynolds
  • Bellwood Neighborhood Association: Pam Stewart (president)
  • Bolyston Community Association:  Steve Braunstein (president), Theresa Jones (vice president)
  • Bridlebrook Farm Homeowners: Karen Anthony
  • Brighton Area Residents Association: Mike Conn (president), Pam Stubbs (vice president)
  • Sheridan Heights Garden Club: Maggie Stringer (president)
  • Burton Avenue Neighbor hood Association: Albert Calhoun
  • Capitol Heights Civic Association: Jack Pearson (president), Rob Thornhill (vice president)
  • Carriage Hills Neighbor hood Association: John Thompson (president)
  • Carver Park: Ophelia Burton, Alfonso Colvin
  • Centennial Hill: Donald Jenkins (president), Betty Jean Foy (vice president)
  • Centennial Hill Neighborhood Association Inc.: Drayfus Trotter (president)
  • Charlestown Development: Marva Watkins
  • Cloverdale-ldlewild: Theresa Fitzsimmons
  • Cloverland Neighborhood Association: Mattie Wilson
  • Communities Improvement Association: Mary Gibbs
  • Copperfield Neighborhood Association: Bob Parvin (president)
  • Cottage Hill Foundation: Nathan Prater, George Evans
  • Dalraida Association: Mike Broadfoot
  • Dannelly Pines Neighborhood Association: Frank L . Shine
  • English Village: Louise Grant (president), Cecil McNear (vice president)
  • Flatwood Community Association: Willie Bennett
  • Forest Hills Neighborhood Association: Bill Shelton
  • Garden District Preservation Association: Sandra Nickel
  • Gatsby Lane Association: Ed McBride (president), Bubba Patton (vice president)
  • Gay Meadows: Phillip Lassister
  • Green Acres Association: Peggy Purvis, Terrance Collins
  • Grove Hill Estates: Carole Coker
  • Haardt Estates: Edward Stevens
  • Halcyon South Association: Natalie Smith
  • Halcyon Summit: Alan Farrior
  • Halcyon Forrest Trail Association: George Schrader
  • Hazel Hedge Homeowners Association: Tom McCabe (president)
  • Hickory Bend Community Association: Freddy Chapman
  • Highland Park Association: Lea Richardson ( president), Betty West (vice president)
  •  Hillwood Area Homeowners Association: Charles Barnett (president)
  •  Houston Hills Neighborhood Organization: Rev. Clemmie L. Loman (president)
  • Hunter Station: Vera Ashley
  • Johnson Estates: Clarence Peterman (president)
  • King Hill Association: Mary Ann Myles (president)
  • Lee Oaks: Kathy Draper (president)
  • Litchfield Neighborhood Association: Vivian Kendrick
  • Madison Park Community Involvement: William Winston
  • Mayfair Woman's Club: Sue Reehl
  • Mobile Heights Community Association: I.L. Bell (president)
  • Monterey Park Neighborhood Association: Al Hood (president)
  • Newtown Community Association: James Feagin ( president)
  • Norris Farms: Paige Himmelberger (president)
  • North Pass Community Association: Daisy Fann (president), Buck Peters ( vice- president)
  • Old Cloverdale: Paul and Marie Majerick (mayors), Chris Tippett (vice mayor)
  • Perry Hill Association: Ann Beasley
  • Pike Road Community Association: Jim Grasiiano
  • Plantation Estates Neighborhood Association: Leon Mann
  • Regency Communities Association: Jon Dow (president), Alma Clark, Jessie Clark, Gerald Williams Rosa Parks
  • Combined Communities: Margaret Davis
  • Rosemont Heights: Cathy Stevens
  • Southern Meadows: Samuel Gadson (president)
  • Southlawn Community Organization: John W. Sharp (president), Veronica Sharp
  • Spring Valley: John Owen (president), Kirk Wood (vice president)
  • Sturbridge Homeowners Association: Xan Morrow (resident president)
  • Taylor Crossing Neighborhood Association: Angie McClellan (vice president), D.J, Lucas (secretary)
  • Taylor Downs Homeowners Association: Brian Key (president)
  • Twin Gates/Brewer Heights: Clardie Johnson
  • Truett Manor Neighborhood Association: Charles Wright (president)
  • Warrenton Estates Neighborhood Association: Betty Key (president)
  • West Chisholm Improvement Association: Rebecca Martin
  • Westgate Neighborhood Association: Cheryl Myrick (president), Andrea Price
  • Westscott Neighborhood Association: Amos Harris
  • Westwood Neighborhood Association: Theodore White (president)
  • Working in Neighborhood Groups through Support: Aieda Harris (president)
  • Woodcrest Neighborhood Association: Jarome Thomas (president), Anthony Dumas (vice president)
  • Woodley Park/Governor's Estate/ Country Brook South Neighborhood Association: Andre Bolding (president), Shirley Cheatham
  • Woodley Park Meadows Estates: Eddie Doxie
  • Woodmere Neighborhood Association: Charles Rowe (president)
  • Young Farm Place Neighborhood Association: Dorothy Samuels (president)

If you would like your neighborhood association listed, have a correction to this list, or have information you would like added concerning your neighborhood association e-mail us at blues@wsfa.com

 

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