Board of Directors
Our Board - Your Neighbors
The members of the Board of Directors have been chosen for their skills and dedication to the establishing the property as a nature preserve and community trail. Many are experts in fields vital to the preservation of open space in our community. They are your neighbors and represent you in decisions made by Preserve Vistoso.
Gayle Mateer - President - Stone Village
Gayle Mateer has over 35 years experience in information technology and was a global head of information systems for several Fortune 500 companies, including Pfizer, Microsoft and eBay. Gayle splits her time between Rancho Vistoso and the Pacific Northwest. While in Arizona she volunteers at Tohono Chul, a non-profit botanical garden and art gallery in Tucson. Gayle is Chair of the Fundraising Committee.
Gerald Bren - Secretary and Treasurer - Somerset Canyon
Gerald retired after a 40 year career managing mutual funds and trust accounts for Nuveen Investment and US Bank. He has experience investing in a wide range of stocks as well as in private placement properties. He and his wife Karen moved to Vistoso in 2013. He and Karen spend the summer months in Minnesota. Gerald serves on the board of a grant making Foundation in the St Paul, Minnesota area since retiring eight years ago.
Terry Hart – Director – Summit South
Terry retired in 2015 after 34 years in the Coatings Industry working in management, sales, marketing, legal contracts, and operations positions. He has also been involved establishing multiple educational scholarships and a 501(c)(3) supporting youth and adult sports. Terry and his wife moved from Missouri and became permanent residents of Rancho Vistoso in 2016.
Roy Hoff - Director - Fairfield
Roy Hoff's background is in pharmaceutical sciences, where he was CEO of a medical startup that was acquired by Teva Pharmaceuticals. Mr. Hoff has served on private and public company boards as well as two different HOA boards in various capacities. He has been a resident of Rancho Vistoso for 18 years.
Rick London - Stone Canyon Enclave
Former CEO of an information technology company focused on software and hardware design for small and medium-sized businesses. Recently retired regional vice president of a large registered investment adviser. We moved from Minnesota to Oro Valley in late May 2018 and spend summers in Wisconsin on the edge of Lake Superior.
Craig MacKay- Vice President- Fairfield
Craig MacKay is a semi-retired entrepreneur, developer and business owner having owned businesses in Building Materials Manufacturing and Distribution for over 30 years. He currently splits his time between Rancho Vistoso and the Pacific Northwest.
Dan McLaughlin - Director - Vistoso Resort Casitas
Dan and his wife Connie are part-time residents of Oro Valley, splitting their time between here and their home in the Pacific Northwest. In 2017 Dan retired from a career in sales and marketing, most recently for Thomson Reuters, with a focus on business development and on-line marketing services for law firms. Their residence in Oro Valley is near the former Vistoso Golf course, and when he became aware of the possibility of the property being developed, felt compelled to get involved with Preserve Vistoso. In his newly found spare time, Dan enjoys hiking, biking, honing his photography skills and exploring the Sonoran Desert.
Pat Sturmon - Director - Summit South
Chair of Communications Committee. Pat has more than 35 years experience as a Public Relations executive in Chicago and retired as Director of Public Relations for Motorola’s North America group. She served on Boards of several nonprofits in Chicago, including Board Chair of the Girl Scouts of Chicago. She was a member of the Oro Valley Historical Preservation Commission and served on the Board of the Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona and was co-chair for Youth on Their Own Fundraising dinners. Pat and her husband, Dan, live in CenterPointe.