MEET THE HOA BOARD
Elected by homeowners, the Regency Place HOA Board Members are committed to maintaining and preserving the neighborhood, and helping improve homeowners/residents' lives. Each year, homeowners/residents play a part in electing up to nine (9) members to the HOA board during the Annual Meeting. The board is committed to being fully transparent and inclusive by encouraging homeowners/residents to participate in the monthly board meetings held at the Regency Place Community Pool at 6:30 pm on the 17th of each month.
Chuck Holland, President
Chuck and his wife, Liz of 50 years, moved here in 2012. They have 3 grown children and six grandchildren. Chuck retired as a Captain from Watertown, NY Fire Department after 30 years of service. He served the last 14 years as an EMT on heavy rescue. Chuck was also a state certified code enforcement officer in New York state. He looks forward to helping to keep Regency Place the place where everyone wants to live, raise their family and/or retire.
Board Member since: 2019
Contact: Community Maintenance
John Rigg, Vice-President
John is a returning board member who plans to work on expanding community involvement in Regency Place. “Regency Place is a great community, but one of the most frequent statements I hear from my neighbors is that the board does not seek resident input in HOA plans and decisions. I want to work with my fellow residents to create a more inclusive relationship between the board and the residents to make Regency Place an even better place to live.”
John lives on Prince Charles Dr. with his wife, Manju, and their oversized Boston Terrier. John runs his own IT consulting company working with various state, federal and private entities. In his free time, John enjoys cooking and landscaping.
Board Member since: 2019-2020; 2022
Contact for: Parking Violations
Sheri Wilson, Secretary/Treasurer
Sheri moved to Florida in 1995 and then into Regency Place in 2002 with her husband Gene of now 48 years. They have a new fur baby recently added to the family named Cookee. She has many hobbies and 7 grandchildren who visit quite frequently.
Previously, her past occupation was in the administrative field. Sheri has used her secretarial skills for the vast paperwork needed for Regency Place as her contribution to benefit residents and its homeowners since 2008. She will contonue to strive to improve Regency Place for all residents.
Board member since: 2008
Contact for: Secretarial Duties, Financial, Community Communications, Community Maintenance, Parking Violations, and Gate Access.
Nancy Mitchell, Director
Nancy, along with her husband Bob, have been residents of Regency Place since 2002. She retired in 2004 from the world of Banking after 25+ years. Nancy does miss her children and grandchildren, who all reside in MA. Among her many hobbies and interests, she is a "diehard Red Sox fan".
Board member since: 2012
Contact for: Community Events
Lucy Rodriguez, Director
Lucy Rodriguez and her husband moved from NYC (Brooklyn) upon retiring in 2009 after 20 years of service from the NYC Corrections-Transportation Division. She has been a resident of Regency Place since 2009. She has been married for 48 years and is a mother to 3 wonderful children and a doting grandmother to 6 grandchildren.
Board Member since: 2020
Contact for: Community Events; Community Violations.
Major Brack Dodd, Jr., Director
Major Brack Dodd, Jr. and his wife bought their home in Regency Place in 2016. After retiring from 35 years of service in The Salvation Army, they moved into Regency Place full-time in 2018. Brack has experience in electrical engineering, social services, pastoral work and financial services. He is a Certified Internal Controls Auditor.
In retirement, he and his wife continue working doing social services intake remotely for The Salvation Army of Nashville, TN. Brack and his wife love to cruise plus traveling. They have one son who is married and lives in St. Petersburg Beach.
Board Member since: 2019-2020; 2022
Contact for: Community Violations; Parking Violations.
N. Leroy Parker, Director
Leroy and his wife, Maxine, moved into Regency Place in 2000 and served on the first Regency Place HOA Board and twice after that. He also served 2-terms on the Regency Place ARC.
After retiring from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) following 33 years of service, Leroy founded Parker Forensic Services specializing in Crime Scene Procedure, Crime Scene Reconstruction, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and other related expertise. He travels the state and country conducting workshops for law enforcement personnel.
He enjoys playing tennis and going to the gym. With his extensive experience and knowledge of Regency Place HOA matters, Leroy returns once again to serve on the Regency Place HOA board.
Board member since: Multiple Years since 2000; 2022
Committee: Community Maintenance