Linda Harvey and Linda Shannon-Hills
Please extend a warm welcome to the 19 new homeowners who moved to SaddleBrooke Ranch (SBR) in April 2022.
The new homeowners are listed at the end of this article. Some of these new homeowners appear in the pictures on this page. As you see, the photos are a great way to be introduced to the community.
The Newcomers Welcome Volunteer (NWV) program is designed to share information about SaddleBrooke Ranch from a resident’s point of view based on what has been found to be important when moving into the community. While most of our residents have lived in various communities over the years, SBR is unique and special to those who have chosen to live at the Ranch. During our Newcomers Welcome Gathering held once a month, we share information to make settling into the community a bit easier. The sooner a homeowner learns their way around, the sooner they can begin to enjoy their new life.
The first thing all new residents should do is stop by the Front Desk to introduce themselves to Jamie Shipley, located at the east end of the Ranch House near the ballroom entrance. Jamie is the first point of contact for HOA questions. She can help with many questions that new residents have with HOA website logins, keys to the pool area, charging authorization at the Ranch House Grill, Bistro Veinte, and Ed’s Dogs, and much more.
The month after a homeowner closes on their home, a welcome email is sent from the volunteer group that includes important and timely information, including the SBR Settler’s Guide along with several attachments with information to assist a new resident to settle in. Next, a resident volunteer will call, or send an email or text message, to extend a welcome and answer questions you may have. If you have lost or not seen the welcome email with its attachments, simply email [email protected] or [email protected] for another copy.
The cadre of Newcomer Welcome Volunteers consists of SBR residents who enjoy welcoming people to the community. They are active and enthusiastically involved with many of the clubs and organizations. You might even meet the volunteer at the Creative Arts & Technology Center, on the pickleball court, or at a blood drive. You will find our volunteers are the reason SaddleBrooke Ranch is a special place to live.
Closings in April:
Unit 3: Daniel and Susan Fetters
Unit 4A: Nicolas and Carol Rau, Richard and Janelle Sundberg
Unit 4B: Richard Babiarz and Kathryn Krupski
Unit 6: Richard and Lana Richardson
Unit 16C: Deborah Wieczorek and James Green
Unit 17: William and Cynthia Fowler
Unit 18A: James and Karrie Hannan, Patricia Russell, William Dunmire and Susan Mettel, John and Janita Sharum, David Scaglione and Diane Bouchard, Jim and Janna Copel, Robert Nelson and Patricia Mehrhoff, Dale and Valeria Zupancic
Villas 14B: Robert and Sally Clinard, Wayne and Kelly Burton
Villas 21A: Richard Juneau, Ronald and Carol Beeley