Matt Epstein: Retired containerized steamship executive and …Garlic Farmer! Matt and his wife Donna moved to Griffin Oaks after 24 years in the Applegate Valley. Matt’s been active volunteering at Mae Richardson Elementary and teaching Junior Achievement classes. He and Donna enjoy walking the Twin Creeks area almost every morning. Recently assuming the GOMA presidency, Matt will be working to maintain the friendly and attractive neighborhood environment he and Donna are very happily to be living in.
Pam Olsen: Retired veterinarian. Pam moved here with her husband and 5 kids from Mountain Home Air Force Base in 2003. Pam is involved in church activities and supporting the Crater Lake Chapter of DAR. She helped install a Never Forget Garden at the VA facility. She has served on the Griffin Oaks Maintenance Association Board of Directors since 2007. Pam oversees the finances of the organization as treasurer.
Michelle Schwartz: Michelle has lived in Griffin Oaks since 2016 and is loving every moment. She and her husband, Sherm enjoy all the neighborhood has to offer. On her days off she enjoys long walks and coffee on the patio, gardening and visiting with her neighbors. Michelle currently serves as a Corporate Communications Manager for a local Fortune 250 company and volunteers as our Board Secretary. She is responsible for posting our Board Minutes, posting the quarterly newsletter and updating our neighborhood website.
Chuck Stamps: Retired US Coast Guard. In 2005, Chuck and his wife Iona moved here from Eureka, CA. Chuck has served on the Griffin Oaks Maintenance Association Board of Directors since 2011. He also serves on the Design Review Committee and oversees landscaping. Chuck loves our neighborhood and works hard to ensure it continues to look great!
Ted Sander: Ted and his wife Jennefer have lived in Griffin Oaks since 2014. Ted has lived in the Rogue Valley all his life and is a Crater High graduate and retiree from a local trucking company after 41 years. As a daily walker in the neighborhood, Ted is a great fit for the Design Review Committee.
Design Review Committee
The Design Review Committee (DRC) is comprised of a small group of residents who make decisions and keep the Board informed of all proposed home modifications brought to their attention by YOU – the homeowners.
Proposed changes to landscaping, fencing, exterior paint colors, satellite dish installation, erection of children’s playhouses and jungle gyms need to be approved by the DRC before any work commences. This ensures the continuation of “good neighbor” practices and maintains the aesthetics our very nice neighborhood, which in turn, keeps property values at a premium. For more information see the CC&Rs under "Information".
Chuck Stamps (pictured) & Dan Morley
Your CC&R, and other helpful homeowner information, can be found on the Neighborhood Info page of this website.