VICE PRESIDENT – Suzanne ‘Chippy’ Flynn
My husband, Brian, and I moved from Des Moines, Iowa to a rental home in Sierra Canyon in October 2011. We moved into our newly construction home in July of 2012. We had looked at many 55-plus communities, but Sierra Canyon was the community that met all of our criteria.
I was an elementary school teacher for more than 36 years. We have one daughter who lives in the Portland, Oregon area with her husband and two children.
Since moving here, my husband and I have become the Tuesday Community Social and I was the Village Delegate to my village for the Sierra Canyon Voice.
We are active participants in many social events at Sierra Canyon and love all that the Lodge has to offer the community’s residents.
Secretary – Loren Farell
Loren and Deena Farell bought into Sierra Canyon in late 2010 and moved in permanently in August 2013 after Loren retired as a Detective Lieutenant from the LAPD and Deena as a Pediatric Physical Therapist.
They both enjoy traveling in both their motorhome and on cruises. Loren is a fly fisherman and active with the fly tying group here at Sierra Canyon and Deena enjoys the various fitness groups. Both are active participants in the Sierra Canyon social activities and are very happy here in Northern Nevada.
DIRECTOR – Tom Hedger
Tom has 32+ years in global fortune 500 companies working as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Director in diverse industries. Overseeing companies, subsidiaries and partnerships in North America, Caribbean and South Korea. He semi-retired in 2013 to open his own security trading company, one of his passions. Tom grew up in the suburbs of Detroit with corporate transfer’s has lived in TX, OH, NJ and LA. Tom met Laura while living NJ, Laura wanted to live near her daughter who lived in Reno. Laura moved from NJ and Tom from New Orleans to Sierra Canyon in July, 2016.
Tom is an active participant of the hiking, snow showing, walk and talk, investment, options and Tuesday social groups at Sierra Canyon. You will see Tom walking his dog, Smitty, throughout Sierra Canyon and Somersett. Getting involved in and serving on the board, committees and groups is the best way to make Sierra Canyon a better place to live.