HF 2024 Election

HUNTWICK

Civic Association, Inc.

Please read the election information carefully.
  ~The polls are CLOSED~

We appreciate you taking the time to vote! If you didn’t get a chance to vote, please appear in person to the Annual Meeting or send a delegate with your proxy vote. Thank you!

Annual Member Meeting
Wednesday, February 21, 2024 – 7:30 p.m.
Huntwick Clubhouse: 5300 Coral Gables Dr.

Meeting ID: 617 530 4944

Passcode:  HCA2023

Or Dial-in: (346) 248-7799 (Houston)

Phone Passcode: 4993829

PROPOSITION #1 – Director Candidate Biographies

Giff Wilkerson and his wife, Julie, have been Huntwick residents for over 20 years, since moving to Houston from New Orleans. Their three adult children were all JWUMC preschoolers, Yeager Yellowjackets, and Huntwick Patriots swimmers. Their youngest, Lilly, is a proud Frassati Falcon and avid baby and pet sitter. To date, the older kids have all followed in dad’s footsteps at LSU in Baton Rouge. Along this journey, Giff served as Co-President of the Patriots for three seasons and Cy Creek Booster Club president. Giff’s career experience has been in the upstream energy business where he worked in technical and finance capacities within a major oil company, an independent consulting firm, and the last 15 years in energy private equity. Giff is currently a member of the faculty at Frassati Catholic High School. Julie and Giff are active parishioners at St Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church. Giff is seeking re-election for a second term.

Wanda Baker and her husband, Joe, have lived in Huntwick for 20 years. She has been serving as Vice President for the HCA since May 2022, filling a vacancy from the previous officer. Wanda has served on the HCA Board through numerous administrations in the capacity of Vice President, Deed Restrictions Director, and Membership; Activities Director. Wanda has acted as coordinator for the annual 4th of July event and luminary project for a number of years, and currently maintains communications between volunteer section chairs and block captains to provide welcome packets to new residents.

Marielle Spin is seeking re-election. She has been a resident of Huntwick for 22 years and her parents, Brigid and Vey Spin, have been residents since 1987. She has raised her two adult children here. They were Huntwick Patriots swimmers from the age of three years through high school graduation. They also attended John Wesley and The Redd School preschools and Yeager Elementary. During her time in Huntwick, Marielle has served as chair for Family Fun Fridays and Merry Mornings with the Huntwick Patriots, Director of Youth Activities for Huntwick Racquet Club for almost 10 years and was a member of the committee that worked to streamline our Deed Restrictions and transition ownership of Racquet Club to our water district. She currently serves as a block captain. Marielle’s professional experience has been with Compaq, Southern Chemical Corporation, and Hewlett Packard in multiple capacities, mostly dealing with Human Resources, customer service, and supply chain. She is an active parishioner at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church.

Beth Feldkamp Hilpert and her husband Dale moved to Huntwick in 1990, when they married. They raised their two adult children here and have been active in the community ever since. Beth’s background includes a 2-year degree in Commercial Floriculture and a BS in Packaging both from Michigan State University. Beth worked for Compaq, Hewlett Packard and Hewlett Packard Enterprise as a Packaging Engineer for almost 31 years before retiring in March of 2020. They are also active parishioners at Kinsmen Lutheran Church where their daughter married last April. Extracurricular activities include quilting, bunco, serving on the Beautification Committee, is an active member of a Book Club, and the Women’s Club. Beth also volunteers at the Gulf Coast Blood Center and was recognized at the Celebration of Life Luncheon and Awards Ceremony for serving over 400 hours each year. In the 3+ years Beth has served as a member of the beautification committee; she participated in projects such as selection of yard of the month recipients, research and recommendations for updates to holiday lighting, decorations and selection of many of the beautiful flowers and plants in the entrances and esplanades.

Carl Shannon and his wife Dorinda Oliver moved to Houston in August 2018 after he retired from the Los Angeles County (California) Sheriff’s Department. They chose Houston to be closer to Carl’s daughter and grandchildren who live near Huntwick and to Dorinda’s relatives in Humble. Carl and Dorinda enjoy Huntwick’s tennis teams, its older homes, the abundant trees, and especially the peace and quiet. Desiring to be involved with Huntwick affairs, Carl has been serving on the HCA Board as Security Director and Security Coordinator. He has pledged to keep our community safe and fully informed about any and all criminal activity and looks forward to being of further service.

PROPOSITION #2 – 2024 – 2025 Operating Budget

HCA Proposed Budget for 2024 Fiscal Year (Mar 2024 – Feb 2025)

PROPOSITION #3 – Deed Restriction Amendments

Proposition 3 seeks approval to modify the Amendment to the Revised and Amended Declaration of Reservations, Restrictions, Covenants and Conditions for Huntwick Civic Association, Inc., filed in the Public Records of Harris County, Texas on March 12, 2018. If approved Article Eight, Section 3: “Leases” would be amended to be fully replaced and to read as follows:

“Section 3. “LEASES” The Association shall require that all leases of any house must (i) be in writing and (ii) provide that such leases specifically are subject to the provisions of the Revised and Amended Declaration, the Articles of Incorporation, and the By-Laws of the Association and that any failure of the lessee to comply with the terms of these documents shall be a default under such lease. Additionally, each Owner shall furnish his tenant(s) with a current copy of these Deed Restrictions on or before the effective date of the lease.The leasing, rental, or license of any Lot or building situated thereon, for a period of less than one (1) year, is prohibited. The leasing or rental of a portion of any Lot is prohibited.”

BALLOT

Huntwick Civic Association, Inc. Annual Meeting

Tuesday, February 15, 2023

Huntwick Clubhouse 5300 Coral Gables Dr.

 Also via Zoom:

(CLICK HERE TO JOIN ANNUAL MEETING)

Meeting ID: 617 530 4944  Passcode: HCA2023

Or phone in: (346) 248-7799  

Meeting ID: 617 530 4944   Passcode: 4993829

INSTRUCTIONS

THIS BALLOT CONTAINS THREE (3) SEPARATE PROPOSITIONS.

Eligibility – Every homeowner in Huntwick is a Member of Huntwick Civic Association, Inc. Only one vote per household will be counted.

Methods of Voting:

– By Absentee Ballot:  You may submit your absentee ballot to Marielle Spin, HCA Secretary, at 5503 Westerham Place before 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 14, 2024

(By casting your vote via absentee ballot, you will forgo the opportunity to consider and vote on any action from the floor on these proposals, if a meeting is held. This means that if there are amendments to these proposals your votes will not be counted for the final vote on these measures. If you desire to retain this ability, please attend any meeting in person or vote electronically (details below). You may submit an absentee ballot and later choose to attend any meeting in person, in which case any in-person vote will prevail.)

– Electronic Ballot: You may submit your ballot electronically by (1) going to the bottom of this page, (2) completing the electronic ballot, and (3) submitting the ballot. 

Electronic voting will end at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. 

– In Person:  In person voting will take place during the Huntwick Annual Meeting at the designated time.  

– By Proxy – You may assign your proxy to any Huntwick homeowner in attendance at the annual meeting.  If you wish to execute your proxy, DO NOT complete this ballot.

Please complete your ballot for all Propositions and complete the signature block.  

ALL BALLOTS MUST BE SIGNED TO BE VALID.

Please note that any modification to the ballot, other than a valid floor nominee for a Board of Directors position, nullifies the ballot.