Board of Directors
2021-2022 Board of Directors
Board of Directors' email addresses and phone numbers are available in the Meadowbrook Lake monthly newsletter.
President: Lynn Kocan
Lynn and her husband, Richard, moved into MBL in 1987, with two children, Kimberly and Neil, who are now in homes of their own. Both have served on the board several times in the past. Lynn has also served on Novi’s ZBA and Planning Commission. Lynn is currently retired and spends time in the garden, walking their dog-Buddy, attending Mustang Club functions, and caring for parents.
Vice President: Melissa Byrd
Secretary: Cassie Ball
Treasurer: Tom Kirk
Tim and his wife, Jennifer, have lived in Novi since 1988, moving into MBL in 2017. His first board position was Parks in 2020, with a transition to Treasurer in 2021. He is an optometrist and former owner of Town & Country Eyecare in Novi. Their daughter, Emily, is an exhibit designer at the Henry Ford Museum, and their son, Matt, is an engineer with GM. He enjoys anything outdoors, birds/fishing, woodworking, and volunteering. He hopes to improve transparency, continue our great MBL traditions, and add a few more.
Architecture: Doug Harrington
Doug is a long-time resident of MBL since 1995 (41483 Glyme). He and his wife, Susan, have been married 37 years and have raised a son, Andy, and three daughters: Lesley, Lauren, and Jill. Doug graduated from Central Michigan in 1978 and retired from Ford Motor Company in 2021. This is his second time serving on the MBL board.
Civics: Mike Barton
Parks: Jim Huchok
Jim and his wife Debbie are recent residents of MBL, having moved here in July 2020 from Bloomfield Hills. Both are now retired and enjoying life being closer to their daughter, son-in-law, and two wonderful grandchildren. Jim is looking forward to being a part of maintaining and improving our park for all MBL residents.
Ecology: Tiffany Kotimko
Social: Jennifer Villaneuva
Webmaster: Bob Rozelle
Bob and his wife Joan moved into Meadowbrook Lake Subdivision in 2011. Bob and Joan frequently walk in the neighborhood with their son, Billy, and their dog, Gray.