Candidates for Board of Trustees

There are five candidates running for the Board of Trustees. There are four positions available.

The 2018 Candidates are Jasper Boomer, Cindy Gilbride, Ted Moore, Christopher Nelson, and George Stalcup.

Please review all biographies for the candidates.

 

 

Jasper Boomer

My Name is Jasper Boomer and my family moved in Sully Station in June 2015. I am an Army Veteran with an area of expertise the ability to connect with people, see things in a different light and be open to suggestions and recommendations. I would like the opportunity to serve the Sully Community as a board member to enhance the value of the present board. I would like to continue to help our community remain a desire by people seeking to move to the Centreville area.

I have over 15 years experience counseling, 25 years in various management positions in business to include family business and McDonalds. I have a Masters in Education, George Mason University and a Masters In Arts from Argosy University in 2012. I am presently an Addiction Therapist at INOVA Hospital Comprehension Addiction Treatment Service (CATS).

 

Cindy Gilbride

I have lived in Centreville since January 1981, and have been a resident of Sully Station since 1992. I have seen Centreville transform from a small community to a large, industrious community. My husband, Paul and our three children (now grown) have enjoyed living in Sully Station and all its amenities.

Since 2006, I have served on the Sully Station's Board of Trustees in both secretary and vice chairman roles. I have also served on the Sully Station Community as a volunteer for the swim team, the Neighborhood Watch Program and special events such as Taste of Sully, National Night Out, and Midnight Swim.

The Board of Trustees responsibility is to represent all the residents of Sully Station by making sound decisions that ensure Sully Station remains a desirable community to reside in and a place you are proud to call home. During my tenure on the Board of Trustees, I have sought to keep Sully Station a desirable place to live while at the same time keeping the homeowners fees reasonable.

I am currently employed with the Department of Defense in the Human Resources Directorate. I am also currently serving my 5th term on the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) as a Board Director which currently has a membership of over 165,000. I also serve on a board for the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives Educational Services. I believe my experience on various boards as well as my work experience has allowed me to be a valuable member of the Board of Trustees.

It would be an honor to continue to represent the citizens of Sully Station in the successful path that current Board members have bestowed on the community. I would appreciate your continued support and vote for me to remain on the Sully Station Board of Trustees.

 

Ted Moore

My family and I have lived in Sully Station for the past 11 years. My wife, Kathy, and I have three children. Previously we lived right around the corner in the Country Club Manor neighborhood. At that time, our daughters were already participating on the swim team. The pool and the swim team were two major reasons that influenced our move into Sully Station.

I currently serve as the chairman of the Events Committee. Since taking this position, we have increased the number of events and event participation. I feel this is a very important part of making Sully Station feel like a community. Outside the Sully Station Community, I have coached my daughter's SYA Lacrosse team, and my son's SYA Tackle & Flag Football and SYA Baseball teams.

Sully Station is a nice community in an ideal location with a great pool. In my opinion, the community could use some updates and improvements to compete with newer communities in Loudoun County and Western Fairfax. I want to make our community the one people move to when locating to the Centreville/Chantilly area.

 

Christopher Nelson

I have lived in our community for the past 26 years, enjoying the quality of life that Sully Station offers. This is the only neighborhood that my three daughters (28, 26 and 23 years old) have lived in from early childhood through High School graduation. I would like to continue to serve you as a Trustee and work with the fellow Trustees of the community to ensure Sully Station continues to be a great place to live.

I am currently completing my thirteenth year on the Board of Trustees and I am currently serving as the President of the Association for my tenth year, following three years as the Treasurer. I have previously served Sully Station as the coordinator of the neighborhood watch for several years in the early 1990s. Following that, I became an active volunteer for the Sully Station Swim Team, eventually becoming the data coordinator for the team and the NVSL division. I implemented the program for wireless internet at the Sully Station pool in the summer of 2004. In the local community outside our neighborhood, I served as the Treasurer for the Westfield Crew Boosters Club for three years, the organization that sponsors the Crew Team at Westfield High School.

I currently work advising Technology firms on financial matters. Besides finance, I have a background in engineering and Internet-related ventures. I plan to continue to use my experience in financial management to properly steward your homeowner's dues, community property and capital investments.

If reelected to the Board of Trustees I intend to work with the fellow Trustees to maintain this community as a great place to live while also ensuring your monthly dues payment remains reasonable. I believe Sully Station is one of the finest communities in Northern Virginia and I look forward to continuing to serve you as a Trustee and President. I appreciate your support.

Thank you.

 

George Stalcup

I have greatly enjoyed the privilege of serving the community as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Sully Station Community Association for 19 of the past 20 years.

I am a native Northern Virginian and have been a homeowner and resident of Sully Station since our community opened in September 1986. In 2010, I retired as a Director from the U.S. Government Accountability Office after over 40 years of federal government service. In that position, I worked extensively with the Congress on actions needed to strengthen management of federal programs and better protect taxpayer dollars. I became a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Virginia in 1992, am a Certified Government Financial Manager (retired), and a U.S. Army veteran.

I chose to again be a candidate for the honor to serve as a member of our community’s Board of Trustees, because of my continuing desire to represent the best interests of all Sully Station residents on the numerous issues facing our community, especially with as new challenges continuing to emerge as our neighborhood matures. Maintaining Sully Station's prominence as a landmark Northern Virginia community is imperative.