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solely used for IronOaks activities, menus and information. The resolution was unanimously approved. APPOINTMENT OF AD HOC


COMMITTEE. Ms. Petragallo announced the appointment of an Ad Hoc Committee for the sole purpose of reviewing the Association’s Reserves and Policies associated with the maintaining of the Reserve funds. Dave Wigton will chair the Ad Hoc Committee. COMMITTEE CHAIR APPOINTMENT.


Mr. Karp made a motion to appoint Mike Kozak as Chairman of the Properties Committee to fi ll the unexpired term of the current Chairman. COMMENT PERIOD Jim Wegman, Unit 32A, asked how much


was spent to refurbish the tennis courts and what is the next level of the project. Mr. Ankeny: Approximately $375,000 has been expended to replace 10 of the hard surface courts. We will be spending approximately $25,000 to replace courts 1 and 2. The only other outstanding item is the clay courts and the clay courts at Ironwood. Mr. Wegman: Are we pricing people out of the golf course? Ms. Petragallo: We try to offer homeowners and members something appealing and stay within the budget. Our rates are lower than Cottonwood, and we offer a punch card. Mr. Wegman: People can go down the road and play for less and get lunch too. Homeowners do not see


punch cards as a good deal. Mr. D’Amore: Since water rates are very likely to increase, we will have to factor that into our golf fee calculations for next year. Mr. Ankeny: Our operation is different from Cottonwood, which is subsidized by their homeowners. Mr. Wegman: We will lose more golfers. Dick Rubin said the Fitness Center has


800 plus members and 1600 Silver Sneaker members. A new fi tness center opened and the fee is $10/month. Our Center was state of the art 10 years ago. There is no advocacy for a facility that


is used


by so many homeowners. Need to take the facility into the future. Mr. D’Amore: Anyone can make suggestions for use of the FACE Fund. The Fitness Center is already high on the list. Mr. Deken: There was a study to enhance the Center so it is high on the radar. Mr. Rubin: Need to be careful on how to spend the FACE money. Mr. D’Amore: The FACE fund is only one way to fund a project. We will have to face the fact


that we will have several major


projects that we will have to go to the homeowners for approval to fund. Ms. Petragallo: Needs change over time.


As a community are we going to step up and do major projects is the question. Ms. Petragallo encouraged homeowners to continue to bring viable ideas forward on this topic. ADJOURNMENT: The meeting concluded at 11:35 a.m. 


editorial@robson.com — June 2012


IN PASSING...


Derrell Dean Fairfi eld Our


family says good-bye to Derrell,


and releases him to the loving arms of our Lord; a most wonderful husband, loving, supportive, and caring father, attentive and generous grandfather, a dedicated and true friend, and proud great-grandfather, one who served his country during WW II, worked diligently solving problems during his professional life, and volunteered countless hours with Neighbors Who Care and as a chaplain at the Phoenix International Airport. Derrell was born in Fisher, Illinois, on


December 16, 1927, and passed away peacefully April 28, 2012. He was 84. After high school, Derrell was drafted out of the University of Illinois and served his country in Germany. He then returned to Fisher to serve as president of the Fisher Amvets and the Fisher Alumni Association. He lived in Illinois on the family farm until 1960 when he then moved his family out to Arizona. He began his new career as route salesman for Shamrock Dairy, moving back and forth between Phoenix and Tucson as new positions demanded. He retired from Shamrock Foods as senior vice-president in 1994.


Derrell served as a deacon at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Tucson, treasurer at Palo Christie Presbyterian Church in Phoenix, and was on the board of the Crossroads Methodist Church, also in Phoenix. He served on the board of directors for the Master Dairies Association and many


other industry-related


associations, which allowed him to travel to dairies throughout the world; an experience he enjoyed and one he deemed an honor bestowed in which he felt truly blessed. In


Mary Davis Mary Davis was a vibrant, passionate,


committed, funny, loving, generous, awesome person. Mary loved the theater, including her roles in local Sun Lakes productions. She also was passionate about St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Chandler, Daughters of Penelope, and of course, her family and friends. Mary was preceded in death by her husband James whom she loved so well; her parents, George and Fotini Theodore; and her brothers James and Gus Theodore. Mary is survived by her brother, Steve Theodore (Diane), sister, Irene Lalagos (Peter, deceased); children, Helen Davis (Bashir Khalil),


James Davis


(Monique), Thomas (Jael) and Gus (Teresa); and niece Mary Mazzeffi (Steve). Mary has six grandchildren: Natasha Child (Cody), Talia, Timothy, Madeline, Alexandra, and Madeline. Mary has one grandchild expected in September who will be named


Jo Ann Muir Jo Ann Muir passed away quietly on April 18, 2012, in Chandler,


Arizona. She was born in Temple, Texas, on September 18, 1944. Jo Ann was preceded in death by her husband Darryl Muir; her parents, LL and Theda Stewart and son-in-law Douglas Krewson. She is survived by daughter, Melissa Krewson; son, Patrick Muir and his wife, Denise Muir; grandchildren, Matthew Krewson and Addison Muir, and mother-in-law, Francis Muir-Presson. Jo Ann was a devoted, loyal, loving wife, mother and


grandmother. She had a full life, enjoying her army childhood, her children and grandchildren and friends. She spent much time traveling the world and was an active member of Daughters of the American Revolution. Services were held at Valley of the Sun Mortuary. In lieu of fl owers, please make a donation in Jo Ann’s name to your preferred charity. 


The Sun Lakes Splash accepts obituaries and photos for


publication in the “In Passing” column of the Sun Lakes Splash monthly. Please limit the obituary to 300 words or less and submit it and a photo (if you have one) by email to editorial@robson.com or by mail to


Sun Lakes Splash 9532 E Riggs Rd, Sun Lakes, AZ 85248 or drop it off in our offi ce,


or call us at 480-895-4216 or 1-800-470-0893 ext. 4216. SUN LAKES SPLASH


Mary in honor of a great and loving woman. Mary has one great-grandchild, Sophia Mary


Child. also


leaves behind countless friends and her beloved cat, Charlotte. No better mother could we have had. Mary passed away on April 18, 2012, after a short and valiant battle with a rare cancer. Mary was unforgettable, and her memory will be eternal. We love you, mom, and will do our best to carry on by applying the lessons you taught us. Funeral services were held at St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church. In lieu of fl owers, the family suggests contributions in Mary’s name to St. Katherine Daughters of Penelope in care of the church. 


Tucson, Derrell was on the board of Skyline Country Club, a member of the Arizona Wildcat Club, and a long-time volunteer member of the Tucson Conquistadors, among many other associations. After retirement, Derrell full heartedly devoted himself to volunteering, receiving numerous awards for his service. Derrell was recently inducted into the Fisher High School Hall of Fame. Derrell is survived by his wife Mary of


64 years, daughter Ellen (Ron), son Eric (Donna); grandsons, Danny, Bradon and Brook; granddaughter Jennifer, and great- grandson Straton. Derrell was the eternal optimist,


peacemaker, problem-solver and avid non-stop storyteller, one who could bring joy,


light and hope into a room just by


arriving. Derrell rarely complained; he played the hand he was dealt. His family was the core of his universe and the source of his happiness. Derrell and Mary divided their time in Arizona between Tucson and Phoenix; therefore, a service will be held in both locations. Please share your favorite memories


and stories of Derrell with


the family by emailing them to: Derrell. Fairfi eld@gmail.com and visit us online at www.wix.com/derrellfairfield/memories. There was a Celebration of Derrell’s life in May at the Sun Lakes United Methodist Church and also in Tucson. Donations may be made in Derrell’s name to https:// support.woundedwarriorproject.org. 


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