Johnson Ranch is excited to announce its 2023 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 28 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Join us in person or via Zoom for a celebration of all things Johnson Ranch with music, refreshments, and raffle prizes. Plus, learn the results of our board election! While no registration is necessary to attend, you are encouraged to register to ensure there are enough refreshments for everyone.
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Below you'll find board election resources and additional annual meeting information.


You'll find all the details about our annual meeting below.
When is it?
Tuesday, March 28 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Check-in, music, and refreshments begin at 6:00 pm, and the meeting starts at 6:30 pm.
Where is it?
This meeting will be held at Central Arizona College San Tan Campus and via Zoom. If you're attending in person, we'll be in rooms A100 and A101 at 3736 E. Bella Vista Rd., San Tan Valley, AZ 85143.
Why should I come?
This is a great opportunity to meet your neighbors, enjoy complimentary refreshments, win raffle prizes, and celebrate Johnson Ranch together.
Who can attend?
This is our Annual Meeting of Members of the Association, so all Johnson Ranch owners are welcome.
What happens at the meeting?
You'll start with music, mingling, and refreshments at 6:00 pm, and then the meeting will begin at 6:30 pm. During the meeting:
  • We'll discuss our community's accomplishments.
  • Various prizes from our community partners will be raffled off.
  • Board election winners will be announced.
Why do we have this meeting?
Our governing documents require an Annual Meeting of Members of the Association to fulfill requirements in our bylaws and elect new board members.
Do I have to register?
While registration is not required, it's helpful for our team to know how many people plan to attend. Thank you in advance for registering!
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During our annual meeting, we will announce our board election winners. This year, three board member positions are open.
Voting online is quick and easy and opens on February 27, 2023. You will receive an invitation to vote from johnsonranch@ivotehoa.com. If you do not receive the email or require a paper ballot, please contact us at jrcainfo@ccmcnet.com.
What you should know about the upcoming voting process:
  • Please make sure that you check your spam folder for the voting email.
  • The email will come from johnsonranch@ivotehoa.com.
  • If possible, add this address to your safe list to ensure it gets to you.
  • If you require a written ballot, please contact us at jrcainfo@ccmcnet.com, and we will provide one to you.
  • Electronic Voting ends on March 27 at 11:59 pm. Paper ballots can be submitted until the call for ballots at our annual meeting on March 28.
You can find our list of board candidates, including their photos, names, short bios, and videos below in the section titled "BOARD CANDIDATES."


Below you'll find our list of board member applicants, including their photos, names, short bios, and videos. Continue scrolling to view all the candidates. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
Want to meet our board candidates or ask them a question? Join us for the following events:
  • Board Candidate Mixer / Friday, February 17, 5:30-7:00 pm / during our Food Truck Night at Walker Butte K-8th School 
  • Board Candidate Q&A / Tuesday, February 21, 6:00-7:30 pm / at Solera 

Marsha Ard
Community Member for six years 
For the last two years, I have served as a member of the Johnson Ranch Board. I have been a proactive member of the board, working on the management company bid, the landscape bid, the landscape charter, the strategy team charter, the Fund Policy, and on the Landscape Committee. I have broad experience with a number of functions managed by the board. Professionally, I worked for 25 years for a $3 billion dollar-a-year federal power agency on budgeting, finance, information systems, and management analysis. I am passionate about working with and looking out for the interests of homeowners and being attentive to the best value for the HOA.
Board Committee Experience: Yes, I have served for the last 2 years as a member of the Johnson Ranch Board.  I have also served on other boards and committees, including the Johnson Ranch Landscape Committee (2 years), Johnson Ranch Strategy Team (3 years), the Rose Farm Management Committee (7 years), and the McLoughlin Memorial Association (3 years). For those entities, I have served as Treasurer, Vice Chair, and Chair.
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Community Member for two years 
As a retail and business executive, I have had the opportunity to manage very large businesses and executive teams. Collaboration, teamwork, strategic vision and successful execution is key in delivering positive results. I would like to continue to apply my experience in participating on the HOA Board and know that I can add value and inspire our community.  
Board Committee Experience: I am the secretary of the Strategic Community Planning Committee. 

Community Member for three-plus years 
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Would like to get involved more in the community and help improve the community to the best of my abilities to make Johnson Ranch the premier place to live in San Tan Valley.
Board Committee Experience: None. 

Community Member for six years 
My name is Lynn Hannon, and I am running for an open seat on the JR board. I have a BS degree in Business and an AS degree in Paralegal Studies. I worked in the legal field for 30 years prior to my retirement in 2019. I moved to JR in 2016 and have served on the board as an interim member in 2021. I feel the boards should be fair, just, and transparent for all homeowners and should continually have the homeowners and communities' best interests in mind at all times. Every person deserves to have a voice. I hope to be that voice for the unheard people as I serve on the JR board. I believe that a good board member listens closely to homeowners; understands both HOA and homeowners wants and needs; is openminded to change; is accessible; understands the board's responsibilities; is direct and honest and improves the communities' current standings and, furthermore worth and well-being.
Board Committee Experience: Yes, as an interim candidate in 2021. 

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Community Member for 18 months 
I have enjoyed my career in Healthcare organizations for the past 25 years serving as Human Resources Director and Vice President of Human Resources. I semi-retired in 2010 and continued to work in HR Consulting roles as needed. Most recently, I worked in Phoenix for the Palazzo Senior Living Community and have helped them recruit and hire my replacements. I pride myself in being a good listener, strategic planner, and calming influence when employees have been upset in the workplace. I do understand budgeting and being held accountable. I believe I would be a good member of the Johnson Ranch Board of Directors because I thoroughly enjoy living here and watching the community grow. I look forward to helping our Board meet their goals and to be a voice for community members.
Board Committee Experience: Yes, two in California and one in Laughlin, NV. I served as Secretary in Aliso Viejo, CA; Treasurer in Pittsburg, CA; and Vice president in Laughlin, NV

Community Member for two years. 
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I have a large interest in this community and am open to listening to the concerns of my fellow neighbors while upholding community codes.
Board Committee Experience: Yes. 
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Community Member for nine years. 
My name is Ted Leach. I am 65 years old. I am married to my wife, who I fell in love with 32 years ago. I have 3 children and 6 grandchildren. I am a US Navy Veteran. I worked for a high-profile, national bank for 19 years, primarily in security equipment and building construction. I am currently retired and work part-time at our new Home Depot. In my career with the bank, I was involved in contract negotiations, securing assets, amenity planning, and other skills that I think will be useful as a Board Member, as well as for our community. My reason for wanting to be on our Board is straightforward… I want to help make Johnson Ranch a great place to live, increase our property values, and make us the envy of our neighboring HOA communities. I previously served on our HOA Board for several months in 2021 and 2022 as an appointee. I was involved in helping the board get a better management company (CCMC) and a better landscape company (Caretaker). I was also heavily involved in the plans to improve our amenities. The amenities in Johnson Ranch are 20 years old, outdated, and in bad need of upgrading. As a Board Member, my goal will be to improve our amenities without increasing Homeowner dues, which will in turn increase our property values.
Board Committee Experience: I previously served on our HOA Board for several months in 2021 and 2022 as an appointee. And before that, I served on the Nominating Committee.
Community Member for three months. 
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Hi, well, I believe that with my knowledge and know-how to get things done, plus 35 years of management experience, I can contribute to the benefit of our community. 
Board Committee Experience: No, I have not, but I look forward to serving Johnson Ranch. 
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