President – Greg Peck
Greg is a retired Engineering Manager and worked as an employee of several Silicon Valley tech companies since 1965. He has lived on Plympton Court for forty-three years. Greg is a Board member (Secretary, Videographer and Newsletter) of Silicon Valley Woodturners. His wife, Joan, has been a Board member of Live Oak Foundation in Morgan Hill for 30 years. Greg’s other interests include gardening with native plants and photography of flowers and clouds.
Vice President – Karen Lattin
Karen has lived in Los Paseos for 15 years with her husband, Wayne. They were joined by their son 12 years ago. She has worked near the neighborhood for the past 12 years as an Office Manager of a small, family-owned technology company. Prior to that, she was an IT Manager for an Investment Banking firm in Foster City. Before becoming active in community volunteerism, Karen was active volunteering at Twin Oaks Church, at South Bay Historical Railroad Society, and at her son’s school, Charter School of Morgan Hill. Karen’s other interests include photography, art, crafts and hiking.
Treasurer – Barbara Canup
Barbara is a retired Certified Public Accountant and worked as an employee and a consultant for Silicon Valley tech companies. She has lived on Via Del Rio for twenty years. Barbara and her husband Tom are members of the San Jose Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES). Her other interests include gardening with native plants, travel, and photography.
Secretary – TBD
Member at Large – Alan Chan
Alan is a business owner/entrepreneur/consultant specializing in Information Technologies (IT) with an emphasis on Systems and Networking, Security, and Surveillance. For the past 22 years his efforts focused on assisting individuals and Fortune 500 businesses alike select and implement budget effective solutions. When not engaged in business operations, he focuses his attention towards aiding non-profits like Operation Freedom Paws that assist disabled Veterans and civilians train their own service animals to address their personal disabilities.