Noel Lyons on Oakmont Board
Noel Lyons, an active resident of Oakmont for the past 15 years, has been named to the Oakmont Village Association (OVA) Board.
Noel Lyons, an active resident of Oakmont for the past 15 years, has been named to the Oakmont Village Association (OVA) Board to replace Greg Goodwin, who resigned in October. Lyons was appointed Nov. 13 to fill the remainder of Goodwin’s term, which ends in April.
President Steve Spanier, welcoming Lyons to the board, said he was one of four “extremely qualified” candidates who volunteered. “Our choice was far from easy,” Spanier said. Lyons was an OVA board member in 2010-11 and served as treasurer. He has also worked with numerous organizations and committees, including the communications, finance, pickleball and Berger committees, and the Oakmont Rovers, Oakmont Democratic Club, Great Decisions, and Oakmont Hikers.
“I’ve lived here long enough to know that many of our members care passionately about how facilities are developed and maintained, about how staff functions and about how their money is spent,” Lyons said in a statement. “They want directors who are interested and will listen to their concerns and who will apply intelligence and experience to managing on their behalf.”
Lyons’ experience with homeowners associations began in 1973 in Sunnyvale, California. Since then he has lived in five communities with homeowner associations, serving on the boards of all the associations and as president of three.