Board Position: Director
Term Expires: December, 2014
Bryan Sandrock is entering his second year of volunteer service as a Director for our association. The first year of Bryan’s two-year term was filled with challenges consistent with being new, lots of ideas and lots of questions and lots to learn. Now, with a full-year under his belt and a much better understanding of our particular community issues, Bryan is eager to bring value to the community through his position on the Board by drawing upon his 23 years of experience in business and finance.
A former co-owner of a multi-state security & transportation business which was sold in 2006, a current owner of several tavern-style casinos in Montana, and an ongoing investor in property, Bryan graduated University many years ago with a double-major in Computer Science and Mathematics but is quick to point out that he got his greatest education in the school of hard knocks working in and ultimately leading his family businesses to success through a tenacious belief in strategic and operational leadership. A regular visitor to the Vegas area since the 80’s, Bryan – and his wife, Deryl – looked all over Henderson before moving in August 2012 from their home in Montana. Newer and older neighborhoods, mature or infant landscape, desert feel or a lush feel, they looked at all of it before finally selecting their Carriage Club home right here in the Green Valley Ranch because they found the area to be more aesthetically pleasing due to the greenery, mature landscaping, and master planning.
Bryan believes there is still much to be done before his Board term is up at the end of 2014; among other priorities, Bryan will be working hard with his peers and other community volunteers to develop a sustainable long-term management plan for the common landscaping while improving homeowner understanding and compliance with architectural rules. In concert with a top-notch management company and a process of continual audit and inspection in all areas of responsibility, Bryan believes that a sustainable long-term master plan of management will help us continually earn the title of “Emerald in the Desert”. In closing, Bryan wants to thank every volunteer that has given so much of themselves this year and in past years, and he continues to urge everyone in the community to come to the board meetings and volunteer whenever possible. Your voice and your actions matter, so please get involved.