SEPO Board Nominating & Election Committees 

 For 2022 SEPO Board Election 

Sunshine Estates Property Owners, Inc., (SEPO)

governs Sunshine Country Club Estates (SCCE).

(The following information is presented in chronological order within EACH Committee .)



 Nov 15, 2021: SEPO Board Nominating Committee Roster - 

The members of the SEPO Board Nominating Committee are made up of:

  • Cathy Richmond (Chair)

  • Jerry Drost

  • Share Nelson

  • Nancy Steele

  • Kathleen Sunders

The purpose of this committee is to identify and recommend SEPO Residents who would like to serve on the SEPO Board of Directors. There are three (3) positions to fill for the forthcoming SEPO Board election in February 2022.

If you would like consideration and possibly be recommended by the Nominating Committee as a SEPO Board Candidate, please contact any member to set up an interview.

Cathy Richmond
SEPO Nominating Committee Chairperson

 Nov 15, 2021: Why Become an HOA Board Member - 

If you are undetermined as to whether you would like to serve on the SEPO Board, please ask yourself the following: 

  • Do you have great ideas about how your community can be managed more efficiently?

  • Would you like to become more involved in your HOA’s daily operations?

  • Do you have the time, dedication, and enthusiasm to regularly volunteer your skills for the benefit of your community?


If so, then you’re a perfect Candidate to run for a seat on the SEPO Board of Directors. If you’re still on the fence about whether or not to run, here are three reasons you should take the leap and “Become a SEPO Board member”.

  1. You’ll help to protect your investment.
    Board members are tasked with making important decisions on behalf of the homeowners’ association.  These decisions have a major impact on the future of the community.


  2. You’ll make your community a nicer place to live.
    In addition to administrative and operational tasks board members can act to enrich community life through events and activities offered to the residents.


  3. You’ll bring valuable skills to the table.
    Your life skills and interests may be a good fit for the Board. Social skills, hobbies and training you have received all may be used in your role as a Board member to benefit the community.


Running for a seat on your Board of Directors is a major decision. Before making a commitment, attend a few Board meetings to get a sense of how they operate. Reach out to current or past Board members and ask about their experiences and what they have learned. Also from them you can get a run-down of what would be expected of you in your new role.
If occupying a seat on the SEPO Board of Directors sounds like a fun and challenging opportunity, please reach out to the Nominating Committee and they will assist you with the steps to take to get started.
Cathy Richmond
SEPO Nominating Committee Chairperson