Summer is on its way!
7:30 to 8:30 pm
Board of Governors
Your Board of Governors is made up of members who volunteer their time year round and are committed to maintaining a safe and financially sound family swim and tennis club that will be around for generations to come (55 years and counting).
Positions on the board are 3-year commitments and elections are held for open positions every year at the annual meeting. These positions require a significant time commitment, well beyond regular meeting attendance.
Please consider running for a Board position – there are multiple openings this year. Contact any Board Member or Barb Geiger (firstname.lastname@example.org), our business manager, for more information.
Ed is a long time resident of Rochester Hills. He graduated from Rochester Adams High School (1989) and then from Michigan State University with BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering (1993, 1995). While at MSU, Ed met his wife Adrienne; they were married in 1997 and have 3 children: Laura (2000), Jim (2002) and Alex (2008). The Eshelman family was happy to be able to join Heart of the Hills in the fall of 2013 after several years on the waiting list.After graduating from MSU, Ed moved back to the Rochester Hills area. Ed worked in various corporate automotive product engineering departments related to development of suspensions and axles. Ed worked at Meritor in Troy, MI for 19 years and held the title of Engineering Director for the 7 years prior to departing in 2016. Ed now offers engineering services as an independent consultant. He enjoys spending time with family & friends, playing tennis, hiking, and watching sports (especially MSU). He also enjoys volunteering as a mentor with Christian ministries related to marriage and personal finance.
Jeffrey Simonis is Contracting Officer for the U.S. Army. He has been working there for about fifteen years, and currently supervises a division of contract specialist who are responsible for writing supply and service contracts needed to maintain the Army’s Watercraft Fleet and the Detroit Arsenal. He has a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Western Michigan University and a Master’s in Program Management from the Naval Post Graduate School. He has been a resident of Rochester Hills since 2007, is married and has two children, and gives back to the community through various coaching opportunities.
While most of us eagerly await Summer 2017, some of you have decided that the club no longer meets your family’s needs.
In order to make the transition easier for all, once your decision is final, please complete the withdrawal form (click here) and follow instructions for returning your bond in a timely manner.
Questions should be emailed to email@example.com.
Guest of the Board
Members with 20 years or more seniority may apply for Guest of the Board status. New applications will be accepted until February 23rd. You will find more information and an application form here – www.hhscswim.org/guest-of-the-board.
|Until the club opens in May, you will get a faster response by using email. Check the links on the right sidebar (or bottom on a mobile device) for email addresses.|
Club Managers will update the Twitter feed on the right side of this page (bottom on mobile devices) with Emergency Updates as well as many other club updates.
Text Messages will be sent for emergency pool or club closings only.
To receive text messages you’ll need to register your cell phone(s). You can do so by clicking the link below
OR subscribe directly from your cell phone
Text HHSCSWIM to 84483 to receive alerts from Heart of the Hills Swim Club, Inc.
Once completed, scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll contact you for an interview as we start getting our staff in place for summer 2017.