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Meet the Mountain Valley Homeowners Association Board of Directors

Evan Boenning

Evan Boenning:  President

I came to Aspen in 1972 as an avid sailor and ocean lover from the East Coast.  It was a bold change, but I just seemed to know that I had found my home.  After moving to Aspen, I got married, created a family, cultivated friends, progressed professionally, became involved in the community, and dedicated a significant amount of time to volunteer work.  I pursued a business career by day and spent many nights on the ice as a volunteer hockey coach and mentor.

My family and I moved to Mountain Valley, the quiet side of Aspen, in 1989.  I became involved as a homeowner, and was instrumental in the new zoning and additional floor area ratio that came about in the early 90s.  Feeling I needed to do my part, I joined the Mountain Valley Homeowners Board

Email:  Evan@MountainValleyHOA.com

David A. Epstein  

David A. Epstein:  Board Member 

David and wife Suzy, of Chicago, have been coming to Aspen since the early 1980s.  They moved from town to Mountain Valley in 1995, where they rebuilt an old 1960s home on Mountain Laurel Drive.

Born and raised in Chicago (Hyde Park), David graduated from the University of Chicago Laboratory School in 1960. He attended several universities in the 1960s before earning his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and J.D. from the University of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana).  David practices law in Chicago, served as a Judge on the Illinois Court of Claims (1993-2003), and comes to Aspen almost every month year-round when he and Suzy are not traveling.  Skiing (!!), biking (!!) golf (??), an occasional hike, old movies and reading are his usual pastimes.  Flying, sailing and snowshoeing are sometimes activities.

Email:  David@MountainValleyHOA.com

 

Dr. Bronwyn Bateman

Dr. Bronwyn Bateman:  Board Member

Dr. Bronwyn Bateman is a medical doctor who is a board-certified ophthalmologist who specializes in pediatric ophthalmology; she is also board-certified in medical genetics.  She attended the University of California, Berkeley for her undergraduate degree and moved on to the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for medical school.  She did a residency in ophthalmology at the Jules Stein Eye Institute at UCLA and became a Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics. She went to the University of Colorado School of Medicine where she was the first woman to become Chair of any department; she became Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics and Chair of Ophthalmology.  Her research has been in the genetic bases of hereditary cataracts.  She became the first woman President of the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology.  She has been President of the Pan American Association of Ophthalmology and is a member of the American Ophthalmological Society.

She has had a long-term interest in Nicaragua and serves as the Honorary Consul to the state of Colorado. 

Email:  Bronwyn@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 

Kim Coates

Kim Coates:  Board Member

Kim's family moved to Aspen in 1968.  She graduated from Aspen High and then attended CU, University of Nice, France and the University of Vermont.  She has two wonderful kids, Sara and Jackson, now both in their twenties, and is grandma to Kovu... a crazy lab.

Kim has worked with many local non profits including the Aspen Education Foundation and the Aspen Youth Center. She owned Redfeather Snowshoes with partners in the 1990's and Mexican Destinations, a villa rental company, which she sold in 2006.  She has worked in Aspen real estate and rentals on and off since the 1980's.  She likes to ski, hike, bike, do pilates, and yoga and describes herself as a jack of all trades, master of none.  Since 1985 she has happily lived in a house on Lupine.

Email:  Kim@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 

Kenny Smith

Kenny Smith:  Board Member

Kenny Smith moved to Aspen after graduating the University of Vermont in 1990.  For the past 11 years he has owned and operated Meridian Jewelers with his wife Robin.  Kenny currently serves on the ACRA board, as well as several retail committees. 

The Smiths live on Mountain Laurel Drive.  As a family they enjoy fishing, camping, float trips, skiing, hut trips, climbing, biking, hockey, lacrosse, and baseball, to name a few.  Kenny is currently looking for a few more hours in every day, please let him know if you have any ideas.

Email:  Kenny@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 

Deborah Tomlinson

Deborah Tomlinson:  Board Member

Deborah moved to Aspen with her daughter Adelaide in 2013, and to Mountain Valley in 2015.  She has a son and daughter, Sinclair and Margaux, who are no longer living at home.  Deborah pursued a BFA in Environmental Design from Parsons School of Design in Paris, France after obtaining BA’s in English and Liberal Arts from Centenary College.  For the past 20 years, Deborah has been in mineral management, a far cry from the arts.

After being involved in several non profit organizations in the Princeton area, including serving on the Lawerence Township Conservation Foundation Board and the Lawrence Township Historic Preservation Committee, Deborah is interested in becoming more involved in this community.  At the top of her list of personal interests are skiing every run and hiking every trail in this valley…countless times.
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Email:  Deborah@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 



Kelli Carlson:  Board Member

Email:  Kelli@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 



Holly Willson:  Board Member

Email:  Holly@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 



Debbi Fields:  Board Member

Email:  DebbiFields@MountainValleyHOA.com  

 

   

Susan Randel:  Executive Assistant 

Born, raised, and resides in Michigan. 
Work:  Started working online as a volunteer hobby in the late 80s.  This miraculously turned into full-time employment which I wouldn't trade for anything! 
Hobbies:  Gardening, baking, shopping, and shopping :)

Email:  Susan@MountainValleyHOA.com

Updated:  8.6.20

 

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