Lori Jameson has lived on Dakota Street since 2003. She has been on the Neighborhood Association board since 2011, serving as board Secretary for one year, Representative to the District 7 Coalition of Neighborhoods and current President of the Mossman Neighborhood. Lori and Chris raised their children on Dakota Street and are grateful to live in such a wonderful neighborhood. She can be reached at 505-306-1069
Marya Hjellming-Sena has lived on Dakota Street since 2001 and has been on the Mossman Neighborhood Association Board off and on since then, serving as Secretary for many of those years, as well as President and current Vice President. She and her husband, Albert are grandparents now and have enjoyed this great neighborhood as a quiet, safe place.
Charlotte Mobarak and her husband Richard have lived on California Street for over 25 years. She is the current treasurer of the Neighborhood Association board. Charlotte is a retired biology instructor. She and Richard enjoy living in such a great neighborhood and hope to be here many more years.
Barbara Silva lives on California Street. She has owned her house since 1970. Although Barbara moved to a different part of the city for a few years, she returned to the neighborhood in 2004. Barbara is retired after 41 years as a counselor at CNM. In addition to serving on the board for the 4 past years, one year as the Secretary, Barbara was also a previous board member who has generously agreed to serve again.
Paula Foster and her family live on Dakota in Paula’s grandfather’s house. Paula “grew up” in this neighborhood. Paula has enthusiastically volunteered to deliver flyers and newsletters and now generously agreed to serve on the Neighborhood board as Secretary.
David McCright has lived on California Street since 2014. David has generously agreed to serve on the Mossman board.
Craig Degenhardt lives on San Pedro Street were he and his wife, Betty Serfazo have raised their sons. Craig has generously volunteered his time to the neighborhood over many years, previously as the Mossman Neighborhood Board President.