Marcia Davey, secretary candidate
Marcia purchased her home at The Capes in 2004 and moved from Roseville, California, to be a full-time Oregonian in 2007. She likes the rain and the beauty the Oregon Coast has to offer.
Prior to moving to Oregon, Marcia worked for the State of California for 34 years, specializing in public finance and government. Marcia served as the Chief Financial Officer for the following agencies: California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, Department of Insurance and the Board of Equalization. She worked for various agencies over her career where she developed her expertise in State finances, budgeting and legislation. One of her favorite positions was with the California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) where she served as the Assistant Director. The CSSSA is like the movie Fame, a school for high school students gifted in visual and performing arts.
Since retiring in September 2007, Marcia has served on the Board of the Tillamook Saturday Market and is the current treasurer for the Tillamook Ecumenical Community. She has served on several committees at The Capes. She is also active in her church, Sacred Heart Parish.
Marcia was raised in Southern California then moved to Sacramento to attend the California State University, where she graduated with a degree in Government. She met her husband Geoffrey Davey at CSUS; they were married for 40 years prior to Geoff’s passing in 2014.
Marcia enjoys keeping busy with her son and daughter’s families that lives in the Portland area. She loves to travel, especially to Mexico in the winter.
Mary Flock, treasurer candidate
Mary Flock and her husband Jud Griner have been part-time residents of Oceanside almost 20 years. Mary has been the ONA Treasurer since 2009. Mary likes the Treasurer responsibility because it is easy, especially since there is so little activity. The most time consuming part is logging on and downloading the monthly bank statement.
* 1 hour or so per month, but if more deposits, checks or reporting is required, that time would increase.
* Reconcile bank statement monthly.
* Make deposits as required.
* Verify expense receipts and write checks as required.
* Update Excel file and email to the President monthly.
* Maintain files of bank statements, check copies and expense receipts.
* Work with bank to keep ONA information and list of authorized signers up to date.
Robert Semet, vice president candidate
My name is Robert Semet and I have been nominated for the office of Vice President of the Oceanside Homeowner’s Association. My wife Marcy and I purchased a home in Oceanside in May of 2013. We spent 2 years rebuilding and remodeling our home on weekends while working with the county in making improvements. My family and I love spending weekends and holidays in our town and look forward to spending more time here in to retirement
I grew up in Beaverton, Oregon and began my automotive career at a Ford Dealership in Portland in 1975. After 31 years as a Certified Master Technician I left the dealership in 2005 and began my own automotive repair business.
I am looking forward to working with the committee members and getting involved to improve our coastal community. A special thank you to Jud and other committee members for their years of service and committment to Oceanside.