Board of Directors

Welcome to the new Officers and Board of Directors!
We are looking forward to a new perspective and new ways to solve the issues of our lake. Working together as a team, we will strive to preserve our lake for generations to come.

Lake Augusta Association
Wright and Stearns Counties, Minnesota

Officers and the Board of Directors

(If corrections are needed please email your corrected information to Shawnmarie.)

 

Officers:

Jack Gleason - President
13695 102nd St N W, South Haven, MN 55382

Email: calljackgleason@aol.com
Bio: We bought this place 12 years ago but also enjoyed it since 1986 when my in-laws had it.  I work at the City of Medina Public Works and Erosion Control Inspector for the City.  My experience also includes: working in the water treatment plant for the City, water quality for the Minnehaha Creek Shed, heavy equipment operator and farmed for many years before so have an understanding of our lake needs.  My wife, Deann, and I now live on the lake full-time.  I have two children, Matt & Christie who enjoy the lake when they come home. They currently live in Moorhead, MN. 

Roger Halford - Vice President
13699 102nd St N W, South Haven, MN 55382
Email: roger.halford2@gmail.com

Roger Rauschendorfer  - Treasurer    
cell    home 
rrauschendorfer@googlemail.com

Shawnmarie Fitzgerald   
15189 Mandarin Street, Becker, MN 55308                  
Position: Secretary/Newsletter Design & Editor/Web Designer (non-member)  
Email: shawn@fitzgeralddesigns.com

Directors/Board Members:
Claire DesLauriers                Email: hamelusa@msn.com
Keith Sadowsky                   Email: sadowskyk@centurylink.net
Joel Von Ende                      Email: mailto:joelvonende@gmail.com
Scott Niemann                     Email: sniemann@msn.com
Mike Elms                           Email: mkelms6337@gmail.com

 

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