Meet our Board

VVPOA is made up of Volunteer Executive Committee Members, Unit Directors and Five Members at Large.

VVPOA Executive Committee Members, Unit Directors and Members at Large 

Patti GreeneltchPresidentPatti Greeneltch and her husband, Ned moved to Verde Village Unit #4 in 2004.  As an educator, she worked at several schools in the Verde Valley. Retiring in 2016, she spent some time traveling and birding.  Her two favorite activities.  She became interested in the status of the VVPOA Pond when it became apparent there was a duck and insect problem. Volunteering to work there led to other openings within our community that needed attention.  She is committed to making the Verde Villages a great place to live and encourages everyone to become involved.
Ross Ferretti
Ross and his wife, Daisie, have owned their home in the Verde Villages since 2016. Ross retired as of 08/31/20 and both Ross and Daisie moved here permanently on Sept 2020. Ross serves as the Treasurer for the VVPOA and has 30+ years of accounting experience. Ross graduated from National University with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree. Ross likes to bike, hike, fishing and exploring the Verde Villages and surrounding areas. Ross enjoys being an active community member in the Verde Villages and can be found exploring the Verde Village Nature trails and riding his bike in the Verde Villages. Ross can be contacted at
Daisie FerrettiVice PresidentDaisie and her husband, Ross, retired and moved to the Verde Villages, Unit #4, in 2020. Daisie serves as Vice President on the Executive committee where she assists with website and social media support, personal relations and communications. Daisie enjoys using her computer background knowledge to contribute to the association. Besides helping her community, Daisie enjoys the outdoors where she can often be found riding her bike in the Villages, walking on the Nature Preserve Trails, or spending time gardening. She finds the Verde Villages to be friendly and a great place to live.
Pam MorganDirector Unit 1 News Article

Cheryl Kasdorf
Director Unit 2 Cheryl has lived in Yavapai County since 1976. At first sight, she recognized this land as home. When looking to establish her Naturopathic Medical practice in 1998, she chose Cottonwood because of the people she knew here and the small-town feel. She put down her roots in 2013 by buying a home in the Verde Villages. Cheryl enjoys stargazing, gardening, hiking, and daily walks to the pond with her dog, a welcome break from writing and creating health-building courses. Seeking community beyond her patients and the medical world, Cheryl is getting involved locally to see what magic can happen. News Article.
Cathy FoleyDirector Unit 3
VacantDirector Unit 4 
Joan OttersonDirector Unit 5 
Mal OttersonDirector Unit 6 
Dave HooverDirector Unit 7
Director Unit 8
Bob SenecalMember at Large

Kathleen GreenMember at Large
My name is Kathleen Green and this is my second year as Membership Chair.  My husband and I moved to Verde Village about 4 years ago, after retiring from careers in the Phoenix Valley.  The Verde Valley was the perfect choice for us.  But we didn’t know anyone here, so I joined as a volunteer for the birding festival, and then from there, met some VVPOA residents and board members who got me involved on the VVPOA Board! Since that time, my husband and I helped restore the Adobe Clubhouse, put on the first VVPOA High Tea, helped organize the Halloween drive-through during COVID last year, and I manage the monthly membership duties, including sending out renewal reminders and solicitations for residents to become members, and maintain the membership database. During Covid, I received my Master Gardener certification. Now I do volunteer work at Montezuma Well in that capacity.  We are currently working on a native seed restoration garden for pollinators, and doing some gopher barriers around a large cultural garden that will be returned to use next spring. We love to camp, travel, do art, knit, work on home gardens and projects and spend time with our kids and grandkids.  My husband is a luthier by hobby and so he likes to practice playing and restoring stringed instruments for people.  We have a rescue cat…..actually, he has us, and we really jump to meet his every need!  We even travel with him when he takes us to Rocky Point! Since we moved here, some of our family members and dear friends have also moved here, so now we are surrounded by family, old friends and now new friends too, thanks to acquaintances made during volunteer work and classes we have taken! There is so much to do here!  We love living here!  
Valarie ArcherMember at Large
Dave HooverMember at Large
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