Highland Spring Country Club’s Board of Directors is dedicated to safeguarding our planned community for seniors through effective use of our resources, protecting our investments through judicious fiscal policies and enhancing our services and amenities for the maximum enjoyment of all homeowners. 

June 2000

Ron Hoover - Vice President: I have been happily married to Janet for 52 years. We have three children and six grandchildren. We bought our house on Candlewood Dr. eleven years ago but finally moved in about a year ago. I attended college at Cal State Fullerton, spent four years in the military including a tour in Vietnam. I worked in the Medical Manufacturing Industry for 28 years as an Engineer, Lab Manager, Quality Assurance Engineer and Director of Quality Control. My last 6 years before retirement, I owned an Industrial Construction Company where we installed and maintained equipment such as production lines, ovens and Propane Systems. I am presently President of the Golf Managing Board.

About Us

Bruce Byers - Director: I Born and raised in California. Married for 59 years. Have five children, Nineteen grandchildren and twenty-three great grand children. I received AA in Social Sciences from East Los Angeles Jr. College. I received a BA in accounting from El Dorado Business College. I worked in the computer industry for several companies. Owned several businesses. Ryan's Country Florist in Rancho Cucamonga, and Byers Maintenance Services in Walnut, CA. I worked as a Credit Collector for Dunn Edwards Paints. Moved to Charlotte NC in 1999, taking a job with United Rentals as a Credit Analyst and Collection Specialist. Retired from Penhall Company in 2009 working as Regional Credit Manager. Region included the States of Texas, Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, and Virginia. Relocated in Cherry Valley in 2012. Member of Cherry Valley Acres & Neighbors (CVAN) I was a member of security committee in NC. Served two years as committed chairperson. (About
4000 homes) Member of finance at HCCC HOA Member of Board of Directors - HCCC HOA I enjoy the outdoors, sports and being with family.

Bonnie Landa- Secretary: Bonnie graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a BA in Biology. She was employed for 18 years at World Life Research Institute and then for the City of San Bernardino. While at the City she received the Woman of Achievement Award, Golden Link Award of Merit and Officer of the Year. Bonnie moved to Cherry Valley in 2009 to care of her aging parents. Bonnie is a Block Captain, Breeze delivery person and enjoys helping any resident in need. Bonnie plans to adhere to the HSCC Mission Statement, to continue learning how the Association operates and to use organization with common sense when communicating with and serving all members.

Rhea Weber - President: Rhea and Cal moved to HSCC in 1993. Rhea retired in 1992 from Baxter International Healthcare as a manager for their Information Systems for the Western United States.  She has held all positions on the Golf Managing Board as well as serving on the Board of Directors as Secretary, CFO, V. P. and currently President. Rhea continues to be co-editor of the Breeze. Rhea is committed to listening to all ideas and suggestions with an open mind and will make decisions which will be best for the entire community. 

Board of Directors

Mission Statement

Patricia Aspan - Treasurer: I have been a resident of Highland Springs CC for 8 ½ years and served on the Finance Committee then appointed HSCC Treasurer in 2011. I retired from Yucaipa Valley Water District in October 2010 after 26 1/2 years of service to the community. I held the position of Administrative Manager overseeing the Accounting and Customer Service employees. I was responsible for the preparation of the monthly Financial Statements and Board of Directors' memorandum reporting the activity for the month. I interacted in the daily operations of the Water District's income and expenses and always looked out for its best interest as well as the customer's. I look forward in helping the community I now live in with some of my working experiences and controls.