Heights Park Neighborhood Association Purpose
To promote safety through an active neighborhood watch program.
To maintain and enhance the appearance of the neighborhood and of Heights Park to keep it enjoyable for families.
To represent neighborhood interests in matters affecting the neighborhood.
To encourage community pride in our neighborhood by providing a forum for neighborhood activity.
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Heights Park Neighborhood Association Board
Jeff Davis, President: Jeff has lived in Richardson for 30 years and in Heights Park for the last 25. Raised in Massachusetts, he received his B.F.A. from R.I.T. in Rochester, NY, and moved to Dallas to pursue photography. He has been shooting ever since and 20 years ago acquired his own photography studio near downtown Dallas. He enjoys architectural as well as advertising and magazine work. He loves woodworking and uses his love for personal home projects and home rehabs right here in Richardson. He and his wife, Bonnie, have lived on Gentle Drive since 1995.
Erika Usie, Social Chair: Erika was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana, and has lived in Richardson since 2013. She and her husband, Wayne, have three children, Isla, Clark and Frankie. Whether they are at the park, or walking their dog, Freya, they love to be out and about in the community meeting their neighbors. In her free time, Erika enjoys baking, painting and date-nighting at Alamo Drafthouse.
Stephen Springs, Civics Chair: Stephen is a husband, father of two, and an architect. He moved into the neighborhood in 2000. His wife, Karen, grew up in Richardson, and they love raising their family here. Favorite neighborhood attributes are the outstanding neighbors/friends and Heights Park. They spend plenty of time there with their daughter and son, critters, and friends. He is also on the City of Richardson Parks Commission.
Bonnie Kudlicki, Publications Chair: Bonnie’s family relocated from Chicago to Richardson in 1970. Her parents were the second owners of the home they purchased for the family on Gentle Drive. Now she and her husband Jeff live in that home along with their furry friends, Kady Bird and Lyndon. Bonnie attended Richardson High School. She has a B.F.A. in Design Communications and works as an Art Director/Designer for an event production company. She has a passion for the performing arts, especially dance and theatre. Leisure time activities include yoga, acting and organic gardening.
Justin Duncan, Treasurer: Justin grew up north of Richardson in Whitesboro, Texas. After graduating from Texas A&M University with degrees in accounting and tax, he has worked in the financial services industry for the past 10 years. He moved to Heights Park in 2013 with his wife, Mallory, who also serves on the association board. Justin has two young children, Grant and Emmy, and enjoys spending time outside in our city’s parks with them. He is most excited to help serve our community and meet more of the people who call Heights Park home.
Mallory Duncan, Membership Chair: Mallory grew up in Whitesboro, Texas, and attended Texas A&M University. Upon graduation, she worked in human resources and then taught special education for five years before staying home with her two children, Emmy and Grant. She and her husband Justin bought their home in Heights Park in 2013 because of its great proximity to everything and the amazing neighborhood. You can find the Duncans at the Y, the park or the library. Mallory is most excited about getting to know more people in the neighborhood and continuing to make it a great place to live!
Christie Choat, Secretary
Judi and Mark Hoefle, Safety Chairs
Sarah Freet, Communications Chair: Sarah grew up in Richardson, right here in Heights Park neighborhood. She attended grade school at our very own Heights Elementary, and has always had a love for this area. After college, Sarah spent 15 years as the manager and buyer for a bridal boutique. She and her husband, Eric, bought a house on Stardust Lane in 2016, and are enjoying fixing up the vintage charmer. They have two daughters, and enjoy walking with the girls up to the park, hanging with their neighbors, and trying out new restaurants.
Lynda Leverett, Environmental Chair