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DeLano named SCHOA general manager in Sun City

Formerly served on RCSC board

Posted 10/29/20

The Sun City Home Owners Association Board of Directors selected Sun City resident Jerry DeLano to fill the position of general manager.

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DeLano named SCHOA general manager in Sun City

Formerly served on RCSC board

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The Sun City Home Owners Association Board of Directors selected Sun City resident Jerry DeLano to fill the position of general manager.

Mr. DeLano is no stranger to Sun City residents after serving on the Recreation Centers of Sun City board, including two years as president. He brings to SCHOA a wealth of experience and a valuable knowledge.

His background prior to moving to Sun City was in insurance and finance in Wyoming where he worked as a vice-president of product and market development as well as managing and motivating staff and promoting customer relations. He also served as mayor of Casper, one of the state’s largest cities.

“SCHOA looks forward to Jerry leading us through our many ongoing and upcoming projects as we move forward with our CC&R, community guide, membership and Business Partner plans for 2021,” said Jim Hunter, SCHOA board president.

SCHOA’s previous general manager, Tom Wilson, will remain with the organization and will return to management duties in the Compliance Department, a position he held previously.

“We welcome Jerry to SCHOA and having weathered the challenges of 2020, our organization stands to grow stronger and become an even bigger contributor in maintaining the quality of life in Sun City,” Mr. Hunter said.

Editor’s Note: Ms. Lattie is Sun City Home Owners Association marketing manager.

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