Board Members
Ken Howden (term until 2026)
Liaison to the Grounds Committee
Board member since 2022
Wensley Court
Ken and his wife, Mychau, have lived in River Falls since 2004. Ken has been a professional engineer in research and development with the Departments of Defense and Energy and is currently a consultant in vehicle electrification.  He previously served on the Board for five years, three of those as president.  Last year, he proposed to the Board that we form a committee to find a new HOA management company and participated in the candidate evaluation and selection process that led to an award of a new contract in 2022.  Going forward, he would like to work with the directors, the management company, and county government to continue the progress we have made in community appearance, physical security, and financial reserves.  He also wants to find ways to encourage greater resident use of the community pool and tennis and basketball courts.
Vice President:
James Newland (term until 2026)
Liaison to the Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
Board member since 2022
Windermere View Place (gated area)
Steven Luce (term until 2025)
Liaison to the Social Committee
Board member since 2022
Roeburn Court
Doug Clark (term until 2024)
Liaison to the Security Committee
Board member since 2012
Cascade Way
My name is Doug Clark and my wife Prakong I have lived in River Falls since 2003. We are the original owners of our house. I grew up in southern Indiana and graduated from the University of Denver, and then I joined the Peace Corps and was sent to Thailand for 2.5 years, where I taught English in a high school and helped train other teachers. When I completed my time with the Peace Corps I joined the Foreign service and worked for the USAID from 1967 to 1994. I was in Laos for 8 years, the Philippines for 4 years, Egypt for 4 years, and then I worked in the USAID Washington, DC, headquarters before I retired as a senior foreign service officer in 1994. After that I started working as a contractor for various private organizations that do international development work, and now I work part-time for a small company that supports USAID. I’ve been a member of the River Falls Board of Directors for the last 9 years, and this is my fourth year as Treasurer. I’ve always been actively involved as a volunteer with the community where I’ve lived, and serving on the Board is one of the ways I can help volunteer with my community today. My priorities for our future here are four-fold: 1) preserving the safety and security of River Falls, because even though my own children are grown and gone, we have new families moving to River Falls and they need to feel safe; 2) helping to improve the quality and value of our common areas and the individual residences in River Falls, which is where my participation with the ARC Committee will be helpful as we work with homeowners who want to invest in their property; 3) making sure our HOA is financially sound and keeps costs to homeowners as low as we can; and 4) continuing to develop a strong sense of community in River Falls.
Mark Redlinger (term until 2024)
Liaison to the Communications Committee
Board member since 2022
Greatbridge Road
The River Falls HOA Board of Directors would like to announce the appointment of Mark Redlinger, a resident on Greatbridge Road, to fill a vacant board position. 
Mark and his wife, LeAnn, have been residents within our community since 2003. He was one of the first owners in the community as well as one of the first 100 members of the golf course.  He is a US Army veteran, a former Vice President for L-3, and a consultant to the technology office at NASA. He is now enjoying full retirement.
The standard term of River Falls HOA Board of Directors positions is 3 years. Mark will finish out his appointment in 2022.