Board of Trustees

Our Board of Trustees is an elected position by the membership. There are 9 members on the board, that serve for 3 year terms. 


BOT Mission Statement: 

Lake Lorelei Property Owners Association Board of Trustees Provides leadership and direction with fiscal responsibility for the necessary services to assure a safe secure and continuously improving environment for out LLPOA membership with integrity in accordance with our association governing documents. 


BOT Vision Statement:

To preserve and expand out community, its lifestyle, and the Association's assets through effective, transparent, and fiscally responsible management.

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Bruce Simeone (2027), President 

My name is Bruce Simeone.  My wife, Christine, and I built a house in Lake Lorelei in 2020 and have become full time residents.  By education I am a Civil & Environmental Engineer that grew up milking cows, bailing hay, and delivering groceries (by walking and carrying them to people’s homes).  I retired from Procter & Gamble in 2016, after 42 years.  I have been on the Lake BOT since 2021. My commitment is to do my best for this Community.  I have no desire to make this a lifetime role.  Fresh ideas every few years are critical.  I have no favorites, nor do I have any hidden agendas.  Favorite people and hidden agendas are too hard to live with and still be able to sleep at night without Bourbon.  I like Bourbon and Scotch. Stop over, have some refreshments, and visit.  Our door is always open.


James Padgett (2027), Vice President 

My name is James Padgett. My wife, along with our three kids moved into the community May of 2019. We were looking to move from the fast-paced world of city life to a more family friendly community, which we have found at Lake Lorelei. I’m currently a Signal Electrician for the Hamilton County Engineer's Office. I was previously the owner of a small business, S.E.&C. Home Improvements (first letter of each of my kid’s first name) which I owned for several years. I have been on the BOT for the lake since 2021. Having struggled growing up in a low-income family, has taught me the value of a dollar and how to properly spend. I am committed to serving the members of the community with integrity and honesty as we move forward with planning and ideas for our future at the lake. Feel free to say hello to my wife, Angie, our kids (Serena, Elena, Cadien) or myself if you happen to see us out in the community or on the water (I’m the one operating the lake life pontoon boat.)

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Donna Murray (2026), Secretary 

I am retired from the Visiting Nurse Association in Stuart, Florida. My most recent positions included Nursing Supervisor, and field nurse. Prior to becoming a nurse, I worked in P&G in Research and Development. I moved to the lake in March of 2022 and am a full-time resident. I have found this community to be welcoming and fun. I am an active member of the Women’s Club, Activities, and Community Volunteers Group. I will endeavor to make a positive impact on Lake Lorelei by upholding policies and procedures, helping to create new guidelines as needed, and listening with an open mind to questions or suggestions as we plan for the lake’s future growth and development.

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Todd Steinbrink, Treasurer (2025)

This summer will mark our 11th season at the lake, but our clan has grown with 5 more members since we first arrived.  “The lake” has become a big part of the foundation of our family. 

At election time 3 years ago, I shared my background, but for newer members of the community, I have now spent 34 years in the financial services business and lead a wealth management firm.  Outside of my professional career, I served 12 years on the City of Montgomery Ohio’s City Council including roles as the Chair of Zoning, Chair of Finance and Mayor.  I currently serve on the Life Enriching Communities’ Foundation Board, the Executive Committee of the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce and as board member on another HOA.  In total, it represents a fair amount of practical experience in finance and project management, always with an eye toward operational excellence.

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John Wyman (2026)

I am a retired Structural Engineer and Project Manager for a full-service Consulting AE Company after 40 years working for Industrial Clients such as GE, P&G, Toyota, and NASA. We have lived at Lake Lorelei since the spring of 1991 and full time since the spring of 2020. I am also a member of LLPOA Architectural Committee performing field inspections for Building Permit Applications. I was the leader of the Dredging Committee from Nov 2017 thru Apr 2019.

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Andy Poole (2025)

My name is Andy Poole, and I live here full time with my wife Debbie.  I am a Mechanical Engineer out of UC (go Bearcats!) and recently retired from Procter & Gamble, after 36 years.  Debbie and I have 4 adult children, living across the USA.  I commit to working hard for the benefit of the lake and all those who live in this great community.  I believe that one of the most critical aspects of a Board of Trustees is to listen intently and communicate clearly, and I promise to work hard to ensure this occurs.  I enjoy fitness and skiing, and I like Craft Beer and decent Bourbon.  I look forward to meeting you!


Cindy Tullis (2025)

My husband and I have been here at the lake since 2015, starting off as weekenders and transitioning into full time lake residents in 2021. It was the best decision we ever made!  The environment here at Lake Lorelei is so welcoming and fun!  Maintaining our culture and preparing us for the best future possible is the reason I ran for the Board. A little about me, I work for a Market Research Firm as a Senior Vice President.   I enjoy digging into problems and coordinating teams to collaborate towards a common purpose to accomplish our goals.  Listening and finding unmet needs is one of my core strengths, I will utilize these skills to deliver results to all that live here.


Jon Riehle (2026)

I have been a full-time resident for three years. I moved to Lake Lorelei due to my love for the water. I grew up to love the water since I was five years old. My grandfather taught me how to operate, care for and respect boats. I believe in the equality of residents both on and off the water as I personally live off the water. It takes a clearly defined budget and sufficient funds to operate a community such as ours. We all have a responsibility to be, and remain in good standing. My commitment to all of you is that I will listen and represent you to the best of my ability while ensuring all voices are heard. There needs to be a candidate open dialogue in order to resolve as many issues as possible, amicably and quickly.

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Lee Duncan (2027)

I'm a former Air Force pilot and retired airline pilot. My wife Mary Lynn and I are part-timers who will be enjoying our 26th summer at the lake this year. We've raised four children at the lake, and now bringing our grandchildren. My background as a pilot has helped give me an ability to remain relatively calm under stress. I think of myself as someone who is able to consider different viewpoints on an issue and give fair consideration to all. I hope to do my part to continue the excellent direction in which we are headed as a community.

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Annual Trustee Elections 

This could be you! If you are interested in becoming a Board of Trustee member please contact the office. Yearly elections are held typically in the beginning of May. Board of Trustee applications are available in the office or in the Legend.  

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