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Farewell to Mycroft Schwartz, PBP Treasurer
By John Kipp, Communications Director for the PBP Community Association
PBP Board members gathered together at Susan Russell’s home in Pumphill on July 8th to say farewell to Mycroft Schwartz, PBPCA’s Treasurer. Mycroft joined the PBP Board in 2015 and held the positions of both Secretary and Treasurer. In May, the Schwarz family moved to the Sundance community. “We really did not want to leave the PBP community,” says Mycroft “but the house we found in Sundance works well for our family, and I’m just a few minutes from my practice in Midnapore.” Mycroft is a CPA, CA and provides accounting, assurance, and tax services to SME’s, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals.
Mycroft is a firm believer in community engagement and brings a pragmatic approach to his volunteerism. “I could always count on Mycroft to provide the Board with thoughtful and well reasoned perspectives on the issues and opportunities we discussed,” says Susan Russell, President of the PBP Community Association, adding “Mycroft was such a pleasure to work with and a significant contributor to our community!” For his part, Mycroft says he will miss the camaraderie and exchange of views in his time with the Board. Most of all, he wishes the Board continued success in promoting community spirit, volunteerism, and engagement. “Living in PBP has been an important part of my family’s life,” says Mycroft, “and it’s important that the PBPCA continue to influence and improve life in this community.” Mycroft has transitioned his files and duties to new PBPCA Board member, Virander Mahajan, who succeeds him as PBPCA Treasurer.
Pictured from left to right are: Dave Illsey, Director Civic Planning; Virander Mahajan, Treasurer; Sushma Mahajan, Director at Large; Susan Russell, PBPCA President; Mycroft Schwartz, Past Treasurer; Cal Melrose, Director Maintenance & Lifecycle; Jay Nelson, Past President.