Board of Directors

Sharon Van Ramshorst


Term 2012-2020

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Currently, Sharon serves as President of PMMD. She knows the history of PMMD from her involvement over the years and understands its boundaries and challenges. In addition, she is knowledgeable about how PMMD fits into the City, the partnerships that exist, and the key players.


Sharon led the effort to form the first neighborhood HOA (Lone Tree HOA) and they became active participants in development occurring in Lone Tree. She urged the County to establish new filings with mandatory homeowners associations, served in numerous positions over the years, often spoke before Douglas County Planning Commission/County Commissioners, and served on the Douglas County Board of Adjustment. Sharon supported the incorporation of the City of Lone Tree and later served 8 years on the Lone Tree City Council (both as Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem).


During her 36+ years in Lone Tree, she has volunteered her time in many different positions. Sharon led the effort six years ago to establish Living and Aging Well in Lone Tree and she is currently
co-chair. Sharon is also the President of The Charter HOA. ​

Martha Sippel

Vice President

Term 2016 - 2022

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Martha Sippel is a PMMD board director and currently Vice President. She is the board's designated liaison with our landscape contractor, and works on the website redesign and implementation, the GIS mapping project, and the district’s strategic planning.

As President of AzuWrite LLC, Martha helps design effective user interfaces for websites and web applications and provides user experience, usability, and information architecture expertise. She
also volunteers for the Society for Technical Communication (STC) Rocky Mountain Chapter and
the Carriage Club HOA.

Martha's more than 35 years of business experience helps her collaborate effectively to find solutions to challenges. A native of Colorado who has lived in Lone Tree for more than 16 years, she strives to participate in a manner that best represents her constituents.

Martha served as a City of Lone Tree Planning Commissioner from 2008-2015, a South Suburban Park Foundation (501c3) board trustee from 2013-2018, and a User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) editorial board member from 2007-2017.

Steve Parry


Term 2016-2020

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Steve Parry has been a resident of Colorado and the Denver Metro area for over 25 years. One of the reasons for choosing Lone Tree for his family was the impressive visual appearance of streets and medians and such that are demonstrated by quality landscaping and hardscape that compliment a strong spectrum of impressive housing options, setting Lone Tree in an elite position as one of the premier communities in the Metro area.

Steve has spent his career in the land development and commercial / residential development business.  He is the principal of his development and consulting firm, “Real Estate Development Solutions, LLC.” As such, he understands and appreciates the critical relationship of the quality physical appearance of a community to successful businesses and residential homes that ultimately translate into strong and sustaining real estate valuations. This environmental formula results in a wonderful place to work, recreate, and ultimately to call home.

Bryan Glenn


Term 2018-2022

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Bryan and his family have lived in Lone Tree for the past 8 years. Drawn to the area by the city aesthetics and easy access to the rest of Colorado, Bryan is honored to serve on the board to ensure this community retains its ranking as one of the best places to live in Colorado.

Bryan's professional experience includes 20 years as a technology leader, executive, and entrepreneur. He is the Co-founder of BASE Education and currently works for E*TRADE overseeing software engineering for their Advisor Services product offering. He brings a love of technology and a belief that a smart application of technology, such as adaptive traffic signals, for instance, can improve the lives of Lone Tree residents.

When not working, Bryan can be found coaching his children's many sports, skiing, and spending time with his family.

Gary Godden

Asst. Sec/Treasurer

Term 2018-2022

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Gary W. Godden, AIA is a Park Meadows Metropolitan District board director and currently serves as Asst. Secretary / Treasurer. He is one of the liaisons between the PMMD and the City of Lone Tree.

As Founding Principal of Godden | Sudik Architects, Inc., during Gary's forty-four years of professional experience, he has specialized in the areas of single-family and multi-family housing design, affordable housing projects, land planning, resort development, hotel planning and design, and living facilities for the elderly and physically impaired.

Gary is licensed in eight states and is certified by the National Association of Architectural Review Boards. He is a frequent speaker at many housing industry events, and is a member of both the 55+ Housing Council of the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver and the National Association of Home Builders Multi-Family Council.

Gary served as a City of Lone Tree Planning Commissioner from 2007-2014 and is currently serving on the City of Lone Tree Board of Adjustment and Appeals. He also currently chairs the Douglas County Planning Commission.


District Map

District boundaries are generally County Line Road on the north, I-25 or Yosemite Street on the east, Quebec Street, Acres Green (not in the City of Lone Tree), and the Highlands Ranch boundary on the west, and Lincoln Avenue on the south with some southern additions. The District is located almost entirely within the City of Lone Tree.

Key Contacts

Matt Urkoski
District Manager
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303.265.7919
Email: matt.urkoski@claconnect.com

Megan Liesmaki
District Administrator
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303.265.7922
Email: megan.liesmaki@claconnect.com

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