Secretary: Bill Kahnke
Bill and his husband, David Tukua, have owned a home on Lake Latoka since 2010. Bill recently retired as a certified public accountant with the Internal Revenue Service in St. Paul. Since David has been retired for several years, the couple has now moved from the Twin Cities to their lake home full-time. They enjoy canoeing, boating, and sunsets over the lake. Kahnke joined the board to promote water clarity, shoreline preservation, and safety on the lake.
Paul Wheeler and his wife, Donna, have had a seasonal cabin on Lake Latoka since 1980. In 2007 they made it their permanent residence. Paul retired as a Special Agent, with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Criminal Investigation Division, after 25 years. They enjoy spending “lake time” with their two children, three grandsons, and two granddaughters. Paul is looking forward to serving on the LLPOA, getting to know more Lake Latoka residents, and helping to solve lake quality issues.
Rita has lived on Latoka since 2012 when she and her husband, Craig, bought a home on little Latoka. They have two sons and four granddaughters and enjoy making memories on the lake with them. Rita is a dental hygienist at Rauk Family Dentistry. In her free time she enjoys kayaking, paddle boarding, and fishing on Lake Latoka. Glieden joined the board because of her love of the lake and hopes to contribute to the preservation and protection of it.
Jeremy Anderson 3855 Forest Park Road. SW
Jeremy has been a resident on Lake Latoka since 2008. He and his wife, Sara, have twin daughters, Lauren and Madeline. The family enjoys cruising the lake, water skiing, and tubing. Jeremy is an optometrist at Eye Associates in Alexandria. Sara is a kindergarten teacher at Osakis Public school. Anderson hopes to promote conservation and boating safety during his term as a board member.
Jan lives on the west side of Latoka and purchased her property in 1995. Jan spends much of her time with her six grandchildren and is known for creating and sewing their Halloween costumes every year. Besides sewing she loves to garden, read, hang out with friends and enjoy the lake. Jan's interest in serving on the Board stems from her desire to help maintain the quality of life on the lake.
Chad and his wife, Sheila, purchased their lake home in the fall of 2013 and just completed a remodel. They have three adult children with ten grandchildren with all enjoying the lake every daylight hour. Chad has dealt with county, state boards and committees for years through his previous business and wants to keep involved with what happens in local decisions including the Lake Latoka Property Owners Association board.