When management of The Muirfield Association was turned over to the owners in 1987,
a nine-member Board of Directors, the governing body representing Owners,
Residents and the Association, was formed. These nine residents voluntarily
dedicate their time and talents to serve the interests of the community.
They are elected to three-year terms during voting at an annual meeting.
Director terms are staggered so that each year, three members are elected to
serve three year terms. They must be residents in good standing whose member
rights and privileges have not been suspended and they must be able to attend
the bi-monthly meetings. The directors are dedicated to long-term good management,
controlled growth and fiscal responsibility.
Their thoughtful concern ensures reasonable protection of each owner's environment.
Since I was elected to the Board in 2005, it's been
gratifying to work to enhance Muirfield's community. It's been my goal to work with my fellow Directors to
constantly update Muirfield - including improvements to the pools, playgrounds, landscaping on Muirfield Drive and pathways.
It is an honor and a pleasure to serve on the Board of Directors for such a unique community.
Diana Evans | Vice President
Resident since 1978
Our family built and moved into our Muirfield home in 1978.
I have been active on the Muirfield Grounds & Facilities Committee
as well as on the Board of Directors. I was President of the
Directors for two years. I am active in the Muirfield Village
Garden Club, a 27 year docent at the Columbus Zoo,
and a member of the Dublin Community Church.
I am proud to be a part of the leading role the
Board of Directors has taken in recent years to enhance
the quality of life for all our residents.
Paula Linehan | Secretary
Resident since 1985
I have loved and lived in Muirfield Village since 1985. It is a unique community
that deserves the nationwide attention it receives. In 2001 I began my real
estate practice and saw how communities changed over time, sometimes not for the
better. I became passionate about helping Muirfield maintain and expand its
reputation as Dublin's premier community in which to live. To do this we have
to maintain our home values. Steps that have been taken to accomplish this are
the Annual Muirfield Home Improvement Seminars sponsored by the Muirfield
Association, the "Muirfield List" of recommended vendors available to
members of the Muirfield Village Civic Association, and the architectural and
landscaping consultations made available to each home owner in Muirfield
Village. We are a diverse community, but what we share is pride in where we
live, Muirfield Village. I am honored to have been elected to serve you on the
Muirfield Village Board of Directors. I welcome the opportunity to listen to
your needs and encourage board discussion of your ideas and/or concerns. Working
together we will continue to expand the amenities and services offered to
Muirfield residents, amenities and services that other communities would not
even think of or consider.
Marilee Chinnici-Zuercher | Treasurer
Resident since 2004
After becoming an empty nester, I was interested in living in a condominium that had a home like surroundings.
I was lucky enough to find such an environment at Glenbarr.
Through the Board’s diligence, Muirfield's deed restrictions and design standards have kept the beauty of the area and property values.
I have been active in the Dublin and Central Ohio community since 1978 and believe that experience will be an asset in addressing issues in Muirfield Village. As a Board member I will work with my fellow Directors to maintain the reputation of Muirfield as a premier community.
Resident since 1994
Having been The Chairman of the Muirfield Ground & Facilities Committee for
the past six years has provided me with an in-depth insight into the inner
workings of our community. Our committee helped steer improvements in many of
our development from the pool upgrades to the entranceways and center island
green space enhancements. My goals are to bring that same insight and initiative
to our Board of Directors, so that we may ensure continued growth and
development within our wonderful community.
Resident since 1979
Muirfield Village has been home for my family and me for thirty-three years.
I am glad that our four children were able to grow up in this family-oriented
PUD community that promised restrictions to ensure the quality of life we wanted
for them. With the city's progressive planning, quality schools nearby,
and the security of my neighborhood's restrictions, I feel we've enjoyed
wonderful opportunities in the Muirfield area. I am proud to be a
long-time member of the Muirfield Association Board of Directors who've worked
so hard to protect our reputation and continues to find ways to enhance the
qualities of life we all enjoy in this community.
Resident since 2000
Muirfield Village has many unique qualities that make it a fantastic place to get to live.
In 2000, my wife, Peggy and three daughters moved to Muirfield Village.
While house hunting in the Columbus area, we were continually drawn to Muirfield
for the many paths and the pools, natural surroundings, water, and the required architectural design standards.
As an architect, I appreciate the aspects of continuity; yet still how it maintains the sense of
small unique neighborhoods throughout the village. Add in the beautiful golf courses and open space
and Muirfield Village has few comparisons. As a board member, I strive to maintain the characteristics
that created Muirfield and help bring creative solutions as it matures and as we add new amenities.
Resident since 2008
Muirfield Village has been home for my wife Christina, five children, and me since 2008. In addition to my immediate family, I am lucky enough to also have my parents and Mother-in-law as Muirfield Village residents as well. I am proud to have served on the grounds and facilities committee for 7 years and will work hard to find new and innovative ways to ensure we remain a premier community. I will do my very best to enhance the qualities of life we all enjoy and expect as Muirfield Village residents while working to be as transparent and efficient as possible. Please email me with any feedback or suggestions you may have at:
To address the Board during a regular meeting:
send written notice to the Association not less than one week prior to the meeting.
Notice may be mailed, delivered, or emailed to [email protected].
The Association office will reply with a confirmation of your request.