Pam Eller for SSPRD Board of Directors

I am writing to indicate my strong support for Pam Eller, who is a candidate for the South Suburban Park and Recreation District Board of Directors.  In my twenty-two years as the CEO of Hudson Gardens, I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Pam during her tenure on the District’s Board.  Pam embraced her role and served with honesty, fairness and thoughtfulness.  Her decisions were made only after careful consideration.  Pam Eller carried no agenda other than serving the greater good of the District. 

I recommend Pam because I know and trust she will bring her passion, dedication and, balanced approach to her board responsibilities.  Her interests are to serve the entire District by making considered decisions that will allow for South Suburban’s continued growth and development. Of course, Pam’s experience with the District is invaluable.  Among other successes she worked with fellow board members and management staff to develop the District Master Plan and the accompanying strategic plan both of which have been implemented with outstanding results.  Her knowledge of and experience with the District minimizes the learning curve and provides the opportunity for her to contribute from day one. She is a highly respected member of the community and a long-time resident of the District. 

Pam Eller is honest, intelligent, thoughtful, and experienced.  Add her to the South Suburban Board of Directors on May 2.

Rich Meredith

Return Pam Eller to the South Suburban Board

As former members of the South Suburban Parks & Recreation District Board of Directors, we join many others in asking district voters to elect Pam Eller in the Tuesday, May 2nd Board Election.  

Pam previously served on the BOD from 2010 to 2018, and she has remained active and invested in South Suburban in the five years since being term-limited in 2018.  We four had the pleasure of serving either concurrently or in overlapping terms with Pam and are familiar with her many strengths.  We encouraged her to run again in this election, believing that her leadership and knowledge will be of immense value in the coming four years.  Throughout her previous board service, Pam earned the support of many across the district for her work ethic, integrity, fair-mindedness, and compassion.  Pam was always thoroughly prepared for each board meeting, adding thoughtful comments and often a fresh perspective on decisions that came before the board, and she had a remarkable ability to listen carefully to help find workable solutions to constituents’ issues and requests. We all will be well-served if Pam is elected once again on May 2nd.

You may vote in this election if you are a resident and/or property owner within the District boundaries:

At the polls on Tuesday, May 2nd, from 7AM to 7PM at Goodson Recreation Center, 6315 S University Blvd, Centennial.

By absentee ballot – Voters who have signed up on South Suburban’s Permanent Absentee Voter (PAV) List automatically receive a mail ballot for every South Suburban May election.  To be added to this list, visit www.ssprd.org and search ‘2023 Election.’  The PAV application is under “Absentee Ballots” on the Elections page. To speed the application process and receive a ballot for this election, take a phone photo or make a PDF of your completed application and email it to Elections@ssprd.org.  Questions?  Call South Suburban Elections at 303-483-7011 during regular business hours, M-F, 8 AM-5PM.

Visit the Elections page to learn more about all six candidates running for the two open seats in this election.  With your vote on May 2nd, Pam Eller will again work collaboratively with the board, staff, and residents to maintain and strengthen our recreational amenities for the personal and financial health of our entire community.

Kay Geitner, Centennial – 2004-2012, Board Chair, 2010-2012
Sue Rosser, Centennial – 2008-2016
John Ostermiller, Littleton – 2009-2018; Board Chair, 2012- 2018 
Mike Anderson, Lone Tree – 2010-2018