Lone Tree Resident Cathie Frazzini Appointed to South Suburban Board of Directors

The South Suburban Board of Directors appointed Lone Tree resident Cathie Frazzini to fill the vacant board seat at its May 22 special business meeting. Frazzini will serve the remainder of the vacant term (May 2025), due to the resignation of Susan Pye.

Frazzini joins current board members Pete Barrett, Pam Eller, Keith Gardner and Ken Lucas. She will be sworn in at the June 12 meeting.

“I appreciate the seven qualified applicants that applied,” said Eller. “Cathie’s recent experience on the Lone Tree city council and her ability to represent those residents will be an asset moving forward with development of a new regional park. I’m confident we will have a cohesive board that will continue to make the best decisions for the district.”

Frazzini most recently completed eight years as a council member for the City of Lone Tree, including four years as the Mayor Pro Tem. She served two terms on the Colorado Municipal League’s executive board and was named the President of the Lone Tree Arts Center Guild during her tenure as a member of their executive board. She was also a member of the Lone Tree/South Suburban subcommittee.

“It is an honor to be appointed to the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board,” said Frazzini. “I am looking forward to serving alongside the accomplished and effective SSPRD team and board members. It is a true privilege to serve, and I am hopeful that my prior public service experience will benefit the important work being done by this organization.”   

The South Suburban Board of Directors is comprised of five District residents all serving at-large, who help guide the directions of parks and recreation in the community. Public meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month.