Meet the Board

New Board Elections are held each year during the annual meeting. Your elected leaders are as follows:

Vicki Alper
Vicki and her husband Bruce have lived part time in Coyote Ranch since 2015. They own and operate a Real Estate and Property Management company in Durango, CO. Vicki is honored to once again serve on the Advisory Board.

Brent BeDillon
Brent and his wife, Kelsie Pate, purchased their lot on Cornerstone Circle in 2018. Brent has lived in Casa Grande off and on since 1984. He has worked for Kiewit Infrastructure West for the past 20 years, working on projects across the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Steve DiMuzio
Steve was trained as a teacher, later served as a high school principal, and then as a superintendent of schools both here in the CG Union HS District and in NY state for more than 40 years. In October of 2006, Steve and wife Carolann moved into Coyote Ranch.


Scott Elliott
Scott and his wife, Barbara, have lived in their Coyote Ranch home since 2010. Scott is a native of Casa Grande and retired from the sheriff’s office after 25 years of service. He continues to serve as the current elected Constable for the Casa Grande Justice Precinct.

Kyle Myers
Kyle with his wife, Krissa have been residents of Coyote Ranch since 2002 and Kyle has lived in Casa Grande since 1982. Kyle & Krissa operate K&M Roofing systems and KM Real estate inspection and is honored to serve on the HOA Board.

Douglas Sirk
Douglas Sirk retired after serving 24 years in the military. Douglas graduated from the US Air Force Academy and furthered his education by attending the University of Dayton where he earned a master’s degree in Engineering Management.

Debbie Yost
Debbie and her husband Joe moved to AZ in 1977 and have lived on Cornerstone Circle since 2000. They own and operate RE/MAX Casa Grande and helped to create Coyote Ranch. Debbie cares deeply about our community and is proud to serve on the HOA Board.

Contact the Board

Please use this form to contact the Coyote Ranch Community Association Board of Directors. Or, you may email board@coyoteranchhoa.com directly.

For more specific requests—including architectural changes, park reservations, and violations—please use the appropriate forms in the menu at the top of this page.