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President’s Message


Dear WSCAI Members, Time has flown by and I cannot believe it is almost


August. It’s crazy how quickly the days go by…


As we transition into the fall and hope to put COVID in the past, it is time to look to the next task at hand. Budget season! Be certain to check out these articles in this issue: “Your Association’s Financial Statements: Knowing the Basis of Accounting,” “Planning for Non-Reserve Maintenance Projects in the Operating Budget” and “Construction Bonds.” Each addresses subjects related to the financial health of communities and may provide valuable information that relates to your community’s budgetary issues.


In addition, the articles “ACC Gone Astray—What to Do with an ACC Dispute” and “Neighbor-to-Neighbor Disputes: What to Do When the Association Is Caught in the Crossfire” and the article regarding “House Bill 1482: Changes to Community Association Foreclosures” remind us of our duties with respect to conflicts within our association.


Finally, this month I wish to honor a friend and colleague who has recently passed. There are not enough words but here it goes… I know many of you had the chance to spend time with Gil Price and experience his wit and generosity. I was blessed to be invited to his and his husband’s (Ken Krasner) home on several occasions to experience the Blue Angels ariel show during Seafair weekend. Those days of good company, food and frivolity will forever remain as fond memories.


He was a true leader of WSCAI to which he dedicated thousands of hours of expertise and work.


In addition to the personal side of the loss of Gil, there is the industry side. His outgoing, never knew a stranger personality will be greatly missed. Not only was Gil a Past President,


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Board Member and Committee Member of WSCAI; he was a constant figure at trade shows, seminars and luncheons. He was a true leader of WSCAI to which he dedicated thousands of hours of expertise and work.


I looked up to him (literally and figuratively) as many of us did. He was always ready for a hug and a chat. And his laughter could be identified from across the room. All are greatly missed. Thank you, Gil, for all you gave to your friends, family and colleagues.


Thank you, Gil, for all you gave to your friends, family and colleagues.


Enjoying Seafair's Blue Angels from Gil and Ken's home. Take care of yourself and each other.


I honor Gil in taking a moment to reflect on my friends and family and remember one of my favorite mantras borrowed from Lester Holt “Take care of yourself and each other.”


Sincerely, Amy S. Clements, ARM, CIRMS, Chapter President (800) 228-1930 | aclements@cauinsure.com


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