Sep 06

Dick Rosenhagen Named New Community Manager

Posted on September 6, 2018 at 9:52 AM by Adam Rosen

CCMC is pleased to announce Dick Rosenhagen as the new community manager of Vistancia. He succeeds Craig Pustejovsky, who will transition to his new role as vice president for client fulfillment in the Western Division.

As Vistancia’s community manager, Dick will look to expand upon and create lasting relationships by engaging with residents, the Board of Directors and the developer. “I’m excited to become a part of the Vistancia family,” he said. “I look forward to contributing to the lasting success of this beautiful community.”

Dick’s tenure with CCMC began in 2005 as the club director at Estrella. For the past four years, he has served as the community manager at Toscana at Desert Ridge, a luxury condominium association in north Phoenix. Dick brings 13 years of professional experience to his new role. His various leadership positions have included every aspect of community management including facilities management, operations, lifestyle programming and site-based service.

Originally from Cheney, Kansas, Dick earned a bachelor’s degree from Wichita State University and is currently working on his master’s degree from the University of Nebraska. He is recognized as a Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM), Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) and a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM). 

“Dick brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership skills which makes him the perfect choice to lead Vistancia,” said Western Division President Delores Ferguson. “He has excelled in his roles at CCMC and I am confident he will work well with the site team and community members to continue Vistancia’s success as a premier community in Arizona.”

Dick currently resides in Peoria with his wife Brandi and two cocker spaniels, Rocky and Husker. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, golf, and Nebraska football.
Jul 05

Craig Pustejovsky Promoted to Vice President of Client Fulfillment at CCMC

Posted on July 5, 2018 at 2:27 PM by Adam Rosen

CCMC is pleased to announce the promotion of community manager Craig Pustejovsky to vice president for client fulfillment in the Western Division. Craig will continue to serve as community manager at Vistancia until a successor has been hired and trained.
 
In his new role at the CCMC corporate office in Scottsdale, Craig will partner with developers, Board Members and site teams on pre-development consulting and community management services. Craig will replace CCMC vice president Jenna Perkins, who will be transitioning to a vice president role in CCMC’s Eastern Division this fall.
 
Craig has more than a decade of experience in the community association industry, including a four-year tenure with CCMC. As community manager at Vistancia, he helped oversee transition from developer to homeowner control, led efforts to ensure financial stability and fully fund the community’s reserves and oversaw a vibrant and successful lifestyle and communications program. Previously, he served as a community manager at a north Phoenix community for CCMC and as vice president of a national management company based in Arizona.
 
A native of Chico, California, Craig earned a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. He served 10 years in the United States Marine Corps in a variety of leadership roles and was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Commendation Medal and the Joint Service Achievement Medal during his service. He holds the Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM) and Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) professional certifications. He is currently pursuing the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation.
 
Outside of work, Craig enjoys traveling, skiing, scuba diving, spending time with his family, completing home remodeling projects and golfing.
 
“Throughout his tenure with CCMC, Craig has gone above and beyond to build meaningful connections with both developer and homeowner clients, and he has excelled at ensuring communities remain in a strong position with respect to governance, operations and finance,” said Western Division president Delores Ferguson. “His efforts in Vistancia have left a very positive impact on the community and the on-site team, and his new role will allow him the opportunity to apply the skills he’s developed and the lessons he’s learned as he works closely with CCMC team members and clients across Arizona.”
Oct 03

Access ID Cards Discounted During October

Posted on October 3, 2017 at 5:48 PM by Adam Rosen

Your Access ID card is more than your key to unlocking amazing community amenities; it’s your identification as a resident of our community authorized to use those community assets. Our Community Patrol team use Access ID cards to verify residency when patrolling at the pools or the gym.

Each homeowner is entitled to two free Access ID cards. Additional cards can be purchased, and this month, the management team will offer Village at Vistancia cards* at a special discounted price of $6. This is a great chance to replace any lost cards or to purchase them for children who might not have their own cards yet.

Cards will be issued to those residing in the home; exceptions will be made in special circumstances. Youth must be 10 years old to have their own Access ID cards. Those ages 10-13 will only have access to the MVC Gym. At age 14, they can access all amenities.

I can’t stress enough the importance of carrying your Access ID card with you whenever using community amenities. Community Patrol will be conducting ID checks more often to ensure amenities are being used properly by residents and their guests. As a reminder, each homeowner is allowed to bring two guests. Those using the amenities without proper identification may be asked to leave the property.

Additionally, our maintenance team has recently added security alarms to the doors along the northern glass wall of the MVC Gym. These doors are now emergency exits and should not be used to grant entry to the building. Please use the doors at either end of the building, which are accessible with your Access ID cards. Opening the emergency exit doors will cause an alarm to sound.

Purchasing an Access ID card is simple. Stop by the Association Office between 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and visit me at the front desk. An adult must accompany a child who needs an ID. The individual who will be using the card must be present, as the cards require a photo.

Please note: this is for a new or replacement ID. Residents may have one active ID card per person at a time.

*Residents of Acacia Grove and Primrose Estates can receive additional or replacement cards for those neighborhood amenities, as well, for an additional $6.