Behind the all-volunteer KNU Board is structure. Click here to view our organizational chart. Get to know us. After all, we represent YOU. Our 501c3 non-profit organization is partly comprised of officers that are elected annually by you, our residents. Additional board members include committee chairs, other key positions and KNU representatives. The board oversees the duties of the organization & budgetary appropriations and allocations such as neighborhood enhancements, on-going grounds maintenance, events and fund-raising efforts, special or unforeseen needs and co-op projects with the City of Dallas and other community groups. Things get done around here, thanks to many hands. We’re a true network, governed by the By-Laws of the organization, and fueled by pro-active, spirited & generous neighbors like you! Together, we tend to the workings of Greater Kessler Park. We may not always agree on things, but at the heart of the matter are the benefits for the whole of our community. Let’s get to know each other better. Volunteer, attend a neighborhood event, Krawl with us, make your $50 annual dues payment, dedicate a brick, run for an office or serve on a committee…there are many ways to get involved. And don’t forget to attend our annual KNU General Meeting in November. You can always get in touch with any active board member via our Contact page. There is also a wealth of helpful information on our website, handy links, conservation district reno & new addition guidelines, and everything KNU!
KNU Board pictured above: First row (left to right) Mark Drennan, Socials; Susan Via, Vice President & Kessler Krawl; Dale Miner, Store; Donna Hitt, Heritage Oak Cliff; and Jerry Sanchez, President & Conservation District. Second row (left to right) Robb Puckett, Communications; Lila Belitz, Secretary & KNU Picnic; Patty Brooks, Membership; Cindy Pierce, Beautification & North Oak Cliff Greenspace; and Robbie Miller, New Neighbors. Not pictured: Ryan Hilscher, Contributions; Ron Veech, Holiday Lights; Jacqueline Block, Streetscapes; and Terry Egger, North Oak Cliff Police Patrol.