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Board Candidates Biographies
 
 
Jeff Greenstreet (current HOA Board member)
My wife Audrey and I were fortunate to purchase our home in Neely Farm in November of 2008 and are blessed to call Neely Farm our neighborhood.  There are not many neighborhoods that compare to ours and like our neighbors, we want to help sustain and build on the good work the community has achieved.  In my professional career as an internal business consultant and project manager for Michelin Corporation North America, I am called upon to find ways to be more efficient as an organization, manage large scale multi-national business projects and communicate effectively with many different audiences.  Audrey and I are currently empty nesters with twin daughters, one living in St. Louis (where we moved from in 2008) and the other temporarily with us on her way to Denver in 2024.  I am currently serving on the HOA BOD and although challenging at times, feel privileged to serve our community.  I would love the opportunity to continue to serve on the HOA BOD in service of our neighborhood.
Best wishes for 2024
 
Ryan Harper
Hello, 
My name is Ryan Harper. My wife Megan Harper and I have lived in Neely Farm since 2008. Currently I serve on the ACC committee and Megan serves as the social committee coordinator. We have two children who are 6 and 8 and both are students at Plain Elementary. I am a hospice RN here in the upstate. We all love Neely Farm! There is no neighborhood like it. Neely Farm is a special place and one of the only neighborhoods to have beautiful mature trees. My goal is to keep Neely Farm beautiful and safe. I value fiscal responsibility and want to make sure our money is being spent wisely. I want our neighborhood to be a great place to live and raise children. I will not tolerate crime or vandalism. Our board needs to stay strong and devoted and I hope to continue that. See y'all on the farm. 
 
David Hill
Candidate David Hill and his wife Rose Marie have lived in Neely Farm since 2005.  Previously,
they lived in many parts of the United States, including Minnesota, Iowa, Oregon, California,
New York and Florida.  They have four grown children, all successful with families of their
own.  One is an MUSC graduate who now practices pediatric medicine in the Seattle area, and is
a winning marathon runner.  Another is a disabled veteran who completed multiple tours in
Korea and Iraq, and now lives in Neely Farm.  David has a wide range of experience, ranging
from duty in the US Army as both an MP and a medical lab tech in Vietnam, academic
experience including teaching at five major universities, and a long career in business
management to include engineering, operations and systems development, financial
management, and sales.  After retirement, David served as an adjunct professor for business
operations development at Colorado Technical University, and he has also tutored a number of
subjects in science and math at the local Brashier campus.  Some years ago David led a team of
Neely volunteers that removed tons of trash and mapped out trails in our Rocky Creek flood
plain.  David has strong interests in the natural history of the southern Appalachians, history and
government.  He is a fiscal conservative and a strong advocate of the Bill of Rights, in all ways
possible.  David's goal in running for the Neely Farm HOA board is to, first and foremost, make
sure that this continues to be a friendly place for all of us to live together.  He would like to find
new ways to improve communications, so that the new HOA board can fully understand the
wishes of the people who live here.  He knows that people vary greatly in their wishes (what they
want), and respects the principle that all deserve a voice.  If you have specific questions or
concerns that you would like to communicate, you can send an email to David
at david4neely@outlook.com.  Otherwise, David looks forward to meeting you at the January
meeting.
 
 
Jarrett May
My name is Jarrett May and I am running for one of the open positions on the Neely Farm HOA board.
My wife and I moved to Neely Farm from the Raleigh, NC area in 2016 with our two young boys. We
count ourselves lucky to have found Neely Farm when we were looking for houses, especially given the
strong family community that embodies this neighborhood. With two young boys it has been great to
see them grow with their friends in the neighborhood. I am the Territory Manager for a family-owned
company in Duncan, SC called Engineered Systems, Inc. We are an overhead crane and hoist company
that services industrial and manufacturing businesses. In my role I am responsible for managing a team
of service managers, sales professionals, and technicians. I am also responsible for the overall revenue
growth of this territory. This has given me great management and negotiating skills that I would use in
my position on the HOA board. I have also had experience serving on the board of the Greenville
Society for Human Resource Management, where I was the Treasurer for over a year. I look forward to
the opportunity to serve my community on the board where I would focus on keeping the family friendly
atmosphere that has made this neighborhood such a desirable place to live. This would include keeping
the amenities up to date, addressing concerns promptly, and being fiscally responsible.
 
Michael Preus
My name is Michael Preus, and I am excited to be running for an open position on the
Neely Farm HOA. In July 2023, my wife, our two dogs, and I became proud residents of
this vibrant community. Our home has been a canvas for continuous upgrades,
reflecting our dedication to creating a welcoming space, and this passion extends to
leveraging our neighborhood's shared amenities for the benefit of all residents. With a
background including a Mechanical Engineering degree from Georgia Tech and holding
pivotal roles in product management and senior marketing within the power tool
industry, I bring a blend of strategic vision and project management skills to the table.
My experience managing complex schedules and international teams as a Project
Manager equipped me with the ability to navigate diverse landscapes—both in projects
and with people—handling challenges with grace and empathy, even in the most difficult
conditions. Running for the Neely Farm HOA board is an opportunity to merge my
professional acumen with my fervor for building up our community. My commitment to
effective communication, conflict resolution, and inclusive decision-making aligns with
my values, driving me to represent the diverse voices and aspirations of our residents
while fostering an environment that promotes the best for our neighborhood.
 
Craig Smith
Hi all!
I am Craig Smith and I am hoping to be elected to one of the open positions on the Neely Farm HOA. My
wife Dawn and I grew up in Minnesota, lived 4 years in Knoxville TN and then moved to Simpsonville in
1995. We had our Neely Farm house built in 1999, where we raised our two children, Anna (Woodmont
’15 and Lander University ’19) and Evan (Brashier ’19 and Coastal Carolina University ’23).
I have previously served on the Neely Farm HOA and also on the ACC committee. Neely Farm is a
beautiful, sought-after community with awesome amenities, great social functions and wonderful
families. My goal is to help keep Neely Farm in the upper echelon of subdivisions through proper and
timely maintenance, financial management and excellent, open communication to all members.
My professional background began in the restaurant industry, where I spent 9.5 years dealing with all
aspects of the business, including management. Learning as I did, I am now a firm believer that all
teenagers should experience a taste of the high pressure and customer service requirements in this
industry for at least a short time to help them succeed in all future endeavors! In 1990, I took a job as a
3rd Party Transportation Specialist with the Fortune 500 logistics company CH Robinson Worldwide.
Then in 1995, I opened the Greenville SC branch of CHR. As the General Manger of this office, I was
responsible for all aspects of operating this logistics business, including managing sales, financials and
personnel. At one point, we employed over 35 individuals in my office. I continued in this role until I
retired in 2016.
Personally, I love all sports! I played basketball and baseball in high school, continuing with baseball
through college. Once my son starting playing, I began coaching youth baseball in Simpsonville, Mauldin
and Fountain Inn. I also started and coached a travel ball team for a handful of years and was an
assistant coach at Brashier Middle College Charter High School for over 2 years.
May you have a fulfilling and prosperous 2024!
And please help Neely Farm achieve the same!
Thank you!