City Council meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM. An agenda for each month’s meeting is always posted at Fremont Hills Country Club (where our meetings are currently being held) and at the City’s public notice bulletin board at the corner of Winged Foot Drive and Rolling Hills Drive. If you would like a monthly agenda sent to you by e-mail, just send us your address. All residents are welcome to attend.
Luke Davis, Mayor
My Family and I have called Fremont Hills home since 2009. What a beautiful place to live conveniently located to all area attractions. My wife Heather and I have three beautiful kids who are very active and keep us busy all the time! Heather and I have owned and operated two retail businesses here in the area and we both have a passion for retail.
Currently serving as Mayor, I’ve served 3 terms as a Ward 2 Council Member and President of the Board. Fremont Hills is a great place to live and play. The city council and all those involved with the city, work hard to keep Fremont Hills an attractive city that is both fiscally sound and appealing to those who live here and those that desire to live here. We are very proud to call Fremont Hills home!
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Kevin Jansen, Alderman Ward 1
Although my wife and I grew up in the Ozarks, we lived in Florida and then Virginia for nearly 20 years while we developed our careers and started a family. We moved back to southwestern Missouri in the summer of 2009. The City of Fremont Hills continues to be an ideal choice for us because of its quiet neighborhoods built around a challenging golf course within the natural beauty of the Ozarks. I have been a member of the City Council representing Ward I since 2013.
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Ann Littell-Mills, Alderman Ward 1
Married to Damon Mills in 2001. Moved to Fremont Hills in 2012. Special Interests include yoga, reading, hiking, and travel.
• Central Missouri State University, 1994, magna cum laude in history
• University of Nebraska, J.D., 1997 with distinction. Member of Nebraska National Moot Court Team. Order of the Barristers
• Partner at Courtney & Mills, LLC, Attorneys at Law, in Springfield, Missouri. Practicing in the areas of family law, personal injury, and business litigation.
• Winner of the 2007 Lon O. Hocker Trial Lawyer Award presented by the Missouri Bar Foundation.
• Missouri Bar Association
• Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association
• Admitted to practice in the state of Missouri and Federal Court of Missouri.
• 2011 to present: Member of Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Springfield
• 2012-2013 President of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Springfield, Missouri.
• Member of BNI “Game Changers” chapter in Springfield, Missouri.
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Kerry Nelson, Alderman Ward 2
Kerry is a native of Christian County growing up on a family farm and graduating from Clever High School. He attended Missouri State University first earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and then a Masters degree in Criminal Justice Administration.
Kerry began working for the Missouri Board of Probation and Parole 26 years ago starting this career in Camdenton, MO, the 26th judicial circuit. The last 19 years he has been a District Administrator with most of his time spent in Branson where he managed operations of five county offices comprising the 38th and 39th judicial circuits. Kerry is also an adjunct instructor in the Criminology department at Missouri State University. Perhaps most notable almost 18 years ago Kerry served as one of the three original developers of third oldest drug court in Missouri. He worked along side Judge Jim Eiffert and then prosecuting attorney Mark Orr to start the Christian County drug court in May 1998. Most of his current work involved policy and procedure development, personnel transactions and serving as liaison with criminal justice partners such as the judiciary, prosecuting attorney and defense attorneys.
Finally and most importantly, Kerry and his wife Leslie, have a daughter who attends Ozark High School.
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Bud Addington, Alderman Ward 2
My wife, Kay, and I have been residents of the City of Fremont Hills for over 20 years. In those 20 years, we have built two homes (both of which were in the ward 2 district of the City)—we lived on Pleasant Valley Drive and now in the 12th addition of the villas. I serve on the city council in an effort to help ensure that the citizens continue to enjoy our unique lifestyle and have been an alderman since 2010. I have been retired from the food brokerage business for approximately 15 years and now own a retail pet store. Kay had I have three sons (one deceased), five granddaughters, two great grandchildren and one dog. My philanthropic involvement is: a Shriner with the local Abou Ben Adhem, the Masonic Lodge, the Elks Lodge and multiple local animal shelters.
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Randy West, Alderman Ward 3
I’ve been a resident of the City of Fremont Hills since June 2012. I grew up in the area, but spent nearly 20 years away, following my career. My wife and I had always planned on returning when the opportunity was available and we are very happy to have made our home in Fremont Hills.
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Alisa Lowry, Alderman Ward 3
Alisa Lowry, Alderman, Ward 3 currently serves as the Director of Autism Services at the Arc of the Ozarks in Springfield, Missouri. Alisa and her husband have been residents of the City of Fremont Hills for 12 years.
This is my 2nd term serving as an Alderman for the City. I was elected to my first term in April of 2010 where I served for 2 years. I also served on the Board for Fremont Hills Country Club from August 2012 – December 2012.
I became involved with our city due to the annexation issue that was an issue for the City in 2009. I wasn’t very involved until that issue, when someone stated that “they didn’t know who I was, and if I was so passionate about the issue, how was it that they never saw me at any of the meetings before then?” Hmm… Be careful what you wish for, right?
So, I am using my talent, knowledge and experience in Non-Profit Administration along with an eagerness to learn to the City.
What is the attraction to being an alderman? The City of Fremont Hills – is an amazing place to live – yes, It IS a CITY (4th class) NOT a SUBDIVISION! –We ARE NOT an HOA. We are an established city with a voice in Christian County. It is a mature city with beautiful trees, well maintained homes and streets. The citizens of Fremont Hills are great. They are passionate, family- focused, hard-working people that enjoy their leisure time. They take pride in their community, are involved, looking out for each other and their neighbors. Many enjoy being members of the Fremont Hills Country Club that is located within the boundaries of the City. The club offers a challenging 18-hole golf course, a state of the art swimming pool and a nice bar and grill. Whether it is being able to drive their golf-carts to the course, drop kids off at the pool, grab a meal with friends, hand out cases of candy at Halloween to loads of trick-or-treaters every year, or sell items at the annual garage sale every April, it is what defines living in the City of Fremont Hills. I am thankful for those that have served before me as our representatives. I have learned a great deal from my time as an alderman and am proud of the accomplishments and financially sound decisions we have made for the City. I have a lot of respect for the amazing individuals that I am fortunate to serve with while on the Board of Alderman.
I have 25+ years of professional experience in not-for-profit organizations and serve on numerous boards, most recently with the Arc of the United States, Missouri State Chapter. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.
I have a solid track record of administering successful programs. In addition to managing a well-known Autism Services Program at the Arc of the Ozarks, and am currently overseeing our recent acquisition, a private school and autism center in Springfield known as Rivendale Center for Autism and Institute of Learning.
Experience and Attributes
o Graduate of the Go Lead Professional Development Program for the Non-Profit Sector, Peer to Peer Leadership Program of Missouri State University, 2012.
o Instrumental in developing the Emergency Management Plan for the City of Fremont Hills.
o National Incident Management Service Training with FEMA.
o Functional experience with memberships & governing boards.
o Program Development, Strategic Planning, Public relations, Budgets, non-profit administration, human resources management, supervision, fund-raising, public speaking, community outreach and crisis management.
o Volunteer with Christian County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
I am married to Jeff Lowry who is an Industry Marketing Manager with Dolby Labs. Jeff and I share our home with our fur children – MoviStar, a 3 year old golden retriever, Clemson, a 15 year old tabby, Little Guy, a 5 year old Seal Point lilac, Riv – the chinchilla and Dale – the gerbil. I love SEC football – specifically, the Auburn Tigers! I enjoy, running, swimming, cooking and reading.
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Matthew Growcock, Legal Counsel
Matt’s expertise and commitment to providing exceptional legal representation has earned him the respect of the Southwest Missouri legal and business communities. He was selected by the Springfield Business Journal for inclusion in its 2012 Class of “40 Under 40.” Matt has also received statewide recognition for his legal work. In 2013, he was selected as one of Missouri and Kansas “Super Lawyers”. In 2011 and 2012, he was selected as one of Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” In 2010, he was selected by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as one of Missouri’s “Up and Coming Lawyers.”
Outside of his practice, Matt is dedicated to serving his community. He serves on the board of directors for two not-for-profit organizations, and is very active in several others. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family at the lake and playing golf.
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Scott Christensen, Project Manager
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Jeanette Curtiss, Deputy Clerk
As a resident of the City of Fremont Hills since November of 1986, I have seen the City more than double in size and the course grow from a nine hole course to its current 18 holes. I became the second paid staff member for the City in June of 1995.
My prior work experience has been in banking-14 1/2 years in various administrative roles and as human resources director. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Office Administration and Business Education from MSU and was the first to teach business evening courses through the American Bankers Association in affiliation with the Springfield Public School System. I am also a graduate of Leadership Springfield (Class II), Human Resources Graduate School of Banking (Boulder, CO), completed numerous banking courses and 2 courses in Community Emergency Response Training (CERT). My community and professional involvement includes the Southwest Missouri City Clerks and Finance Officers Association, Christian County Citizen Corp. (Board Member), Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary, Parish Council of Catholic Women and St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church.
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