Our Monterey staff are the greatest! Get to know them.
Chris Malpiedi - Chris has been a vital figure at Monterey since the day he started serving as Property Manager in July of 2005. As a walking encyclopedia of Monterey's populace and Florida condominium law, Chris is reliable to handle situations and advise the board in whatever may come along. Outside of office hours, he enjoys playing golf ("poorly ") and is also enthusiastic about hunting, fishing, and riding his Harley.
Gale Todd - Gale, as Administrative Assistant, is the face and voice of Monterey, answering questions and producing information like magic, in person or by phone, from her spot at Monterey's reception desk. Married and the mother of two grown daughters, Gale has been traveling to us daily from Hobe Sound for seven years. As a Florida native, when not at work she takes naturally to travel, golf, and the beach.
Gail Cost - Gail, our bookkeeper, came to us in 2007. She truly enjoys helping Monterey people in whatever capacity she can, as her job places her in a multiplicity of roles. Her smile and friendliness are not completely concealed behind that screen! Gail loves the gorgeous "outdoors" of Florida and all the activities thereof: golf, boating, walking, swimming.
Tom Priez - Tom, head of maintenance, is no newcomer to Monterey, where he has found "steady work and good people" since coming here early in 1999. Anyone who has ever filled out a "work order" has soon recognized Tom as a problem solver who knows Monterey inside and out. The father of twin daughters, Tom enjoys in his off-hours doing anything outside, especially camping, hiking, and biking.
Bill Witte - Bill Witte (yes, you pronounce the final "Ë"), the newest of Monterey's fulltime employees, spends his time on the job between maintenance and the golf course. He came to us in mid-July, having worked previously at Club Med, and stresses than he likes to "stay busy." Like so many others at Monterey, Bill originally came to this area from Long Island. He finds the folks at Monterey, from his supervisor, to the office force, to the residents, to be nice, friendly people and finds Monterey a great place to work.
Bryan Leonard - Bryan has been a staff member for four years, in charge of Monterey's irrigation systems. When you're walking along the road and you see three or four sprays watering a section of grass, that's the system at work, and Bryan maintains all those wells and sprinkler heads! Bryan, a fan of all the South Florida teams, is the proud father of a fourth grade daughter and enjoys fishing and cycling.
Matt Lean - In his role as Greens Superintendent, Matt has plotted and worked for improvement since he took responsibility for the course at Monterey in March, 2010. He also began a helpful procedure of reporting problems and progress through monthly articles in Chip Shots, bringing Monterey's golfers up to date on the work and plans of the staff and even explaining the effects of the weather on the course. All together now: Fill your divots and repair your ball marks!
Joey Dovutovich - After six years at Monterey working to maintain the golf course - cutting all the varieties of grass to the proper heights while being respectful of golfers, dealing with the rain and lack of it that creates the nuances of Florida weather - Joe resigned and left the area. He was gone for about a year, but he couldn't stay away! Now that he's returned, it's hard to say who is more glad - the residents of Monterey or Joe himself. His friendliness, spirit of cooperation, and devoted interest in our community make Joe a popular figure out there on his tractor.
Cassy Priez - Yes, you caught that name right. She's the daughter of Tom Priez and says she enjoys working with her dad and also likes the people living here. As Monterey's newest employee, Cassy took over the janitorial duties in the clubhouse and Yacht Club about five months ago. In her spare time, Cassy likes to play softball, shop, and go to the beach.
Michael Wright - To many at Monterey, this worker is the invisible man. Coming into the complex on designated days to grab all those bags out of the cans, he tosses them, one by one, onto an ever growing pile in his truck. If you do happen to see his solitary act, you may suspect that it's magic or magnets holding those bags up there with never a one slipping. But, no. It's just talent and experience.