Las Sendas


Meet our 2021-2022 Las Sendas Community Association Board of Directors. Made up of your neighbors, these individuals work with resident committees and our management team to achieve our community's mission and vision.
Tony Reid
Tony Reid, President
Tony lived in Arizona for 20 years before moving to Florida in 2002. He moved back in 2010 and into Las Sendas in 2015. Tony attended ASU for his undergraduate degree and Washington University in St. Louis for graduate school. He began his career in banking but shifted to management consulting, where he spent over 30 years. After working for several large consulting firms, Tony finished his career as a Global Practice Leader and Partner at Deloitte, the world’s largest professional services firm. His clients included companies such as Apple, Uber, DuPont, United Technologies, Chevron, Bank of NY Mellon, and others. Since retiring in 2019, Tony has been focused on running and growing a real estate investment company that he started several years ago.
Tony has been married to his wife Linda for 38 years and together they have three grown children and three grandchildren. He enjoys playing pickleball, tennis, and golf as well as traveling. Additionally, Tony believes in giving back — especially to those that are less fortunate and to the disenfranchised. He and Linda started a charitable foundation in 2016 and have been active in providing funding and meeting the practical and emotional needs of those that need help.
Tony is honored and privileged to serve as a member of the Las Sendas Community Association Board of Directors. His background in business, finance, and consulting has helped him understand and provide input on many issues that regularly face the Board. He has a passion for strategic planning and would like to help this and future Las Sendas Boards stay focused on delivering quality outcomes for our community.
Residents should reach out to Tony if they are having any issues or concerns about the community landscaping or if there are general concerns that are financial in nature.
Kelly Intagliata
Kelly Intagliata, Vice President
As a Las Sendas Board Director, I desire to be continuously open to hearing residents’ viewpoints, concerns, and new ideas. In my observation, our community’s volunteer board and committee members are men and women dedicated to encouraging two-way communication, have a willingness to adapt and change, lead with honesty and fairness, and have the ability to ask for help from those who are more knowledgeable.

My 37-year career as a senior leader in public relations and marketing for healthcare systems and private universities has prepared me for my service with the Las Sendas Community Association (LSCA). The professional experiences that contribute to my work with the LSCA include brand development and image management; community and government relations; alumni and donor development; student recruitment; patient relations; senior leadership counsel in issues management and media relations; and the strategic integration of the full breadth of communication materials.
Prior community engagement includes chairing and serving on non-profit boards, including three chambers of commerce organizations, philanthropic clubs, a volunteer recruitment and service program hub, a performing arts center, a school district, a business district property owners’ alliance, senior adults’ program, and more.

We moved to Las Sendas in 2019 from Palos Verdes, California. My husband Tommy and I have two married daughters and two granddaughters. I have a bachelor's degree in journalism and public relations from San Diego State University and a master’s degree in health administration from the University of LaVerne.

As we cross paths, I encourage you to share with me what’s on your mind. I care about your Las Sendas experience and fully believe that together, our thoughts and actions will benefit our beloved Las Sendas community.
Pat Donohue
Pat Donohue, Treasurer
Pat has lived in Las Sendas for 23 years, raised 3 boys here and has volunteered in the Mesa community.  She knows many of her neighbors and is vested in Las Sendas.
Pat is a CPA with over 30 years’ experience in finance/audit, which includes public accounting, as well as 20+ years in the media industry and 9 in public school industry. She served on the board for Aster Aging in the East Valley for 8 years, previously known as East Valley Adult Services. She also served on the education committee for the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance (AFWA) East Valley Chapter, which taught financial literary in the community. In her current role with Gilbert Public Schools, she prepares the annual budget, annual financial report, monthly financials, and various other statutory required reports & filings.
In her appointed role as Treasurer, Pat looks forward to collaborating with the Las Sendas Management Team, contracted vendors and other committee members to provide financial oversight and ensure accurate and timely financial reporting, annual budget and investment results.
Linda Barton
Linda Barton, Secretary
Linda has lived in Las Sendas since 2017 and has served on the Association Board since 2018. She currently serves as the Board Secretary, Board Liaison to the Short Term Rental Working Group (STRWG), and as a member of the Community Planning Advisory Group (CPAG). Linda ran for the Board to be a part of maintaining the wonderful residential lifestyle of Las Sendas. Additionally, she places a priority on regular communication with the community.
Linda has a Bachelor's degree from Colorado College in Colorado Springs and a Master's in Public Administration from the University of Colorado in Boulder. Linda is a retired City Manager, and her husband, Gordon Steinman, is a retired college football coach. Before moving to Las Sendas, they've lived in Livermore, California; Bedford, Texas; Burnsville, Minnesota; and Colleyville, Texas.
Outside of her volunteer work, Linda is a golfer, enjoys walking and working out, plays pickleball, and she and Gordon travel as often as possible. Las Sendas has been an ideal choice for her lifestyle.
Bill Hettling
Bill Hettling, Director
Bill and his wife Judy have been residents in Las Sendas for five years. Originally from Stamford, Connecticut, Bill spent 33 years in Minnesota before moving to Arizona. Bill has a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey.

Bill is retired from the 3M Company after a career spanning 37 years. He has experience in sales, sales training, sales management, marketing, brand management, business strategy and organization, as well as eight years in international business development focusing on business centers in Asia, the Pacific, and Canada. He is a Six Sigma Black Belt in process improvement, as well as Design for Six Sigma product development. Additionally, Bill has experience as an adjunct professor of marketing at the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has lectured extensively at the Carlson School of Business at the University of Minnesota on topics including marketing, organizational development, and international business. He has been published in several trade journals and recently in a 2019 special edition of the NBA’s Rebound magazine.
Bill has sat on both for-profit and non-profit boards. He has been a member of CPAG, the Security and Safety Committee, as well as the current Board of Directors here at Las Sendas. Bill believes that strong business fundamentals, focusing on strategic planning, and project prioritization is critical for Las Sendas’ future.
In his spare time, Bill loves to travel with Judy. He is a private pilot, scuba diver, and avid reader. Bill and Judy’s family includes three kids, five grandchildren, and two dogs.
George Gutierrez
George Gutierrez, Director
George was born in Lima, Peru, and immigrated to the United States with his mother, grandmother, and two sisters. As a first-generation Peruvian-American, he strives to uphold the values taught by his mother: honesty, integrity, hard work, and assimilation.
George attended Cal State Northridge for two and a half years before meeting his beautiful and intelligent wife, Rhossio (they celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2022!). Soon after meeting his wife, George joined the United States Marine Corps and finished his undergraduate degree in business and accounting from National University. He then joined Michelin North America and has over 30 years of experience across disciplines and nations, including an expatriate assignment to Mexico.
Thanks to their amazing real estate agent Gerry Bush, George and his family moved to Las Sendas in 2015. George, his wife, and one daughter now live with him in our wonderful community. Another daughter and son reside in California with their families, including three of George's grandsons. Of course, the family is not complete without their pug, Gigi!
George is a lifelong learner and loves to read and listen to books, cook, work out as often as possible (as a result of his love for cooking and food), and enjoy time with his family. He is very grateful for the various opportunities he's been afforded in life and seeks to give back as much as he can. In addition to volunteering with the Las Sendas Board of Directors, George has served as a judge for the North Carolina Quality Leadership Foundation and as secretary for the South Carolina School Improvement Council. He currently chairs the Production Architectural Committee intending to maintain the beauty and quality of life that cemented his decision to make Las Sendas home.
Pat Shafer
Robert D (Bob) Mandarino, Director
Robert D (Bob) Mandarino was born March 11, 1943, on the south side of Chicago. His early years were spent attending St Francis DePaula grammar school. He worked as a newspaper delivery boy, then apprenticed for a shoemaker, florist, and grocery store produce department. Bob graduated from Hirsch High School, then joined the US Navy. He attended aviation electronics training and was assigned to Fighter Squadrons VF53 and VF143 servicing F3B & F4B fighters. Serving on the USS Ticonderoga, USS Ranger, and USS Constellation in Vietnam.
This training prepared him for a career with IBM. His responsibilities were hardware, software, marketing, and education. He then received an opportunity to be the project manager for a family-owned construction company building a ready-mix plant. During this time, he was elected to a city council seat, and assigned as police commissioner. After completing the project, he returned to IBM to complete his 30-year stint.
Upon retiring from IBM, he formed a corporation offering education services to various corporations. He now is focused on the Las Sendas Community Association. He has been attending Board and Committee meetings for two years. His goals are to ensure we are adhering to the CC&Rs, By-laws, policies, and committee charters.
Bob and Karen moved to Arizona in 1978. They have lived in Las Sendas since the year 2000. They have 5 children, 16 Grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Bob believes in the IBM philosophy, Listen, Read, Discuss, Observe and THINK. Plus the open-door policy—feel free to participate. Let Bob know what is the best avenue for you. See you at the social events.