Angela and husband, Rodney and their children Rhys and Ansley have lived in their home on Morningside Avenue since 2008. They also share their home with their three furry kids, Nicollette, Mason, and Gulliver. They enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, and exploring the various treasures and amenities the city and surrounding areas offer. It has been over a decade since their relocation from the Pacific Northwest; they are still discovering Wisconsin and are loving the qualify of life Madison offers.
Vice President, Open Position
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Treasurer, Steve McCarthy
Steve and his wife have lived in a couple of places in the Lake Edge neighborhood, for almost 30 years. They now live on Jerome Street. After raising a couple of kids, they have now redirected their focus to growing flowers, plants and trees in their yard.
Secretary, Justin Williams
Justin has lived in the LENA neighborhood since purchasing his first house on Buckeye Road in 2013, where he lives with Bentley, his dog he rescued in 2016. Justin has a passion with working on social justice issues and creating a more inclusive community. Justin currently works for Community Shares of Wisconsin, a statewide nonprofit working to fund, promote and train over 65 nonprofits focusing on social, environmental, and racial justice issues.
Member, At Large, Nancy Werlein
My name is Nancy Werlein. My husband, Al Kent and I have owned our home on West Lakeview Avenue for 34 years. I was born in this neighborhood and lived here with my family in the 1950's and 1960's. I attended Frank Allis Elementary School, Sennett Middle School, and graduated from LaFollette HS in 1975. After earning my degree from UW-Madison, I taught Elementary Education in the Madison Public Schools until my retirement in 2012. Al and I enjoy participating in a wide variety of activities and hobbies including reading, gardening, and watching the birds in our big backyard. I like to sew and make beeswax candles. Al keeps bees and makes honey. We like to travel the world and volunteer our time whenever possible. We have 1 collie dog, Charlie, and a rescue cat named Annie. We also keep chickens in our yard
Member, At Large, Darrel D. "AJ" Feucht
Colonel Darrel D. ‘AJ’ Feucht is a graduate of Columbus High School, Columbus, Wisconsin. He holds Bachelor of Sciences degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in Agriculture and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lakeland College in Accounting. He holds an advanced management and leadership certificate from the UW–Madison School of Business and a master’s degree in Management and Organizational Behavior from Silver Lake College. His military education includes the U.S. Army Engineer Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Combined Arms and Services Staff School, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the Pre-Command Course.
Colonel Feucht was commissioned a second lieutenant, United States Army Corps of Engineers, through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program in 1985 and began his military career with numerous commands and staff assignments in the 86th Army Reserve Command and the 84th Division, U.S. Army Reserve. In August 1994, he transferred to the Wisconsin Army National Guard as assistant plans officer, 332nd Rear Area Operations Center. In subsequent years, he served in a succession of staff positions within the 64th Troop Command. He assumed command of the 64th Rear Operations Center (ROC) in June 2002. In September 2002, the 64th ROC deployed for a year of active duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom II and Operation Iraqi Freedom I. He also was the deputy director of operations, XVIII (18th) Airborne Corps during that deployment. He commanded the 64th ROC until May 2004, when he was assigned as operations officer, and later as executive officer, of 64th Troop Command. He commanded the 64th Troop Command from August 2007 to September 2010. He assumed the position of J-4, Domestic Operations on the JF-HQ, Joint Staff in September 2010 until assuming the command of Wisconsin’s first mission of its kind, the 82nd Agri-business Development Team (ADT). He also served as the Strategic Plans Chief for Task Force Hydra, Camp Phoenix, Kabul, Afghanistan. The Wisconsin 82nd ADT completed a successful deployment to Asad Abad, Kunar Province and the Capitol Region in Kabul, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom XIII. Colonel Feucht had the privilege of commanding soldiers and airmen over half of his successful career. He retired after a 30-year career in July 2013.
His military awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters, the Army Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal with bronze service star, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with campaign star, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Army Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon, the NATO Medal, Combat Action Badge and the Eisenhower Trophy Unit Ribbon. He is a 2017 inductee to the Wisconsin Army National Guard Hall of Honor.
Colonel Feucht in his civilian life works as manager of facilities and contingency planning for Great Lakes Educational Loan Services, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin since 1987. He is an active member of VFW Post 7591 in Madison, American Legion Post 62, Post in Columbus, Wisconsin, Commonwealth Masonic Lodge #325 in Madison and Monona United Methodist Church in Monona, Wisconsin. He is active on his Harley Davidson with the Beaver Dam Harley Owners Group, a Master Gardener and Badger Honor Flight volunteer and works on his 1966 Ford Mustang convertible during his free time. He lives in Madison, Wisconsin with his twin sons, Mitchell and Andrew and a 3-legged rescue beagle named Beacon.
Member, At Large, Trent Halverson
Hello neighbors! I have lived in the Lake Edge neighborhood since buying my house on Buckeye Rd. in 2008, and have been an east-sider since graduating from the UW in the mid 80’s. As a Realtor, I encounter and deal with the issues that are important to LENA as well as the broader community on a daily basis. Now that the kids are off living their own lives, I’m happy to have a little more time for community involvement and am pleased to have been chosen to be on the LENA board!
Lake Edge neighborhood is a vibrant, friendly neighborhood situated among similar communities on Madison’s east side. Our boundaries are from Cottage Grove Road to the north, Monona Drive to the west, East Dean/Monona Golf Course to the south, and Stoughton Road to the east. In the heart of our community is Lake Edge Park.