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Published Sep. 2, 2005

Timber Pines Community Relations

Timber Pines residents Heinz Blossfeld and Curtis Mueller were elected to three-year terms on the board of directors of the Timber Pines Community Association at the group's annual meeting Feb. 15. The two join incumbent directors Gloria Gilbert, Darryl Hamilton, Bob Kennedy, Frank Sayers and Jim Waters on the seven-person board.

Blossfeld, a certified public accountant, moved to Timber Pines with his wife, Margarete, in 1998. The couple came from Michigan, where Blossfeld had his own CPA firm of 69 employees. He specialized in corporate management services and consulting.

Active in the community, Blossfeld just completed a one-year term as chairman of the village representatives committee that serves as a conduit between residents of Timber Pines' 57 villages and the board of directors. He has been a member of the rules and regulations committee since 2000.

Blossfeld graduated summa cum laude from the Walsh Institute of Accountancy, now Walsh College, in Detroit. He is a retired division captain of the 7th U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary District in Punta Gorda.

Mueller and his wife, Carol, have been residents of Timber Pines since 1997. They are also from Michigan, where Mueller was on the financial staff of General Motors for 30 years. He worked in GM's overseas operations, North American operations, automotive components group and internal audit staff.

Until his election to the board, Mueller was chairman of the Timber Pines internal audit committee and an alternate village representative. He served in the U.S. Air Force for six years.