The Moore Lake Property Owners Association will act for the good of its members by advocating the continued enhancement of healthful and enjoyable living within the vicinity and on the shorelines of Moore Lake, East Moore Lake, and the Gull River from Moore Falls south to Elliot Falls.
Your 2020-2021 Executives:
How Moore Lake got its Name
Alfred Walter Moore had a Fur Trading Post at Moore Falls from 1817-1827 and traded with the local First Nations in the area. He then relocated his Fur Trading Post to the top end of Gull Lake. When the Moore Lake Area was surveyed and mapped, the locals identified the Lake as "Moore's Lake and Falls" after Alfred Walter Moore.
***See more about our lake's history in our Members Forum area.
Director - Lake Steward
Golf Day Volunteer
Nancy Barnes, Eneri Taul
Brian Carrigan, Fay Splett
A little bit about the MLPOA Board of Directors 2020 – 2021........
Rick Sellon – President: Rick was raised in the enclave of Leaside in Toronto. He is a retired high school principal whose teaching career took him to Northern British Columbia and to Muskoka, Ontario. Rick’s parents vacationed at Norland on Shadow Lake through the 40’s – 80’s and then bought property on Moore Lake in 1985. He and his sister have co-owned the cabin since 2014. Rick is passionate about all things outdoors - regardless of the season! He has been on the MLPOA executive for three years. (Rick can be reached at 705-687-8930 or at email@example.com)
Rob Wittmann – Treasurer: Married to his wife Donna for 30 years, and with four adult children, Rob has been Treasurer of the MLPOA for 6 years, prior to which he organized the MLPOA Golf Tournament for around 10 years. A cottager on Moore Lake since 2000, he also chairs or sits on the boards of several not-for-profit organizations, and enjoys travel, cottage life, and keeping active. (Rob can be reached at 647 293 5051 or at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lisa Sellon – Secretary: Lisa was born and raised in Gravenhurst, Muskoka. Met and married her U of T sweetheart and promptly moved to Northern B.C. to begin her teaching career. She moved back to Muskoka to find jobs three years later and then settled down to teach and raise 2 children back in her hometown of Gravenhurst. Physical activity is important to her and she loves to keep active during all seasons both indoors and out. “After having worked many years in cottage country, finally owned our own cottage on Moore Lake and have learned what cottage life is all about.” She has been on the MLPOA executive for the past three years. (Lisa can be reached at 705-646-3254 or at email@example.com)
Nancy Barnes – Director: Nancy has as been a member of the MLPOA since its rebirth in 2001. Nancy has been married to Gord for fifty-two years. They raised their three children in Bowmanville and since then six granddaughters have been added to the family. She enjoyed a successful career in real estate for twenty-five years. They have owned a cottage on East Moore Lake since 1992 except for one year. After replacing their second cottage on the lake with an all-season home that they moved to permanently in 2014. Now retired and a resident of Minden, she still participates as the Resolution/By-Law Chair of Business and Professional Women of Bowmanville. In Minden she is the Treasurer of the Minden & District Horticultural Society and a volunteer at the Minden Food Bank. She enjoys gardening, walking in the woods, motorcycling, making sourdough bread and spending time with family and friends. (Nancy can be reached at 905 432-0114 or at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Eneri Taul – Director – Membership: Eneri Taul became a cottager at Moore Lake in 1982. When she and her husband Andres discovered their property, they immediately fell in love with the clean water, white birches, big maples, tall pines and peaceful surroundings. Now 2 adult daughters, son and grandson living in Toronto grew up loving our cottage, winter saunas, skiing, hiking and summer water fun. After graduating from Ohio State University, in Columbus where she grew up, she worked as an architect in Pennsylvania and New York City, continuing her practice here in Ontario until retiring this year. Alongside her practice, until her husband passed away 2 years ago, she supported her husband's ministry and service as Archbishop for the diaspora of Estonian Lutheran Churches worldwide. This included wonderful travel opportunities and making friends in different parts of the world. Now her time is divided between gardening, reading, occasional golf, hosting visits from family and friends and now of course, assisting Moore’s Lake Property Owners’ Association board. Here she is happy to meet more of our community and share the concerns for good stewardship of our local waterfronts, wildlife and beautiful environment. (Eneri can be reached at 416-996-4077 or email@example.com)
Brian Carrigan – Director – Newsletters: Brian was born in Toronto and grew up in Mississauga. He is a graduate of the University of Waterloo with a degree in Environmental Studies. Since graduation he has worked for IBM Canada for over 30 years and is currently a Service Delivery Manager working out of the Markham head office facility. “My wife and I have been property owners on Moore Lake since September of 2017. This is our first venture into cottage ownership after being able to enjoy everything Moore Lake has to offer for many years through my wife's family ties. What I enjoy most about Moore Lake/cottage life so far is the learning of so many new things, enjoying sunsets and making time to just relax more.’ Aside from cottage life at Moore Lake I enjoy playing golf and hockey as well as spending time with my wife and two university aged children. (Brian can be reached at 905-715-5016 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anton Davies – Lake Steward: Anton is a Welshman by birth but grew up in Port Hope, Ontario. He eventually went off to the University of Toronto to study Mechanical Engineering. After graduating with a PhD, he joined what is now RWDI, a consulting engineering firm that specializes in the study of the effects of strong wind on buildings, stadiums and bridges as well as air, water and noise pollution in the built environment. He lives in Milton Ontario with his wife Mary. Their extended family lives in Toronto and includes 4 grandkids. ‘We have enjoyed our cottage on Moore Lake for 11 years. Aside from building stuff at the cottage, I enjoy skiing, scuba diving, kayaking and photography. (Anton can be reached at 905 815 7358 or email@example.com)
Fay Splett - Director – Website: Fay was born in Ottawa and lives currently in Mississauga with her partner John Novelli. They are new to Moore Lake since June of 2019 and are thoroughly enjoying the cottage life year-round along with their four adult children. She has worked for many years in the advertising and publishing industry as an editor, associate publisher and a VP of sales and marketing. She has volunteered with and/or chaired various associations over the years and has run several fund-raising events. A long time travel bug, she has travelled to over forty countries around the world and lived in a few of them. She enjoys sailing, golfing, skiing, gardening, and spending time with her family and friends. (Fay can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org)