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Board of Directors 2023

Kelly Coronel, President (term expires Dec 2024)

Patricia Duggan, Vice President (term expires Dec 2023)

Charlene Sheets, Secretary (term expires Dec 2023)

Raymond Gdovic, Treasurer (term expires Dec 2025)

Charles Speigner, Member at Large (term expires Dec 2024)

Association Manager: Kimberly Mills, Town Management (non-voting)

2023 COMMITTEES Leadership:

Architectural Review (ARC)

Charles Speigner, Chair and Board Liaison

Grounds Committee

Charlene Sheets, Chair and Board Liaison


RV & Boat Lot

James Hazelwood, Captain

Raymond Gdovic, Co-Captain and Board Liaison

Pool Committee

Vacant – Chair

Kelly Coronel, Board Liaison

Social Committee

Lauren Glascock, Chair

Kelly Coronel, Board Liaison

Clubhouse Committee

Jeannette Potter, Chair

Kelly Coronel, Board Liaison


Communications Committee (Website and Social Media)

Patricia Duggan, Chair and Board Liaison

Nominations 2023

Patricia Duggan, Chair

Our History

The Villages of Westminster, located in James City County/ Williamsburg, VA is a master planned community originally developed in 1999. The community consists of four beautiful villages of single family homes. These include: Cambridge Village, Kensington Village,Oxford Village and Somerset Village.

The Peninsula Home Builders Association named it their “Neighborhood of the Year” in 1999. Homeowners can enjoy the many community amenities that include a 25 meter six lane pool, clubhouse , soccer field and boat & RV parking. The primary builders who constructed homes in the Villages at Westminster were both Atlantic Homes and GCR although Tommy Louke, Kar San Development and Marque Homes built a few homes there as well.The community encompasses some 213 acres and is located off of Richmond Rd about a mile west of Prime Outlets.It was developed between 1998 and 2004. A total of 381 homes have been built in the neighborhood. Home sizes range from 1500 square foot patio home ranches to 3200 square feet two story homes. Lot sizes range from .13 acre to .33 acre. A large number of the homes back up to wooded green-space giving a sense of privacy unseen in many other neighborhoods. This undeveloped buffer space encompasses over 78 acres which is over a third of the community.