The following residents serve on the Executive Committee of the Lake Kasshabog Residents Association. All positions are elected positions with a two-year term. Please feel free to contact any of the following people with your lake issues and concerns. Simply click on their names and you will be directed to their email.
Jennifer and her husband bought a small cottage in MacDonald Bay in 2007 and immediately fell in love with Kosh. They have been living here full time since 2010 when she retired from her career as a physiotherapist and homecare business owner. She has served on many boards from a golf course to the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and brings that experience to the LKRA.
Mike Delsey has been a cottager on Kosh Lake for 31 years and has served as President of the LKRA for the past 4 years. He is a strong advocate for boater safety and a supporter of initiatives that protect our environment. This year, Mike was elected to the Board of Directors of FOCA. He’ll be a great asset at FOCA and a good ear to the ground for us. Well done, Mike!
Hazel has spent 35+ years on the LKRA executive and has been the Treasurer of the LKRA for the last 30 years! Her banking industry experience has proven an invaluable asset. During this time, she has also held other roles on the executive including zone rep and marker program, but she is most known for her contributions to our annual Regatta and the creator of the famous “candy run”.
Maggie has literally been on the lake her whole life - she was in utero while her mom learned to waterski! She became involved with the association in 2015 while creating the Kasshabog Lake map with 911#s. Quickly her role evolved into assisting the Executive; planning meetings, securing advertising and working on countless other projects. For her, MacDonald Bay and the lake mean family, friends and time to relax and enjoy.
Now ‘retired’, Anne brings her marketing, communications and community-building skills to her position on the LKRA. She has been cottaging on the lake for 60+years and like many, Kosh is part of her soul. Her idea of a perfect weekend is to share it with her kids, start with coffee in the back bay, follow up with some kayaking, swimming, slalom skiing and finally a glass of red wine dockside.
Having spent her entire life cottaging on Kosh, Cynthia’s love of the outdoors and nature has made her an advocate of all things concerning the environment. Enjoying life at Kosh includes many outdoor activities including kayaking, swimming, stargazing, or hiking in the woods. Being able to share beautiful Kosh with family and friends - is simply priceless. My cottage motto has always been the more the merrier.
Jami enjoys spending days on the dock - swimming, reading, and enjoying the beauty of nature while soaking up the love and laughter of family and friends. Jami values connection and relationships and plans bring her upbeat energy to new and exciting events on the lake. She is passionate about waterfront real estate and works out of the new Ball Office in Apsley. Jami and her husband Ken have two kids, three dogs, and lots of good times!
Member at Large - Jennifer Conron
Jennifer has been coming to the lake for 25 years as part of the Milne/Dennison clan, who have been on the lake since the 1940’s. Recently “refocused” from architecture, Jennifer enjoys working on communications projects with the LKRA. When she is not playing competitive tennis, or plein air painting, she is swimming and kayaking in the serene water of Kosh Lake.
Member at Large - Chris Bradley
Chris and his family (Lelia, Andrew and Michael) have been cottagers on the lake since 1995. Chris retired at the end of 2020 and feels very fortunate to be able to spend the warm months kayaking, golfing and enjoying Kosh, and travelling the world (pandemics-permitting) during the cold months. Chris is acting as Assistant Secretary of the LKRA on an interim basis.
Member at Large - Stacy Dedlow
Stacy joined the LKRA in July 2018 as Vice President and recently moved to the Member at Large position. She helps organize the annual regatta and also assists behind the scenes with document editing. Stacy’s family has been cottaging for over 65 years on Kosh Lake. Look for her running on the cottage roads or enjoying the water and all that cottage life has to offer.
Lorraine has been coming to Kosh Lake with her husband and two sons for over 40 years. She retired 4 years ago after 29 years as an elementary school teacher in the Durham Region and now lives full-time in MacDonald Bay. Initially, she will focus on the Community Hall/Library. As a former dance teacher, she's teaching line dancing there. She sees the space as having great potential as a gathering spot for our lake residents and is excited to be a part of the LKRA Executive.