Please join us in congratulating Mike Sheridan on his retirement from Cordillera Ranch Development. As an original member of the development team at Cordillera Ranch 17 years ago, Mike has been an instrumental part of the growth and success at Cordillera Ranch. Having worn many hats of Development Manager, Sales Manager, Sales Agent, de-facto POA Manager, Architectural Review Committee manager and many other roles, Mike’s experience and knowledge of the ranch is vast. His vision and talents in land planning the community complimented by his attention to detail reviewing new home plans have helped Cordillera become recognized as one of the highest caliber developments in not only Texas but the entire U.S. Further, his passion for Cordillera’s ongoing success is matched only by his love of the highly ranked Nicklaus Signature golf course he helped create.
On behalf of the entire Cordillera Ranch ownership and staff, we offer an enormous ‘thank you’ to Mike for his contributions to this truly unique community. Aside from his artistic vision in land planning, Mike’s steadfast approach to guarding the integrity of the community for the past 17 years has been invaluable not only to the developer but also for the 1,000+ property owners. Sometimes underappreciated by residents is the daily work he has done as protector of detailed covenants by making sure there is strict adherence to these restrictions both from a home construction standpoint and general community maintenance perspective. Upholding these core principles is one of the many ways Cordillera is set apart from other luxury home communities in the Hill Country.
While Mike is formally stepping aside from his regular day-to-day roles of managing various development and POA operations, he’ll still be contributing to Cordillera Ranch on a less intensive consulting basis. This transition will allow Mike to continue to play a role in land planning of new phases as needed and assure that his knowledge of the community and role as one of its guardians is conveyed to successors, including new POA General Manager Matt Haire. Mike will continue on a consulting basis with the POA as a member of the Architectural Review Committee while also assisting in a long-range transition of the ARC that will include additional members. So you’ll still see Mike around the office some, but he’s looking forward to a less rigid schedule, less managerial responsibility and – most importantly – relinquishing the title of Mike Sheriff!
Congratulations, Mike, on a wonderful career and long-lasting contribution to the finest community in Texas!