Susan Sailor Daly and her husband, Richard, have been residents of Lake Forest for 12 years. She is a deacon at First Presbyterian Church of LF. Susan has served as a Room Parent at LF Country Day School and in various volunteer capacities while her two sons attended LFHS. She was a journalist for WSJV-TV before working in government, banking and tech. A native Hoosier, Susan graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington with a BA in Telecommunications and a minor in Business. She represented Indiana in the 1986 Miss America program.
Scott Anderson is a President of Forest Builders and Forest Plumbing. He is a lifelong multi generation resident of Lake Forest and an alum of University of Mississippi with a BS in Civil Engineering. Scott has provided expert advice and oversight for many of the Village of Mettawa Public Works infrastructure projects including roads and water lines as well as for commercial development projects. Scott has also served as the Village Engineer for the Village of Mettawa and is also the elected Highway Commissioner of Sheilds Township.
Yvonne Derrig Bruce is a graduate of NUIG, Ireland and worked in healthcare for many years before dedicating time to raise four children. She has successfully chaired the last four Women of Concern fundraisers for Concern Worldwide in Chicago. She sits on the Northwestern Hospital Womens Board, The Allendale Childrens Home Board and the advisory council at Tabor Academy in MA. She is currently a member of the Jr. Garden Club. Tennis and Paddle helps keep her sane over the long winter months.
Pete Jansons recently moved to Lake Forest to be closer to his wife Maureen’s family. Pete sees the Lake Forest community as welcoming, close-knit, and one that looks after its own. Pete would like to repay the goodwill he has received in Lake Forest by becoming a member of the Caucus Committee.
Pete is currently the owner of NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback, which helps people by using Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback services. Pete spent 20 years with CareerBuilder. He was on the NIU Sales Curriculum Board, plus the SIU Chicagoland alumni board. Pete received his BS at Southern Illinois University in Health Care Management and received his MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.
Monica Kreymer an Oklahoma transplant that has moved to Lake Forest to join her husband, who
is a lifelong Lake Forest resident. Monica is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center.
Monica works in the public sector as a prosecutor, focusing on consumer fraud. While in law school,
Monica also had the opportunity to work as a law clerk for the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on
Regulatory Affairs and Federal Management and the U.S. Senate Committee on the Environment
and Public Works.
Monica is conversationally fluent in Arabic, enjoys eating at the Lantern, running, cycling, kayaking
and spending time with her cats. During football season, she especially enjoys cheering on the
football team of her alma mater, the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
While I am a recent Lake Forest resident, I have come to love this community and my neighbors
and look forward to giving back in any way I can.
Rob Low grew up in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. In 2001, Rob, his wife and two children moved to Lake Forest. A Graduate of Southern Illinois University, Rob holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Management and is currently employed by United Air Lines. Rob says “It is a great honor to serve Lake Forest as a member of the Lake Forest Caucus Committee”.
Dr. Pamela Morrison has been living in Lake Forest for 27 years and has a private physical therapy practice. She has raised two children in Lake Forest who graduated Lake Forest High School. She is a member of the Lake Forest Recreation Center, the Lake Forest Health and Fitness, Dickinson Hall, and the Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Morrison earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master of Science degree from Northwestern University, and a Doctor of Health Science from Midwestern University. She is excited about the caucus process, eager to learn, and willing to share her knowledge in assisting Lake Forest residents participate in city life.
Steve Ratay moved to Lake Forest in the fall of 2018. My wife Emily and I were married in Chicago in 2007 and have two wonderful children: Ian, a second grader at Sheridan, and Annie, who is 4. I work as a software engineering director for accesso, a small technology company focused on the entertainment and hospitality industry. I am interested in joining the Lake Forest Caucus Committee to help the city continue to provide a great place to call home and learn more about how the city operates.