About Us...

Bonnie Brae is a beautiful, well establised neighborhood of 273 homes located in Greenville, South Carolina. Home to many young families as well as empty nesters, Bonnie Brae, located near the Donaldson Center and the Bonnie Brae Golf Course, is the perfect place to live.

Or at least it should be. The past few years has seen our neighborhood run by a dictatorship in both the board members and the management company. They have refused to accept the decisions when they have been voted out of office, and unfortunately we are now in a protracted court battle. Full details of the case documents are included on this website. Help us put an end to the HOA corruption.

GREENVILLE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

Do you live in a community managed by the defendant?

Have you been mistreated, intimidated or victimized by your manager, or your board?

Are you a board member or homeowner who is too scared to stand up to the bullying?

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Latest Court Filing Documents. Amended complaint including fraud allegations filed.

YOUR ELECTED BOARD MEMBERS (the plaintiffs)

President

Tom Wells

Vice President

Trish Crocker

Member at Large

Roman Kanach

Richard King

Treasurer

CASE NUMBER: 2016CP2306406

Nancy Gresham

Secretary

According to Judge Maddox's order the defendants have 30 days in which to comply with the discovery. This means they have to turn over copies of all association records.
Did you know?
The defendants in the case (the former board members) Jeff Dumpert, Tim Roach, Janine Wyman, Julie Hrobsky, Jason Resotka (no longer on the board or living in the neighborhood), and Donald Peake, along with Charlene Rice, (the PMIC and owner of HOA Community Management) are paying their legal fees from the Bonnie Brae Homeowner's Association bank account. To date they have paid over $30,000 of Bonnie Brae HOA's money to their lawyer Ryan Oates of McCabe, Trotter, and Beverly of Columbia.

 






Result: The plantiffs have amended the complaint with the name changes, the case which includes the fraud allegations against the defendants, will now continue. Defendants have 30 days in which to turn over copies of all  association records. Plaintiffs have  demanded a jury trial due to the fraud component of the case.