Management & Development Team

David O'NeilDavid O’Neil, CEO / Founder: David is CEO and founder of Brynn Grey and oversees visioning, entitlements and financing. David founded the company in 1994 and has been developing traditional neighborhoods in Summit County since 1999. Most recently, he is the developer of the Whole Foods Market planned for Frisco, Colorado. David is also member of the Colorado Bar and has practiced land use and real estate law. As General Counsel for a national real estate investment, development and management firm, David has been involved in real estate development in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland and Tennessee; projects including residential development, manufactured housing and marina acquisition / permitting. David was founder of Peak One Neighborhood, LLC, Wellington Neighborhood, LLC and Traditional Neighborhood Builders, Inc. in Summit County, Colorado.  Previously, David was a partner in Eighth & Pearl, LLC, Developer of the Eighth & Pearl Shops and Residences in Boulder. Awards include: EPA National Award for Smart Growth Achievement; Metropolitan Homes Design 100; Sunset Magazine Merit Award; and, Congress of New Urbanism Charter Award. A Denver Post editorial declared one of his projects, “a model for the entire state”. David has been involved in several public and private partnerships. He attended the University of Denver (Bachelor of Arts; Juris Doctor) and the University of Colorado (Masters of Public Administration). David served as a Juror, French Gulch Studio, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, 2006. He has also spoken on housing and public/private partnerships at numerous conferences, including Conservation Based Affordable Housing, American Planning Association National Convention, San Antonio, 2006; Land Conservation and Affordable Housing, Green Build International Conference and Expo, Chicago, 2007; and National Continuing Legal Education Conference, Snowmass, 2012.   David and his wife Ann have a 20 year old daughter and 19 year old son who both attend the University of Virginia. They reside in Boulder and own a home in the Wellington Neighborhood.  – See more at

Dan McCrereyDan McCrerey, Vice President Construction and Development: Dan is Vice President of Brynn Grey and is responsible for all development activities and construction. Dan has worked with Brynn Grey since 1999. In addition, Dan serves as President of Traditional Neighborhood Builders, Inc. and has over 22 years Summit County / high altitude construction experience, positions including: carpenter, superintendent, estimator, and construction manager. His most recent project is managing the construction of 280 homes in the Wellington Neighborhood, Breckenridge, Colorado. As neighborhood project manager during the last ten years, he has overseen 18 primary subcontractors with over 100 employees and instituted a web based project management intranet to facilitate project coordination and customer warranty claims. Previously, as a Real Estate Developer and General Contractor, Mr. McCrerey has built entry level housing for sale and rent, his most recent projects being construction of the Summit County Housing Authority’s Ophir Mountain Townhouses, 18 units, and Glen Cove at Lake Dillon homes, 37 units. Additional Summit County projects where Mr. McCrerey designed, developed or project managed, include: Westview at Willow Grove, Silverthorne (subdivision); Creekside Estates, Frisco (subdivision); Grey Fox, Summit Cove (subdivision); Royal Alpine Rental Housing, Frisco (design / build); and Willow Grove (subdivision). Mr. McCrerey is a pioneer in the area of shallow frost protected foundation systems and in this regard was a speaker at the National Association of Home Builders convention, Houston, 1995. Mr. McCrerey has completed NAHB Graduate Master Builder classes in scheduling, estimating, project management and building codes. Mr. McCrerey graduated from Punahou School, Honolulu 1972, obtained an occupational certificate in Ski Area Technology from Colorado Mountain College 1973 and graduated from Western State College BS Business Administration 1978. Mr. McCrerey and his wife Roberta have 14 year old daughter and an 18 year old son. They have lived in Frisco, Colorado for over twenty years. – See more at

Courtney KenadyCourtney Kenady, Sales and Operations Manager:  Courtney is Manager of Poplar Wellington, LLC, Wellington Neighborhood and Lincoln Park at the Wellington Neighborhood. She has worked with Brynn Grey since 1999.  She is responsible for coordinating various relationships between Poplar Wellington, LLC, potential buyers, local governments, the Summit County Real Estate Community, media groups, and Traditional Neighborhood Builders. In addition, Ms. Kenady oversees onsite sales & marketing including scheduled improvements, signage, events and print materials as well as assists residential buyers through the sales process. She is responsible for the evolution and execution of the website, social media, contact requests, marketing materials, and various print & radio advertising. In 1991, Ms. Kenady graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelors of Science in Journalism then moved to Summit County in 1992. After working various positions in the County, Ms. Kenady graduated with her Colorado Real Estate Broker Associates License in 1997. Ms. Kenady has two daughters ages 20 and 14. – See more at


Carol MarchCarol March, Director of Finance: Carol March is Director of Finance and oversees all the Brynn Grey company’s finances, accounting and banking relationships. Carol has worked with Brynn Grey since June, 2000. A Certified Public Accountant specializing in small business, Carol has been intricately involved in the Boulder business environment since 1974 when she and her husband, Tim, bought a printing company that was an offshoot from the Boulder Daily Camera. They re-named it and ran March Press, a high-end commercial printing company, from 1974 – 1994 at which point they sold their interest to their partners. Carol then returned to CU, earning her accounting degree along with a master’s in taxation. She specializes in small business accounting as well as individual and small business taxation. Carol and her husband have lived in Boulder for 45 years and have 3 adult children, ages 31, 26 & 23. – See more at


Kate ClementKate Clement, Director of Marketing and Operations: Kate oversees marketing and operations for the Peak One and the Whole Foods Frisco / Basecamp project. She has been with Brynn Grey since 2011.  Kate is responsible for coordinating construction schedules, financing, the sales / leasing process, agency liaison, and broker relations. In addition, Kate oversees on-site sales & marketing including schedules, improvements, signage, and print materials as well as assists residential buyers through the sales process. She is responsible for the evolution and execution of the company’s websites, contact requests, marketing materials, and various print, video and social media. In 2000, Kate graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, then moved to Colorado a few months later. After obtaining her Real Estate Brokers License in 2002, Mrs. Clement began building her real estate career and passion with Markel Homes Construction Company in Boulder. In 2011, Mrs. Clement was recruited to become a part of the Brynn Grey team and relocated to Summit County. Mrs. Clement is an avid mountain biker & skier, and spends her free time exploring the mountains with her husband & her two boys, Michael and Nicolas. – See more at

Alicia Donovan
Project Manager, Brynn Grey Partners, Ltd.


Master Planners & Architects

Tom LyonTom Lyon, Co-Founder Wolff-Lyon Architects: Tom Lyon is Principal and founder of Wolff Lyon Architects. Originally founded in the early 1980’s, the firm has evolved from the original design-build firm to a full-service architectural, urban design and development consulting firm based in Boulder, Colorado. Wolff Lyon’s projects include: Eighth and Pearl, a mixed-use retail/office and residential project in downtown Boulder; numerous affordable housing neighborhoods including the Wellington Neighborhood and Peak One Neighborhood in Summit County; the Poplar Community and Northern Lights at the Holiday Neighborhood in Boulder; and the Sachem Community at Dartmouth College.Tom has had a long term involvement with the redevelopment of Stapleton Airport. This began with the creation of the Stapleton Design book and continues today with his membership on the Design Review Committee. The firm has been recognized with many awards including: Congress of New Urbanism Charter Award; EPA National Award for Smart Growth Achievement; National Assoc. of Home Builders 2008 Green Development Project of the Year Award for Single Family; NAHRO 2002 Award of Excellence; ULI Award of Excellence 2007; 2005 AIA/HUD Secretary’s Award for mixed-use/mixed-income Development.

Ronnie Pelusio, Principle at Pel-ona, AIA, LEED AP. is a licensed Architect with a diverse, well-rounded and detail oriented palette of skills. He has helped to manage and lead teams through all phases of the design and construction processes from master plan to building design to construction management. He oversees the production of drawings in-house, coordinates these drawings with the various consultants and carries out the duties of construction administration. Ronnie is capable of sketching an idea by hand, creating construction documents and animating 3-D computer models (click here to see selected models).  Before he formed PEL•ONA Architects & Urbanists with Korkut in 2010 he worked at Wolff-Lyon Architects ( as a senior associate from 2003 to 2010.  Exemplary projects he managed include the Phase II cottages of the Wellington Neighborhood (160 units), the mixed-use award winning buildings at Mason Street North (20 residential units – 16,500 SF office), and Dartmouth College’s Rivercrest community (260 units) (click here for more information about these projects).  Ronnie is a LEED accredited professional. He received his bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies with a focus in Communications from Ithaca College. He initiated a hydrology research project in Botswana and has worked for the U.S.G.S. as a biologist in the deserts of the Southwest. He received his Masters in Architecture from Syracuse University and studied abroad in the architecturally and culturally rich country of Italy.

Melissa SherburnMelissa Sherburne, Director of Acquisitions: Melissa is a land planner with Brynn Grey and responsible for a variety of facets of long-range planning, business development and community relations. She has worked as a planning consultant, specializing in mountain communities, for the last decade. Her work in places like Steamboat Springs, Aspen, Ridgway, Gypsum and Nederland has been recognized by the Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association through numerous awards for sustainability, innovation, and collaborative partnerships. With a love for the mountains and outdoors, Melissa moved to Boulder from Virginia in 1997 to attend the University of Colorado. She left Colorado briefly to attend graduate school at Duke University, where she received a Masters of Environmental Management. Before joining Brynn Grey in 2014, Melissa worked for EDAW/AECOM in Fort Collins and SE Group in Frisco. Melissa lives in Frisco with her husband and two young children. – See more at