Kimberly is honored to serve as Vice President of the MLA and is excited to give back to the Mirror Lake Community for many years to come. A relative newcomer to the area, Kimberly and family purchased their 1906 log cabin retreat on White Birch Drive in January 2017. The Flood family lives in Waukesha and is grateful to be able to spend most weekends on Mirror lake, enjoying the natural beauty of this special place. Kimberly spends her days as a transformational coach and organization development consultant, as well as a mom of three and an adventure seeker. She is passionate about effecting change within purpose driven individuals, teams and organizations. Kimberly brings two decades of experience in change management, organizational effectiveness, and talent management, largely with Fortune 500 clients. She is excited to bring her passions and experience to support the MLA in protecting the future of Mirror Lake, so future generations will be able to enjoy this special place!
Waldo Peterson’s family has been a fxiture on Mirror Lake since 1922. In 1986 after leading an effort to oppose a marina being built on the lake, Waldo helped found the Mirror Lake Association serving as Vice President until 1992 when he moved into the role of President. When the Mirror Lake Management District was formed in 2006 his fellow district property owners elected Waldo to the commissioner position. He has worked tirelessly in the effort to improve Mirror Lake and surrounding water bodies. Forming partnerships with Lake Delton, Mirror Lake State Park and the DNR on projects that have brought multi-million dollars in grant funding to the Mirror Lake area.
Married to Inger Härenstam Clemens, born and raised in Sweden. They have 6 children and 9 grandchildren.
Dave is a dentist, working at Dells Dental in the Dells with his oldest daughter and her husband. He grew up in Lexington, IL, attended Illinois Wesleyan University and University of Illinois College of Dentistry. He worked as a commissioned officer in the US Public Health Service for 20 years, including Alaska, Mississippi, Montana and elsewhere.
They moved to the Dells in 1990, buying Pickerel Slough Resort in 2002. They built a new home while renting the old cabins and house on the property. They sectioned the property and sold the bar to Mike and Jen Conlon. Their house is just north of Pickerel Slough, on the bluff that used to be a campground.
They both enjoy nature, including cross country skiing, kayaking, hiking and biking. Inger taught and continues to play cello. You might see them out on the lake on their pontoon, kayaking or hiking.
After completing his residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Cook County Hospital in 1987, Erich Herbst and his wife, Jean, moved to Baraboo to join Albert Petrulis in his practice. Erich was appointed to the staffs of 5 area hospitals and enjoyed serving the dental and medical community until his retirement in 2020. Albert’s love for Mirror Lake was contagious and the Herbsts bought their cottage on Mirror Lake in 1999. It has been a fabulous retreat for Erich and Jean and their two sons, Christopher and Michael. Their sons, who both live out of state, love to visit Mirror Lake and relive wonderful childhood memories. Some may recall when they paddled the lake in their 16’ green kayak “The Mirror Lake Monster”. Erich and Jean made their Mirror Lake cottage their year round home in 2019. Erich and Jean have met many great people over the years on Mirror Lake and feel blessed to be able to live at such an idyllic location. Erich is interested in maintaining/improving water quality on Mirror Lake and creating better land management practices of adjacent areas.