Westmont Park District • 75 E. Richmond St. • Westmont, IL 60559 • 630.963.5252 •  westmontparks.org

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On Tuesday, January 9, Sue Zapinski was sworn in as the newest member of  Westmont Park District’s Board of Commissioners.  Sue was appointed by the Park Board to replace 37 year member of the Board, Commissioner Sandra Smith.  Sadly, Sandra Smith resigned from the Board on December 13 and passed away on December 14. 

We welcome Sue to the Westmont Park District. 

It is with great sadness that the Westmont Park District notifies our community that we have lost two members of the Board of Commissioners.  On Thursday, December 14th Commissioner Sandra Smith, a 36 year member, passed away.  Then on Sunday, December 17th, Board President, Commissioner Diane Main, lost her three year battle with pancreatic cancer.

Respectfully,  Robert Fleck, Executive Director

Diane was a member of the Board of Commissioner for 38 years and 2014 Chairman of the Illinois Association of Park District Board of Trustees.  She leaves an amazing legacy that was commemorated with the naming of Diane Main Park on July 4, 2017.  She believed in the purpose and benefits of the parks and recreation programs.  She was truly an advocate for the Westmont Park District, its staff and the entire Westmont Village Community.  Diane was the epitome of faith, spirit, and grace during her battle with cancer.   Our hearts and prayers are with her husband Bob and the entire Main family.  We consider ourselves richer for having been the benefactor of her contributions.

Sandra Smith served Westmont as Secretary of the Park District Board of Commissioners for over three decades.  She was a champion for the parks and women’s issues.   As she sadly tenured her resignation earlier this month, the Board expressed their intention of renaming Twin Lake Woods to Smith Woods in her honor.    She glowed with pride and acknowledgement of her years of service with people who had become a second family to her.   She was our friend and advocate, she will be missed.




The much anticipated construction of the Westmont Park District’s newest neighborhood park, Robert Bernas Park, is slated to begin later this summer.  Funded in part with a grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Bernas Park on South Wilmette Street will be the District’s largest neighborhood park at 6.78 acres.  Passive recreation, habitat and open space are the driving forces behind the design of this latest addition to the great open spaces in Westmont.  An open picnic shelter, playground, restroom facility, permeable paver parking lot, walking path, fishing pier, boardwalk and wetland restoration will be some of the features found at this beautiful park.  Construction is expected to be complete in September of 2018.  We look forward to seeing you in our parks.


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