After Comer: New leaders, new audits for Glenmore
In the wake of the disappearance of Glenmore Country Club president Michael Comer, a review of all financial accounts will commence "immediately." Meanwhile brother-in-law and Real Estate III chair Jeff Gaffney (who served as the public face of the family when Comer disappeared) has joined longtime developer Steve Runkle to manage the associated development businesses.
Already, Comer had been relieved of his duties by the Glenmore homeowner association. The new information comes in a July 7 letter from Gaffney to Glenmore residents and club members and notes that club executive director Glenn Crossman will manage the club's day to day operation.
Without mentioning Comer–- who disappeared prior to a July 1 financial audit meeting–- the letter also notes that the Kessler family, Gaffney's in-laws, is "extremely saddened by the recent situation."
According to Nelson County sheriff David Brooks, no new leads have been found in the case, but authorities had previously searched Wintergreen Resort, where Comer's vehicle was left.
Phone messages left with Gaffney, Crossman, and with Comer's wife, Kandi, were not returned.