Sundy Whiteside Death: St. Louis MO, SLACO Board President has died

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Sundy Whiteside Death – Sundy Whiteside, a resident of St. Louis, Missouri, and the Board President of the St. Louis Association of Community Organizations (SLACO) has sadly passed away. She was announced dead through a publication on SLACO Facebook group that read “It is with complete humility and sadness that I announce the loss of our Board President, Sundy Whiteside. Peace and Strength to her family and friends.”

Who was Sundy Whiteside?

Sundy Whiteside was the St. Louis Association of Community Organizations’ (SLACO) board president. She was a co-founder of the St. Louis Vacancy Collaborative and currently serves as co-chair of the group’s vacancy advisory committee. Missouri University of Science & Technology awarded her a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. She graduated from Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School and is a native of St. Louis.

She had positions as a Factory Information Systems Engineer at Daimler Chrysler and a Project Engineer at MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. She has been a Site and Technology Coordinator for the St. Louis County and City Community Action Agencies. In addition, Sundy held a Missouri real estate license and ran two companies: Equitable Development Strategies (EDS), a consulting firm, and Homeownership for All, a company.

About Sundy Whiteside

For example, Sundy was appointed by Mayor Francis Slay to serve as a Tax Increment Financing Commissioner for the City of St. Louis from 2000 to 2014. She has also been involved in the community and holds professional affiliations with the National Society of Black Engineers, Girl Scout Council of Greater St. Louis Board (Technology Committee), National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

She received the 2019 Community Planning Champion Award from the American Planning Association’s St. Louis Metro Section in recognition of her significant contributions to the neighborhood. She was honored with accolades from the City of St. Louis in 2008 for excellent service and unwavering dedication to the Tax Increment Financing Commission, as well as in 2016 from the Neighborhood Stabilization Team for her honorable commitment to community service.


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