Albert Still


Albert Still has been active in the Tucker community for over forty years. Albert met his wife Mary Forster Still in the school of physics at Georgia Tech, and they stayed in the Atlanta area after college. They moved to Tucker in 1976, and he was invited to join the Tucker Optimist Club in 1977. Albert worked with NAPA Auto Parts in computer-related roles, retiring after 36 years. He spends his retirement in community service with the Tucker Optimist Club, the Tucker High School Foundation, and Tucker Civic Association. He also maintains several web sites.


Frank Luton

Vice President

Frank Luton has served on the board of directors of the TCA for over 2 years. He also presently serves as a member of the City of Tucker’s Community Council. Frank and his wife Barbara have lived in Tucker for over 40 years. Frank has served his community as president of the Stone Mountain Historic Society, a Volunteer-in-Patrol for DeKalb County Police, and a long-time member, including president of his Rotary club.

Frank has had an active business career – 25 years with Southern Bell and BellSouth, including president of 2 of BellSouth’s unregulated subsidiaries. After his retirement from BellSouth in 1995, Frank and his partner friends formed 2 enterprise companies. During this phase of his life Frank and his associates spent time in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Africa, guiding companies and organizations in problem solving and strategic planning, while utilizing unique team building processes, i.e., rock climbing, etc.

Frank is presently an employee of Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC) and a volunteer with the Atlanta History Center and the University of Georgia Athletic Department.


Mary Still


Mary Still and her husband Albert moved to Tucker in 1976. They became involved with community service in the Tucker area shortly thereafter, first with the Tucker Optimist Club. Later, as their children grew older, they became involved in Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, sports teams, schools, and church. Mary has been involved with Tucker Civic Association for several years, volunteering in different capacities. Mary is now retired, but is busier than ever with her volunteer responsibilities!


Malisa Anderson-Strait



District Representatives

Tucker Civic Map

TCA members also elect four district representatives. District Representative must live within the district that they represent. They seek out concerns of members in their districts and present those concerns to the Board. They are responsible for promoting the purposes and objectives of the TCA, and work closely with the Membership Committee to recruit and retain active association members.


Frank Luton

District 1


Josh Wallace

District 2


Vicki Warren

District 3


Mimi Sanders

District 4



December 18, 2019
  • Monthly CAN Potluck Dinner at Mason Mill Park

    December 18, 2019  6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    Mack Love Building, 1340 McConnell Drive at Mason Mill Park, Upper-Level Entrance

    The Civic Association Network (CAN), is a loose coalition of civic associations, homeowners associations and other similar organizations devoted to the residents and voters of DeKalb County, Georgia, USA. CAN serves as a communications vehicle for sharing knowledge and a resource for working together on shared issues.

    Where:   DeKalb County, Georgia, USA

    Who:       A NON-PARTISAN network of DeKalb neighborhood leaders. Current and past officers of Dekalb's Civic, Neighborhood and Resident Associations and those who lead civic-related groups in neighborhoods without such associations.

    What:    A forum for the purpose of sharing information related to topics important to the citizens of DeKalb County

    On Dec 18, 2019, Monthly Potluck Dinner @ 6:30. Mack Love building at Mason Mill Park

    In December,  folks from the county election office will be demonstrating the new voting machines.

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