* Name: Roger Boyles * Organization: United Restaurant Supply Inc. * Position: President * Hometown: Colorado Springs * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: My family moved to Colorado Springs from Denver in 1965. I am a rare third generation native of Colorado. * Education: Wasson High School (1971) Westmont College BA (1975) […]
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Cindy Fowler has blazed her share of trails, wearing multiple hats. The first she wears is one of a business developer for office furnishing and design company, OfficeScapes. For the past 11 years, she has built winning customer relationships with those from the private sector as well as from education and government services. The second […]
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Blake Milteer is the executive director and chief curator of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center’s museum. The Norfolk, Va., native met his wife Sarah, “an amazing painter” who works in the writing center at Colorado College, at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Milteer was a student and Sarah was on an exchange program […]
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Michael Thomas is the new superintendent for Colorado Springs School District 11. The job has brought him all the way  from Minnesota to the Front Range, but the road is longer than that. It stretches back 27 years — and it starts with a boy named Reggie. When they met, Thomas was a pre-veterinary medicine […]
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Beth Roalstad is training for her second sprint-triathlon — but running the Women’s Resource Agency and chasing two daughters doesn’t qualify as part of her regimen.<br> Growing up during the Cold War with a fighter-pilot for a father, she was aware of politics and current affairs at an early age. She received the LBJ internship and worked on Capitol Hill right after graduating from college.<br> Roalstad recently took time to tell CSBJ about herself and her organization.<br>
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After growing up in Niagara Falls, N.Y., and living 15 years in Trumbull, Conn., John Tighe (pronounced “tie”) moved to Colorado Springs with his wife Shari in 1997. Being fond of golf and skiing and having traveled all over the world (London is one of his favorite spots), he knew Colorado would be the right […]
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Jay Anderson has a message for residents of Colorado Springs: Get involved, learn more about the government and weigh in on the issues facing city leadership. He’s the citizen engagement specialist for the city of Colorado Springs, a new position that is designed to use technology to create a more transparent government with a more […]
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Born into a perpetually curious family, Kim Hanson was the subject of her dad’s cognitive experiments, even at a very young age. Her father, Dr. Ken Gibson, was a pediatric optometrist who, to fill time between patients, started training the brains of children. The methods he developed eventually evolved into the Colorado Springs-based franchise, LearningRx. […]
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This September, Colorado Springs was introduced to a new real estate firm, Live Dream Colorado, which was opened by 36-year-old Realtor Lauren Collier and Realtor Rob Hoben.
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Dr. James Young has been an advocate and principal investigator for clinical research trials throughout his professional career. After 21 years at an oncology center in Tulsa, he moved to Penrose-St. Francis Health Center to be closer to the mountains, and to start a second-career.
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Travis Easton, the city’s new public works director, brings with him some uncommon public service experience. Easton served as the mayor of Monument from 2009 until earlier this year. In addition, he has been a senior vice president of civil engineering with Nolte Vertical Five in the Pikes Peak region. He’ll transition at the end […]
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Murray Ross founded TheatreWorks, UCCS’ innovative university/community theater project, in 1976. And in the nearly four decades since, he’s never been idle. Not only did he create a successful program, he has taught classes and directed, adapted and created more than 100 works for the stage. His original stage plays include “Monkey Business,” “The Last Night […]
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