George and his wife Kathryn moved to Silverthorne in 2004 after George retired following his 32-year career as a Finance Executive at Ford Motor Company in Michigan. Today, they are fortunate their two daughters and their families also live in Colorado, one in Denver and one in Silverthorne.
Since arriving in Summit County, George has been an active participant with many non-profits and his local HOA, and has enjoyed utilizing his work experience in various board positions. Presently, George is President of the HOA (Eagles Nest Property Homeowners Association) and recently was Chairman of the Lower Blue Planning Commission. He has been a FOLBR board member since 2017.
George’s hobbies include lots of reading, a passion for all things in nature, particularly bird watching and hiking, and maintaining a strong interest in everything going on around him. He is a regular participant in “lego days” and nerf gun battles with his two young grandsons and loves lively dinners and playing cards. He and Kathryn are sure they are “living the dream” in Summit County.
George and Kathryn consider the Blue River and the Lower Blue Valley to be environmental treasures and believe all Summit County property owners and visitors should be encouraged to get involved in their preservation and protection. FOLBR will be a catalyst in achieving this goal.