Board Members

President, Term ends June 30, 2021

Marc and his family have vacationed in Summit County for more than 30 years, and owned property in Silverthorne for 20. Originally from Chicago area, Marc and his wife Joelle moved to the county permanently in 2008. Marc was active in numerous medical staff positions, including Chief of Staff, and has served on boards for Illinois County and State Medical Societies, the Illinois delegation to the AMA, the non-profit board for a retirement community, and others. After a 29-year career as a general internist and hospitalist in Illinois, Marc spent his last 10 working years as a hospitalist at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center. He and Joelle enjoy skiing, cycling and golfing in Summit County as well as traveling.

Vice President, Term ends June 30, 2021

Doug and his wife Janeen have owned property in Summit County since 2005, but only recently moved here full-time after their retirement in 2016. They previously lived in Aurora, where they raised their two children. Doug has an engineering degree from the University of Illinois and spent 36 years working for Xcel Energy. He has volunteered with several community organizations over the years, including Catholic Charities, the Rocky Mountain Optimist Club, the Aurora Leadership Program and the Boy Scouts of America. Some of his favorite activities as a Summit Senior include skiing, hiking, golfing and the Loosey Goosey club.

Past President, Term ends June 30th, 2021

Marty is originally from Littleton but has owned property in Frisco for more than 20 years. Her career primarily focused in telecommunications and healthcare consulting, although she and her husband had most recently owned a security company. She has held board positions with the Lupus Foundation of Colorado, CU EMBA Association and the SkiMeister organization. Her work with Summit Seniors includes projects at the Community Care Clinic and volunteering for the Winter Games and Holiday Home Tour.

Treasurer, Term ends June 30, 2022

Marty is originally from Littleton but has owned property in Frisco for more than 20 years. Her career primarily focused in telecommunications and healthcare consulting, although she and her husband had most recently owned a security company. She has held board positions with the Lupus Foundation of Colorado, CU EMBA Association and the SkiMeister organization. Her work with Summit Seniors includes projects at the Community Care Clinic and volunteering for the Winter Games and Holiday Home Tour.

Board Member, Term ends June 30, 2021

Joan is a transplanted Canadian who arrived in Denver in 1981.  She has owned a home in Summit County since 1984 and moved to Silverthorne full time in 2015.  Her professional background is in the energy industry as a petroleum engineer and geologist. She currently runs her own consulting business specializing in 3D geomodeling of oil and gas reservoirs.  Joan has been an active member of the Summit County Rotary Club since 2016 and serves on their Board as secretary.  She also serves on the Boards of SCSC Timberline Toppers Square Dance club and the annual 50+ Winter Games. 

When Joan is not working, she enjoys participating in all outdoor activities in including hiking, biking, downhill skiing and skate skiing.  Now that she lives in Summit County full time her focus is to give back to the community she loves through volunteerism.

Board Member, Term ends June 30, 2021

Chuck and his family have been coming to Summit County for over 25 years, and three years ago purchased property in Frisco and live here full time. Chuck worked as a science and computer science teacher, administrator and coach in Prince William County Public Schools located in Northern Virginia for 38 years. The last 10 years of his career he and his wife Sharon built a statewide program where students in grades 5-14 built over 15,000 computers for families and donated them for free. He and Sharon enjoy skiing, biking, hiking and motorcycles.

Board Member, Term ends June 30, 2022

Cathy was Contract Administrator with Oil and Gas firms for 40 years. Managing large trading floors for the daily purchase and sale of hydrocarbons.

Assuring compliance with all FERC rules and regulations. Expert witness when needed as an alternative to resolve disputes regarding oil and gas interest ownership.

Volunteerism with multiple organizations within Summit County such as Summit County Animal Shelter, Summit Foundation, Lake Dillon Theater, Keystone Neighborhood Company, Summit Senior Center as coordinator of the annual Senior Winter Games, HCA Lead, Keystone’s 50 Plus Ski with Us, Toastmasters with over 1500 hours during 2019.

Board Member, Term ends June 30, 2022

Having lived in Summit County for more than 20 years, Philip works in a full-time capacity as a local realtor.  Philip has volunteered in a variety of capacities, usually focusing on assisting nonprofits with their technology needs.  In that regard, he has served as co-director of the Evo3 Foundation and otherwise helped a number of nonprofits with their online presence, including Adopt an Angel, Advocates for Victims of Assault and Education Foundation of the Summit.  Philip first became involved with the Senior Center in 2018 as a volunteer, assisting members with their individual computer/device issues and facilitating tech seminars.

Board Member, Term ends June 30, 2022

Bill is originally from Omaha, but has been visiting Summit County for nearly 40 years. He was previously an executive in the energy industry but now enjoys his retirement playing bridge, golfing, skiing and walking. He currently lives in Silverthorne and has two children and five grandchildren living in Denver.