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2021 Board of directors
Who We Are
William “Tim” Boddington is a native of Colorado Springs. He grew up in the Old North End, attended Fountain Valley School (for Boys) and Colorado College. He retired from Boddington Lumber Co. and now enjoys his retirement.
Ann grew up in St. Louis, Mo and has lived in Colorado Springs since the 1970s. After her retirement as a high school math teacher, she has been involved in several organizations and nonprofits. While she was president of the board, the Friends of Monument Valley Park began its Historic Stonework Project, which continues today.
Gary is a proud Colorado Spring Native and works as real estate Broker. He enjoys collecting Van Briggle pottery and hiking the hills around El Paso County
Justin came to Colorado Springs from Atlanta, Georgia, where he earned a Masters degree in Historic Preservation from Georgia State University. He served as Chair of the Colorado Springs Historic Preservation Board. Justin joined the HPA Board due to his passion for historic preservation and desire to support an organization who shares that passion.
Who We Are
HPA Board Members
Charise lives in the Patty Jewett historic neighborhood in downtown Colorado Springs and graduated from UCCS with a Master’s Degree in History. She is an architectural historian and owns The Preservation Studio Inc. a preservation consulting firm offering services to clients across the State of Colorado."
Patricia Doyle, born and reared in St. Louis, has lived in several other cities, including Buschlag, Deutschland. A retired educator, she lives in the Old North End, where she has been a preservation activist for many years.
Roxanne has held leadership positions with national, state, regional and local organizations and boards, and has been honored for her advocacy work in historic preservation and downtown revitalization. Her private and public sector experience includes positions as Executive Director for three statewide organizations, plus consultant, public speaker, cultural tourism manager, grants reviewer, and trainer for the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions. Roxanne traces her family for over a century to Manitou Springs. She is a published author and poet, and holds a B.A.in Public Administration, an M.A. in Urban Planning/Historic Preservation and a Certificate in International Tourism Management.
Tamara Estes was born in Colorado Springs and grew up in Fountain, Colorado. After a career in the Blood Bank Laboratory at Mayo Clinic, she returned home to be closer to family. Tamara’s family ancestors were early pioneers of Colorado. She currently serves on the Fountain City Council.
John is a Colorado Springs native; his family has been here since the 1890s. He chaired HPA’s committee that published Historic Homes of Colorado Springs and Vicinity. He co-authored books on streetcar histories for Colorado Springs, Tucson, AZ and Pueblo, CO. A Colorado College graduate, John also holds an MS degree in urban planning from the University of Arizona. He founded and is a board member of the Pikes Peak Trolley Museum & Restoration Shop, volunteers at Visit COS, and retired from a career in commercial property management. He enjoys public speaking, traveling, hiking, Nordic skiing, and being with his wife, two daughters and four grandchildren.
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I grew up in Littleton CO and have spent much of my life along the Front Range preserving and interpreting cultural resources in both non-profit and for-profit organizations. My true passion is education. I also love to get outdoors and this ride was near Ghost Ranch in NM. I went to school in Boulder and had a great experience learning from some fantastic scholars like David Carrasco and Manning Marable. After a fulfilling career in small business management, I worked in Cultural Resource Management as an archeologist on projects in Central America, Alaska, the Four Corners, New England and New York. It is great to be back in Colorado and close to family.
Carol Montgomery is from Chicago, Illinois and was an educator until her retirement. She and her husband, Jim, have lived in Colorado Springs since 2001 and are involved in the community serving as board members and as active participants in many organizations.
Perrin Cunningham has lived in Colorado Springs for 30 years. She was the Founding Director and Curator of the Heller Center for Arts & Humanities at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, overseeing the award-winning historic restoration of the Heller estate, just north of the main campus. During her 20 years at UCCS, she taught philosophy, art history, museum studies, and humanities. In addition to her background in higher education, she has a wide-reaching professional skill-set including project management, fundraising, grant writing, volunteer recruitment and oversight, budgeting, arts management, and political field organizing. Perrin lives in the Patty Jewett neighborhood.
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