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  •  John Lynch, Jr., A66, Colorado Springs, CO, happily retired after 33 years of service to Academy School District #20.
  • Gail Spiegel, A75, Pueblo, CO, is happily retired from CU Boudler after many years teaching jewelry making classes. 
  • Jeff Broome, A75, Beulah, CO, was a college professor at a state college in metro Denver for 32 years. Now is retired. Jeff has written one philosophy book on Hume, and four books on the Cheyenne Indian war 1864-1869
  • Lawrence OBreza, A77, Lone Tree, CO, is happily retired.
  •  Alison Wells, A83, Roswell, GA, is serving in sales for the Lockstep Technology Group.
  • Fred Trujillo, A93, Rio Rancho, NM, after 29 years of serving as a teacher, coach, principal, and superintendent, is celebrating retirement.
  • Matthew Michael, A94, Fountain, CO, serves as a peer recovery coach at Serenity Recovery Connection.
  • Tracy Gutierrez, A94, Pueblo, CO, serves as the Community Development Specialist for Southern Colorado Economic Development District.
  • Joseph Lopez, A01, Pueblo, CO, celebrating 25 years of service for the Colorado Mental Health Institute Pueblo
  • Michael Trunkenbolz, A03, Arvada, CO, serves as a fire fighter for the local department.
  • Corrine Wilson, A03, Pueblo, CO, recently earned a certification as a life coach and is pursuing a health and wellbeing certification.
  • Chris Berumen, A04, Pueblo, CO, has worked for Clark Land Services, Inc. since 2008 and now serves as the Director of Operations.
  • Bryan Montoya, A04, Pueblo, CO, Is an environmental engineer with Sigma River, helping destroy mustard agent at Pueblo Chemical Depot.
  • Edmeston Woodly, A04, Orlando, FL, Serves as the Director- Sports Medicine with USF Athletics
  • Jessie Dovens, A05, Ashburn, VA, is a paralegal for Loudon County Government. She will be performing at the Kennedy Center and the National Archivesas a part of the National Memorial Day Choral Festival
  • Veronica Hughes, A05, New Lenox, IL, serves as the VP/CNO Behavioral Health Services at Advocate Health overseeing behavioral halth services for the midwest region.
  • Courtney Woodka, A05, Pueblo, CO, started a new position as an art teacher at Heaton Middle School.
  • Lisa Vigil, A06, San Antonio, TX, serves as the Research Program Manager for the University of Texas San Antonio.
  • Elayaraja Ponnuswamy, A07, San Jose, CA, serves as the Director of Operations for SAP SuccessFactors.
  • Katrina Wawryk, A07, Pueblo, CO, serves as a Senior Associate at BDO USA
  • Dr. Lana Brumfield, A08, Pueblo, CO, is a Nurse Reactionary at Open Arms Clinic in Pueblo, and has served as a professor of nursing at CSU Pueblo.
  • Lindsay Reeves, A11, Pueblo, CO, serves as the Legislative and Stakeholder Liaison Office of Community Living for the CO Dept. of Healthcare Policy and Financing.
  • Janessa Beatty, A12, Colorado Springs, CO, serves as the Assistant Principal at James Irwin and received the 2020 and 2021 Gazette Best of the Springs High School Educator Award.
  • Adrian Gomez, A12, Pueblo, CO, serves as the Financial Wellness Coordinator for the United Way of Pueblo County
  • Elisamarie Drouillard, A13, Pueblo, CO, has self-published two books and is working on publishing a third in 2024.
  • Lindsey Dunbar, A14, Pueblo, CO, serves as a psychotherapist at a New Leaf Therapy, and received the 2023 Distinguished Young Alumni Award for the college of CHEN.  
  • Shayla Reynolds, A14, Pueblo, CO, serves as a school counselor at Centennial High school and is a board member for hte Colorado School Counselor Association.
  • Kara Mason, A15, Denver, CO, serves as a content writer for the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
  • Jeremy Clark, A16, Pueblo, CO, is celebrating 7 years at Crossroads' Turning Points and is now th Director of IT.
  • Trysten Garcia, A16, Pueblo, CO, recently promoted to Public Information Officer for the Pueblo Dept. of Public Health and Environment.
  • Emily Monarch, A16, Glendale, AZ, serves as an Occupational Therapist with Banner Rehabilitation Hospital West. Since graduating, she has obtained her post-graduate degree in Occupational therapy from Midwestern University. She will soon be celebrating her 3rd year working for Banner Rehabilitation Hospital West
  • Angela Moore, A17, Houston, TX, serves as the People Operations Manager at Pariveda.
  • Candice Trujillo, A18 & A20,Pueblo, CO, is in her sixth year of teaching special education and is engaged to be married.
  • Megan Montoya, A18, Pueblo, CO, serves as a secretary for her family business Cedar Ridge Landscape and is teaching high school cheerleading.
  • Lacy Page, A18, Pueblo, CO, serves as the Technical Director for Good Morning Colorado with KRDO News Channel 13.
  • James Spencer, A19, Pueblo, CO, serves as a High School teacher for GOAL Academy.
  • Brittany Spencer, A19, Pueblo, CO, serves as a teacher for Pueblo School District #70.
  • Leanne Sanchez, A19, Pueblo, CO, is a graduate student intern at A New Leaf Therapy as she completes her Clinical Mental Health Counseling Masters.
    • Greg Wakefield, A20, Westminster, CO, recently promoted to Production Planning Manager at Charlotte's Web.
    • Megan Moore, A20, Pueblo, CO, is serving as the Director of the Pueblo Food Project
    • Kennedy Shriver, A21, Colorado Springs, CO, Is the Communications and Partnership Marketing Manager with USA Artistic Swimming. She was a former student athlete and communications graduate also previously served as the Director of Creative Services for two years within the University’s Athletic Department. 
    • Eunyoung Blandford, A22, Olympia, WA, serves as a Registered Nurse with Multicare
    • Jay Martinez, A23, Pueblo, CO, is serving as a Librarian/Musician for the Pueblo Symphony Orchestra
In Memoriam
  • Rachel Marquez, A21

  • Bobby Graham, A67

  • Larry Rogers, A72

  • James Roblek, A72

  • Keith King, A70

  • Robert Lee Smith Jr., A69, A70, A81

  • Elizabeth Velez, A88