A family portrait with George and Debbie and their two sons, John, left and David, right.
BY BOB SWEENEY
George Lantz is announcing his candidacy for mayor of Greenwood Village in the upcoming November election. He is the present Mayor Pro-Tem of Greenwood Village. He and his wife Debbie have resided in Huntington Acres for the past 30 years.
Current Greenwood Mayor Ron Rakowsky is term limited from seeking another term as city mayor and will retire from office.
Lantz has a long record of service to Greenwood Village and is presently serving his second term on the city council. He has served on the board of adjustment and appeals for 12 years as chair and vice-chairman.
He was a member of the planning and zoning commission for eight years and chair for three years.
Lantz has been an active member of his Huntington Acres Homeowners Association for 23 years and has served as president for 20 years.
A graduate of the University of Wyoming, he participated on the Cowboy wrestling team. He obtained a BS in Civil Engineering and an MS in Industrial Management from the University of Wyoming.
He has had a successful professional life as president of Iofina, an exploration and production company. A founding partner with Voyant Technologies, a telecommunications company that developed audio conferencing that grew to a world-wide market share leader.
The Lantz sons, John and David, both attended Cherry Creek High School and John has graduated from Vanderbilt University and David graduating from Wake Forest University.
Most recently, Lantz was president of Glenmoor Country Club.
When not participating in community service he likes to fly fish, golf, and travel.
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