During the annual meeting of the Western Stock Show Association (WSSA), the trustees elected Nancy Tuor to the board of directors and Members of the Association elected 10 new Trustees to serve the Association.
Nancy Tuor worked for more than 40 years in the environmental and engineering industries, including more than 32 years with CH2M. She came to Colorado in 1995 as part of the executive team hired to conduct the accelerated cleanup and closure of the Rocky Flats Plutonium Production Plant south of Boulder. She committed 10 years to that project with her final assignments as COO and CEO. Additional responsibilities with CH2M included Vice Chair of the Board; President of the Federal Client Group, which managed about 1.7 billion in annual revenue; and program manager for the development of Masdar, a sustainable new town Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She currently serves on the board of directors of Keller plc, London; Terracon, Kansas City; and IMA, Denver. She is Vice Chair of the Board of Governors of Colorado State University. Nancy has competed in equestrian activities throughout the West and Midwest in the Hunter Jumper discipline, including at the National Western Stock Show. She served as co-chair of the equestrian group for the National Western future planning team and currently chairs the WSSA Nominating Committee. Tuor has been a member of the WSSA since 2013.
The officers on the Board of the WSSA included chairman of the board, Pat Grant, and vice chairman of the board, Doug Jones. Sue Anschutz-Rodgers serves as first vice president, George G. “Buck” Hutchison as second vice president, Mark Gustafson as secretary and Terrance Carroll as treasurer. Pete Coors continues as chairman of the capital campaign, which is raising funds to be donated by the association to the National Western Center for completion of the project as well as the new home of the WSSA known as the Legacy Building. Members of the board of directors include Justin Cumming, Don Elliman, Brooke Fox, Dr. Tony Frank, Guy McEndaffer, Barth Whitham, Ron Williams and president and CEO Paul Andrews.
The members of the association also elected 10 new trustees that will serve terms from May 2018 through May 2021, elected are Rob Alexander, Erik Glenn, Mark Honnen, Bronwyn Pepple, Hugh Rice, Kent Stevinson, Don Thorn and Kelly Tisher.
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