50th Reunion: October 8–10, 2010!
Ed Boychuk was inducted into the Regina Sports Hall of Fame in October. He was previously presented with Life Memberships in the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association, the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League, and the Royal Regina Golf Club. Ed also received the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association Merit Award for his involvement as refereeinchief and president of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association. Ed says the four years he spent at CC prepared him for a fruitful business life, and the education and leadership of the CC staff helped him in his sports endeavors.
2020 Julian Way
Denver, Colo. 80211
The Pikes Peak Range Riders presented their coveted Silver Spur Award to Robert G. Baker this year. Bob headed Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs for 17 years, adding programs and increasing the annual revenue from $5 million to $29 million. The Range Riders, a group of business and civic leaders created to promote the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo, honored Bob for his achievements, along with his “commitment to human services, entrepreneurial style, and unparalleled generosity to the Pikes Peak region.” Bob retired from Goodwill in 2008. Before that, he worked in the banking industry and was president of Colorado Springs National Bank.
Susan Fertig-Dykes received her master’s degree in public administration in February and completed her residency in June. She developed a thesis based on her years of work in international development. Susan has served in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Agriculture, and the Agency for International Development. She is currently serving as chief of the democracy and governance division in the bureau for Europe and Eurasia at USAID. Susan’s son, Dirk, graduated from CC in 1990.
Doug Hearn was been named regional president of Williams, Roberts, Young, Inc., in North Carolina. His previous position was regional president, Career Transition Services. After graduating from CC, Doug earned his master’s degree in public administration from the University of Wisconsin, a master’s degree in business administration from Wake Forest University, and executive coaching credentialing from Duke University.
Jan Metcalfe Mahony
1730 Wood Avenue
Colorado Springs, Colo. 80907-7355
William D. “Bro” Adams was elected to the Unitil Corporation’s board of directors. His term expires in 2012. Bro is the president of Colby College, a liberal arts college in Waterville, Maine. He also served as the president of Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa. He serves on the board of directors at Wittenberg University, Maine General Health, and Maine Public Broadcasting Corp. Unitil is a public utility holding company with subsidiaries providing electric and gas distribution service in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, a gas distribution service in Maine, and energy services throughout the Northeast.
Doug Brown and Gillian Royes ’69 were featured in an article in the Colorado Springs Independent in April that looked back at the October 1967 Homecoming dance featuring The Doors. Doug headed the Blue Key and secured the contract with the band. Gillian was Homecoming queen that year.
Gregory James Smith received his master’s degree in humanities from the University of Colorado Denver on May 16. Greg is now looking at doctoral programs in bioethics.
JeffBauer, one of the foremost lecturers on the future of health care in America, presented “Health Reform is Dead; Long Live Health Reform!” on campus in September. He has written more than 160 publications on health care delivery and frequently speaks to national audiences about trends in health care, medical science, technology, reimbursement, information systems, public policy, and creative problem solving.