We are located within the Summit County Senior and Community Center in Frisco, Colorado.
Here are views of our common area, patio, and quiet room.
Board President, CEO of Mount Evans Home Health Care.
Board Vice President, Runs a scientific consulting business that assists scientists in the preparation of research grants and papers. Woody is excited to be able to work with Timberline on its important mission to enrich the lives of individuals with cognitive, emotional or physical challenges.
Treasurer, CPA and Finance Director for the Town of Frisco, as well as a certified professional finance officer. Prior to that she served as Finance Director for the City of Alamosa. While in Alamosa, Bonnie served on the boards of the Rotary Club, Hospice, and Boys and Girls Club.
Board Secretary, Nancy has resided in Summit County for more than 43 years. She obtained her undergraduate degree in exercise physiology from CU Boulder and her graduate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Nancy has worked as a physical therapist in private practice specializing in infants and children with developmental delays and disabilities. In June of 2020 she retired from her physical therapy practice and is now enjoying traveling, skiing, hiking and horseback riding as well as other outdoor activities.
Board Member, General Contractor, attorney and realtor, as well as a board member with Summit in Honduras and a trustee at Christ Lutheran Church in Breckenridge. He has lived in Summit County for 25 years.
Board Member, Dillon Community Church Jude has been serving Dillon Community Church for sixteen years. She cares deeply for the Summit County community and the mission of Timberline Adult Day Program.
Board Member, Retired Public Nurse.
Board Member, Family Medicine Physician at High Country Healthcare.
Board Member, Counselor with Building Hope Summit County and Adjunct Professor at Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Stacy provides licensed counseling services to adolescents, adults and families in Summit County. She treats many different mental health issues through a person centered, family focused, humanistic approach, and her practice includes working with clients through the aging process, including facing the end of life and grief. Through this work, Stacy has created a grief and loss program to support Summit and surrounding communities. In addition, she teaches several courses at CMC, including "The Psychology of Death and Dying", "Human Sexuality" and "Human Growth & Development".
Board Member, President of Eagle-Summit Speech-Language Services, Inc. Sherri created a private practice in 1984 to establish services for all ages in the rural mountain setting of Summit County and neighboring communities. Collaboration with others and working to forge networks to offer access to therapies has been a driving force for her professional efforts. Involvement in early childhood, home care and hospice, local and regional schools, special education administration, and service provision for a K-12 setting has honed Sherri’s interest and passion to create resources for human potential.
Board Member, Manager at Summit County Community & Senior Center for 12 years. She is very passionate about the work she is doing for the community.
Vicki is currently working on her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with an Emphasis on Social work from Grand Canyon University.
She enjoys kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, dancing, live music, and spending time with her family.
Annie earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Kansas in 2017. She is excited about the opportunity to serve Summit county residents and families in a community-based setting. Outside of work, you can find Annie on her mountain bike or skis, enjoying time outside with her husband Kevin and their border collie.
Wendy graduated with honors in 2003 from Abington Memorial Hospital, Dixon School of Nursing with an RN degree in nursing. She has worked in an array of nursing positions, including Emergency Room, critical care, long-term care, and hospice. Wendy moved to Summit County in 2014, working with several local residents. She now enjoys working with our participant community at Timberline Adult Day Program.
Kamola is a 2009 nursing graduate from Tashkent Uzbekistan. She brings her caring nursing expertise to Timberline and our participants. Kamola resides in Summit County with her family.
Libby is a 1999 nursing graduate from the Czech Republic, bringing her caring nursing expertise to Timberline. She resides in Summit County with her husband and two children.
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