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Gliding and Volvos drive Penkhus

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Gliding and Volvos drive Penkhus

Bob Penkhus represents the second generation to operate a Volvo dealership in Colorado Springs after his father started selling cars here in 1951. Now his 37-year-old son, Robbie Penkhus, sells vehicles at Volvo, Mazda, Volkswagen and Mitsubishi dealerships here. Penkhus and his wife Leslie have two other children, Jamie and Chad. Business runs in the… Continue Reading Gliding and Volvos drive Penkhus

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Stamp: From tennis to commercial property

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Stamp: From tennis to commercial property

Dale Stamp is a family man first, followed by physical fitness. Third on the list is business. After 10 years as the tennis pro for the city of Colorado Springs, he launched his real estate career. As president of Quantum Commercial Group, Stamp oversees and is responsible for millions of dollars in commercial real estate… Continue Reading Stamp: From tennis to commercial property

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The Broadmoor to hand reins to Damioli

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The Broadmoor to hand reins to Damioli

An Ohio native, Jack Damioli, will take the reins at The Broadmoor in March from President and CEO Steve Bartolin. Damioli had been serving as vice president and managing director at The Broadmoor for the past year. He and his wife of 29 years, Rachel, relocated here last year from Boca Grande, Fla., where he… Continue Reading The Broadmoor to hand reins to Damioli

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Hybl leads Griffis/Blessing’s large operation

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Hybl leads Griffis/Blessing’s large operation

Known by his initials — B.J. — William J. Hybl Jr. is president and chief operating officer of Griffis/Blessing Inc., a leading real estate services and investment firm in Colorado Springs, where he has worked for 15 years. The 46-year-old, who was born overseas but grew up in Colorado Springs, is married to Kristel, and… Continue Reading Hybl leads Griffis/Blessing’s large operation

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Whitford moves from Philharmonic to Peak Vista

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Whitford moves from Philharmonic to Peak Vista

Nancy Whitford, Peak Vista Community Health Centers’ newly appointed chief development officer and executive director of the Peak Vista Foundation, will begin her duties Dec. 29, moving from the position of development director at the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in advertising from San Jose State University. Whitford, 50, enjoys… Continue Reading Whitford moves from Philharmonic to Peak Vista

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Collins blends his architecture with history

Architect Mike Collins loves to laugh. He tells stories with brilliant color, emotion and animation that can only be described as atypical. He relates well to people of all backgrounds, from a publishing leader to the board of Fountain Valley School, whence he graduated in 1956. Spend an hour or so with Collins, 77, and… Continue Reading Collins blends his architecture with history

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Ensor likes new outlook for Sky Sox

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Ensor likes new outlook for Sky Sox

When asked about his proudest moment in baseball, Sky Sox General Manger Tony Ensor naturally lists his two Southern League championships with the Birmingham Barons, the Double-A minor-league franchise he managed in Alabama. But his proudest moment, perhaps, was as a Little League outfielder called in by his coach hours after a dentist’s visit. Stuffed… Continue Reading Ensor likes new outlook for Sky Sox

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Yeadon embraces Compassion’s mission

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Yeadon embraces Compassion’s mission

Mark Yeadon, senior vice president of Compassion International’s global program, grew up in a family of 15 children. Of those, two were adopted. Those two were disabled and biracial, which was “NOT cool” in the 1970s, Yeadon said. He has been married 31 years, and he and his wife have four grown children. Yeadon shared… Continue Reading Yeadon embraces Compassion’s mission

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Price leads effort to attract tourists

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Price leads effort to attract tourists

Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau President and CEO Doug Price spends his time attracting people to the Pikes Peak region, and that includes managing a staff of 18 employees, 36 volunteers and an annual budget of $3.1 million. Price, 58, and his wife of 31 years, Kathy, have two grown children. Price sat down… Continue Reading Price leads effort to attract tourists

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Chandler heads RBA, managed DaVita/CSHP deal

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Chandler heads RBA, managed DaVita/CSHP deal

Debbie Chandler has a 30-year career in health care management so far, her most recent post as chief operations officer of Colorado Springs Health Partners. She manages more than 650 employees and an annual budget in the high $70-million range. Most recently, Chandler worked to create the sale of physician-owned CSHP to DaVita HealthCare Partners,… Continue Reading Chandler heads RBA, managed DaVita/CSHP deal

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