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One on One: Husak holding reins of many entities

Peter Husak is a man about town. He’s CEO of the locally based office furniture company, OfficeScapes, but he’s also active in several fundraising and business groups, so you might see him at an Antlers breakfast and then again at a Broadmoor luncheon later that same day. He serves on the board of governors for… Continue Reading One on One: Husak holding reins of many entities

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One on One: Aimee Cox

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One on One: Aimee Cox

Cox takes on new city challenge Aimee Cox knows her way around government jobs in the Pikes Peak region. Cox, who was named this week as Mayor Steve Bach’s new Senior Economic Vitality Specialist for the city of Colorado Springs, has had a long and varied government career. For the past two years she has… Continue Reading One on One: Aimee Cox

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One on One: Morris Roth

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One on One: Morris Roth

Morris Roth, who has worked at AspenPointe for nearly 42 years, will retire at the end of July. As CEO, he has led AspenPointe, one of the region’s largest — and oldest — nonprofits, which serves those with mental health needs, substance-abuse recovery and employment, and career development. AspenPointe traces its roots to 1875 when… Continue Reading One on One: Morris Roth

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One on One: Doug Berwick

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One on One: Doug Berwick

Doug Berwick is CEO of Berwick Electric Co., which was founded in Colorado Springs and has operated as a family-owned business for three generations. From the beginning, the company has managed to remain on the cutting edge of technology, from the dawn of in-home electricity to energy specifications for chip manufacturers to electric power in… Continue Reading One on One: Doug Berwick

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O’Donnell a Pied Piper for variety of Springs events

John O’Donnell grew up in Colorado Springs, and while he’s known to many as the man behind the St. Patrick’s Day parade, his fingerprints have been on many community initiatives through the years. Fundraising, politics and community building are what he might consider his bailiwick. John and his wife, Carol, founded their company O’Donnell &… Continue Reading O’Donnell a Pied Piper for variety of Springs events

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When you sit down with Hal Littrell, also known as “Mr. Rodeo” in Colorado Springs, you are an immediate captive of his stories and adventures. Littrell, 81, worked his way from bank teller at Colorado National Exchange Bank to bank president, to bank owner/chairman and CEO of Air Academy National Bank in 1986. All the… Continue Reading Longtime banker, volunteer joins Rodeo Hall of Fame

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When Mike Scialdone took the job as CFO of Memorial Health System four years ago, he said the hospital’s community connection was the attraction. That connection has been at the center of more than two years of debate about the future of the hospital He weathered the controversial exit of CEO Larry McEvoy and was… Continue Reading Scialdone guiding Memorial during uncertain times

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Holmes searches for homeless solutions

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Bob Holmes brings both patience and experience to his job as executive director of Homeward Pikes Peak. A nonprofit agency focused on finding jobs and housing for the homeless population, Holmes has worked for the group since 2003. He brings his experience and love of children as a school superintendent to the job — as… Continue Reading Holmes searches for homeless solutions

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When Ron Chernak was looking for a place to start a business, he considered several cities but chose Colorado Springs. He moved here and opened First Business Brokers, which specializes in assisting with buying and selling businesses. The Colorado Springs lifestyle and market offerings seemed ideal, and apparently worked in his favor. This month he’s… Continue Reading Chernak, First Business Brokers celebrating 30 years

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Mutch hammering out policy issues for Springs HBA

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William Mutch is the new director of government affairs and public policy for the Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs. And while he’s in a new position, he’s no stranger to politics, the sate’s key policy makers, the building industry or Colorado Springs. Mutch took some time to talk with the CSBJ about himself,… Continue Reading Mutch hammering out policy issues for Springs HBA

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