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Utilities’ Kinder on a personal sustainability mission

25. October 2012

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Frank Kinder came from California to attend college in Colorado Springs. While here he found his passion: sustainability. Kinder, now 38, works as senior water conservation specialist for Colorado Springs Utilities and has been involved with numerous energy, water and recycling projects around Colorado Springs. One of his most high-profile roles has been to spread […]

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Thompson builds business along with bodies

18. October 2012

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Steven Thompson grew up in Colorado Springs and left with his mom to finish high school in the Midwest. But when he got into motocross racing and wanted to pursue it professionally, Colorado called him home. He was the chubby kid in school until he grew older and started learning about fitness. What he learned […]

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Bittle builds relationships, professionally and personally

11. October 2012

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Mark Bittle moved from Iowa to Colorado Springs in 2008 to be close to the mountains. When he arrived he didn’t know a single person. But he knew from his experience that to be successful he needed to get involved in the community. He jumped right in, volunteering for several organizations; and he hasn’t looked […]

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As a city communications specialist, Rego is talk of town

4. October 2012

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At 25 years old, Jarred Rego is settling in as Senior Communications Specialist for the city of Colorado Springs. Sure, he’s young, but he’s already gained the kind of experience that most people take years to amass. He’s hosted his own radio talk show and worked as press secretary for Congressman Doug Lamborn. Now, he […]

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