Stan has served on the Foundation Board since 1995.
He is a full time Angel Fire
resident that moved here in 1972 to become a ski bum. Stan is the
Owner/Qualifying Broker for Monte Verde Realty, which was formed in 1976. Stan
has also served on the Angel Fire Resort Property Owners Association Board of
Directors, Angel Fire Resort Architectural Review Committee, and the Angel Fire
Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is an avid fly fisherman and skier.
Barbara has been on the Foundation board since 2008. Barbara has been an Angel Fire resident since 1980. During this time she owned and operated Alpine Ski Rental and Lodging for 18 years. Formerly Barbara has served as Village of Angel Fire Council Member and two-term Mayor of Angel Fire, and currently in her second term as Mayor again. Barbara was instrumental in founding and forming the Moreno Valley Charter High School, a nationally recognized charter school. She currently serves as a Board Member for the Charter High School.
Sally joined the Foundation board in 2016.
She has lived in the Valley full-time since
2007 when she returned to New Mexico after falling in love with it in the 70s. Prior to returning, Sally co-owned a computer
software development business as well as coordinated and administered several
grants for a homeless prevention agency.
She briefly served as an Eagle Nest Chamber of Commerce board member in
2008 while working for the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. She has been the Public Improvement District
Administrator since 2010. Although she
is a native to Wyoming, she frequently travels to Denton, Texas to visit her
grandson, his family, and a large friend-family. She enjoys gardening, dancing, hiking, mosaic,
and traveling, but especially loves good conversation and laughter while
sharing a bottle of wine on the porch.
Margaret has been on the Foundation board since 2010.
Margaret and her husband live in Angel Fire full-time. She works as a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Moreno Valley Healthcare Clinic. For four years, Margaret participated in the Headstart Program as their Medical Consultant in Bastrop, Texas. During the same years, she teamed up with other health care providers to host a yearly discounted Sports Physical Day that supported the athletic programs in Bastrop. She currently supports the High School in Angel Fire by performing hearing and vision testing as the need arises. From 2009 through 2015, Margaret coordinated the yearly Wellness Fair in Angel Fire. She is certified in performing DOT physicals as a community service. Margaret enjoys gardening, hiking, and skiing.
Heather M. Stewart-Jackson
Heather has been on the board since November 2017.
Heather is originally from
Nederland, Colorado. She moved to Angel Fire in 1992 to be a DJ on our local
radio station KAFR. (It no longer exists.) A few years later, while bartending at the
Angel Fire Resort, she met her husband Dale. They started their construction
company, Dale Jackson Custom Building, LLC., in 2003, the same month they had
their son Duncan. Heather worked and served on the Angel Fire
Architectural/Environmental Control Committee for 6 years. She has been
volunteering as a leader for the Boy Scouts of America Pack 62 and Troop 68 since
2010 and once served on the Team Angel Fire Ski and Snowboard board. Her first
love is her family followed by boating, skiing, hiking and traveling.
Richard has been on the Foundation board since 2009. Richard also serves on the AFCF Investments committee.
has lived in Angel Fire for 16 years. While most of these years were spent here
full-time, Richard and his wife Pamela now have a second home in Lake Kiowa,
Texas, that they visit in the spring and fall. Richard’s background is in the
field of investment management and he has worked with banks, mutual funds and
investment advisory firms. Richard also has owned retail stores in his past
business life. Currently Richard still does investment work, both for himself
and for a few clients. He is the Treasurer for the Men’s Golf Association and plays
Jim has been a member of the Foundation board since 2009. Jim also serves on the AFCF Investments committee.
Jim is a retired petroleum engineer. He and his wife Peggy
moved to Angel Fire as part-time residents in 2003. They continue to split time
between Texas and Angel Fire. Jim joined the AFCF board in 2009 and has served
on the Investment Committee since 2010. He also has served as a trustee for the
Abell-Hanger Foundation in Midland Texas for 11 years. Volunteer activities
include the ALM Food for Kids program at Eagle Nest School, ALM Food Pantry,
United Church of Angel Fire, and the Fire Support Team. Jim and Peggy enjoy
golf and skiing and find Angel Fire an ideal retirement destination.
Guy joined the Board in 2010. He is a full-time resident since 1984. Guy retired in 2006 from a 35-year career co-publishing weekly newspapers with his wife Marcia in Colorado and New Mexico, including Angel Fire’s Sangre de Cristo Chronicle from 1984 to 2006. Guy’s current community involvement includes the ALM Food Pantry as a volunteer and board member, and the Angel Fire Community Foundation. His favorite hobbies are skiing and hiking and baby sitting his grandchildren Gus and Birdie. Guy has been married to Marcia 50 years. They have two adult children, Heather and Christopher, who grew up in Angel Fire.
Cynthia has been a member of the Foundation board since 2011.
Cynthia is a full time resident of Angel Fire along with her husband Michael. Cynthia has been involved in volunteer organizations for about 30 years through her children's schools, Meals-On-Wheels, the Austin Street Shelter, churches, Women's groups and political campaigns. She also serves on the board of the ALM Food Pantry. Basically, if it involves feeding hungry people or serving the needy she is there. She enjoys travel, gardening, reading and cooking.