Rangeview Library Friends Foundation Board Makes New Appointments

As of Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, new appointments took effect for the Rangeview Library Friends Foundation Board. They are as follows: Chris Blackwood, chair; Brian Hall, vice chair; Kyle Kreischer, treasurer; and Georgia Way, secretary. 

Chris Blackwood serves as a Senior Managing Consultant for PFM Asset Management, LLC in Denver. His practice focuses on providing investment advisory services to governments throughout the western U.S.

Brian Hall is branch president of Valley Bank & Trust’s Westminster branch. He is a graduate of Bear Creek High School in Lakewood and obtained his business administration degree from Western State College in Gunnison, Colo.

Kyle Kreischer is a senior associate attorney with the law firm of Donelson Ciancio and Goodwin, P.C., based in Broomfield, Colo. Kreischer focuses his current practice in the following areas of law: commercial litigation; commercial banking, including collateral management and commercial loan restructures; real estate; and environmental law.

Georgia Way is a broker associate with Keller Williams Northwest and a business consultant for PeopleSystems, Inc.

Weld County Treasurer John Lefebvre and Stifel, Nicholas and Company managing director David Bell are also on the board.

About the Rangeview Library Friends Foundation

The Rangeview Library Friends Foundation was created in 2009 to raise financial support for RLD from the private sector. The Foundation is a nonprofit corporation organized solely for community and educational purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation recognizes the importance of providing quality resources, programs and materials to the public through Rangeview Library District (the “Library”) and the benefit of providing funding for additional programs. Its mission is to generate broad-based public support and participation in order to forward and support RLD’s mission to “open doors for curious minds” by enhancing the public’s understanding and enjoyment of the Library through the use of special programs, activities and projects; and to work with RLD to raise money through contributions so that capital projects, programs and activities may continue to be provided for the general public.