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Tuesday, December 18, 2018
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Spotlight on Volunteers: Carol and Larry Berg, of Rye, and their friends Buffy and Miss T
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(L-R) Miss T, also a Mammoth Donkey, with Carol and Sierra
 
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Carol and Larry a few years ago with their friend Buffy, a Mammoth Donkey
 
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Carol – She's a native Coloradoan, born on the eastern plains in Sugar City, a tiny farming town “famous” for sugar beets (and good birding). After attending college in Pueblo she worked at IBM for 30 years, her later duties being a Manager in Operations and Employee Relations Advisor.She then transferred to Kentucky. After retirement she returned to Colorado settling in Pueblo where she continued her employment as Director of Lay Ministry for King of Kings Lutheran Church.

Larry – He served our country for four years in the Air Force, attended the University of Nebraska, moving on to Operations Officer and Department Head at First National Bank of Omaha, Director of Operations for a Midwest regional retail chain and Vice President of a store fixture manufacturing company. He moved to Colorado to serve on the computer conversion team for QualMed until they closed, then to HP in Colorado Springs as a fraud investigator. Larry has a daughter who has a Doctorate in Pharmacy, and grandchildren, a boy and a girl.

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