Wellington Colorado Main Streets Board of Directors
Board meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday of the month // 6pm
The Kinzli Team | RE/MAX Alliance // 4006 Cleveland Ave, Wellington, CO 80549
You can find upcoming meeting dates on our events calendar.
Brian serves as the President of the Main Streets board, is on the Board of Directors for the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce, and sits on the Community Activities Commission (CAC) for the Town of Wellington. In addition to his volunteer efforts, Brian owns Wellington Toy Storage, a storage facility north of Eyestone Elementary that also rents UHauls and takes UPS Dropoffs. In his spare time, Brian also loves photography, taking photos for many of the community events in Wellington.
Gary serves as Fire Chief for the brave women and men of the Wellington Fire Protection District, protecting 288 square miles of northern Larimer County. He was an original member of the establishing Board of Directors for the Wellington Mains Streets Program and is a strong proponent of this invaluable community asset. Growing up in the small town of Mustang, Oklahoma, Gary was raised on small-town values and the benefits of true community; from holiday festivals to Friday night football games, the whole town turned out to socialize and proudly celebrate. Wellington, Colorado IS such a place!
If you are looking for a home to purchase or to list your home for sale, let Sue Glaze help you. With over 25 years of Construction, Real Estate & Mortgage lending experience, she has seen the market change and grow. Sue is passionate about putting her knowledge and experience to work for her clients. She will put her experience and expertise to work for you. Sue takes great pride in her reputation as an honest Realtor and making the process of obtaining a new home as simple as possible for her clients. She believes in the highest quality of dependability and customer service.
Bryan Thomas, Executive Vice President (EVP), joined Meridian Trust in July 2018. He was previously the vice president / chief lending officer at On Tap Credit Union in Golden, CO. Prior to working at On Tap, he was the vice president / chief administration officer at WyHy Federal Credit Union based in Cheyenne. In his new role at Meridian Trust FCU, he will be assisting CEO Kim Withers with the overall management of the credit union and moving the board’s strategic vision into a reality. Bryan has more than 23 years of leadership experience in the financial services industry. He received a Bachelor of Science degree, with emphasis in consumer science and business management, from Colorado State University. He is also a graduate of CUNA Finance School and the CUES CEO Institute. In his free time, Bryan enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Casey and their four daughters Katelyn, Avery, Emma, and Wrigley.
As a licensed therapist I offer to the community hope for the spirit, soul and body through therapeutic massage and mind/body therapy. As chair of the Design Committee of the Main Street program I offer my joy of beauty and expertise in the areas of artistic design of the flower planters, murals and banners. I enjoy helping to bring life and beauty where ever I am.
Dr. Tracey Jensen founded the Wellington Veterinary Hospital in 1999 on Cleveland in what is now The Cakery. Dr. Jensen and her husband have lived in the Wellington community since 1998. Dr. Jensen loves her work with animals and just about any outdoor activity.
John, the Area Manager for DXP, moved to Wellington from Iowa in late 2014. Him and his family now call Wellington “home” and he is invested in helping the town grow responsibly. His interest in seeing Wellington flourish led him to run and be elected as a Board of Trustee in 2018.
John and his wife Erin have three children and enjoy camping and volunteering in their free time.
As Lou’s “right hand man” for over 40 years, in marriage and in real estate, Linda is The Kinzli Team’s client care specialist. Anyone who has worked with The Kinzli Team knows and loves Linda. She is responsible for the “behind the scenes” details that are paramount for a smooth transaction.
Linda is a very active participant in the Wellington Chamber of Commerce and the Wellington Community Activities Commission. She is has played an integral role in the creation of the Chamber, the implementation of the 4th of July, Easter, and Christmas festivities, and the creation of Wellington’s newest event, the Fall Festival.
Since 2004, when he took over The Wellington Auction Service from his dad, Gary, Curtis has been full-time in the business of selling the stuff people no longer need or want to those intent on having it, as either collectors or users. Wellington Auction Service has always been a family business. As early as 1986, Curtis went off to auctioneer school in Kansas City, Missouri where he learned the fine points of the auctioneer’s “chant.”
Today his wife Milly, mother Lela, and daughters Elizabeth and Margaret work together in the business.