Helen SedlarExecutive Director
Mandi SchottAssistant Director
Terry SidellHealth Advocate Program Manager
Linda CraneFamily Development Coordinator
Katie StuvelMarketing and Events Coordinator
Jordyn CraneNutrition Program Manager
DeeAnna JonesOffice Manager
Nancy StroheckerAdmin and Development Coordinator
Lori LundeThrift Store Assistant Manager
Lucinda ElickerThrift Store Sales Associate
Libby HemmeFood Pantry Coordinator
Molly BruchezProgram Specialist
Bailey LudwigNutrition Program Specialist
Jennifer TibbettsCCR Family Development Coordinator
Elizabeth WillmanFood Pantry Associate
Darla ReyesCATCH Coordinator
Susan HamiltonTransportation Manager
Julie SchollImpact Study Coordinator
Bailey graduated from Colorado State University in May of 2018 with a degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She enjoyed her nutritional work with the Larimer County Food Bank, as well as with an Early Childhood learning center in Fort Collins, and is excited about the opportunity to work at MFC and get to know the Grand County community! Bailey will be leading our nutrition and cooking programs at local schools and childcare centers. email@example.com.
Darla was born and raised in Summit County, but moved to Kremmling in 2018 in order to experience a smaller community and the close-knit culture that comes with living in a small town. She loves cooking, music, horseback riding and biking with her kids and family! She has also always enjoyed working with children, ever since her first job at the age of 15 where she watched kids while their parents participated in English language classes. Darla joined Mountain Family Center in 2018 as the CATCH Coordinator in Kremmling. CATCH is an after-school physical activity and nutrition education program for elementary-aged children (grades K–5), and Darla loves working with the 60+ kids who participate in the program each week! She is excited to be part of an organization that helps families grow together.
Susan joined Grand Seniors in June of 2015. Almost all of her working career has been customer service-oriented and she was a caregiver for her parents, so she has a special place in her heart for seniors.
Susan was born and raised in Denver where she worked in a wide variety of places, including the hotel industry, a major advertising agency and the organization that redeveloped the former Lowry Air Force Base into a Live-Work-Play community.
Susan’s family has been in and around Grand County for over 60 years, and she always knew it was a place she wanted to live. Nine years ago, when her husband Tom got the opportunity to work in Granby, they couldn’t pack fast enough!
Susan is a vital member of the Grand Seniors at Mountain Family Center staff, doing everything from transportation coordination to activity scheduling to grocery pickup and more!
Julie is originally from England, graduating from The Royal Masonic and Roehampton School of Nursing in London. After graduation, Julie moved to Canada to work with First Nations communities and in Toronto hospitals. In 2001, Julie moved to Parshall and is currently a Registered Nurse with Northwest Colorado Health. Her background as an RN includes a wide variety of experiences in both urban and rural clinics.
Mountain Family Center was happy to bring Julie on as our Impact Study Coordinator in March of 2019. Through this position, Julie is able to introduce new clients to Mountain Family Center, help them identify their goals and obstacles, and help us understand how effective our services are, so we can better support our community and all of the families we serve.
Outside of work, Julie is an active member of the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union and is currently in the Fellows program. She enjoys spending time with her husband on the family ranch in Parshall, growing irrigated hay as well as tree and forage species suited to high altitude climates.
Frank ParkerVice Chair
Debbie YoungBoard Member
John RiedelBoard Member
Tamara DavisBoard Member
Kelly HowardBoard Member
Christina LockhartBoard Member
As the former president of the Grand County Council on Aging, Kelly decided to join the MFC Board when the two organizations merged in order to continue her work with our seniors. Her other volunteer work has included NSCD, Grand County Advocates, Young Life, The Bridge Grand County, Winter Park Christian and 2 mission trips to Nicaragua.
Kelly is a single mom of two beautiful daughters, both in college, and has been working for Devil’s Thumb Ranch for almost 4 years coordinating banquets through the Catering Department. She grew up in Lakewood, and her family spent most of the time as the ‘weekend warriors’ skiing Winter Park. Her passion for skiing continued through her teenage years and she became a ski instructor with her father, sister and brother. After college and an extended stay in Maui, she has now lived in the valley for over 25 years.
Depending on the season, you can find Kelly on skis, a snowboard or Nordic equipment followed by warmer temperature road bike and mountain bike rides, hiking, running and water sports. She has adopted a whole-food plant-based lifestyle and continues her education on nutrition.
Kelly is excited that MFC and GCCA have joined forces to be a complete organization that supports people of all ages-from birth through the Golden Years- in our county.
Representing the west side of the county, Christina lives in Kremmling and joined the MFC board in 2019. She is a 5th generation rancher in the area, and she and her husband love living and raising their three children in Grand County. In her free time, Christina enjoys cheering at her kids’ sporting events and playing adult softball and volleyball. In addition to her personal ties to the community, Christina also brings of wealth of professional experience to her role as an MFC board member. Having been employed with Middle Park Health in both medical and financial roles for over a decade, she is used to and enjoys working with a vast array of people from all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. She feels passionate about the mission of MFC, and loves being part of an organization where the client is the center of the resources available to them.