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Meet the Board

The Board

Board members are required to be property owners within the District and must be registered voters in Douglas County. Board members are elected by the District’s electorate. Board members may serve two consecutive four-year terms.

Present Board Members:

Board meetings are held the third Wednesday of every month at 8am in the conference room at the District office unless otherwise specified.

Christine Thomas, President

Christine Thomas has been a Roxborough resident since 2005. Active in the community, she served on the Roxborough Park Foundation Homeowners Association’s Board. She was also President of the Junior Symphony Guild, President of Windflowers Group, and is currently serving on the Roxborough Design Review Committee. She holds an undergraduate degree from Kent State University, Ohio. During her career, Christine worked as a school teacher, retail buyer, and sales representative. While Christine is pleased with the remarkable progress the District has made over the last decade, she wants to ensure that the District continues to have clean reliable water, dependable infrastructure, and to keep rates affordable.

Dave Bane, Vice President

Dave is a fourth-generation Colorado native and graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. While now retired, Dave was a System’s Administrator for Jefferson County Public Schools and served 24 years as President of the Lakehurst Water and Sanitation District in Littleton, CO. He has been a resident of Roxborough Park for decades and served on the Roxborough Water & Sanitation District Board (Board) from 2008 to 2016, leaving as its President. He was elected in 2020 to serve on the Board for another term and again in 2023. He is married to Vickie Bane, father of two adult boys, and five grandkids.

John Kim, Treasurer

Mr. Kim has over 25 years of successful real estate and private equity experience. Real estate investments include commercial, retail, office and hospitality properties. Mr. Kim is also focused on natural resource, agricultural, water and infrastructure development. Mr. Kim is passionate about Colorado and the future of its communities. He understands, personally and from real life experience, how important water and sanitation is to growing communities. He knows that water and proper sanitation is the life blood for not only safe and thriving communities, but that water is crucial to maintain the quality of life and value of your homes. Mr. Kim, his wife and their cockapoo, Tate, live right next to Waterton Canyon. Tate diligently guards their home from deer and squirrels. Mr. Kim raised his family in Douglas County, including two amazing children who are now about to start their own families in Colorado. Mr. Kim is an avid fly fisherman, snowboarder and outdoors man.

Keith Lehmann, Secretary

A resident of Colorado since the early 70s, Keith Lehmann is a property owner and lives in Chatfield East. He has served as President of the Chatfield East Property Owners Association for over two decades. Active in the community, he was instrumental in working on behalf of Chatfield East’s residents to connect to Roxborough Water and Sanitation District’s water system and to stop relying on depleting groundwater sources. Keith is President of Group Medical Marketing, founded in 1994, which provides employee-benefits insurance. In 1999, he served as President of the Colorado State Association of Health Underwriters. As an active outdoor enthusiast of what Colorado has to offer, Keith enjoys fishing and other activities in his free time.

Loren McFall, Assistant Secretary

Loren McFall is a proud Colorado native and has lived in Roxborough Park for over two decades. After 21 years as a Senior Systems Engineer for Lockheed Martin, he pursued farming and ranching in Northern Colorado for the better part of 20 years. McFall ran a 250-head cow-calf operation, as well as farming 400 acres of irrigated land. As the owner of North Poudre water shares, he learned the intricacies of delivering water to ranches, farms, and cities. In retirement from farming, he turned to banking and real estate, further educating himself in the area of Colorado Water Laws, allocations, and the buying and selling of water rights. Education: Colorado State University – Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business Colorado State University – Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Master’s degree in Business Management

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