CRA Board of Directors Election Results


CRA is pleased to announce the election results for two Board of Directors positions. Voting closed on June 30 for the Western Slope Elected County Member and Chosen County Member board positions.

Crowley County Commissioner T.E. (Tobe) Allumbaugh won the majority in the election for Chosen County Member. Tobe has served on the CRA Board of Directors for the past 17 years, providing guidance from his banking and County Commissioner roles. Commissioner Allumbaugh has served on the Crowley County Board of Commissioners since 1997 and presided as Chairman of the Board for 21 years. Tobe also has significant previous experience in domestic and international banking, having held a variety of positions spanning 15 years with Bank of America.

Adam Ford received the most votes in the Western Slope Elected County Member election. Mr. Ford joined the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office in 2004 and has served as a Senior Administrator since 2009. He was named Administrator of the Year by the sheriff’s office in 2007 and 2019.

The term of office for both positions is four years and began July 1.

I would like to recognize the election candidates. Sean Wood, Clear Creek County Commissioner, ran for the Chosen County Member position. Mick McQuilton, Eagle County participant, ran for the Western Slope Elected County Member position. Thank you for your willingness to serve CRA member employers and employee participants.

I would also like to thank the County Commissioners and employees of CRA member counties for voting in these two elections.

Please join me, the CRA Board of Directors and staff in congratulating Commissioner Allumbaugh and Mr. Ford in their election wins. Welcome to the CRA Board of Directors.

TIMOTHY MULLEN, CPA / Executive Director

Colorado Retirement Association

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