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  Winter open house and book signing

   Amy Dyess, an Edward Jones financial advisor, will host an open house and special book signing Jan. 24, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the office of Edward Jones at 12295 Oracle Boulevard, Suite 240, in Colorado Springs. Patsy Wurster of Falcon, Colorado, the author of “My Million-Mile Journey,” will discuss how she found personal fulfillment through faith and forgiveness and overcame extreme hardship to become a successful global business leader. Patsy will be available to sign her book following the discussion. The public is welcome. Refreshments and light snacks will be served. 
   RSVP required by Jan. 18. Call Rhonda Freeman at 719-484-0257 or email to reserve your seat at this high-demand event. 
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  B.D. “Bud” Paddock retires from MVEA board

   After 47 years serving on the Mountain View Electric Association Board of Directors, B.D. “Bud” Paddock announced his retirement at the October MVEA board meeting. When Paddock was appointed to the board to fill a vacant position in 1971, MVEA was only 30 years old.
   “It went by so fast, but it is time to pass the torch,” Paddock said. “When I started on the board, I was familiar with co-ops as my family owned a ranch in the area. A friend of mine really wanted me to fill the position. I said I would give it a try.”
   Paddock embraced the position by not only serving as an MVEA board member, but, for 27 years, he was involved in power delivery throughout Colorado by serving as a member and past president of the Colorado Rural Electric Association Board of Directors. He also served as MVEA board vice president from 1988 through 2014.
   As a dedicated elected official serving MVEA’s co-op members, Paddock has been instrumental in developing programs that support the economic development of rural communities as well as energy efficient and renewable energy programs.
   When asked what he remembers most about his career, Paddock said, “It is the people that we serve and the employees that I have met and worked with that have made it memorable.”
   Paddock will officially retired from the MVEA Board of Directors at the end of 2017.
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