The business and affairs of the Association shall be managed by a Board of Directors consisting of no less than five (5) or no more than nine (9) Directors, each of whom shall be an individual employed by a Full Member in the lift department or as an instructor of Ski Area Operations.
Jeff Marzka – President
Park City Mountain Resort
Senior Lift Operations Manager
Deirdre Riley – Vice President
Crested Butte Mountain Resort
Senior Health and Safety Manager
Troy Frutiger - Secretary
Advanced Lift Mechanic
Andy Birch – Treasure
Ski Granby Ranch
Lift Ops. Mgr./Journeyman Lift Main.
Scott Uren – Board Member
Lift Maintenance Supervisor
Joe Klosterman – Board Member
Beaver Creek Resort
Senior Lift Maintenance Manager
Telluride Ski Resort
Resort Services Director
David Light – Board Member
Sunlight Mountain Resort
Lift Operations Manager
Loveland Ski Area
Lift Operations Supervisor
303-569-3203 ext 129 (office)
Blaine Faulkner – Chairman
Lift Maintenance Manger
Michael Lane – NSAA Liaison
National Ski Areas Association
Director of Technical Services
Brian Rosser – Educational Liaison
Colorado Mountain College
Associate Professor of Ski Area Operations
Andy Barber – Manufacturing Rep.
Leitner-Poma of America, Inc.
Lift Maintenance Lead
Mike Gierach – Friend of the Board
Darren Northwood – Friend of the Board
Kevin Strickland – Friend of the Board
Steamboat Ski Resort
Master Mechanic Lift Maintenance
Jessi Crandall – Friend of the Board
Operations Assistant Manager
Sandia Peaks Ski & Tram
Phil Patterson – Friend of the Board
Lift Maintenance Director
Vail Ski Resort
Daniel Last – Friend of the Board
Paul Rauschke – Emeritus
Colorado Mountain College (Retired)
Rob Thomas – Emeritus
Winter Park Resort (Retired)
The RMLA Board is always interested in hearing your opinions, needs and suggestions. Please reach out to the Board members or send an email to the address below with your comments, or suggestions.
The RMLA Board meets about 6 times a year at various ski resorts and by conference call to plan and develop the Spring Conference class agenda and seek speakers for the various classes. Your input is vital to the continued growth and success of the conference. Additionally, a few members of the RMLA board have been promoted into positions not directly relataed to maintenance nor operations. In consideration of continuity in programming and related efforts for 48th Conference, the RMLA Board will maintain these members until spring 2019 and the completion of the conference. As such the RMLA Board is seeking two individuals for the Board. If you havve interest or know someone interested in serving on the board, please reach out to a board member at your earliest conveinence.
We greatly appreciate your continued support and interest in RMLA.
Michael Lane Liaison to RMLAmlane@nsaa.org
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