Tim Kroes retires after 25 years at Adaptive Sports Association

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Tim Kroes retires after 25 years at Adaptive Sports Association

Durango Adaptive Sports Association’s staff and volunteers have a reputation for dressing in costumes, none more enthusiastically so than former Executive Director Tim Kroes, seen here at the volunteers’ end-of-season party in April at Purgatory Resort. Kroes retired May 31 after 25 years with the organization.
Tim Kroes, who retired as executive director of the Durango Adaptive Sports Association on May 31, celebrates with his replacement, Ann Marie Meighan, at a party held in his honor June 5 at the Edgemont Picnic Grounds.
Tim Kroes shows off his Lucy and Ethel lunchbox, one of several gifts he received for his retirement from the Durango Adaptive Sports Association. His retirement party was held June 5 at the Edgemont Picnic Grounds.
Tim Kroes is stunned as he receives a lifetime ski pass to Purgatory Resort from Judy Wachob, vice president of village services at the resort, on June 5 at Edgemont Picnic Grounds. Kroes was fêted for his retirement after 25 years with the organization.
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Tim Kroes retires after 25 years at Adaptive Sports Association

Durango Adaptive Sports Association’s staff and volunteers have a reputation for dressing in costumes, none more enthusiastically so than former Executive Director Tim Kroes, seen here at the volunteers’ end-of-season party in April at Purgatory Resort. Kroes retired May 31 after 25 years with the organization.
Tim Kroes, who retired as executive director of the Durango Adaptive Sports Association on May 31, celebrates with his replacement, Ann Marie Meighan, at a party held in his honor June 5 at the Edgemont Picnic Grounds.
Tim Kroes shows off his Lucy and Ethel lunchbox, one of several gifts he received for his retirement from the Durango Adaptive Sports Association. His retirement party was held June 5 at the Edgemont Picnic Grounds.
Tim Kroes is stunned as he receives a lifetime ski pass to Purgatory Resort from Judy Wachob, vice president of village services at the resort, on June 5 at Edgemont Picnic Grounds. Kroes was fêted for his retirement after 25 years with the organization.
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