Jim Ray – President
I have been a resident of the Holly Crossing subdivision, within the WFMD, since November of 1995. I have been on the Board of Directors since December of 1999. My experience and knowledge of our WFMD community and the WFMD governmental entity ensures that our community moves in the right direction. I am committed to the community and enjoy having a part in our growth and accomplishments.
Michael Stangoni – Treasurer
I am a native resident to Colorado and was raised in the Boulder area. I am a happy home owner in the Wright Farms neighborhood. I work for the City of Broomfield as an Automotive and Equipment Mechanic. I enjoy contributing and being involved, and by providing support for the Board, I am able to do that. It is exciting to help improve and beautify our community.
John (Mac) McMurry – Secretary
I was raised in Montana, 20 miles from the Canadian Border, and if it weren’t for the traffic, I would consider Colorado’s warmer climate, heaven. I met my wife 8 years ago and I think she keeps me around because I’m handy getting things fixed around the house. My wife has lived in Wright Farms for over 19 years. We like it so much that we will probably retire here, unless she hits the lotto, and then we will probably still stay. Both my wife and I are very active in the community and work with developmentally challenged adults. I am pleased to serve you and our community to make our District a wonderful and safe place to live.
Joyce Espinoza – Assistant Secretary
I am a third generation native resident of Colorado and grew up in a small town called Granada in South East Colorado. I lived there until my family moved back to the Denver area in 1989. I have lived in the Wright Farms subdivision since February of 2000 and I have operated my own business, Joyce’s Big Blue Licensed Home Childcare, since 2001. Along with now serving on the Wright Farms Metropolitan District Board of Directors, I was also Vice-President for the Adams County Association of Family Childcare for 2 years. I have a great love for my community and state and am really excited to be a part of helping our community to continue to flourish.
Judy Haberer – District Assistant
My name is Judy Haberer. I have been the District Assistant for the WFMD since 2008. I am the original owner of my home which I purchased in 1986. I have seen the area grow from 20 homes and a lot of fields, to what we have today. I have three amazing children, 2 dogs, a cat and a hamster. I have been employed with the Adams 12 Five Star School District for 12 years, 8 with Skyview Elementary and the last 4 at Mountain View Elementary. I love gardening, crocheting and spending time with my family.