Mark Notestine, former CPI Treasurer, Remembered

The Colorado Preservation community is deeply saddened by the passing of Mark Notestine on April 16th.  A former Colorado Preservation Board member, Mark was a true advocate for preservation and was actively involved in revitalizing his adopted hometown of Greeley.

Mark joined the CPI Board as Treasurer in early 1997 and made substantial improvements to operations by improving  financial reporting systems and fundraising efforts.  Mark recruited fellow Greeley resident Linde Thompson to the CPI board when his own term expired, so we have him to thank for the many contributions of both Linde and her husband (and current Board Member) Ron.

Mark’s death is a significant loss for our community. Mark’s heart was genuine and his energy boundless. We should all aspire to touch as many lives and inspire as many people as Mark did.

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