DENVER — Friday, Sep. 9, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced Boards and Commissions appointments to the Colorado Disability Funding Committee.

The Colorado Disability Funding Committee accepts and reviews proposals and funds projects or programs that study or pilot new and innovative ideas that will lead to an improved quality of life or increased independence for persons with disabilities.

For terms expiring August 12, 2017:

  • David E. Henninger of Centennial, to serve as a representative of nonprofit entities and managing nonprofit entities, appointed;
  • Michael Russell Neil of Denver, to serve as a representative of persons with a disability, appointed;
  • Howard Tuthill of Eagle Vail, to serve as an advocate for persons with disabilities, appointed;
  • Teresa Yaun of Pueblo, to serve as an individual who lives in a household with a person with a disability and is meaningfully involved in the care of a person with a disability, appointed;

for terms expiring August 12, 2018:

  • Julie Zane Busby of Denver, to serve as an attorney with experience working with persons with disabilities, appointed;
  • Jacob Stephen Finger of Centennial, to serve as a representative of persons with disabilities, appointed;
  • John William Gay, II of Aurora, to serve as a representative of business and business management, appointed;
  • John Charles Monteith of Monument, to serve as a representative of persons with disabilities, appointed;

for terms expiring August 12, 2019:

  • Michael Lynn Hess of Lakewood, to serve as an advocate for persons with disabilities, appointed;
  • Megan Theresa Kennedy of Denver, to serve as a representative of persons with disabilities, appointed;
  • Brian Miller, DO of Castle Rock, to serve as a representative of the medical community, appointed;
  • Charles Mason Naumer of Evergreen, to serve as a person who is a caregiver of a person with a disability, appointed;
  • Amy Elizabeth Wiedeman Schiller of Centennial, to serve as an individual who lives in a household with a person with a disability and is meaningfully involved in the care of a person with a disability, appointed.

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