Mount Evans > Board Chairman Dale Lovin

Seasons of Our Mountains

CALENDAR

Order 2018 Calendars Now

Mount Evans

In the news

Recent media articles and Mount Evans publications

Support for

CAREGIVERS

Workshops, support groups and counseling

We’re Hiring

JOB OPENINGS

Join our amazing team of healthcare professionals!

Board Chairman Dale Lovin

Dale Lovin named 2016 board chair at Mount Evans

Lovin DaleAs the new chairman of Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice’s board of directors, longtime Evergreen resident Dale Lovin knows very well the demands he’ll face. As a longtime beneficiary of Lovin’s tireless advocacy and support, Mount Evans knows very well that its top leadership post is in the best of hands.

“We’re so lucky to have a treasure like Mount Evans in our community,” says Lovin, who officially succeeded out-going chairwoman Janine Guillen on Nov. 1. “I feel incredibly blessed to be a part of it.”

Lovin’s distinguished record of public service stretches back nearly half a century. As an FBI field agent, he spent 25 years pursuing the nation’s worst violent criminals. Following the 9/11 attacks in 2001, he was called out of retirement to help create the Federal Air Marshal Service. Ask him, though, and Lovin will tell you that his finest hour came on that day five years ago when he dropped by Mount Evans and asked what he could do to help.

“I started volunteering for patient visits, respite care, transportation, pretty much whatever they needed. I was immediately impressed with what they do, and how much they do. Mount Evans provides critical care for people at the most vulnerable time of their lives, and they do it regardless of ability to pay. I was amazed at the heart of these people.”

Lovin has since served on the board’s executive committee and on its resource development committee, and anybody who’s laced up for Mount Evans’ popular Fourth of July Freedom Run in recent years can thank Dale Lovin for pulling together one of Colorado’s most family-friendly 5Ks. During his one-year term as chairman, though, Lovin’s brief will expand to include crucial areas like finance, personnel and outreach.

“I’d like to increase awareness about all that Mount Evans does to support this community, and all that this community can do to support Mount Evans,” he says. “They’re quite an incredible group of people, and they truly have become an extended part of my family.”