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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Lives in: Silt (originally from San Antonio, Texas)
Occupation: Registered nurse in the cath lab at Valley View Hospital
The last song stuck in your head: “The Sky is Crying” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
“That was on this morning. I love that song.”
What are you known for? “I love food. I cook good ceviche. I’m also a Harley rider.”
(His co-worker, Deb, then leaned in and said he’s also known for being “an excellent cardiac cath lab technician nurse.”)
What’s something you’ve always wanted to do? “Just really travel a lot.
“I lived in the Virgin Islands, so that was one of the things I really wanted to do.”
What’s something you want in the future? “Buying a home with property, living in the mountains.
“I love scuba diving. I still want to scuba dive the Red Sea. That’s one of my ultimate goals.”
Lives in: “In the middle of nowhere in New Castle, on a county road.” (Born in Aspen, she went to school in Carbondale)
Occupation: Communication coordinator at Valley View Hospital
The last song stuck in your head: “‘America’s Next Top Model’ theme song. My little girl likes to sing it.”
What are you known for? “I guess I like to bake, and I’m Zoe’s mom.”
What’s something you’ve always wanted to do? “I’d like to see Moscow. I’ve been to a lot of places. I’ve lived in England for a little while, but I want to see Russia.”
Lives in: Vail (originally from Sioux Falls, S.D.)
Occupation: Electrician (currently doing a job at Valley View Hospital)
The last song stuck in your head: “Probably a Bob Dylan song. ‘Blowing in the Wind.'”
What are you known for? “I’m known for that, too (never cooking), and being outdoors, I guess.”
What’s something you’ve always wanted to do? “Go to Alaska.”
Why? “Just for the scenery and the wildlife ” that’s for sure.”
Lives in: Silt (originally from Puerto Vallarta)
Occupation: Lead registrar at Valley View Hospital
The last song stuck in your head: The “Spider Man” theme song
What are you known for? “I’m helpful. I’m a good mom.”
(Laughing) “Not cooking.”
What’s something you’ve always wanted to do? “Travel ” to Europe.”
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