Skip to main content

Who We Are


Carbon Valley Chapter NSDAR History

The organization of the Carbon Valley Chapter NSDAR began in 2016. The following women began working on a new chapter for the tri-town areas of Dacono, Firestone, and Frederick, and Mead Colorado: Past State Regent Peggy Norton; organizing secretary, Patty Ament; organizing chapter regent, Debra Brodhead; Nelda Pennington; and Kristine Scott.

The first planning meeting was held in August 2016 and a genealogical workshop was held in October 2016 at the Carbon Valley Library in Firestone, Colorado. On April 1, 2017, the chapter held it’s organizing meeting at the Carbon Valley Library in Firestone, Colorado, with thirteen members and several guests. The National Board of Management confirmed the chapter on April 5, 2017.

Organizing chapter regent, Debbie Brodhead, worked with U.S. Senator Cory Gardner from Colorado to have a United States flag flown over our national capital on April 5, 2017, in honor of this confirmation. This is now our chapter flag. Veteran, Larry Bruntz, created a special gavel and presented it to the chapter at the organizing meeting.

2019-2021:  WHO WE ARE 

In 2019-2020 our Executive Board of Directors are: Regent Debbie Brodhead; Vice Regent, Nancy Gapter; Corresponding/Recording Secretary, Connie Masson; Treasurer, Amy Lister; Registrar, Esther DeManche; Chaplain, Kris Scott; Librarian/Historian, Nancy Brzycki.  We have a total of nineteen members and appropriately fifteen active members. We have forty prospects with about fifteen actively working on their lineage to become members.

This website was last updated on July 30, 2019 by the webmaster.