The Estes Park Board of Realtors had their annual bowling tournament on Friday, May 16 at Chipper’s Lanes. They had a great turnout from Realtors and the affiliates. Everyone enjoyed bowling and pizza compliments of Poppy’s Pizza. Area businesses and sponsors (over 50 of them) helped with support and prizes. Due to the generosity of these folks, and everyone who attended and bought raffle tickets, the tournament raised $4,250 for Crossroads Ministry for Flood Relief. Show above is EPBOR president Mike Richardson presenting the check to Virgil Good of Crossroads Ministry.
Javier Gomez is a new associate broker at the Prudential Team Realty in Estes Park.
“My wife Maria and I first came to visit Estes Park in 2010 when our son started attending CSU,” he said. “We fell in love with the town and in 2013 we decided to buy a place here. Last November when I finally retired from the Air Force we made our permanent move.”
Before getting his real estate license, Javier spent almost 27 years on active duty doing various jobs. The first half of his career he was a production manager for aircraft maintenance and the second half he spent managing electronic warfare and controlling aircraft from the AWACS aircraft and ground based air control squadrons.
“As a family we have been fortunate to have traveled all over the world but Estes really stole our heart,”?he said. “We couldn’t think of living anywhere else. We have met many wonderful people already and are looking forward to meeting many more. We love anything outdoors and spend a good amount of time in the park hiking and wildlife watching. We also enjoy bike riding, jogging, kayaking, rock climbing, photography and when the weather is too bad to go outside we spend time reading and watching movies.”
Javier can be found almost every day at the Prudential office in Upper Stanley Village.