Jodi was born and raised in Rangely, Colorado, and has been here for 39 years. She also has her associates in PHR. Jodi currently works as the HR Director/Executive Assistant at the Rangely District Hospital.
She is married to Doug Dillon and has two children, Alex who is 16, and Alli who is 4. Some of her hobbies include gardening, reading, and shopping.
“My favorite thing about Rangely is the people and how we care about one another.”
Shawn was raised in Meeker, CO, and graduated with an associate degree from CNCC. What brought Shawn to Rangely was the long history his family has here, that being, his family bought the trash company in 1986.
Shawn is married to Misty Morgan and has two children, a son & a daughter. Some of his hobbies include rock crawling, hunting, shooting, and loving the outdoors.
"I like the people of Rangely & the small-town atmosphere. Rangely has so much freedom to offer, being literally surrounded by public property that we can enjoy every day with ease.”
Born and raised in Rangely, Lisa graduated from Rangely High School and received an Associate Degree in Applied Science from Mesa State College in Grand Junction, Colorado. She and her husband, a Rangely native as well, have two daughters.
After graduating from college, Lisa moved back to Rangely and started working for Colorado Well Service, which later became Key Energy Services where she held various accounting positions, eventually becoming the Business Manager and Treasurer. In 2006 she came to the Town of Rangely as the Treasurer and became the Town Clerk in 2012. Her background includes all phases of accounting, payroll and Human Resources.
Lisa's service to the Town of Rangely did not start with her employment. She has served on the Rangely School Board, Rangely School Foundation Board, Rangely Hurricane, Rangely Soccer Association and is currently serving as an advisor to the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce and Treasurer for the Rio Blanco School's Federal Credit Union.
"I have always found wonderful aspects and opportunities in Rangely. The people in this community are always inspiring me to do better."