Senior Resource Services is governed by a dedicated Board of Directors, staff, and a team of volunteers that work together to serve the needs of seniors in Weld County.
Our Board of Directors
Kent Naughton is an partner at Witwer, Oldenburg, Barry & Groom where he specializes in a wide variety of civil matters, from litigation to complex transactions. Prior to joining his law firm, Kent served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Walker D. Miller, United States District Court, District of Colorado. Kent earned his BA in Political Science at Colorado State University, and his JD at the University of Colorado. He lives in the Greeley area with his wife Kelyn and their two daughters.
Michael Muskin has spent over 25 years working primarily for human service non profits. He was the Executive Director for three of those non-profits; Greeley Transitional House, Team Fort Collins, and Weld County Partners. Michael’s last position was at the University of Northern Colorado as the Development Director for the College of Education. He is currently retired.
Donna Dosch is a retired business owner of a medical laboratory in the Greeley area that she started with her husband. Donna has been a volunteer driver for SRS since our inception. Along with the pleasure of helping seniors in our community, Donna cites her exposure to their needs as important. She explains that, “as volunteers, we hear over and over again the gratitude expressed for the gift of transportation and the questioning of what they would do without this service.” Her hope, as a board member and volunteer, is to increase our scope of service.
Ben Gonzales has served as the Assistant Administrator at Fairacres Manor in Greeley for nearly 10 years. Working with seniors is his passion and he says that he could not see himself doing anything else. Ben is also very active in the community, including his service on the Senior Resource Services Board of Directors. He is married to Angela, and together they have two daughters.
Joyce A. Scott, PhD
Joyce A. Scott, PhD, retired to Greeley in 2015 following 50 years in public higher education including 32 years as an executive at four universities, a national association, and a state university system. As a faculty member, she taught courses in French, linguistics, and higher education, mentored 29 students to the EdD in Higher Education Leadership, and published over 30 scholarly articles. Dr. Scott is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Zonta Club of Greeley, and several professional associations. She grew up in Greeley, attending Cameron Elementary as well as Meeker and Heath Junior High schools. She lives in Greeley with her two Dalmatians, Dilly and Maisey.
Janet Bedingfield began as Assistant Executive Director in September, 2015, becoming the Executive Director in September of 2016. Janet’s career was spent as a primary classroom teacher and State Farm Supervisor before making the move to the non-profit arena. Her volunteerism has included school booster boards, Trinity Episcopal Church Vestry/Governing Board, Relay for Life Ceremonies Chair, Cattle Barrons’ Ball Silent Auction Chair, Team Fisher Co-Chair, Greeley Independence Stampede, and Guadalupe Shelter Non-Event Sponsor Committee. Her passion for SRS’ mission stems from the belief that our aging population is not highly visible and rarely asks for help, resulting in an honorable, deserving, yet vulnerable population being underserved.
Shelby Florio grew up in Weld County, graduated from AIMS Community College, and attended Colorado State University. Her varied work experience, outgoing personality, and organization skills make her a natural fit for the position of Volunteer Coordinator. Shelby’s passion for helping seniors began when, as a young stay-at-home mother, she was the only family member available to transport her beloved grandparents to medical appointments.
Jordelle Antonio was born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii and moved to Greeley, CO to attend the University of Northern Colorado. She earned her BS in Human Services and minor in Psychology in May of 2017. Jordelle developed a strong sense of devotion for the senior population after taking multiple gerontology classes while in college and from spending time with her aging grandmother. During her free time, she likes to workout, hang out with her boyfriend and pets, and keep in touch with her family in Hawaii. Jordelle deeply admires the mission of SRS and is thrilled to be a part of the SRS team.
Savannah Devore is originally from Illinois but has lived in Greeley, CO most of her life. Savannah recently graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in May of 2018. She enjoys playing sports, reading and traveling. Savannah has always had a close relationship with her grandparents and great-grandparents. She started volunteering with older adults in high school and has loved the population since she can remember. While in college, she volunteered numerous times for SRS. She enjoyed her time at SRS and loves SRS’ mission as a non-profit and knew it was the perfect place for her to do her internship/VISTA term.
SRS Van Driver
Stephen Lake is originally from the Chicago area and earned his Bachelor of Science degree at Northwestern University. He served in the US Navy for 3 years and his career at Eastman Kodak Company lasted for 30 years. Stephen is married to his wife, Roberta, and they have been married for 52 years and have 3 children who are all out of the nest. Stephen enjoys running, playing piano, reading history, trains and driving. He is also a substitute teacher for the Poudre School District. Overall, he loves helping others.
SRS Van Driver
Donna Arnold retired from the U.S. Government, followed by several years of employment at North Colorado Medical Center. She continued working part time in various position. In January of 2017, she discovered SRS and started driving the van as a substitute driver. Donna is married, and together the couple have 7 grown children. After marrying in 2000, the newlywed moved to Evans and they just love the area! Donna enjoys quilting, which she hopes to get back to in the near future. She and her husband also look forward to taking some day trips this summer.
SRS Substitute Van Driver
Sue Perdue was born in Kansas and has lived in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Tennessee. She now lives in Colorado with her husband John and they have been married for 45 years. She has 3 adult children (Rachel, Suzanna, and Jonathon) and 1 son in law (Travis). She has 4 great little joys, her grandchildren (Ginger, Jonas, Clover and Ravi). On her free time Sue enjoys crafting, sewing, reading, going to the movies, traveling and enjoying life. Sue understood the needs seniors have after hearing multiple stories from a friend who works with the aging population and seeing the needs her parents have and not being able to help them. She says that driving the van is something that she could do and had the time to do to help the aging population.
SRS Substitute Van Driver
Colleen Dunn and her family moved to Eaton, Colorado, in 2016 from Lincoln, Nebraska (Go Big Red). She said that they are loving the weather in Colorado and looking forward to many adventures in this beautiful state. She is married to her husband, Bob, and they have three children (Hayes, Emily, and Chloe) and one very spoiled dog (Blue). Colleen enjoys meeting new people and finds seniors especially wonderful to share stories with.
SRS Substitute Van Driver
Donna Sewell started volunteering for SRS in 2014. A month later, she joined the SRS staff as a van driver. Donna also serves as a First Transit bus driver in Longmont. Donna was born in Colorado, has 2 daughters, 5 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. Donna just loves driving and being with people. She says that the seniors are especially fun because they have so much knowledge and information, which they are glad to share.
Senior Resource Services (SRS) provides rides to seniors throughout Weld County with the help of more than 92 dedicated volunteers! We thank each of you for your service to the community!
Serving Seniors in Weld County free of charge, regardless of income, since 2006.
Senior Resource Services volunteers and staff at the September 2017 Volunteer Appreciation Event.