My Name is Cheryl O’Brien

Retired teacher, grandmother, lover of outdoors

Tabatha Stewart
Posted 5/8/18

About me I moved to Colorado from South Dakota three years ago to begin a new life with Dan. I retired from a career in education as a teacher and administrator. I have two adult children, Lauren, …

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My Name is Cheryl O’Brien

Retired teacher, grandmother, lover of outdoors

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About me

I moved to Colorado from South Dakota three years ago to begin a new life with Dan. I retired from a career in education as a teacher and administrator. I have two adult children, Lauren, Pat (Lindsey); three grandsons, Marty, Pete, Eddie; and my dog, Max. 

Why I love Colorado

I love the beauty of Colorado and its people. I enjoy being active through tennis, golf and the outdoors. I am a proud member of the Parker Chorale and quintet, One More Time, which performs in service at senior living communities. A highlight in my move was to become a member of Cherry Creek Valley Rotary of Parker, to spend time with fellow Rotarians and the amazing students in Rotary Interact Clubs at Legend High School, Cimarron Middle School, Colorado Early College and Lutheran High School in service.

The world would be a better place if . . .

We left each day better than the last, did the best preventative care for our health, learned something new every day, invested time and resources in our youth and  found ways to have fun.

My inspiration

My inspiration is my family and faith; advice from my dad who told me “be true to yourself, your work and your friends.”

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