Did you know?
Urban legend holds that a tunnel once connected The Brown Palace Hotel with the historic Navarre building across the street. It is rumored that gentlemen staying at the hotel traveled discreetly by rail car through the tunnel to the Navarre, a one-time house of gambling and prostitution.
Historic Denver Board of Trustees
Historic Denver is governed by a Board of Trustees, serving as volunteers, who oversee the organization's operations, staff, and mission, including the operations of our flagship property, the Molly Brown House Museum. Board members are nominated on an annual basis and new terms typically begin in the late fall. The Board strives to represent a variety of community interests and provide the organization with the diverse skill sets necessary for any successful non-profit organization, as well as guidance on important preservation matters.
Historic Denver seeks new board members each year during the summer months. To express interest please contact Annie Levinsky at (303) 534-5288 ext. 1.
President, Bruce G.Allen Investments
Asarch Center Derrmaspa
Broker, Cushman Wakefield
Attorney, Holland & Hart
Developer, Palisade Partners
Director of Development, Riversage Inns
Architect, Craine Architecture
Architect, Humphries Poli
Ittelson Planning & Implementation
Principal, Indicate Capital
Broker, Leuthold Properties
Real Estate Broker, Fuller Sotheby's
Attorney, Sherman & Howard
Landscape Architect, Retired
Kaydee Smith Myers
Attorney, Property Manager
Partner/Owner, Noble Erickson
Senior Tax Manager, Hein & Associates
Contractor, Interlock Construction
Rich Von Luhrte
Owner, Rockmount Ranchwear
Landscape Architect, Wenk & Associates
2016 - 2017 Board Officers:
Paul Books, Chair
Bob Sarlo, Vice Chair
Rebecca Rogers, Treasurer
Kaydee Smith Myers, Secretary