“I always loved Holy Family and the sense of community at the school. When my children started attending Holy Family I became involved in various volunteer opportunities and loved being a part of the HF community again. I wanted to help with the Alumni Association because I think it is a very important aspect of the school and would love to see other alumni become involved and give back to the school. I graduated from college in 1990 from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas with a BS degree in Biology/Medical Technology. In the past I have worked at hospitals in the clinical laboratory. Currently I am working at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver, in conjunction with the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, as the Quality Management Supervisor in Cellular Therapeutics for their stem cell transplant program. My focus is on maintaining the quality and regulatory items for the apheresis and laboratory part of the transplant program. I have been at PSLMC/CBCI for 11 years.”
“I am a firm believer in the power of Catholic education. I want to grow the connection between the alumni and the school. Holy Family has the opportunity to be one of the best Catholic Schools in the nation. A mission driven alumni base will help to make that possible. I teach speech and literature in addition to coaching the speech and debate team. I am the newly elected speech and debate chairperson for Northern Colorado. Four of my five siblings are graduates of HF, and one is a sophomore."
“ I wanted to come back as serve on the alumni association because I believe it has a great purpose and mission. I want to help the association to grow stronger and invest in the future of Holy Family High School, by encouraging alumni to be a part of something bigger and giving back to our a school who built a strong foundation of being successful adults. After leaving Holy Family High School, I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Business and accounting from Regis University. Upon graduation from college, I entered the police academy and landed a job with the City of Commerce City as a police officer. I worked as a police officer and detective for two local police department for 16 years then took a position at the Colorado Attorney General’s office as a criminal investigator of consumer fraud where I am currently employed. I am a second generation Holy Family graduate and my son, Vicente Lopez class of 2022, will be a third generation graduate of Holy Family High School.”