Marsha Daughenbaugh: Thank you for the sendoff |

Marsha Daughenbaugh: Thank you for the sendoff

Words are not adequate to express my appreciation to our community for everything done to make my retirement from Community Agriculture Alliance so special.

It started with Matt Stensland’s wonderful article in Steamboat Today, which prompted cards, emails and flowers. The retirement party, hosted by our CAA Board and Alpine Bank, was attended by many friends and working partners who took time from their busy schedules to be there.

Sharon worked her culinary magic to feed the crowd. The slide presentation and video were great. Co-workers, friends and family spoke kind words and told great stories. A Barbara Sanders photograph, given as a gift from the CAA Board, is already a treasured part of our home. The establishment of a legacy endowment fund in my name at Yampa Valley Community Foundation for CAA is incredibly humbling but will help Community Agriculture Alliance thrive in the future.

I am grateful from the bottom of my heart for everything done to send me into the world of retirement. I am indeed a lucky woman.

Thank you,

Marsha Daughenbaugh

Steamboat Springs

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