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Super Seniors: Active seniors embody mountain-town vitality

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — If you hang out in Steamboat Springs for very long, you'll notice the town is full of active senior citizens.

Dozens of people 75 and older still ski, mountain bike, lift weights and work out more vigorously than people decades younger than them. They are involved in local service clubs, they volunteer to assist with community events, they serve on boards, and they take time to enjoy all the incredible events our town has to offer, from live music to opera to symphony to theater.

In honor of our booming senior population, the Steamboat Pilot & Today asked readers to tell us about their favorite seniors over the age of 75, and then we asked these Super Seniors to share their secrets to living a long and healthy life.

Learn more about The Longevity Project here

Super Seniors: Neil Forsyth

Super Seniors: Vic Serafy

Super Seniors: Marilyn Searls

Super Seniors: Jim Meyers

Super Seniors: Dean Anthony

Super Seniors: Richard Berkley

Super Seniors: Annie Jeckel

Super Seniors: Juanita Wilcutt

Super Seniors: Gordon Jones

Super Seniors: Roger Carlson

Super Seniors: Carol and I.J. Fisher

Super Seniors: Hans Geier

Super Seniors: Ann Root

Super Seniors: Vanda Nohinek

Super Seniors: David Zehner

Super Seniors: Helen Iacovetto

Super Seniors: Bert Halbertstadt

Super Seniors: Annabeth Light Lockhart

Super Seniors: Win and Elaine Dermody

Super Seniors: Richard Sanford

Super Seniors: Bud and Jane Romberg

Super Seniors: Kathleen Alexander

Super Seniors: Gigi Walker

Super Seniors: Donna Russo

Super Seniors: Don Gore

Super Seniors: Ann Noyes

Super Seniors: Bob and Audrey Enever

Super Seniors: Richard ‘Rick’ Overstake

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