Name: Tiffany Myers
Job: Grants Administrator at Eagle County Schools
Lives in: Gypsum
In high school I was … A Cheerleader.
If I was a T-shirt, I would be (fabric, color, any print?) … Soft worn cotton, grey probably with a pink breast cancer ribbon on it.
What’s the best thing about your town? The small town feeling.
The best thing about my job is … The people I get to work with.
As a kid, I always … Liked to argue. My dad always told me I should be an attorney.
If I could be any superhero, I’d be … My Mom. She may not be a “formal” superhero but she is the strongest woman I know and she is my Superhero.
If I was given a million dollars, the first thing I’d buy is … A house that the whole family can fit in for family dinners and holidays. I would make donations to Crawlin’ to a Cure and other such organizations that help support cancer patients.
Greg Sparhawk, along with partner Jim Comerford, have proposed a large development of fairly small homes for the north side of Minturn, near the town’s railroad yards. The partners are under contract with Union Pacific Railroad for the property, which is across Minturn Road — also known as County Road.