Montoya takes post at Vail Mountain
VAIL, Colorado – Vail Mountain, the largest ski resort in the United States, announced Tuesday that Ramon Montoya has been named fleet maintenance manager, effective Thursday. Montoya will oversee purchasing, maintenance and management of all tracked and rubber tire vehicles at Vail. Montoya will report directly to Paul Fillion, director of mountain operations for Vail Mountain.
“We’re thrilled to have Ramon on board as the new fleet maintenance manager at Vail Mountain,” said Fillion. “His combination of skills and experience will make him a great addition to our team.”
A Vail Resorts employee since 2003, Montoya most recently served as the fleet maintenance parts manager at Beaver Creek Resort where he was responsible for maintaining inventory of all the resorts’ moving vehicles as well as the parts inventory and budget. Montoya brings with him more than 20 years of management experience in the technical and mechanical fields and is a graduate of National University in San Diego.
Montoya is an active member of the community, serving as elected mayor and town manager for the Town of Red Cliff since 2004. He is also the current freshman basketball coach at Battle Mountain High School in Edwards.