Lyons Gaddis, Longs Peak Hospital leaders added to Longmont EDP board

LONGMONT — The Longmont Economic Development Partnership has added two new directors to its board and re-elected three incumbents.

The new members are Cameron Grant, managing shareholder at law firm Lyons Gaddis Kahn & Hall PC, and Longs Peak Hospital president Lonnie Cramer.

Dan Gust of Gust Family Enterprises, Enersys/ABSL Space Products business development manager Joe Troutman and Left Hand Brewing Co. founder and president Eric Wallace were re-elected to their positions on the board, according to a LEDP news release.

All of the directors will serve two-year terms.

Longmont City Council members Marica Martin and Tim Waters have been appointed to serve non-voting liaisons to the board. 

LONGMONT — The Longmont Economic Development Partnership has added two new directors to its board and re-elected three incumbents.

The new members are Cameron Grant, managing shareholder at law firm Lyons Gaddis Kahn & Hall PC, and Longs Peak Hospital president Lonnie Cramer.

Dan Gust of Gust Family Enterprises, Enersys/ABSL Space Products business development manager Joe Troutman and Left Hand Brewing Co. founder and president Eric Wallace were re-elected to their positions on the board, according to a LEDP news release.

All of the directors will serve two-year terms.

Longmont City Council members Marica Martin and Tim Waters have been appointed to serve non-voting liaisons to the board.