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Meet Tony Phelps

Tony has been with GSA since March 2015 and started his new position as the Lead Property Manager for Roads and Grounds for the Denver Federal Center in October. In this capacity, he ensures all landscaping, sidewalks and roads are maintained as well as oversees all utilities coming into the DFC.

Tony is a 20-year Air Force veteran who came to the GSA after serving with the Army Medical Command as a Construction Quality Control Representative. His diverse career includes 27 years in building construction and maintenance, contract project management, quality assurance and as a government project manager.

Tony’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management with emphasis in Project Management, an MBA and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration. He spends his personal time helping veterans with remodeling and maintenance work for their homes. He is also an American Legion Rider and was named as his posts top mileage rider award 2015 with over 3,500 miles for veterans and community volunteer programs. He is married and the father of five children, with one currently a college student in her Master's program.

We also say goodbye to Charlie Carruth who will retire in December. From all of us at GSA, thank you Charlie, for your years of dedicated support to the team.

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Meet Rich Stebbins

Rich is the new Region 8 Public Affairs Officer where he will be the point of contact for the development of press releases, coordinating with media representatives and answering all media inquiries.

Rich comes to GSA after serving 25 years in the U.S. Army, 10 of which he served in progressive leadership positions as a Public Affairs Officer. Most recently, he served as a Communication Specialist for the City of Boulder.

His education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Geology and Geophysics. Rich lives in Loveland, CO with his wife and daughter. He enjoys photography and hiking, both of which involve taking in the scenic views of Colorado.

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