Linden proudly served in the US Navy until his retirement in 1983. As a veteran he likes to do what he can to help our veterans get any help they need. After working for The Office of the Comptroller of Currency (OCC) for 17 years he retired in 2003 and moved back to Colorado. Since 2006 Linden has been an active member of Prospectors Sertoma Club. Through the years he has held several club officer positions and district positions including District Governor and current District Lieutenant Governor. He is a co-coordinator and intrical part of developing and running the Prospectors gun shows. Linden works over 1,100 volunteer hours a year with Sertoma, fundraising primarily for speech and hearing charities. Through Sertoma Linden has been part of the H.E.A.R.S. Committee for eight years, and is the current Chairman, a position that he has held three other times. He has also been board members for other non-profits through the years including Good News Foundation and has helped deliver food for needy families.
Jari has been an educator for 38 years. She has taught K-12 as well as undergraduate and graduate classes at Regis University. Through these years Jari has designed several classes for all learning styles and abilities. She has mentored hundreds of students. Her passion for educating others included an after school program she designed for her students to write and publish a book about the history of their town. She truly wants others to be the best they can be. Her older brother served in Vietnam, and her husband was in the Air Force for 12 years. She has a passion for our veterans and always encourages them to strive to be their best.
Brett is an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is involved in several organizations that give back to the community and has been bestowed the unique honor of a Good Neighbor at Fort Carson. The Fort Carson Good Neighbor program is designed to recognize one civilian each year from the surrounding communities who, through his or her efforts, enhances the quality of life for Soldiers and their Families. Brett earned this exceptional distinction by continuing his work of offering free hunting programs at his ranch. He has coordinated pheasant hunts with other likeminded local business leaders by paring them with military members before they deploy. These special hunting trips are free to the military member. To date his group have offered this amazing program to over 4000 military members. Brett is truly concerned about the metal health and wellbeing of our military and veterans alike.
Daniel J. Crampton, PsyD, Paramedic, is the COO and co-founder of Status: Code 4, Inc. (SC4I). Dan has a Doctorate of Psychology degree. Daniel wrote his dissertation on PTSD and Compassion Fatigue experienced by paramedics. Throughout the years, he learned techniques such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Neurofeedback, cognitive behavioral (CBT) and rational emotive behavior (REBT) therapies, Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM/CISD), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Tapping, Suicide Prevention, Transactional Analysis, Gestalt, and many other modalities. He has the compassion and knowledge to help every hero with the traumas they suffer.
Liz has been a bookkeeper, teacher’s aide, Cub Scout troop leader and a 4-H instructor when her kids were small. She was a cake decorator and wedding coordinator for 20 years. For her second career she worked for a Behavior Health Group for 15 years. Liz has belonged to Prospectors Sertoma for many years and is the current club treasure. She has been a club officer for approximately 10 years and has helped coordinate the Prospector gun shows. Liz has a heart for giving and wants our veterans to have the best care possible.
Alison is a licensed Psychologist specializing in Trauma and Neuropsychology. She has mentored and supervised other young psychologists in treatment techniques and psychological testing. Dr. Walls has encouraged and developed these mental health professionals to become well versed in all forms of treatment especially treatment of trauma. As a graduate instructor Dr. Walls taught courses in traumatic stress, neurodevelopment and clinical skills. As an instructor she was able to develop curriculum utilizing best practice and the most cutting edge techniques in her field. Her father and husband are both combat veterans and she has helped many soldiers at Fort Carson with their trauma issues.