Greeley native Greg Voelz worked as an elementary school principal for 23 years. Now retired, he manages an apartment building, volunteers at North Colorado Medical Center and the Success Foundation, and spends a lot of quality time with his grandchildren.
Greg chose to be a member of the Success Foundation Board because he believes we are a critical source for teachers and schools that are immensely underfunded right now. “Education is so vital to our future as a free, compassionate country. We can assist in building a better understanding of the needs of our students while providing funds to improve education in Greeley and Evans.”
Voelz is currently acting as co-chair of our 4th Annual Ride4Success. As an avid cyclist, Greg believes this is not only an important event for the Success Foundation, but also to the cycling community in Greeley. “There are not many local opportunities for Greeley cyclists to participate in an organized ride with as many as 500 other riders. It helps show that cycling can be one way to be healthy, while having fun and helping support our Foundation.”
Well said, Greg!
What is a fun fact about you that many people don’t know about?
“I went to school in Greeley [at] what is now Billie Martinez, Heath, and Greeley Central! There were still dinosaurs on the playground it was so long ago!”