PT Alum, Clinic Owner Runs for County Commissioner in Colorado

June 8, 2012

The Castle Rock News Press (Colorado) reports that Douglas County’s Republican voters have a choice including Arcadia alum Roger Patridge in the upcoming primary election for County Commissioner. The primary election is June 26, when registered Republicans will decide which of the two will represent District 2 in November’s general election:

Partridge lives in Sedalia and has been a resident of Douglas County for 17 years. He is married to Nadine Partridge, and the couple raised two boys who graduated from Douglas County and Castle View high schools. They have two grandchildren who live with their son and daughter-in-law in The Meadows. Partridge has a bachelor’s degree in health education from Purdue University; a double master’s degree in athletic training and physical therapy from West Virginia University and a MSPT in 1984 from Arcadia University, respectively; and is a graduate of the Leadership Program of the Rockies. He worked as an athletic trainer at various universities and for the New York Jets and, for the last 25 years, has owned Front Range Therapies, an orthopedic and sports medicine physical therapy clinic in Douglas County. His past public experience includes service as president of a homeowners association; president of a commercial property association; various civic activity; three years as beef superintendent of the Douglas County 4-H program; and two terms on the Douglas County planning commission serving as a member and past chairman.

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