Highlands Ranch Historical Society Board of Directors

President, Information Technology

David K Hill

Born and raised in California, David had the desire to live in Colorado since the 3rd Grade.  When an employment opportunity presented itself, he quickly jumped on the chance, threw some clothes and a microwave in trunk of the car and headed to Colorado with his lovely wife Sonya.  He loves the scenery, people and culture that Colorado has to offer.  His zeal for organizing and applying his computer skills are seen in the quality and creativeness he puts into the HRHS Web Site.  He has over 30 years of experience in the IT field and has served on several executive boards in California before moving to the Centennial State. He continues to run his people-first consulting services at Far West Computer Consulting.  Since his arrival in the area he has also been keeping busy with his infatuation for the community’s rich histories by serving on the board of HRHS.


David L. Avery

Metro Denver resident since January, 1970.  USAF active duty 1967-1971.  Life member of the Military Officers Association of America,  the Disabled American Veterans & the American Legion.  Analytical Chemist for Sinclair Research after earning a BS degree in chemistry.  Additional undergraduate degree and MBA from the University of Denver.  Retired after more than 34 years as a staff employee holding several positions with the U.S. Postal Service to allow me to enjoy hiking and travel with my wonderful spouse Sande.  When home we are entertained by our furry feline family member.  Presently assisting with the HRHS Board of Directors as Treasurer.   I am the test center manger of the only FCC examination group in Colorado fully certified to administer every FCC radio operator license class examinations. 

Vice President

Paul McKeag

Paul, after moving to Colorado in 1990 and researching where he wanted to live, settled in unincorporated Douglas County in 1993.  Having concerns relating to land use, the quality of development along the C-470 corridor, and a desire for greater input over development decisions affecting the area’s future, he joined with other like-minded residents in 1994.  From that involvement, he was elected Vice Chairman of the Charter Commission, and then Chairman of the Election Commission for the successful incorporation of the City of Lone Tree in 1995.  After moving to Highlands Ranch in 1996, Paul became one of the Founding Fathers of the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce, and served as a Board Member.   Until business travel caused a conflict, he was a dedicated member of the Metro Districts Park and Recreation Board as well.  Paul has also been Santa Claus for children visiting the HR Mansion at Christmas time, and is a current Volunteer Docent for Mansion Tours.  His spouse and grown children, along with their families, have greatly enjoyed the area, especially Highlands Ranch.


David Johnston

David moved with his family to a location just north of Highlands Ranch in 1977.  He watched our neighborhood grow from fields to the large suburb it is today.  David's childhood memories of Highlands Ranch include picking up cans along Daniel's Park Road, picking wild asparagus along the Highline Canal and learning to drive on the streets before the homes came in.  David graduated from Cherry Creek High School, received a bachelor’s degree from University of Colorado - Boulder and graduate degrees from the University of Denver.  David now works as the Director of Program Management for MeteoStar, A Division of Sutron Corporation.  David has had the opportunity to travel all over the US and Canada as a kid along with international travel as an adult and has never found a place he likes more than Colorado.  David has always liked history and currently also volunteers as a Highlands Ranch Mansion docent and is appointed to the Douglas County Historical Preservation Board until 2017.  David is happy to be living and raising his family in Highlands Ranch.

Board Member

Paul Squyer

Retired from USAF after 24 years. I worked a Command and Control and spent A lot of time working at NORAD. I then went to work for Hughes Aircraft as Satellite Engineer.

Vice President

Sara Lebofsky

Sara was proud to be the Volunteer Health Fair Coordinator for the National Health Institute in the Washington, D.C. area; to have organized and been the first president of the Highlands Ranch Senior Club; a long term HRCA Delegate, Ranch Hand, HRCA Community July 4 Parade team member and HR Mansion Docent.  Sara is a Lifetime Member of the HR Senior Club and the Highlands Ranch Historical Society. As the  HRHS Vice-President, Sara provided monthly educational and entertaining programs for numerous years, started the HRHS Tours and helped organize the Wrangler Program. Highlands Ranch has been home for 20 years.  

Board Member, Member

Lynda Clay

• My name is Lynda Clay. My husband is Tim Clay. We have 2 adult children, Caylee and Carston. Caylee graduated from New York University in 2013 with a degree in Dietetics and Nutrition and is living and working in Brooklyn. Carston is a junior at University of Colorado-Boulder majoring in Mechanical Engineering expecting to graduate in May 2018. I am married to Tim and we have lived in Highlands Ranch since 1984. I am a software engineer with over 30 years in the aerospace and telecommunications industries. I have volunteered on many boards in the past including HOAs, school, and other associations. I am currently the president of the mountain community in which Tim and I have a second home. I am also a member of the Douglas county and Castle Rock historical societies. I have a love of history and architecture and would enjoy being considered to be on the board of the HRHS.