Glen Barnard named Grand Park board chairman
The Grand Park development of Fraser has announced the addition of Glen Barnard as chairman of the board.
The owner and developer of Grand Park — Cornerstone Winter Park Holdings — Tom McCloskey and Clark Lipscomb, welcome Glen’s arrival with excitement and anticipation of his contributions and talents, according to a statement released by Cornerstone.
“The breadth of Glen’s experience and depth of knowledge will expertly complement those of Mr. Lipscomb, Grand Park’s president,” the release said.
“Glen has extraordinary development, construction and business expertise. We are delighted he is joining Grand Park as Chairman,” said McCloskey, chairman of Cornerstone Holdings. “He brings a wealth of experience, from all levels of management in product design, marketing, construction and development, and the insights that come from running a successful large homebuilding company and fast-emerging startups. He will be a great addition to our team.”
Barnard has more than 25 years of experience in the home-building industry with KB Homes and Pulte Homes, supervising land acquisition and planning, selling and construction. He has also been involved in the development and management of eight start-up businesses both within the homebuilding sector, as well as other industries.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of Kansas, and an MBA in finance from Indiana University. He has lived in Colorado since 1979 and been married to his wife, Barb, for 47 years. They have two grown children and four grandchildren.
Grand Park is a planned community in Fraser at the edge of Winter Park. For more information, visit http://www.grandparkco.com/community/.
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