Last week’s Brass Ring Luncheon was an event not-to-be missed, with and incredible fashion show featuring renowned designer Marc Bouwer. The annual event raised funds for the Children’s Diabetes Foundation (CDF), and this year honored a very special woman in the organization, Susie Hummell.
Susie is a proud Denver native and has been a member of The Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation since 1978. There she quickly became involved with the planning and execution of the Carousel Ball, Carousel Days and more, proving to be what she would call an, “organizer extraordinaire.” Several years later, when she was working with the Denver Broncos in 1996, she received a call from the CDF asking her to join the staff as Guild Coordinator. For the past 20 years Susie has given CDF her “ALL”, taking The Guild on. She has helped to foster the programs, create new, more events, and built strong relationships throughout her career.
Susie and her husband, Richard Hummell were high school sweethearts at Englewood High School, and have been together for 51 years. Together they have 2 children and 9 grandchildren. In her spare time, Susie is an active member of her church, and an avid Bronco, Rockies and Av’s fan. On a warm summer evening you may see she and Richard cruising around town on the Harley Fat Boy. The grandkids are her “passion” and feels blessed to have a special relationship with each one. She can often be found “hanging out” with one or more of them…“Loving every minute of it.”
The CDF is proud to honor Susie for the amazing contributions she has made to the organization over the past 20 years at this year’s luncheon. Her impact on The Guild has been tremendous, and she has been an indispensable member of the CDF staff for the past two decades.
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