Chaucey has an extensive background in healthcare and received her B.S. in Medical Technology from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE. She has held positions in pharmaceutical sales, skilled nursing/hospice, Emergency Medical Services and currently works for Medtronic as a Respiratory Sales Specialist providing sales and clinical education for EMS, Fire and Air Medical Transport.
Moving to Ridgway from Boulder in 2017 has been a dream realized after many years of planning to set up camp in Ouray County. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, trail running, cycling, paddle boarding and hiking peaks and was able to complete her 14er quest in 2012 on Mount Wilson in Telluride. She enjoys getting out with her 2 huskies, Wilson and Stella, that were both adopted from Second Chance. You can catch them strolling along the river path in Ridgway or out on the trails around Ouray and Telluride. At home, time is spent keeping up with her 4 rescue kitties, Honey, Milka, LB (Little Bear) and Peanut, who all recently won the jackpot with the addition of their new Catio (cat patio…and yes, it’s a real thing!).
Chaucey and her family have shared many memories in the area over the last 15 years, and she dedicates her time and resources to honor their lives and love of animals through community work and volunteering at Second Chance. She continues to support events to raise awareness of the human-animal bond, animal welfare and the never-ending quest of finding forever homes for all homeless animals.
“Animals bring so much love and happiness to my life and continue to amaze me every day with their unconditional love and enjoyment of the simple things. I think we can all strive to be a little more like them.”