Bob Dapper –Director of Development & Marketing
Bob Dapper or “Dap” as we call him has lived in Steamboat for 47 years and loves and appreciates the valley like many long time locals.
Having spent 30 plus years with Christy Sports as Director of Mountain Operations he knows the importance of customer service and quality products bringing about a natural fit with AMR.
Bob loves spending time with his horse and being outdoors. He’s a cyclist and a runner and loves the agricultural heritage of our valley as well as all the activity’s that come with living here.
Dap is the Board President of Humble Ranch Riding & Therapy Center in Steamboat Springs, VP of Mountain Village Partnership, and on the Economic Development Board of Directors.
Cheryl A. Krumrie – Sales Coordinator
A Wisconsin native, Cheryl was lured to the Yampa Valley for the summer outdoor activities. She has a Master’s degree in Sports Marketing and worked in sports radio sales & marketing, and at the Western & Southern Open professional tennis tournament in Cincinnati. Cheryl most recently was the Regional Sales & Marketing Manager at Radio Partners in Steamboat Springs. She is a board member for STARS – Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports and has also served as a board member for Girls on the Run and the Local Organizing Committee for the USA Pro Challenge.
As an outdoor enthusiast, Cheryl enjoys road cycling, distance running, skiing, and tennis. She bravely fast-packed the Grand Canyon Rim 2 Rim for the first time in September 2013.
Jamie Curcio – Construction Manager
Jamie, born and raised in Steamboat Springs, relocated back to the Yampa Valley in 2014. While he realizes that leaving the valley for most of his twenties was important, he now reflects that moving back to the place he calls home has been even better.
Professionally, Jamie has found success in construction and operational management. He holds a Construction Management degree from Colorado State University and has over twelve years of experience in several sectors of the industry. Additionally, Jamie played a significant role in the construction and planning of some of the most prominent buildings and developments in the Steamboat Springs area.
True to his native roots, Jamie’s main hobbies include mountain biking and camping during the summer months, and snowboarding and back-country touring in the winter months. International travel is also a passion of his, as he enjoys immersing himself into cultures and viewing the world from different perspectives.
Catherine Smith – Ranch Administrator
Catherine has lived in Colorado most of her life and graduated from Colorado State University with a Degree in Environmental Sociology. She brings a background of high-end guest services in multiple disciplines with Wyndham resorts and real estate to exclusive sled dog tours as well as experience in high-end property management and operations.
“Cat” is certified by the state of Colorado as a Community Association Manager.
She enjoys the great outdoors and loves to cross country ski, snowshoe and take her dogs on long hikes. Outdoor activities are her passion, which is why she loves Steamboat Springs.