Meet our Staff!
Jake Hofmann our full time Facilities/Maintenance Lead for CLWSA. His day to day responsibilities include coordinating and executing water deliveries, sewer hauls, and technical field problem solving and repairs.
Jake is a Colorado native who joined our staff in November 2017 and has been a full-time resident of Crystal Lakes since that time. Jake is an Army veteran serving two tours in Iraq. Prior to his work with CLWSA, Jake was employed at UC Health in the emergency department and worked as an EMT-B on an ambulance.
He has a son, Ozius, who is 9 as well as an extended family with his wife, Brianna that includes 2 dogs, 4 lizards, 2 tortoises, and a snake aka: The Hofmann Zoo. Jake enjoys golfing, fishing, dancing, and spending time with friends and family.
Susan Sheehan works part-time as our Office Administrator. Her primary day to day responsibilities include creating work orders and processing payments for residential water and sewer hauls, communicating with field staff, providing customer service for owners, and providing administrative support for Board and Member meetings.
Originally from Florida, she relocated to Colorado where she received her degree from Colorado State University.
Susan retired in 2016 to reside full time in Crystal Lakes where she and her husband are building their home. She has two children, four grandchildren, and a great grand baby. She is a volunteer with Friends of Red Feather Lakes Library, likes to read, enjoys hiking, and our beautiful Crystal Lakes area.
Darla Pisciotti joined the Water and Sewer team in May 2019 as a seasonal Office Assistant. She will be working part-time in the office from May to September to help the Association provide extended hours for the summer season.
Darla has been a full time resident in Crystal Lakes for 2 1/2 years. She is fascinated with all the wild life sightings, wonderful fishing and great 4-wheel opportunities that Crystal lakes offers .She is excited to be a part of the Water and Sewer team!
Milo David works seasonally from May to September as the 6th Filing Host and a part-time Facilities Maintenance Technician. Milo is an additional point of contact for owners in the 6th filing during the busy summer months. Milo also helps out with special projects for the community as a whole. Milo gained seasonal employment with CLWSA in 2018 and enjoys working with the dedicated staff.
Milo was born and raised on a farm in southern Minnesota. After high school, Milo served two years in the US Army.
He and his wife Marilyn have been married for 50 years, and have two daughters. They purchased property in filing 15 in 2001 for camping. In 2011, they purchased their home in the 6th filing and have lived there ever since. Milo is interested in woodworking, carpentry, fishing and anything mechanical.