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David McReynolds

David McReynolds is the founder and president of Columbine Health Plan in Denver. A Colorado native, David began his career in the auto glass industry. He later worked in professional sports as the vice president of sales and marketing for the San Jose Diablos of the International Volleyball Association. He was the host of the radio talk show "Sportsprobe," and also has owned and operated companies in advertising and food service industries. In 1993, David founded Columbine Health Plan, a specialty health plan that provides chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy services to over 500,000 Colorado members.

David currently serves on the boards of the American Transplant Foundation, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Denver Police Activities League, Denver Health Foundation, National Association of Specialty Health Organizations, Friends of the Denver Fire Department and the Metro Denver Sports Commission. His past board memberships include the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, Denver Press Club and the Denver Metro Chamber Foundation.

David was recognized with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce's "M. Doak Jacoway Volunteer of the Year Award" in 2003. Governor Bill Owens proclaimed June 16, 2005 as "David McReynolds Day" in Colorado for David’s work in passing landmark legislation and making a difference in the lives of young people in the state. He joined the Denver Health Foundation's board of directors in 1998 and was elected board chair in April 2008.
 He has two adult daughters, Krista and Shannon.