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john W. madden jr.

 
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The John Madden Legacy

Real estate developer John W. Madden, Jr. is known for his timing and vision. The 1970s launch of Greenwood Plaza office park kicked off four-plus decades of nationally acclaimed Greenwood Village development and community commitment. A passionate supporter of many Denver art and cultural institutions, John founded the Metropolitan Club, Museum of Outdoor Arts, established Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre and opened The Madden Museum of Art. His contributions also include the Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) and the Madden Merit Scholarship for Boy Scouts of America, Denver Area Council.

The creation of METRO CLUB at Fiddler’s Green will be John Madden’s crowning jewel. It is a testament to a lifetime dedicated to creating award-winning spaces that celebrate community and elevate living. In Madden style, it will be a masterpiece of art, architecture and ingenuity.

 
 
 

 
 
 
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SCOTTIE taylor iverson

Scottie has blended career and community for award-winning success. She is a virtuoso of executive leadership, with three decades of experience as the driving force in public relations, advertising, marketing, image packaging, fashion and special event planning roles. Scottie is an agent, publicist, marketing consultant and speaker and emcee who has garnered local, regional, national and international awards for her clients as well as her own company Swan Taylor Denver. She has earned two National Newspaper Association awards and more recently four Colorado Press Association Awards for The Villager newspaper where she is Fashion & Lifestyle Editor. Deeply ingrained in the Denver community, Scottie has chaired numerous fundraisers and fashion shows, served on and led dozens of boards, founded support guilds and has been blessed with several community honors including Metropolitan Club Member of the Year. She originally shared her talent with the John Madden Company team during the development of Greenwood Plaza office park.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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Ed Dauer

Metro-Club Fiddlers Green Secretary
Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Law, University of Denver Strum College of Law.

 

 
 
 
 
 

 
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David Oppenheim

The Metro-Club Fiddlers Green Treasurer, and Past President and former CEO of the Metropolitan Club. Also put that he is a Captain, Ret., in the US Navy.