Jerry Marchese currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Adams County Fire Protection District. He has served on the Board of Directors since 2002. Marchese grew up in West Denver and moved to the Welby area in 1971. He continues to live in the fire district, where he raised his three children. Marchese worked for Safeway for 41 years and is now retired.
Ken Ciancio currently serves as Vice President of the Adams County Fire Protection District Board of Directors. He has served 10 Years on the ACFPD Board. Ciancio is a native of Adams County, a graduate of Ranum High School and Regis University. He is also a member of the Westminster Public Schools Board of Directors and serves as Chairperson of the Adams County Foundation.
Anthony Spano currently serves as Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Adams County Fire Protection District. He has served a total of 10 as a board member for the fire district. Spano was born and raised, and continues to live on the family farm his family has owned since the early 1930's. He inherited the farm and greenhouse that his father and grandfather owned and operated. Spano currently grows bedding plants in the greenhouses and sells farm-fresh produce directly to the public on site. In the early 1970's, the family grew Colorado carnations. During the summer, the farm also hosts farm-to-table dinners.
Joseph Domenico currently serves as Assistant Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Adams County Fire Protection District. He has served a total of 22 years as a board member and has held all positions on the board. Domenico was born and raised, and continues to live in the fire district. He was the third generation to work in the family business until 2017, when he accepted a position at Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church as maintenance facilitator. He enjoys being able to work for the community he grew up in.
Gene Brienza currently serves as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Adams County Fire Protection District. He was elected to the board in 1996. Brienza was born, raised and continues to live in the district where he raised his three children. He served as the Deputy Water Commissioner for District 7, Division 1 for the past five years. He was a supervisor for Rocky Flats Environmental Technology site for 13 years. He is a retired firefighter who worked at West Metro Fire Rescue for 21 years.