Profiles of your friends and neighbors, as published in the Portrait @ Home special section.
With his dog Sasha in the bed, Melvin Rettig stands between a small orchard at his Rettig Farms and the 1949 International truck that belonged to his father.
Local Grand Junction attorney Rose Pugliese is photographed on her grandmother’s couch at her Palisade home.
Standing in the middle of his den at home, Al Lefebre points to his prized collection of presidential campaign buttons on the wall.
Grand Junction resident Donald Tyler, a retired doctor, works to transform wood into effigies of birds at his home in early February.
Patti Hill’s dinning room, one of her favorite in her home, is where she edits hard copies of a manuscript.
Don Espeland is an active Kiwanis member, and works with servicepeople bound for Iraq and Afghanistan.
Grand Junction resident Don Espeland photographed in his workshop at his Mesa Crest home in early February.
Sherry Clingman appears next to a cutout of one of her favorite Broncos, John Elway.
Sherry Clingman is one of the area’s biggest Broncos fans.
Jeanne Urbach plays her cello, which she played with the Grand Junction Symphony for 31 years.
Jill Henwood, founder of the local chapter of Girls on the Run, says one of the goals of the group is to build self-esteem.
Floyd Keller holds a model of one of the helicopters he piloted while serving on the White house crew which flew presidents Nixon, Ford and Carter around.
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