Paula Felicia Anzell-Morris was a champion of the Colorado Construction Industry and a student of life. She jumped in where needed and had a lasting impact in each endeavor that challenged her.
Paula was a natural-born leader and former resident of Las Cruces, N.M., she was deeply involved in that community prior to moving to Bailey, Colo. As the co-owner of Front Range Commercial Windows and Doors, Paula was a member of the National Association of Women in Construction and the American Subcontractors Association.
She was dedicated to making a difference in her community, and was the former president of the Platte Canyon School District School Board, as well as assistant coach to the debate team and a favorite substitute teacher. She received the Colorado Association of School Boards “McGuffey Award” for her committed and passionate service.
Because Paula's legacy is to bring positive and meaningful change to her community and to the construction industry, the ASAC Board of Directors formally approved the ASAC Paula Anzell-Morris Celebration of Life Scholarship March 21, 2018 as a tribute to Paula and the ASAC workforce development initiative.
About the Celebration of Life Scholarship
- Two (2) $5000 Scholarships Awarded Annually
- First Award: Fall Semester 2019
- Legal Colorado Resident Applications
- Student pursuing a career in construction as a graduating senior or returning to school to pursue an education in the trades, engineering, design, finance, business, law etc.
- Colorado University, College, Vocational/Trade School
Paula Anzell-Morris Celebration of Life
Absolute Caulking & Waterproofing, Inc.
American Subcontractors Association Colorado
Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Belaire Sitework Services
Commercial Enterprises, Inc.
Delta Dry Wall, Inc.
Diamond Excavating, Inc.
EKS & H
Forsberg Engerman Company
Front Range Commercial Windows & Doors
National Association of Women in Construction, Denver Metro Chapter
Peerless Products, Inc.
Nixon, Shefrin, Hensen & Ogburn
Smalley & Company