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The Connection welcomes two new team members

Kay Bryant, Staff Writer

Paul Masovero, Advertising Account Manager

By Elean Gersack; courtesy photos

The Castle Pines Connection is excited to announce the addition of two new team members, a writer and an advertising account manager.  

Kay Bryant joins the staff as a writer.  Her background includes a 25-year career in business communications, including technical writing, website content management, graphics and marketing.  She and her husband, who are newly empty nesters, recently relocated to Castle Pines after living in Aurora and Southern California.  

Besides writing, Bryant loves time with family and friends, cooking, decorating and spending time hiking, biking, and walking in the great outdoors of Castle Pines.  Bryant is looking forward to writing about a variety of topics for the newspaper.  “I am thrilled to be part of the Castle Pines Connection staff, and I look forward to working in and contributing to this wonderful community,” she stated.  

Paul Masovero joins the team as an advertising account manger.  He is a long-time Colorado resident who attended Arapahoe High School in Littleton and graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango.  He has lived in Castle Pines for 16 years and recently retired from the title industry after spending 30 years at Heritage Title Company as vice president of builder/land development, working with many of Colorado’s homebuilders and developers.  He enjoys helping people find new ways of solving problems and expanding their potential.  He and his wife Sandy take pleasure in couples’ golf vacations and dining out, and he enjoys photography and making yard art such as rusty iron and stone sculptures.   

Masovero will primarily focus his advertising efforts with businesses in the travel and leisure, casual fine dining, Colorado craft beers, and golf industries.  “I am excited to be a part of such a respected publication and hope to bring some new and interesting businesses to the Castle Pines community’s attention,” shared Masovero.

Castle Pines Connection publisher and owner Terri Wiebold is proud of her growing staff.  “We are thrilled to have such talented and enthusiastic neighbors from 80108 joining our team,” she said.  “Our entire staff is invested in the community and hopefully that comes across in the stories we share and translates to a more personal approach to doing business.”  

Please join us in welcoming them to our team!



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