Jeff Williams Photo Member #: 64
Member Year: 1982
Jeff Williams
Bio Summary
Community Activity Summary
Jeff was a youth hockey coach for his son's team through the Young America Program as well the Little Ceasers. He coached a variety of teams with different levels of development. He was very active with coaching little league baseball with different youth groups. He was an advisor with Junior Achievement and many activities at the Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind.H
Occupation Summary
Citadel Bank 1974 -1975 First National Bank Colo Spgs 1976-1995 Park State Bank 1997-2000
AdAmAn Service
Served as Secretary Treasurer from 1985 to 1994. Served as Vice President from 1995 to 2009.
Hiking, camping, outdoor activities and gardening.
Climbing Experience Summary
He completed 25 climbs with the Club.


Bio Detail
Community Activity Detail
Occupation Detail
He started his banking career at the Citadel Bank just out of College, loved the industry, recruited by friends ad soon found job with the First National Bank of Colorado Springs and joned them in January 1976. Relocated to Woodland Park, Colorado after taking a postion with Park State Bank. Enjoyed the small bank atmosphere.     

After enough of the banking industry, I am administering a Trust Foundation in Tellerr County. 

Climbing Experience Detail
Enjoyed all the climbs a great deal, loved every minute of those trips. Last climb in 2008 had a very close call as I was blown off my feet by the strong winds and traveled down to a very close edge of a cliff where I was rescued by other climbers. Very glad to get into the summit house after that close call.


Memories From First Climb
I was  called to fill a spot on the climbing list as I was on my way out the door to go to work. I was the first alternate and a climber came up ill on the morning of December 30, and I got my call to fill a spot and never looked back. I was extremely fortunate to have been given that opportunity.
Memories From First Member Year
I remember how excited and honored I was to be elected as the New Member. I do remember the deep snow we encountered between Barr Camp and timberline. As I was getting exhausted breaking trail, other climbers would take over the duties of breaking through the snow. I will never forget those very unselfish gestures. 
Memories of Family
I always enjoyed and treasured the time hiking with my then father in law Ken Geddes.
Favorite Memories from Climbing Fourteeners
I have to say how much I appreciated the memories of AdAmAn Forebearers as they influenced club envolvement, including Ken Geddes, Jim Bates, Al Pierce, Bob Stafford, Bruce Sommers, John & Mike Graham. The list could go on and on.
Memories from Favorite Mountain Climb
Memories of Favorite Gear
Memories of Worst Gear Failure