Mrs. Laurie Nash grew up on beautiful Swan Lake in northern Minnesota where she met her husband of the past 28 years. During the Iron mining “boom days” near Hibbing MN, she became one of the first women maintenance mechanics for Butler Brothers. After 11 years with that company, the couple decided to move to Denver Colorado in 1985 and she enjoyed working as a Security Guard for the University of Denver over the next 23 years. Early retirement sounded good and so she joined her husband (a retired Denver Sheriff) in 2012. In fall of 2014 she came to serve the Tribunal as the Receptionist/Transcriptionist, and continues to be very active in her Catholic Parish, St. James, as a Sacristan and Cantor.
The Receptionist/Transcriptionist is the main point of contact at the Tribunal. She provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks and is responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate associates, mail distribution, flow of correspondence, as well as additional clerical duties. She also serves as the transcriptionist for all the depositions at the Tribunal.