David Crawford is a retired teacher and administrator. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in English Education from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, and his Masters Degree in Special and Gifted Education at Adam's State Teachers College, with continued studies and certification at Trenton St. Teachers College in Trenton, NJ and UNM in Albuquerque, NM. His formal teaching career spanned 35 years and included students ranging from elementary to college level. While teaching and after retirement, David served on many community planning committees ranging from trash removal to HOA boards to Education Certification Committees. He recently served on the Los Lunas comprehensive plan citizens committee. He is an avid tinkerer and somewhat of a technology addict. His proudest endeavor was to design and help open the local recycling center as a cooperative effort with Los Lunas to develop hospital and training school client jobs and build a facility that would serve Los Lunas residents. He was born and raised in the Southwest and now lives in Los Lunas with his partner of 27 years.