Who Are We?

We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide immediate financial assistance to the families of First responders (EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement) who have lost their lives in the line of duty in the Montezuma and Dolores County. With the support of our community and our members, we have been able to grow with the hope to continue in the event that something was to occur closer to home. We have been fortunate not to have that happen since Dale Claxton was killed in the line of duty on May 29, 1998.

The 100 Club of Montezuma

Our Mission:

To Help First Responder Families during their time of need by:

  • Easing financial strain
  • Aiding with funeral expenses
  • Ensuring their children’s tomorrow
  • Responding within the first 24 hours after tragedy strikes

Meet the Board

President: Kaylee Green

100 Club of Montezuma President

I have been a police officer for 10 years.  I love being a first responder, it brings so much joy to my life. I love helping people.  Being on the board for the 100 Club means the world to me, because if something happens to any of my brothers and sisters, there would be help for them, and their family.  That’s why it’s so important to me to be a part of such an amazing non-profit organization.  We are dedicated to our First Responders.  God bless them all.


Vice President: Kathy Bishop

The 100 Club of Montezuma Members

Being part of this 100 Club means a lot to me. My husband was a Deputy for 18 years and almost lost his life in the line of duty and now my son is a firefighter. I also have lots of friends that are first responders. I have a true passion for the 100 Club of Montezuma because we as a club are there for the first responders and their families.  I am a member of a great club that will be there in the time of need – this is why I do what I do.




Secretary: Dixie Peck

I am Secretary of 100 Club of Montezuma County. I have worked @ Southwest Memorial Hospital for almost 15 years. I have been married to Gene Peck, for 30 years, we have 7 sons, 2 of which are in Law Enforcement. I am involved with Southwest Intertribal Voice. I love being able to help our community in anyway that I am able.I am a gate keeper on QPR trainings, I just completed the class on Human Trafficking.



Treasurer: Bobbie Jo Smith


Additional Board Members:

  • Christopher Alvarez
  • Scott Anderson
  • Joe Butterfield
  • Gene Peck
  • AJ Bruce


  • James and Diane Campbell
  • Ed Merritt
  • Heather Alvarez
  • Joanne & Kenny Goode
  • Dixie & Gene Peck
  • Ralph Smith
  • Justen Goodall
  • Brad Ray
  • Ryan McCluney
  • Richard Ballantine
  • Jenna Adams
  • Dallas and Leila Parga