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CCJHS grad climbs highest peaks in Colo.

July 8, 2011

Teusch poses on top of Pyramid Peak with North Maroon Peak, another conquered mountain, in the background. — Photo contributed

A local native just completed a 30-year quest to climb the highest peaks in Colorado.
Denny Teusch, a 1976 graduate of Columbia City Joint High School, and the son of Bob and Marilee Teusch of Columbia City, set out in 1982 to scale the state’s top 54 peaks, each over 14,000 feet in elevation.
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