Deep Colorado Roots

Don Coram was born and raised in Montrose, Colorado, on a family farming and ranching operation along with his sister, Darla, and brother, Dwayne. While growing up, Don’s parents ran Stockyards in Montrose and Grand Junction, Colorado. Don’s wife Dianna Coram is a third generation Delta, Colorado, girl. Together they have one son, Dee, who is also their business partner. Don, Dianna and Dee are proud to have such strong roots and a history all throughout the 3rd District.

A Lifetime of Service

Ranching, mining, environmental reclamation, and Main Street business are what you will see when looking at Coram’s background. Strong community participation has always been very important to Don and Dianna and is apparent in their past and current involvement with organizations like the San Juan Cancer Center, the Dolphin House, Magic Circle Community Theatre, and Welcome Home Montrose. Don has served as Director and Treasurer on the board of School District RE -1J in Montrose, Colorado. Don Coram also served as Treasurer and President of the Delta-Montrose Vocational Center and served on the Board of Directors for the Western Small Miners Association and the San Juan Regional Council of the El Pomar Foundation.

Prior to being elected by the people of House District 58 to serve in the Colorado House of Representatives in 2010, Don served as 2nd Vice-Chairman of the Montrose County Republican Central Committee and was selected by then Colorado State GOP Chairman Dick Wadhams to serve on the CRC Executive Committee. In January 2017, he was selected by the Senate District 6 vacancy committee to replace State Senator Ellen Roberts, who resigned after 10 years of representing the people of House District 59 and Senate District 6. He was elected to a full term in the State Senate in 2018.