Amber Flenniken runs for Summit County coroner

Amber Flenniken formerly served as Summit County's chief deputy coroner and now she's running for coroner in 2022. Flenniken has been a Summit County local for 27 years and has spent five years in in the Coroner’s Office.
Amber Flenniken/Courtesy photo

Summit County’s former Chief Deputy Coroner Amber Flenniken is running for Summit County coroner.

Flenniken — who has been a Summit County resident for 27 years — has worked in the Coroner’s Office for the past five years and also works at St. Anthony Summit Hospital as a patient care tech and a security officer.

Her other credentials include being an emergency medical technician. She’s certified by the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators, and she is certified through both the Colorado Coroners Association and Mental Health First Aid USA. Additionally, she’s a nationally certified emergency medical technician and she also has her American Heart Association CPR certification.

Flenniken will be vying for the Democratic seat during the primary election on June 28.

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