Donald P. McCoy
Assistant Professor Don McCoy prepares diagnostic radiologic technologists to become ARRT-registered Radiation Therapists. He holds an Associate of Applied Science in Radiation Therapy Technology from Community College of Denver, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Colorado State University, and a Master of Arts in Healthcare Organizations from University of Denver.
After working for CCD for a year (’90-’91) as part of the Amnesty Program, Don rejoined the faculty in 2011. While away from CCD, he worked as a radiation therapist in the Denver. He also was a radiation oncology manager for a few years. Prior to enrolling at CCD, he was active duty in the Navy on a destroyer. He was also in the Navy reserves for about 10 years.
Don and his wife live on 10 acres of irrigated property just south of Loveland. They currently have 10 goats and 13 alpacas (for their fiber), 7 chickens, 5 cats, and 2 dogs. Their three daughters are all grown up and they enjoy their time on the farm.