Business Owner & Fashion Connoisseur

Tangy and her husband, Brad, were high school sweethearts in Enid, Oklahoma and have been married for almost 45 years. In 1978 Tangy and her brother, Stuart Hough, opened Stuart-Buchanan Antiques in lower historic downtown Denver, specializing in French, English, German and Scandinavian provincial furnishings. Tangy has impeccable taste and is now a consultant for Carlisle, a marketer for high-end women’s clothing, with seasonal trunk shows shown in showrooms by appointment located in the heart of Cherry Creek.

Tangy, like many community leaders, credits the Junior League of Denver for teaching her how to lead through volunteerism, effective action and charity.

Tangy believes strongly that based on the needs of each city and state: “Charity should be handled locally.” She’s back in the fold with several of her favorite charities, and it was time to recognize her for all she has done – and is still doing. She is slated to be the next President of the “Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation” working on behalf of the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes which creates awareness of the disease, sponsors activities and assistance to diabetic children and their families, and funds research programs to find a cure.

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