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Doug Lutz, 66 years old, has had a remarkable lifetime of fascinating careers. From owning a saloon in Montana; flying in helicopters and blowing up dynamite in the oil and gas exploration industry; working in numerous toxic hell-holes in the hazardous waste business, being a bank president in Colorado and New Mexico and finally as a civil servant at the Albuquerque International Sunport. He shares a wonderful historic home in Albuquerque, New Mexico (that houses one of the finest collections of exotic animals in the world) with his talented artist/teacher wife, Carol, two sons, Cody and Colter, both in college, and a pair of standard poodles.