Richard L. Staller, D.O. is a board certified member of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. He has practiced family osteopathic medicine in the Evergreen area since 1983. A native of the Chicago area, he first came to Colorado in 1969 for and Outward Bound Mountaineering course. He attended Colorado State University before entering medical school at the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri.
Dr. Staller has been recognized for his volunteer work for Indian Health Services, Colorado Chapter of United Nations, and is on the national Directory of Who’s Who. He is past president of the Denver Tri-County Osteopathic Medical Society and Mt. Evans Medical Society. He has been chairman of the Colorado East Bahá’i Schools Committee and served in other capacities for the Bahá’i Faith. he has been a member of Colorado Society of Osteopathic Medicine, Colorado Medical society and an alternate to the American Osteopathic Association House of Delegates. Dr. Staller is also past president of the Denver Osteopathic Foundation and has been a member of the board of directors since 1992. He has been a House of Delegates member of the Colorado Medical Society.
Dr. Staller has served on the Ski Patrol for Loveland Ski Doctors, fly-fishes and enjoys horses and hiking. He plays a variety of musical instruments and styles from bluegrass to sitar. he and his wife, Kathy, have been married over thirty years and have two children Sara and Alexander.