I am a proud Wyoming native, have been born in Casper and growing up in Bairoil and later moving to Manderson. I also graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1994 with a double BA—Secondary Social Studies Education and Elementary Education. After teaching middle school social studies and science for three years, I worked as a unit director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley in Alamosa, Colorado for four years, and was the Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Campbell County in Gillette for four years.
I received a Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS) designation from the Hartford School of Insurance in 2005, and became a Farmers Union Insurance agent in October 2006.
I have a wife, Rajni, and two children—Jessanie, 21 and Gibson, 18.
As a native of Wyoming, I have always appreciated the small town values and sense of community I’ve experienced in this beautiful state. I volunteer as a coach youth basketball and soccer and am an active supporter of the Gillette College Pronghorn Athletics Booster club.
Hobbies & Passions
I enjoy playing the guitar, painting, hunting and fishing and studying the American Civil War.