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Lorri Guild- Chairperson

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Lorrie Guild-

Is a  life long resident of Uinta County, Wyoming living on both sides of the county.  Lorrie was raised in Evanston and now resides outside of Fort Bridger.  Lorrie is currently the Regional Real Estate Manager for 1st Bank, Division of Glacier Bank.  Prior to her current position Lorrie served as the Bridger Valley Branch Assistant Manager in Mountain View, Wyoming.  Lorrie has been employed in banking for just shy of 33 years and has enjoyed working with the public and facilitating their banking needs.   She has been involved with the BLN organization for many years and has served on the BLN Board since September 2013.

Phillip O'Driscoll- Co-Chair

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Phillip O’Driscoll-

I was born January 19th, 1982 in Roosevelt UT. I was the second oldest (or the middle child however you want to see it). I moved to Evanston in 2001 after I spent a year at college at WWCC in Rock Springs WY. I met my wife in Evanston while working at Wal-Mart. I was promoted to Assistant manager in February of 2005 and moved to Vernal Utah for training. After 17 weeks of training my wife Joel and 2 daughters moved to Price Utah. In August, my son Tyler was born. In 2007, I had an opportunity to move back to Evanston to be an assistant manager at this Wal-Mart. I have received another promotion at this store. I have been back for 10 years now and look at everywhere I have lived and really feel that Evanston is my home. I have done many tasks within this community. I have been a coach for the Jr. Jazz basketball program. I have been a T-ball coach. I have been a local coordinator for CIEE an exchange student program. I am a volunteer Fireman with the EFD. I was recently asked to be on the board for the UCBLN and I am currently serving as the Co-Chairperson. 

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Deb Hovde- Secretary

Deb Hovde-

Serves as Secretary of the UCBLN Board of Directors.  She is representing Union Telephone Company where she is employed as the Corporate Administrative Assistant. Deb has formerly served on the Uinta County School District #4 School Board in the capacity of Clerk, and on the Lincoln Uinta County Child Development Association Board of Directors.

She was Co-Founder of the Wyoming Families for Hands and Voices Organization, which is a state chapter of a national organization that supports families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

She has a special interest in serving on the UCBLN board as her son has been involved in the UCBLN-MentorABILITY program for many years from which he has received numerous rewards.  From writing a resume, learning how to maneuver himself through an interview, how to communicate properly with co-workers and employers, clarifying expectations from supervisors and the development of a positive work ethic.  Thanks to this program he and his employer will reap the rewards from these learned skills his entire work life.

Deb enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, reading and being close to God’s beautiful creation here in southwest Wyoming.

Travis Hogman

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Marny Huffaker was born in Evanston and raised in Woodruff, Utah.  She has been involved with Uinta county in many ways.  Marny is the store manager at Murdoch’s ranch and home supply.  She loves being active in the community and serving others.  She enjoys helping with special Olympics.  She loves improvement and making others successful.

Shona Schiemeyer

Shona Scheirmeyer- My husband Greg and I are residents of Lyman Wyoming, where we have lived for the past 6 years. I am a mother of an amazing son, Kasey Martin, and three wonderful daughters Tasha Sanchez, Shantell Martin and Kayla Martin-Gardner.  I am also a very proud grandmother to 12 beautiful grandchildren. I grew up in Lyman and moved away to advance my career in the field of collection Services.  I have an extensive background in collections where I have excelled during my 27 year career.  I have worked with large corporations, such as Sprint and Ford Motor Credit Company, but my passion for life in a small town brought me back to Lyman where I am currently Bridger Valley Electric’s Collection Specialist.

Although, my career has been in the field of collections my true passion has always been to provide aid to those in my community.  I have served in numerous church callings were I dealt directly with the youth and special needs children who require extra support and love.  I received my certification for substitute teaching through Lyman School District working with children at all academic levels.

  My passion and drive for that in which I am involved have contribute to the character I hope to portray to others.

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