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Allan is married with two grown children and has lived in Cheyenne for over 44 years. After graduating from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA, Allan taught junior high science and math for three years before moving into an engineering role. In the 38 years of his professional career, he worked in the State Engineer's Office and 19 years as the Administrator of the State Board of Control Division. Allan's work experience is in water rights, water law and Wyoming water issues, although he now enjoys retirement. Allan has held many church positions over the last 14 years and currently serves as elder and along with being on the worship committee. He enjoys walking, yard work, playing guitar, writing music, and Taekwondo. Allan states, "I hope my experience in water issues can aid the Board of Public Utilities in securing safe and reliable new sources of water for our growing community."
Growing up in Nebraska and Missouri, Keith enlisted in the service and was stationed at FE Warren AFB. Deciding to make Cheyenne his home following discharge from the Air Force, Keith began working in the construction industry. As co-founder of Mechanical Systems Inc. (MSI), he sees the value of community and quality working relationships. After more than 35 successful years, Keith and his business partner recently passed along most of the business to several of their long-term and dedicated employees. While working part-time for MSI in an advisory position, Keith now volunteers his time working on the Governor's Workforce Development Council, Cheyenne LEADS Leadership Board, Cheyenne Airport Board, Cheyenne Country Club Board, and the Foundation Board for Saint Mary's Catholic School here in Cheyenne. Keith and his wife, Shawn, own and operate a cattle ranch in Northwest Nebraska and are the proud parents of three children and 14 grandchildren.
Guthrie, a third generation Wyoming native, was born in Newcastle. She has a J.D. and B.A. degree from the University of Wyoming. In her professional career she was a law clerk, Deputy Attorney General for the State of Wyoming, Cheyenne City Attorney and Executive Director of the Wyoming State Bar. After retiring from the practice of law, she was an adjunct English instructor at Laramie County Community College. Guthrie has been involved in many Cheyenne and state organizations. She enjoys walking her dogs, doing yoga and playing the trombone.
John has an extensive background in both vertical and underground construction. For the last twelve years, he has managed a land development firm and worked on projects in Cheyenne, Laramie, Casper, and Northern Colorado. His professional areas of expertise include large scale community master planning, corresponding infrastructure construction, environmental protection, and land reclamation. He is a past recipient of the Bronze Congressional Award for volunteer service for multiple organizations in Cheyenne including the hospital, Life Care Center, and the Old West Museum. He enjoys golf, music, art, and spending time outdoors. He is passionate about seeing our city reach its maximum potential and ensuring high quality infrastructure elements for our residents for many generations to come.
Jeff Fassett, a University of Wyoming College of Engineering graduate and former Wyoming State Engineer, brings his expertise in water rights, water resource engineering, policy, and water-related law to Cheyenne's complex water supply system. Jeff’s career as a leading water professional spans over 45 years including work in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. Jeff is enjoying retirement and fills his free time cycling, hiking, traveling, and visiting with his three children and four grandchildren. Jeff is also a member of the Cheyenne Greenway Advisory Committee and the Greenway Foundation.