Rob Hendry is a third generation rancher and Natrona County resident. Rob is a three term County Commissioner, first elected in 2006. In December of 2016 he was elected to be the Wyoming County Commissioners Association President.
He formerly served on Farm Service Board, the Wyoming Beef Council, the Natrona County Predatory Animal Board and Natrona County Fire District Protection District Board. Rob is Past President of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and Past Vice-Chairman of the Policy Division of National Cattleman’s Beef Association. Rob serves on the First Interstate Bank Board of Casper, the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust and the Brucellosis Task Force. Rob was selected to the Wyoming Agricultural Hall of Fame in 2009. Rob and his wife Leslie and their two boys own a ranch, Clear Creek Cattle Co., in Fremont, Washakie and Natrona Counties. In 2001 he started an oil field construction company.
Troy moved to Laramie County with his family in 1981 and has been a resident since then.
He graduated from Seton Catholic High School in Cheyenne in 1989, Troy went on to attend Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. He was a Cornell National Scholar and a Cornell Tradition Fellow. He also played football at Cornell and was a First Team All-Ivy League Center. Troy had the extraordinary opportunity to play in the Epson-Ivy Bowl in Tokyo Japan while at Cornell.
After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Animal Science in 1993, Troy then went on to Washington State University, College of Veterinary Medicine where he graduated in 1997 with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
Troy then moved back to Laramie County and went to work as an associate veterinarian at Avenues Pet Clinic. In 1999 he purchased Tri-State Veterinary Clinic and has been a practicing veterinarian and small business owner here ever since. Troy has lectured around the country on Arthritis in Hunting Dogs for Pfizer Animal Health and has had several articles published in Pheasants Forever magazine.
He is married to Beth (McNamee) Thompson from Pine Bluffs and together they have a blended family of eight children, five of them still living at home.
His hobbies include hunting, camping, bike riding, and coaching youth football.
Troy has served as Laramie County Commissioner since January 2010; he is the Commissioners' liaison to several other local boards, is a member of the National Association of Counties and serves on the Executive Board of the Wyoming County Commissioners Association.
Jim Willox was 1st elected a Converse County Commissioner in November of 2006 and has been active in the WCCA ever since. Jim served as Chairman of the WCCA Transportation Committee for the past 6 years. He is a 4th generation Converse County resident, having grown up on the family ranch south of Douglas. In 2001 the family sold the ranch and they “moved to town”. Jim and his wife Tione are licensed real estate agents and own and operate T&J Maxi Storage along with several rental properties in Douglas and Casper.
Jim graduated from the University of Wyoming in December 1989 with a degree in Agriculture Business. He has previously served as an officer of the Converse County Stockgrowers, Douglas Moose Lodge and the Douglas Board of Realtors. He was an active member of the Wyoming Republican Party serving in several positions, culminating as State Chairman from 2003 to 2005.
Jim has been a WHSAA Basketball official for 15 years and was a USA wrestling official for 10 years.
Jim and Tione have 2 sons, Bo who lives and works in Lander, and James who is a Sophomore at the University of Wyoming.