|Bill Dubois was elected to the board in 2008 and re-elected in 2012. He is active in many civic organizations, serving on the board of directors for the Cheyenne Historic Preservation, the foundation of the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, the Historic Governor's Mansion, the Cheyenne Concert Association, and the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming. He is a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Capital Chorale. He is the past president of the Wyoming State and Laramie County Historical Societies, was honored with a life membership with the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players, was on the Cheyenne Frontier Days Committee and was founding chairman/director of the board that created the Old West Museum. He is now serving on the board of directors for the Cheyenne Depot Museum. He served on the commissions for the Centennial of Wyoming and the State Parks and Cultural Resources.|
|Don Erickson was elected to the board in 2012. He is a former mayor of Cheyenne, serving 12 years from the late 70s through the 80s. He has two degrees from the University of Illinois: BS in Health Education and a MEd in Medical Education Research. He also has a Master of Public Health from the University of North Carolina. Erickson has served on numerous civic and health related boards and organizations. Currently, he is President of the Wyoming Housing Opportunities Association, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Wyoming Health Information Organization, and Treasurer of the Holy Trinity Housing Manor Board of Directors. His professional career includes: Wyoming State Health Educator; Research Specialist and Wyoming Director of WICHE-Mountain States Regional Planning Program; Executive Secretary of the Wyoming Health Training Network; and retired owner of the Don Erickson Planning Service. He and his wife, Jacqui, have five children and six grandchildren.
|Kevin Kilty was elected for a four-year seat on the board in 2010. He was born and raised in Cheyenne, attended the University of Wyoming for two years, then transferred to Montana State University, where he earned a B.S. in physics. He then obtained M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in geophysics from University of Utah. Among other employment, he spent 12 years running geophysical consulting and contracting firms in California, Colorado, and Wyoming; four years as the managing partner of Bar X Ranches in Goshen County, Wyoming; and six years in automation and controls for Shin-Etsu Chemicals in Orchards, Wash. In 2002 he joined the manufacturing engineering faculty of Washington State University, then transitioned to LCCC in 2004. He now teaches mechanical engineering at UW. His interests include electronics, hiking, tennis and reading. He is an author, a member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and a reviewer of proposals for National Science Foundation. He and his wife, Trina, have one daughter. |
|Christine Lummis was elected to the board in 2012. She was born and raised in Cheyenne and attended Cheyenne schools including Trinity Lutheran and Laramie County Community College. She also attended Northwest College in Powell, Wyo., on a livestock judging scholarship. She has extensive work experience in production agriculture in Laramie and Niobrara counties, road construction and local governments. Her volunteer efforts include the Legend of Rawhide in Lusk, Wyo., the Cheyenne Animal Shelter, Cheyenne Frontier Days, CFD Old West Museum, Cheyenne Hills Church, and private animal rescue, and the Big Laramie Valley Volunteer Fire Department at Wycolo, Wyo.|
|Elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2010, Brenda Lyttle is an attorney and works for the Wyoming Department of Family Services as the child support enforcement director. She received a bachelor’s degree in English and theater arts from Drake University in Iowa, and her juris doctorate from the University of Wyoming. She has attended classes at LCCC, acted in and directed theater productions on campus, and plays clarinet in the LCCC Wind Symphony. Brenda is very active with Cheyenne Little Theater Players and loves long-distance running and motorcycle riding with her husband, John. She has two daughters, Jennifer Hammitt and Rebecca Fournier, and two step-children, Aaron and Sara Lyttle.|
|Carol Merrell was chosen for the board in October 2009 and elected in 2010. She is a registered radiological technologist, an LCCC graduate and has a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Wyoming. Currently she manages her family’s rental real estate business. She is an enthusiastic volunteer for several organizations. She has volunteered for Safe House, the Downtown Development Authority, the Parent Advisory Committee at Central High School, her church and Youth Alternatives. She has been an active volunteer at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center for the past 10 years and is a past president. She also serves on the CRMC Foundation Board. One of her projects, as a volunteer, was Merrell’s Morsels, in which the volunteers sold cookies in the lobby to raise money for scholarships offered to LCCC students in the health-related professions. The volunteers' goal of $100,000 was met in May 2009. She is also an associate member of Civic League, a member of PEO and several other groups. Carol is married to Art, a psychiatrist, and has four children and six grandchildren. She enjoys tennis, reading, bridge, gardening and traveling. |
|Ed Mosher was elected for a two-year seat on the board in 2010 and re-elected for a four-year term in 2012. He served for four years in the military (1965-1969) and returned to Wyoming to complete his bachelor’s degree at the University of Wyoming. He has lived in Wyoming for more than 40 years, working in education nearly all that time. Mosher was a faculty member at Laramie County Community College from 1977-2009 and taught at Cheyenne Central High School and Torrington High School for a total of five years prior to his time at LCCC.|
He earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from the University of Wyoming. He was a higher education representative to the Wyoming Education Association (WEA) Board, president of the Wyoming DECA Educators Association and president of the LCCC Faculty Senate. Ed and his wife, Edie, also a graduate of LCCC and the University of Wyoming, have five children, all of whom attended or graduated from LCCC, and six grandchildren. All five children have earned a bachelor’s or higher degree.