President - Jane Nelson
A Laramie native, Jane attended Laramie schools and then the University of Wyoming. After receiving a doctorate degree in English at the University of Utah, she taught at Texas A&M and then returned to Laramie. After a long and fulfilling career at UW, she is now retired. She enjoys caring for her grandchildren and researching family and local history. Her great grandfather arrived in the Laramie area in 1868, so Jane is part of six generations of working and living in the southern corridor of Carbon, Albany, and Laramie counties.
Vice President - Kim Viner
Kim Viner is a sixth generation Laramie native. A graduate of Laramie HS and the University of Wyoming, he joined the U.S. Navy in 1974 and served as a Naval Intelligence Officer attaining the rank of Commander. He now spends his time volunteering at the Laramie Plains Museum as a researcher and docent and is on the board of the Albany County Historical Society.
Secretary - Dicksie May
Dicksie is a local historian, who currently serves as the Ranch Tour Historian for the Albany County CattleWomen and is the Historian for the West Side Laramie League of Neighbors. She is an active member in the Laramie community, and is in the process researching and writing Albany County Ranch Histories.
Treasurer - Cecily Goldie
Bio coming soon!
Board Member - JESSICA FLOCK
Bio coming soon
Board Member - Janice Jacquot
Janice Jacquot retired in 2001 after 40 years working as a secretary. She enjoys working in the flower gardens, quilting, knitting and reading mysteries, historical novels and biographies.
Board Member - Katherine Kasckow
Katherine Kasckow graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor's in History and minors in Museum Studies and African American Diaspora Studies. She is currently the Preservation Programs
Assistant at the Alliance for Historic Wyoming, a statewide historic preservation non-profit. She is working on a Wyoming Historical Society research project entitled "Places and Spaces of
Cheyenne's African American Community: A Cultural Landscape Study
Board Member - Elnora Frye
Elnora L. Frye and son arrived to Laramie from Torrington, Wyoming in the fall of 1959 when husband, Neil A. Frye entered University of Wyoming Agricultural College. Her experience was as secretary in the Albany County Extension office and later worked in the lunchroom for the Albany County School District. While living and raising their three children on the University Stock Farm, her interest was in the history of the property, in which she researched and produced a historical record book on the Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary published in 1990. As a member of the Albany County Historical Society has served as president and served on the board member for over thirty years and is a member on the Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary Board, as well as a member of the Albany County Cattlewomen Club. Her interest is in her church, family of four grandsons and researching Wyoming’s agricultural history.