Governor sends 2007 appointments to Senate
February 20, 2007
(Cheyenne) - Gov. Dave Freudenthal today sent his 2007 appointments for state boards, commissions and agencies to the Wyoming Senate for confirmation. Several people from Sublette County were appointed or reappointed to state boards.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMISSION, WYOMING
Antonette Noble, Cora. Reappointment.
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY COUNCIL
Kirby Hedrick, Pinedale. Succeeds Mark Gordon.
LIVESTOCK BOARD, WYOMING
Albert Sommers, Pinedale. Representing bovine/District 3. Succeeds Dale Micheli.
TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION, WYOMING
James Latta, Pinedale. Representing District 3. Succeeds Jim Carroll.
WATER DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
Dan Budd, Big Piney. Representing Division IV/adjudicated water rights holders. Reappointment.
In addition, the Governor made the following appointments:
Ron Ommen, Director of the Department of Administration and Information.
John Etchepare, Director of the Department of Agriculture.
Patrick Crank, Attorney General.
Mike Geesey, Director of the Department of Audit.
Robert Lampert, Director of the Department of Corrections.
Cynthia Pomeroy, Director of the Department of Employment.
John Corra, Director of the Department of Environmental Quality.
Terry Cleveland, Director of the Game and Fish Department.
Dr. Brent Sherard, Director of the Department of Health.
Ken Vines, Commissioner of the Insurance Department.
Milward Simpson, Director of the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.
Edmund Schmidt, Director of the Department of Revenue.
John Cox, Director of the Department of Transportation.
Joan Evans, Director of the Department of Workforce Services.
Deborah Baumer, Director of the Office of Administrative Hearings.
Tom Satterfield, Member of the Board of Equalization.
Lynne Boomgaarden, Director of the Office of State Lands and Investments.
Terry Adcock, State Mine Inspector.
Diane Lozano, State Public Defender.
Steve Oxley, Member of the Public Service Commission.
Michael Purcell, Director of the Water Development Office.
Ken Daraie, Executive Director of the School Facilities Commission.