Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Names New Committee Chairs for 120th Celebration
CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Frontier Days™ (CFD) General Committee has named its new committee members for the 2016 celebration.
Following Darin Westby as General Chairman is current Concessions Chairman, Bill Berg. Retired from the United States Air Force, Berg works as a Department of Defense Employee. Berg has a degree in Engineering Technology. A CFD volunteer for 19 years, he was elected as a HEELS member in 2010.
Following Concessions Chairman Bill Berg is Alan Stoinski. Stoinski works for Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power, and has an AS Degree in criminal justice. A CFD volunteer for 17 years, he was elected as a HEELS member in 2012.
Following Contestants Chairman Matt Jankovsky is Kevin Wells. Wells will be the first Rodeo Committee Chairman. Wells works for the State of Wyoming at DEQ, and has a degree in biological sciences. A CFD volunteer since 1988, he was elected as a HEELS member in 2003. In 1994, Wells was selected as Contestants Committee Volunteer of the Year.
Following Contract Acts Chairman Larry Kehl is Scott Fleming. Fleming is a welding supervisor at Dyno Nobel Inc. He has been on the Contract Acts Committee for 19 years, and he was elected as a HEELS member in 2008. In 2004, Fleming was selected as Contract Acts Committee Volunteer of the Year.
Following Grounds Chairman Ed Vossler is Bill McInerney. McInerney is an Auditing Manager for the State of Wyoming. He has a degree from the University of Wyoming. McInerney has been a CFD volunteer for 21 years, and he was elected as a HEELS member in 2001.
Following Parades Chairman Jimmy Dean Siler is Terry Ruiz. Ruiz is the owner of One Hour Cleaners. He retired as a Master Sergeant from the United States Air Forces after 23 years of service. Ruiz has be a CFD volunteer since 1981, and he was elected as a HEELS member in 2005.