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Cheyenne Frontier Days Names New Committee Chairs for 123rd Celebration

CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) General Committee has named its new committee members for the 2019 celebration.

Following Alan Stoinski as Concessions Chair is Brad Westby.  Brad works for the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services; he has Masters in Business Administration and a degree in Political Science.  He has been a member of the Concessions committee for 16 years and a member of the HEELS organization for eight years.

Following Scott Fleming as Contract Acts Chair is Randy Krafft.  Randy works for the State of Wyoming Retirement Systems and served in the United States Air Force for nine years; he is a graduate of Preble High School in Green Bay, Wis.  He has been a Contract Acts volunteer for nine years, including five years as a Lead Assistant.

Following Bill McInerney as Grounds Chair is Jerry Moberly.  Jerry is Vice President at Wyoming Financial Properties, Inc.; he is a graduate of Worland High School.  He has been a member of the Grounds committee for 17 years and a member of the HEELS organization for six.

Following Col. Matt Dillow as Military Chairman is Col. Brian Rico.  Brian has served in the United States Air Force for 22 years; he is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and holds a Masters Degree in Human Resources from Webster University.  He is a volunteer on the Military Committee.

Following Terry Ruiz as Parades Chair is Ruthanne Hubbard. Currently retired, she is a graduate of the University of Utah School of Radiology. She has been a CFD Volunteer since 1992, was named Volunteer of the Year in 2000 and became a member of the HEELS organization in 2011.

Following Mitch Carter as Rodeo Chair is Chad Mathews. Chad works for the Wyoming Department of Transportation as a Transportation Surveys Supervisor; he is a graduate of Hulett High School and he attended Chadron State College.  He has been a member of the Rodeo Committee for 16 years and became a member of the HEELS organization in 2013.

The Cheyenne Frontier Days General Committee will begin the planning process for 2019 by reviewing the results of the 2018 event.