“Thirty-six years ago, this Buckeye trailed westward to Laramie, Wyoming to attend the UW College of Law. Within days of reaching Wyoming, I knew I had found “home.” Since graduation, my wife, Cindy, and I have set up camp in Cheyenne, Gillette, and Sheridan. We raised two daughters and a son who is now “mostly” out the house,” says Councilor Beaver. In Cheyenne, Councilor Beaver worked as an Assistant Attorney General, advising and representing several state agencies. He also held an administrative position with the Office of State Lands & Investments. While in Gillette, he held the position of Chief of Staff for the Campbell County Commissioners. In Sheridan, he served as a Deputy County & Prosecuting Attorney for a little over two years. He advised all the county elected officials and handle civil litigation. He currently is the Council President for the City of Sheridan.
Councilor Beaver has been involved in volunteer work in every community, including serving on the Board of Directors of several non-profits. He also served as an ordained elder in churches in Cheyenne and Gillette. Counselor Beavers wife, Cindy, teaches part-time at Sheridan College and is a real estate agent with ABC Realty. There daughter’s, Lindsey and Maddie, are both receiving bachelor degrees magna cum laude. His son, Noah, is a competitive swimmer, currently on the Colorado Mesa University Men’s Swim Team. For fun, he enjoys fly-fishing in the Big Horns, sailing at Lake De Smet, and swimming.