Leadership

Bryan Miller

Bryan Miller
County Chairman

Mr. Miller became the Sheridan County Chairman in August 2017, after serving several as the County State Committeeman for the Party.  He is active in Wyoming politics and regularly attends/participates in local and statewide GOP events.  Additionally, in 2014 he ran for one of Wyoming’s United States Senate seats. Mr. Miller graduated from Sheridan High School in 1984, the US Air Force Academy in 1988, and served nearly 23 years on active duty retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel (USAF) in February 2011.  He is a combat veteran and pilot who also earned two masters degrees during his career.  After his military service, he returned to Sheridan where he started a successful consulting business.  He and his wife Susan recently celebrated their 25th year of marriage.

 
 

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Alan Weakly
Vice Chairman



 

 

 

Alan Weakly retired from the mining industry in 1998 with over 33 years working as a civil and mining engineer in the Lead mines of Missouri, the development of oil shale in Colorado, and the open pit coal mines of Wyoming.   During his career, he authored or coauthored and published 36 technical papers advancing mining technology and the support for all forms of clean energy.Alan has a degree in Civil Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and a degree in Mining Engineering from the University of Missouri in Rolla, Missouri.   Alan is the primary inventor and holder of three patents on the control of respirable dust. After retiring from the mining industry, Alan served two terms as County Commissioner for Campbell County, Wyoming and has served The Salvation Army since 1983 by membership on Advisory Boards in Grand Junction, Colorado, Gillette, Wyoming, and Sheridan, Wyoming.  He currently serves on a national committee of engineers and scientists which educates the government and public on controlling carbon in energy.   Alan and his wife, Suzanne, currently reside in Story, Wyoming.
 
 

 Jacque Harrod
Treasurer


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Tod Windsor
State Committeeman

Tod Windsor became the State Committeeman in August 2017 after serving as the Sheridan County Secretary. A graduate of Sheridan High School, Tod returned to Sheridan with his family in 2010 to open a Jimmy John's restaurant after a career in corporate marketing and product development.

A Precinct Committeeman, Tod is actively involved with The Brinton Museum in Big Horn, WY, serves on the City of Sheridan Planning Commission and the Sheridan Travel & Tourism Board, and has served on the board of a County Airport Authority and a Domestic Violence / Women's Shelter. He is an Elder at the First Presbyterian Church and a Certified NRA Instructor.

Tod and his wife, Jan, live in Sheridan.

 

 
 

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Carla Klopfenstein
State Committeewoman

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Klopfenstein moved from Illinois to Colorado to beautiful Sheridan, Wyoming in 2007.  She has always been actively involved in local government / politics starting in IL where her grandfather was mayor of their town, her father served as village trustee, and she spent 24 years elected to the Library Board as well as County Board member for one year before moving to Colorado.  She currently serves as Precinct Committeewoman and State Central Committeewoman for Sheridan County, and is the past-president of the Republican Women of Sheridan County.

Ms. Klopfenstein also serves on the Dog & Cat Shelter board as secretary and has been a team captain for the YMCA in the Give Your Heart to a Child program for several years.  In 2013, she was heavily involved in the Sheridan County Field of Honor, which placed US Flags at Sheridan College and donated over $25,000 to the Wounded Warrior Program.

Ms. Klopfenstein is retired from pharmaceutical sales and currently works as a merchandiser in local stores.

 

 

 

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