Contact Information

Sue Graham Volunteer Support Technician 5410 Bishop BLVD
Cheyenne WY 25311
307-772-5376
sue.e.graham2.ctr@mail.mil

Cheryl Burd Program Support Specialist 5410 Bishop Blvd
Cheyenne WY 82009
307-772-5427
cheryl.m.burd.ctr@mail.mil

Wyoming

Committee Leadership

Mr. Ted Durante State Chair Mr. John Zorbas
Employer Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Max Carre' Vice Chair Ms. Linda Miller
Central Area Chair
Mr. Larry Atwell Southeast Area Chair /Employer Outreach Director Mr. Neal Bloomenrader
Employer Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Barry Gasdek
Military Outreach Director
Ms. Dawn Coy
Military Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Brett Durante
Public Affairs Director
Ms. Lynette Shanaghy
Military Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Dean Welch
Training Director/Military Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Jesse Johnson
Employer Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Larry Durante
Ombudsman Director
Ms. Janet Cowley
Chair Emeritus/Awards Coordinator
Mr. Danny Coe
Northwest Area Chair
Ms. Kathy Wright
Assistant Ombudsman Director
Mr. Terry Wilkerson
Chair Emeritus/Military Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Doug Hensala
Military Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Bruce Jolley
Employer Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Roger Schreiner
Bosslift Coordinator
Ms. Gina Monk
Northeast Area Chair
Ms. Kendra Rinker
Employer Outreach Coordinator
Mr. Byron Oedekoven
Employer Outreach Coordinator


Ms. Kendra Anderson
Military Outreach Coordinator


Mr. Todd McCready
Military Outreach Coordinator


Ms. Michelle Weber
Southwest Area Chair/Ombudsman


Mr. Bob Austin
Employer Outreach Coordinator/Ombudsman

  

Wyoming Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (WYESGR) is a Department of Defense program operating under the purview of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower and Reserve Affairs. We are a volunteer-led and volunteer-centric committee composed of approximately 27 volunteers and 3 full-time staff.

Our mission is to develop and promote a supportive work environment for service members in the Reserve Components through outreach, recognition, and education that increases awareness of applicable laws (e.g., the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994) and resolves employment conflicts between the service members and their employers through free, impartial mediation (Ombudsman Services).

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March 13, 2017FREEDOM AWARD FINALISTS NAMED
WASHINGTON (March 13) – Employers that support their military employees’ service make all the difference in the world.  That support can include paying an employee the difference between their military and civilian pay during a deployment, or even offering a full salary for the duration.  It can also be arranging for a US senator to be on hand for a farewell ceremony.  Some companies show their commitment by targeting military for hiring, while others set up military affinity groups to learn how to better serve their military employees.  Still others pitch in and simply make life easier for the families of deployed service members. Learn More.
June 29, 2016RECIPIENTS OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE EMPLOYER SUPPORT FREEDOM AWARD NAMED

WASHINGTON ­– The Department of Defense announced today the 15 recipients of the 2016 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the highest honor the department gives to employers for support of National Guard and Reserve employees.

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May 25, 2016USDA supervisor honored by Department of Defense with Patriot Award

CHEYENNE Wyo. – Wyoming Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve State Chair Ted Durante, presented a Spouse Patriot Award to Bruce Shambaugh, a USDA supervisor March 16.

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