Gary Trauner, 58, is a husband, father, businessman, community volunteer, and elected official residing in Wilson, Wyoming. Twenty-eight years ago, he and his wife Terry chose Wyoming as the place they wanted to live and raise a family; they are the proud parents of two Wyoming born-and-raised young men – ages 24 and 18.
Gary and Terry moved to Wyoming to enjoy the nearly unlimited recreational opportunities the State has to offer. In their free time, they can be found biking – on the roads and in the woods, hiking, skiing and generally reveling in the open spaces and uncrowded vistas that make Wyoming so special.
Gary has been an active participant in his community, serving as a past Chairman of the Teton County School District #1 Board of Trustees, a countywide elected position and as a former Vice-Chairman of the Teton County Pathways Task Force. Gary currently serves as the Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Youth Lacrosse Club, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Aspens Pines Water & Sewer District, a governmental infrastructure utility, and as a Board member for the Charture Institute, a conservation think tank that oversees 1% for the Tetons