Kickin’ Cancer Board of Directors
I’m a Sublette County rancher and founding member of Kickin’ Cancer in Sublette County. I’ve seen both sides of the cancer battle - helping those in need, and receiving help myself during my own battle with cancer. It’s a great feeling helping those who are going through a struggle I’ve experienced, and I encourage anyone who needs help to find it here. Everyone pitches in, and everyone can benefit. Kickin’ Cancer in Sublette County is the best organization I’ve ever been part of,
My husband and I have volunteered for Kickin' Cancer, in some form or capacity since the second year of it's inception. I have been on the board since 2013. I have lived in Big Piney for 38 years. My husband was born and raised here. I work in Rock Springs as an ER RN at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. I am the Clinical Coordinator of the Emergency Dept.
I moved to Pinedale 25 years ago, I am married, have two children and two grandchildren. I enjoy being in the mountains, boating the lakes, and the scenery of this beautiful place. So many people in our small community have made a positive impact in my life, and who inspired me to serve on the Kickin' Cancer in Sublette County board. Many of my family members and friends have experienced cancer, it is my hope that I can make a difference in helping those fighting the battle.
Chauncey has always had a passion for people and fishing. After his wife was diagnosed with cancer in 2014, he started a fishing tournament called Fishing For The Fight, to support Kick’n Cancer’s cause. Upon seeing the success of the tournament, he decided it would best that FFF become its own 501c3 so that it could continue to grow and be a productive partner to Kick’n Cancer. After two years of working hand in hand with Kick’n Cancer he was voted on as a board member, with the goal to continue the growth of both Kick’n Cancer and Fishing For The Fight for years to come.
I have worked for Kickin’ Cancer since 2010. I enjoy helping those who are looking for assistance through Kickin’ Cancer. I have lived in Sublette County for 29 years, there is no better place to live.