|Address||779 US Highway 16 E |
Buffalo, Wyoming , United States
|| March 14, 1957
May 28, 2022 12:31pm
|Info||Mr. Mark Gordon serves as Treasurer at State Of Wyoming. Mr. Gordon serves as Administrator for the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Asset Reserve (WYO-STAR), and Wyoming Unclaimed Property. |
He is the Owner of Merlin Ranch in Buffalo, Wyoming and also a Rancher and Businessman. He is also a Partner in the 48 Ranch Partnership in Kaycee, Wyoming, a partner in Buffalo Movie Theater, LLC and an officer of Willow Park Reservoir Company. He has been a Holistic Resource Management practitioner since 1983.
He was the Owner and Partner of "The Bookshop" in Sheridan, Wyoming, and Abercrombie and Kent's "On Safari Ltd." and "The Trading Company" catalogue firms. He serves as a Board Member of the Ucross Foundation, a Member of the Wyoming Nature Conservancy Big Horns Program Advisory Board, and a Member of the Wyoming Water Development Commission Powder/Tongue Basin Advisory Group. He serves on the Board of Deposits, Board of Land Commissioners, Financial Advisory Council, State Building Commission, State Canvassing Board, State Loan and Investment Board, Wyoming Community Development Authority, and the Wyoming Retirement Board of Directors.
He served on the board of The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Board, the Johnson County District 1 K-12 School Board, and on the board of the Nature Conservancy of Wyoming. Mr. Gordon served as Director of Conservation & Stewardship for Apache Corp. He served as Director of Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City Inc. from 2009 to January 2013. He served as Chairman and Member of the Wyoming Environmental Quality Council. He served as board member of High Country News, the Wyoming Council for the Humanities, the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center, Harold Jarrard Park and has served on the Board of Supervisors-Powder River Conservation District and the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture Sheridan Research and Extension Center Advisory Board. He has also served on the Johnson County School Improvement and Facilities committees. Mr. Gordon was featured and quoted in several publications, including "Ahead of Their Time: Wyoming and Voices for Wilderness," as well as "Utne Reader," "New Farm," "Beef" and "Western Horseman" magazines. He also served as a soccer coach and referee. Mr. Gordon ran in the 2008 primary for Wyoming's at-large seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. Gordon graduated from Middlebury College in 1979 with a BA in History.
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