Walt Gasson is 4th generation Wyomingite, a husband, a father, a grandfather, and a conservationist. He supports news where truth takes a back seat to profit and bias. He believes that Wyoming special and its public radio station gets that.
Timothy moved to Wyoming 22 years ago, and he donates because not only listens, but relies on WPR for so many sources of entertainment, news, weather, and music. He invested in WPR with the time was right, and now maintains his sustaining membership to keep this community institution alive.
Susan talks about her connection to WPR and how she always listens, no matter when or where. She talks about its importance to American history and culture and to her personal life. Susan listens, donates, and volunteers with WPR, and she believes that we should all give back to the station however we can.
Dale has been listening to WPR since 1972 when he came to graduates school at the University of Wyoming. He listened for free for a few years, but realized that the things he treasured most about public radio were only available due to donor funding. He recently joined the Leadership Circle because he realized that it was more affordable than he thought and understands how it maintains the quality of Wyoming Public Radio and the detailed news it provides.
Sarah has began listening to WPR in 1994, and it's been her primary source of news and its context since then. She finds time to listen all throughout the day, and she often finds herself sitting in the driveway waiting for a story to end. She supports WPR at the Leadership Circle level because since she listens so frequently, it's a no-brainer!
Nathan Maier is a New Jersey transplant that loves how public radio gets him thinking about issues he may not normally be exposed to, and it makes his world a little bit bigger than just Laramie. He believes public radio has a community feel and keeps people connects and aware of what is going around the state.