Cadoma Foundation
Cadoma Foundation Preserves and Protects Wyoming's Historic Buildings
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Historic Bishop House, Casper, Wyoming
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President Susan Bishop   Susan is a descendant of third and fourth generation Wyoming’s pioneer families. After 26 years of service, she retired from the State of Colorado where her responsibilities included budget development and oversight, large project development and implementation, multi-program oversight and management. After retirement, she researched and wrote a nomination for a property placed on the National Historic Register in 2001. For her work she was honored to receive the Maurine Carley Award for Historic Preservation from the Wyoming State Historical Society  
President:
Susan Bishop
Paula Reid     Paula is a retired Vice President of the First Interstate Bank, Mills Branch. She has been a part of Casper, Wyoming’s banking and financial world for nearly 40 years. In addition, Ms. Reid stays active in community service. She served on the Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions Board, Special Olympics/Festival of Trees, City of Casper Public Utility Board and the Regional Water System Joint Powers Board and has supported the Historic Bishop Home and Cadoma Foundation from its inception. In addition, Ms. Reid is an amateur photographer who has captured virtually every flower that has bloomed in the last 15 years in the Alcova area while relaxing with her husband on weekends. She has donated several pictures to local charities who have sold them in auctions raising significant funds for the charities. Her husband, David, is a long time entrepreneur at Casper’s Vintage Wine Bar and Poplar Wine & Spirits.  

Vice President

Paula Reid

Treasurer John Strombeck   John is a retired budget officer for the State of Colorado with 29 years of experience in legal research, writing and defending budget requests, implementation of computer-related projects, and development and management of a multi-million dollar budget.  John was one of 55 people nationwide to receive a diversity scholarship from the National Trust for Historic Preservation to attend their 2007 conference.  
Secretary/Treasurer:
John Strombeck
   
  Wendy presently is the Natrona County School District Nursing Coordinator. She was selected as the Wyoming School Nurse of the Year by the Wyoming School Nurses’ Association for 2010 – 2011.  Prior to her present position she was a nurse with the Natrona County schools. She had previously been a staff nurse at Crestview Hospital and then held progressively more responsible positions at the Wyoming Medical Center of Infection Control Nurse, Staff Nurse, and Nursing Administrative Coordinator. She then was Children’s Special Health Services Coordinator for the Casper-Natrona County Health Department until moving to her present position. Wendy is a Registered Nurse. She is certified in Chemotherapy Administration and as an Oncology nurse. She is also Board Certified in School Nursing by the National Association of School Nurses. She has been a Chair of the Children’s Advocacy Project Board, the Public Affairs Committee for the Wyoming March of Dimes, the Continuous Quality Improvement Committee –Medical Unit, and is presently the Education Chair of the Wyoming School Nurses’ Association. She has also been a member of numerous medical profession committees. Wendy’s broad experience in medical and children’s issues as well as her extensive administrative experience increase the diversity of the Cadoma Foundation Board of Directors.  

Director:

Wendy Wilson

   
   

 

 

 

   
  Ann is a retired teacher. She taught in West Virginia, Maryland and Wyoming. She received a Presidential Award for teacher of Mathematics during her career. She has been a resident of Wyoming for thirty-two years. She has been active in her local chapter of National Audubon Society, having served on their board fpr more years that she cares to remember. She is an avid bird watcher. She has also served on the Casper Historic Preservation board for more than fifteen years. She is active in the First United Methodist Church and has served in several capacities there. She is married and has two sons.  

Director:

Ann Hines

   
 

Dave is a retired petroleum exploration geologist and is presently an international travel consultant (20+ years). History of the West is now his avocation.

His interest in History of the West began with an inspiring history professor at the University of Wisconsin.  Shortly after, he became a field geologist in western Wyoming with the opportunity to travel many historic trails by jeep.  His geology career took him away from Casper.  However, during that time, he did have the amazing opportunity to study the history of two different Indian tribes: the Blackfeet of northern Montana and the Navajo of the Four Corners region.  This came about as an expert witness in mineral development on lawsuits on behalf of the tribes before the U.S. Indian Claims Commission.

He returned to Casper two years ago and has embraced the opportunity to learn about the "History of the West" with an extensive reading program and by visiting museums.  His activity with the "Reading the West" book club, a partnership of the Natrona Co. Library and Fort Caspar, has also been quite rewarding.  He also has an interest in the 19th Century art of the American West and has had the opportunity to visit most of the major museums housing those collections.

In addition, he has rekindled his interest in geology.  Field trips with geologists from Casper College and the Tate Geological Museum take him out into "Historical Wyoming", and that always results in further study.
 

Director

Dave Betzin

 
   


 


 

 
  • Wyoming State Historical Society
  • Natrona County Historical Society
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • American Association of State and Local History
  • Alliance for Historic Wyoming
  • Casper Chamber of Commerce
  • Guidestar
  • Facebook
 
Partners

A Special Thanks to our Partners in the Restoration of Historic Bishop Home and Development of the Cadoma Foundation

First Interstate Bank
Member of First Interstate Bank Foundation Matching Program

Casper Electric

Hutch's Hi-Country Plumbing and Heating

Grovum Construction

Casper Star Tribune

Wyoming Community Gas

Wyoming Architectural Assistance Fund
Wyoming Architectural Assistance Fund

Pella Window and Door Store, Rex Robertson Company Inc

 
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