Working for these small businesses taught her the value of honesty, diligence, integrity and loyalty. Interacting with the tourists made her realize that there was a great big world out there beyond the beauty of the Desert.
Roxie's parent's, George and Lea were hardworking, fun-loving working
class folks who taught her to appreciate the natural beauty of Wyoming
and respect for the land. She grew up fishing, hunting and camping in
the Sierra Madres. She drew her first Big Horn Sheep tag at 18 and
harvested a huge Ram in Sunlight Basin overlooking Yellowstone Park.
remained in Wyoming to earn her bachelor's degree from the University
of Wyoming College of Business. She met and married Bill in Laramie and
the couple returned to her ancestral home in Converse County where four
generations had preceded her and four children came along to continue
the legacy. They raised the family there while starting and successfully
operating three small businesses and in 2002, returned to Laramie where
Roxie earned a JD from the UW School of Law.
After a stint in private practice and founding of yet another business in Laramie, Roxie accepted a position with the States' Public Defenders'/GAL Program as an advocate for abused and neglected children. She remains in that role today.
Roxie is committed to a strong economy, a reliable tax base, strong families, quality education and personal freedom which when combined will provide every Wyoming citizen the tools to succeed, prosper and thrive. Your vote for Roxie will insure that you have representation in Cheyenne and that she will work tirelessly and honestly for your best interests. A Republican representative that will listen, will fight and will never give up.