Gov. Matt Mead (R)

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Matthew Hansen “Matt” Mead (born March 11, 1962) is the 32nd and current Governor of Wyoming.

Early life

Mead was born in Teton County, Wyoming, the son of Peter Bradford Mead and Mary Elisabeth (née Hansen; 1935-1996), the GOP gubernatorial nominee in 1990, and the grandson of the late Governor and U.S. Senator Clifford Hansen. Mary Mead, considered an expert horsewoman, was killed in a horseback accident while working cattle in Grand Teton National Park. Mead grew up in Wyoming. He has an older brother, Bradford Scott “Brad” Mead, a Jackson attorney, and an older sister, Muffy Mead-Ferro of Salt Lake City, Utah, the author of Confessions of a Slacker Mom.

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  1. tskier01123 says:

    Almost sharing a name with a Professional Australian Rugby player, Mike Mead lost his mom to a horrible horse accident. You wouldn’t think that’s something you’d say in the 20th and 21st century, but there is is; dies from horse back. Just like Christopher Reeve and if Superman couldn’t survive you know how dangerous those for legged monsters can be. I imagine he or his father put it down with the families shotgun and that’s what makes him a great Governor.

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