Kraig Florquist grew up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. He has worked in the construction industry for over 30 years in a variety of places including Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Laramie, Wyoming and Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. And, after moving to Lander, Wyoming, Kraig started his own construction company there. Kraig joined the Wyoming Community Bank Lander Advisory Board in 2004. Then, when the Boards consolidated in 2011, he became a Governing Director.
In addition to his construction business, Kraig also raises livestock and he enjoys spending a lot of time in the great outdoors.
Mary Margaret Stockton
Mary Margaret Stockton was born and raised in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri and received a Bachelor’s Degree in History. Prior to retiring, Mary Margaret was the Business Manager for 40 years at the medical practice in Riverton, Wyoming where her husband was the original doctor. Mary Margaret was asked to join the Board of Directors as a founding Director. She was immediately interested due to the fact that the bank would be a home-owned bank. Mary Margaret is the past President of Help for Health, a non-profit organization to help people with medical problems. Under her tenure, the organization created, built and continues to run the local Hospice Home to help individuals and families with end of life concerns.
Mary Margaret is honored to be a part of Wyoming Community Bank. We are dedicated to giving back to the amazing community that has supported us through our first 24 years.
Dean was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and shortly thereafter moved to Casper Wyoming. After graduating from the University of Wyoming, he became a CPA and worked for a firm in Casper. He moved to Lander and started a CPA firm that grew to be one of the larger firms in Wyoming. Dean semi-retired in about 2020. He still works to help friends and clients.
Dean was one of the founding stockholders and has been a member of the Board of Directors since inception, 1999. Being a CPA, he had an awareness of the business environment in the Fremont County area. He thought a locally owned community bank could very well serve the business community. He believes the Bank has grown significantly and is definitely of a benefit to Fremont County and its business communities.
Dean has served on many business and civic organizations in his career.
Scott Estep joined the Bank in 2005 and had the honor to be appointed President/Director in 2014 upon the retirement of the founding President. He was born and raised in La Junta, Colorado. Scott graduated from Colorado State University in 1985 in Ag Business. He has been banking in various Wyoming communities since 1985.
He has served on the board of directors of Central Wyoming College Foundation, was also a Past President of Wyoming Banking Association and also served on the Community Banking Council with American Banking Association. Scott has also served as past President of Habitat for Humanity of Fremont County. He has been very active with a variety of groups in Wyoming communities. Scott is currently on the Wyoming PBS Foundation board, serving as Treasurer.
Hans Hummel joined the Wyoming Community Bank Board of Directors in 2017. Hans was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and spent his childhood in Wisconsin, Illinois and Connecticut. He received his Bachelor of Science from Colorado State University. After graduation, he went on to work as the Project Warehouse and Facilities Manager for the disaster recovery company created to recover the CSU library from the flood of 1997.
Hans moved to Riverton, Wyoming in 2003 to purchase Hi Mountain Jerky, Inc. From then to now, the company has greatly expanded their product line and has wholesale distribution throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Hans takes advantage of all that Wyoming outdoors has to offer, including fishing, canoeing, hunting, snowmobiling and riding ATV’s. He is active with local charities and, along with his wife, they head the national Operation Christmas Child Ministry for Cornerstone Community Church, where Hans serves on the board.
Jared joined the Wyoming Community Bank Lander Advisory Board in 2007. Then, when the Boards consolidated in 2011, he became a Governing Director. Jared is a Trustee for the Fremont County School Board #1; coached girls’ youth soccer and was a member of the 2005 class of Leadership Wyoming.