Governor Gordon's chief of staff retiring; replacement named
November 17, 2022
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon announced a change to his leadership team Thursday, as current Chief of Staff Buck McVeigh will retire at the end of the year. To take his place, Gordon has named Sen. Drew Perkins, R-Casper, his new chief of staff.
McVeigh served as the governor’s policy director before becoming chief of staff in June 2019. His 36-year career with the state of Wyoming began in 1980 with the Department of Agriculture, and included positions in the Department of Administration & Information, the State Auditor’s Office and the Public Service Commission, along w...
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