Brad Miskimins Retires After 14 Years

Brad Miskimins Retires After 14 Years

Picture of WLC Ownder and Grantsman, Brad Miskimins

Brad MiskiminsOwner of WLC Engineering and Surveying, will retire on December 31, 2020. Throughout his 14-year career at WLC, Brad worked as Funding Strategist, Grantsman, and Marketing Director 

Brad has been an integral part of WLC’s long-time grants history and the company’s commitment to obtaining funding for our clients’ critical projects. He has also been a champion for WLC’s business development and marketing efforts across the state. 

Prior to joining the WLC team, Brad served as the manager of the grants and loan programs for the Office of State Lands and Investments’ (OSLI) for 16 years and the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office. Brad’s extensive careerknowledge and contacts in the industry made him very successful at securing funding for our clients. 

Brad will split his time between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Peoria, Arizona, where he purchased a home with his wife, Marie, to enjoy warmer winter days. Family will be close by as his brother and sister-in-law are nearby neighbors. 

Taking several weeks off prior to his official last day, Brad has dipped his toes into retirement. While retirement feels busier than expected, Brad has been enjoying Arizona. His time has been spent playing pool, bocce and buying two of everything now that they are snowbirds.  

With plans to host their son, Troy and his wife Carrie, for Christmas as well as visit them in the Washington DC area, Brad and Marie will travel often and spend as much time with family as possible.   

Congratulations on retirement, Brad! We are thankful for your years of dedication, your extensive knowledge and expertise, and wish you all the best!