Cheyenne, Wyo. (April 1, 2024) – Western Vista Credit Union announced at its annual meeting that Cindy Garvin, Christine Kronz and Aimee Lewis were re-elected to another term on the credit union’s board of directors and Theresa Talmadge was elected to her first term.  

Garvin and her husband own and operate J&G Landscaping. She serves as treasurer for the Natrona County Republican Party and maintains the organization’s bookkeeping functions. She has been a member of Western Vista for 16 years and was first appointed to the board in 2021.

Kronz is a professional photographer and opened her studio, Christine Kronz Photographer, LLC, in 2008. She volunteers for Coats for Kids, Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Old West Museum and the Foster Grandparents program. Kronz has been a member of Western Vista for nine years and has served on the board of directors for six years. 

Lewis is a pharmacist and works for the University of Wyoming as a drug utilization review manager. She served an eight-year term on the board of directors for the United Way of Laramie County and is the secretary of the American Drug Utilization Review Society. She has been a member of Western Vista for more than 30 years and has served on the board of directors since 2013. 

Talmadge and her husband have owned and managed their business for more than 30 years.  She is an active community volunteer, supporting numerous non-profit fundraisers, the Central Wyoming Home Builders Association’s Home and Garden Show and Little League Baseball. She has been a member of Western Vista for more than 12 years. 

Following the annual meeting, the board of directors convened and elected its officer team. They are:

Aimee Lewis, Chairman                  
Vickie Nelson, Vice Chairman          
Christine Kronz, Secretary
Cindy Garvin, Treasurer                   
Tim Bolin, Assistant Secretary
Mark Mercer, Assistant Treasurer 

Talmadge will serve as a member-at-large. 

Lewis makes history to lead an all-female executive team. “My father completed a thirty-year stint as chairman of the board for Western Vista in 2012,” said Lewis. “This year marks the 50th anniversary of women securing the right to have a credit card in their own name. Today we recognize that women make most of the household financial decisions and I am honored to represent the female members of the credit union in this capacity.”