Michl McGee Inducted Into the Circle of Champions

November 13, 2017

Former MHP Partner, Michl McGee, was inducted into the Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce’s Circle of Champions earlier this month. The Circle of Champions is an elite group that has left a lasting legacy in the greater Cheyenne area. The honor is reserved for a select few whose efforts have improved the community and helped to expand the economic development of the Cheyenne area.

Mike has been critical in the economic development of Laramie County. A few of his major projects include:

  • Cheyenne Business Parkway
  • Cheyenne LEADS
  • Progress & Prosperity II Campaign

He received the Wyoming Tribute Eagle Community Spirit Award in 2009. He has volunteered many hours giving to the community. Below is a list of some of the boards he has served on and some of the organizations he has been involved in.

  • Cheyenne Rotary Club
  • Cheyenne Young Men's Literary Club
  • Honor Flight
  • STRIDE Learning Center
  • Laramie County School District 1
  • United Way of Laramie County

Christy Klungness, former administrative assistant for Michl McGee, says “Mike is a rare form of ‘true leadership & commitment.’ In all my years in the business community, I have never met a man that is more caring and giving of his time than Mike.  The day he retired was truly heartbreaking, but I am glad to say that I always look forward to a phone call from him and lunch when he can squeeze me in his busy retired schedule.  Thanks for ALL you’ve done for Cheyenne and this community we call home!"

Mary Anne Weberg, MHP Controller, says “Mike brought out the best in me and several others here at the firm!  He had a way of making you want to work harder and smarter all the while making MHP a fun place to work.  From his very loud morning greetings of ‘Good Morning Cheyenne’ to the music blaring from his office that was heard by all– there was never a dull moment when McGee was around. Mike is a very caring person and I am proud to be able to call him my friend."

Congratulations, Mike. This honor is certainly well deserved. Thank you for all you have done in the Laramie County community.