I was born and raised in Casper, spent most of my life here fortunate enough to have been able to office in Casper. The last 8 years I have been in Denver.

My wife Kristine is my mainstay and strength. I have 3 children, Michelle, Luke and Mark. They are my pride and joy as well as 4 grandkids and a 5th on the way, A girl by the way.

I started in the oilfield working originally for Dia-log in 1979, went through 2 buyouts and eventually became Baker. Then going to work for Weatherford in 2015. Retiring in 2021.

I started with the Senior Wildcatters 15 years ago thru George Stewart, whom has been a dear friend for the last 44 years. It was George who called me and got me started in Senior Wildcatters. I guess I had a pretty good handicap. I have enjoyed this tournament above all others that I have played in. It has always been something I have looked forward to each and every year. I have made many new friends over the years and reacquainted with old friends. I always recommend this tournament over all others and have gotten a few to golf with us. While with Weatherford we had cooked lunches over the years until covid came and made things difficult for everyone. I have had many great memories of the wonderful golfing event.

Shout outs to George Stewart, Ace Parker who happens to be my son in laws grandfather, which makes me a little biased and the board members who always left me feeling appreciated, always willing to help.

Thank You Senior Wildcatters for offering a great golf tournament and allowing us older people a place to play fun golf.

Thank You

Gus Anderson