Byron W. Geis

Byron Geis was raised on his family’s ranch in Campbell County, Wyoming near Gillette. He attended the University of Wyoming where he earned a bachelors degree in Architectural Engineering while playing for the UW Men’s Basketball Team.  Following college Byron worked for a large construction company as an Assistant Project Manager on large civil projects such as coal fired power plants, schools and hospitals.  In 2008, he received his real estate license and began his career as a sales associate. Through real estate business and along with his wife Bridgette, he began managing ranches in the Powder River Basin. Byron handles everything from day to day operations to planning and installing large water and irrigation projects. He also oversees and deals with the BLM and state agency’s with grazing contracts and the permitting and development of both surface and ground water rights.

Byron and Bridgette have also built a custom hay and farming business, as well as heifer development and cow/calf program that they operate near Kaycee, Wyoming. His ranch upraising and present-day work gives Byron the ability to aid both buyers and sellers with their real estate needs. Byron speaks with conviction about ranching in Wyoming and can offer insight and first hand knowledge about all the the things that come with a real estate transaction.

Operating with honesty and integrity is the most important part of building a relationship with his clients. He also believes in being invested in the community so among other volunteer activities, Byron has been a member of the Johnson County Fair Board since 2012 and is a past chairman of the Kaycee Sheepherder’s Rodeo. Byron and his wife Bridgette have three beautiful children.

Byron W. Geis

Sales Associate · Chase Brothers, LLC
Licenses: WY 12319
Mobile: 307-620-2871‬

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