My friendship with Bill Allemand started when I met him at a Natrona County Republican Party Central Committee meeting. He introduced himself to me and we have had a friendship ever since. My first impression of Bill was his friendly demeanor and humbleness. The more I got to know Bill the more I understood about him. Bill is someone our Founding Fathers had in mind when envisioning the political landscape of this great Country. They believed that a political office was for servitude and not a career. I see that in Bill, I know it was not his lifelong dream to become a politician he has a servant’s heart and loves this state. Bill works hard operating his business but has seen like many of us the eroding of our Freedoms and Liberty in this Country and especially here in the state of Wyoming. The corruption and insider political games in Wyoming politics has disgusted Bill and motivated him to do something about it. He wants like many of us do, the preservation of the Wyoming way and to live Free and unhindered by burdensome government policy. Bill has great ideas and a passion to do what is right for his constituents and for Wyoming. I look forward to seeing Bill in action in these upcoming months on the campaign trail and his interaction with the people in his district. I believe each person he encounters will see what I see in him and will also consider him a friend. I wish Bill all the luck and Gods grace in his upcoming endeavor, and I know as a Representative of his district Wyoming will not be disappointed.
“My name is Paul Brow and I work as Senior Operator in the Salt Creek Oilfield and I have known and worked with Bill. Allemand for the past 10 years. Bill is an outstanding worker. He is very honest and dedicated; someone I can always count on. Bill has stepped up many times to help in his church. He has shown through his actions that he cares for the people of this community. Every year he has contributed to help provide Christmas presents and activities for local children and has donated funds to support the food bank. I support Bill in his bid to become a State Legislator. I trust Bill to represent the people of House District 58 and know that he will serve to the best of his ability and be a strong voice for Wyoming.”
~ Paul Brow Haven of Rest Community Outreach Pastor
I have known Bill for about 3 years now and worked for him about 2 and a half. Bill has to be one of the most generous people I have ever met as well as being kind, honest and extremely trustworthy.
Since I have known this man he has helped me out so many times, without ever even a little hesitation. When I started working for him I didn’t have the proper gear required for the job. I didn’t have a lot of money so he handed me his credit card and told me to get what needed. Another time my washing machine broke and I told him I was going to buy one from a rental store, he wouldn’t hear of it. Bill once again had me go buy one ( saving me a ton of money) and just pay him back as I could. There are a bunch more stories that I could share showing his generosity but I think you get the point.
Another quality that Bill has is his trustworthiness. Bill is the type of person you can confide in and know that not only the advise he gives is genuine and from the heart but you also know he would never tell a soul. I have gone to Bill for advise or just to vent more times than I can remember and he’s always taken the time to lend an ear and help. He was the first person I told when my daughter told me she was pregnant and he was also one of the first people I went to when we found out she lost that baby.
There’s not to many times in life when someone like Bill walks into your life and I honestly feel that it is a blessing to have him in my life.