Zane Garstad Sheridan Sales Associate
I was born and ranch-raised in Southern Alberta with my family heavily involved in the rodeo industry. My life changed forever when I attended Sheridan College and fell in love with the culture and lifestyle that this area brings to its residents and visitors. After completing my associate degree in Sheridan, I went on to earn my bachelor’s degree at the University of Wyoming and then a master’s degree at Montana State University-Billings.
I met my loving wife Lisa while we were in college in Sheridan and we have been married for 32 years. We have raised two children, Shelby and Logan, who are now grown and writing their own personal success stories in the Sheridan area.
After rodeoing professionally for a few years, I began my 30-year career at Sheridan College as the Rodeo Coach. I went on to become the Director of Admissions, Director of Enrollment Services, and Director of Admissions Services for 22 years. In 2014, I took the reins as the Director of College Services, overseeing food services, bookstores, and conferencing for Sheridan and Gillette College,; as well as managing the indoor equine facility. I retired from the College and am excited to serve people in a different career.
I live and breathe Sheridan and have been heavily involved in the community. I have served on the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Board for 27 years – 12 years as vice president and five years as president. I have been involved with Sheridan Hockey for 18 years as a coach, referee, and player. I was the president and coach-in-chief of the youth association for 15 years. I was also the State Coach-in-Chief for three years, as well as a USA Hockey coaching Instructor for 10 years. I have served on the Sheridan County Travel and Tourism Board for four years.
I have spent my life serving others and I am passionate about helping people. I understand that people are making one, if not the largest, investment in their lives in real estate and that they need someone who is knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and motivated, but most of all care for those they serve.