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Anthony T. Wendtland, Attorney at Law
307-673-4696
2161 Coffeen Avenue Suite 301
Sheridan, WY 82801
Litigation, Personal Injury
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Bruce A. Haddenhorst

Lawyer Bruce A. Haddenhorst licensed to practice in Colorado since 1985
Office: 307-773-5300, 20 Af/Ja, Ft Warren Afb, WY 82005

Kimberly D. Varilek

Lawyer Kimberly D. Varilek licensed to practice in Colorado since 2003
Office: 307-335-2049, 15 North Fork Road, Fort Washakie, WY 82514

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