Episode 13 – The Importance of Stepping Up and Making a Difference with Bruce Hawtin

In this episode of The Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Bruce Hawtin. Bruce is an architect, business owner, veteran, volunteer and a 50 year resident of Jackson Hole. Bruce moved out to Jackson in 1969 and opened his own architecture firm two years later.

Stephan and Bruce discuss the growth in Jackson, getting involved in the community and why it is important to step up when you see a need. Bruce has stepped up many times during his 50 years in Jackson, including joining a few community members in starting the Teton County Mental Health Association and what is now the Children’s Learning Center.

To connect with Bruce directly, email bhawtin@hawtinjorgensen.com or visit his firms website – HawtinJorgensen.com

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Music in this episode is provided by Luke Taylor. The Jackson Hole Connection is edited by Michael Moeri. Website and social media support by Tana Hoffman.

About the author, Stephan C

Hello podcast world. I am Stephan Abrams the host and creator of The Jackson Hole Connection. I’ve been living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming since the summer of 1999, when I moved here to visit with my brother. I immediately fell in love with this place and knew I would call Jackson Hole my home...

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