Where are they now? A look back at Summit Award winners

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Kelly Lieb

After graduating from Sheridan High School in 2000, Kelly (Engels) Lieb, PA-C attended the University of Wyoming for her undergraduate degree and went on to complete her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, in 2006. She started her professional career working for an internal medicine practice at Tucson Medical Center in Arizona and later, hired on as a Physician Assistant at Campbell County Memorial Hospital in Gillette.

In 2013, Lieb spearheaded the start-up of Urgent Care services at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, where she is currently practicing and providing oversight as the department’s coordinator.   

The decision to return to Wyoming in 2010 was easy having had previous ties to the state. Lieb and her husband, Jacob Lieb, MD, a Riverton native and emergency medicine physician at the hospital, love the area and are avid skiers and hunters. The couple enjoys being a part of Sheridan’s tight-knit community and serving patients.

Scott Pettit

While at Sheridan High School (class of 2007), Scott Pettit was the state runner-up in pole volt and holds the school record at SHS for pole volt.  Pettit graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, with a BS in civil engineering with an emphasis in structures in 2011.  While at Washington University, Pettit was a four-year varsity letter winner in track and field, two time conference champion, four-time all-University Athletic Association (conference) team, two time team captain and part of five UAA championship teams.

After graduation in May of 2011 he spent one year as an Intern-in-Service at the Catholic Student Center at Washington University. Following the year of service Pettit joined Larson Engineering as a design engineer working primarily in curtainwall design and structural design. He is still working at Larson Engineering two years later.

Outside of work, he helps as an assistant coach at Washington University with the track and field team.

He spends his free time cycling and competing in triathlons and hiking with his dog, Lillian. He recently got engaged (Nov. 28) to his girlfriend of three years, also a Washington University alum (double alum with BA 2012 and master’s in social work 2014). He currently calls the St. Louis suburb of Clayton, Missouri, home.

The Leibrichs

Mary Leibrich graduated from Sheridan High School in 2003.  She attended and graduated from Carroll College in 2007 with a BA in psychology and a minor in chemistry.  She moved to Missoula where she enrolled in the Montana School of Massage.  She found her passion.  After working in massage in Missoula for two years, she went back to school to work on pre-requisites to apply to Physical Therapy programs.  She began the three year DPT program in August at Still University/Arizona School of Health Sciences.

Matt Leibrich graduated from Sheridan High School in 2006.  The next fall Matt enrolled in the University of Wyoming Engineering School.  He transferred to the UW Business School where he graduated in December 2011 with a BS in accounting and finance.  In 2013, Matt passed the CPA exam.  Today, Matt works as a staff accountant for The CPA Group in Laramie.

Mike Leibrich graduated from Sheridan High School in 2010.  Mike enrolled in the University of Wyoming Engineering School.  Mike is pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering.  This fall he decided to add a degree in electrical engineering.  He plans to finish the double major in December 2015 or May 2016.

By |January 2nd, 2015|

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