Bryan Case currently serves as the CEO/General Manager of Fall River Electric Cooperative in Ashton, Idaho, the parent company of Fall River Propane. He received a B.A. Degree in Finance with an emphasis in Accounting from Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah and initially worked at Thiokol Corporation in Brigham City, Utah.
His other work experiences include Deputy Executive Director at Northwest Public Power Association, Vancouver WA and prior the Director of Accounting and Finance at Lower Valley Energy in Afton, Wyoming. Bryan’s board experience includes Vice President of the Idaho Consumer Owned Association, ICUA and President of the Power Resources Cooperative, PRC, board Portland, Oregon. He has also been involved in Rotary International and has served as Rotary President. With four sons, he has been active in boy and cub scouts, served on a utility advisory board to the Town of Afton, Wyoming and has actively participated and served in his church.
Bryan and his wife Janice have 4 sons, three daughters-in-law, and five grandchildren. He enjoys hiking, camping, hunting, beekeeping and sprint triathlons.
A native of Richfield, Utah, Merrick earned an Associates Degree from Dixie College and then a degree in Finance from the University of Utah at Salt Lake City. During his work career he has owned and operated several businesses including an excavation company, a movie theatre, land development firm and a snowmobile rental business.
Currently Merrick owns a convenience store and rental storage units in West Yellowstone, Montana. His diverse career experience in excavation, retail, tourism and the petroleum field has given him a broad range of experience and knowledge to draw from to assist the growth and direction of Fall River Propane.
Don grew up as a National Park Service “brat” having lived in Rocky Mountain, Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Grand Teton National Parks. He graduated from Jackson Hole High School in Jackson, Wyoming and went on to earn a bachelor of science and master’s degrees from the University of Wyoming. Don continued his education at Colorado State University where he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Don moved to Teton Valley, Idaho where he has owned and operated Driggs Veterinary Clinic for nearly 35 years. While in Teton Valley, Don has served on numerous boards and has earned significant business knowledge while operating his own business. Don has been married to his wife Jan for 38 years and have two grown children, Kelley (Kenny) Dimmick and Nick (Christen) Holder.
After serving in the U.S. Army, Jeff Keay earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University and then Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Idaho in wildlife resources. He studied wildlife in two premier national parks for 20 years and ended his career supervising research scientists and finally as a Deputy Regional Director for the U.S. Geological Survey. While an executive with the USGS, Jeff oversaw several large science centers and lead them through significant budget cuts, personnel issues, and safety concerns. He taught leadership courses across the country and loved to mentor young scientists. Jeff’s time working as a government employee engendered a passion for public service that he carries today. Jeff currently serves on the Board of Directors for Fall River Electric, the parent company of Fall River Propane, and chairs their administrative committee.
Jeff retired from public service in 2015 and moved to Island Park with his wife Judy. They have six children, ten grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Jeff enjoys hiking, backpacking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and just about anything that gets him outdoors. He and Judy love to watch wildlife and serve in their community. Jeff is president of the Island Park Ham Radio Club, dedicated to building an emergency communication capability for the mountain communities of Island Park and West Yellowstone.
In 1995, Amber Boyce began her career in the construction industry starting as an apprentice electrician and moving on to a master residential electrician. Her love for construction developed into becoming a general contractor in both Utah and Idaho. In 2006 Amber, her husband, and two small children moved to Island Park, Idaho, to pursue their dream of building custom cabins. In 2008, Amber and her husband, Lance, developed a new construction product that is patented and now in distribution nationwide.
Amber’s knowledge of construction processes, energy efficiency, IRC, IBC code requirements, as well business experience, brings a unique asset to the Fall River Propane Board.
Originally from Soda Springs and a longtime resident of Star Valley, Cindy is dedicated to serving her local community and its residents therein.
She has owned and operated her own local stone engraving business that served customers spanning the continental United States, providing her with invaluable leadership and customer service experience. Prior to that, she worked with the Town of Afton and Lincoln County for over 20 years’ time.
As a Certified Provider in the state of Wyoming, Cindy has aided in caring for adults with disabilities through organizations such as Starshine, Inc. and the Special Olympics.
Cindy continues her work serving on the Fall River Propane Board assuring that all customers experience the highest levels of satisfaction they’ve become recognized for providing.
Fall River Propane encourages well-qualified candidates to join our team. We’re proud that we have created an atmosphere where our employees enjoy coming to work every day and being part of a dynamic, positive family of employees.