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Supervising Broker - MT
Supervising Broker - MT
Lynn Ritter is the acting Responsible Broker for the State of Wyoming for Hayden Outdoors and is based in our Lander office. Lynn brings years of experience in the land and real estate industries, as well as water, recreation and more. Her role at Hayden Outdoors includes real estate sales, agent management, real estate compliance and training. Lynn’s connection to the land includes weekends spent in the great outdoors, going for horseback rides, and spending important time with her friends and family.
“I was born and raised in the state of Maine. My father was Native American from the Maliseet tribe out of Northern Maine and New Brunswick Canada. I am a tribal member of the Kingsclear Band and have dual citizenship with the U.S. and Canada. I grew up on a small farm in the southern part of rural Maine. I was a student at the University of Southern Maine with a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics and a minor in Education. I worked at the University as a peer advisor, math tutor and placement exam coordinator. I also taught adult education for a local municipality. I moved to Wyoming in the early 1990’s to be with my father who had moved here in the 80’s. My plan was to be a secondary math teacher, but I ended up working as a Professional Peace Officer. In that profession, aside from pushing a police car around, I specialized as a crime scene investigator and a shotgun marksman. I studied all types of crime scene investigation which included training from the FBI in blood tracing, tire tread identification and fingerprint identification, just to name a few. I left the police department to start a new chapter of my life and after moving in and out of the state for a couple of years, I ended up managing a large ranch in the Black Hills area of Wyoming. The ranch sold and my family and I moved to Riverton where I obtained my real estate license. I eventually purchased the company I worked for and specialized in Farm and Ranch properties in the Fremont County area. After the real estate bust in 2008 and 2009, I went to work for the State of Wyoming as the Executive Director for the Wyoming Water Well and Pump Installation Contractors Board. As the sole employee of this Board, I licensed contractors, investigated public complaints and taught drillers and pump installers how to interpret state water well construction rules and regulations. After working for the Board for about seven years I decided to go back to working in real estate. During that time, I managed to obtain my certification as a Residential Appraiser.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family, riding horses in the backcountry, and family barbecue’s!”