Bob Ebinger, President
Bob Ebinger was a history major at Trinity College. In 1980 he helped establish a Historic District in his inner-city Los Angeles neighborhood and has since restored his two historic residences. Bob wrote the biography of Emanuel Goughnour, an early Livingston lumber entrepreneur. A past city commissioner and state representative, he presently sits on Livingston’s Historic Preservation Committee, the Urban Renewal Agency Board, and the Livingston Depot Foundation.
An Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology major at Montana State University, Jem has worked as a carpenter, log home builder, river raft guide, professional ski instructor, and a rescue diver. He manufactured tipis and wall tents as second owner of White Buffalo Lodges. Jem is currently the owner and operator of Anvil Wagon Works where he builds and restores historic wagons, coaches, and sleighs, using his wheelwrighting, blacksmithing, upholstery, and custom woodworking skills.
George Bornemann is a Professional Land Surveyor with CTA Architects Engineers in Livingston. He spent 20 years working in Yellowstone National Park where he became interested in the area’s history. He also serves as a Trustee of the Livingston School District. George helps his wife Kathryn with her business, Out of the Blue Antiques, and they have two children, Augustus and Sonia.
Dale Guidi is a lifelong resident who graduated from Park County High School and studied mechanical engineering at Montana State University. He worked for Northern Pacific Railway, Burlington Northern, and Montana Rail Link, retiring in 2004 as the mechanical foreman. Dale served on the Friends museum board for about a decade beginning in 2000. He likes to give back to the community.
Norm Miller graduated from Lake Superior State University in 1985. He has since lived throughout the west, including Yellowstone National Park, and has owned a local business for 26 years. Norm has been a museum volunteer over the past 5 years, curating the museum’s Corps of Discovery exhibit and using his creativity to help with other interpretive exhibits.
Andy Olds works as an independent contractor and currently operates a handyman business, Andy’s Tool Wagon. He served in the US Navy for six years. Andy takes great pride in representing the people, places, and things in Park County that make up our rich history. He has lived in Livingston since 1998 with his wife and two children.