Tom Hartnett was born in New York City and attended Wesleyan University. He moved to Jackson 2 years ago to take advantage of our abundant outdoor activities. He enjoys fishing, skiing, mountain biking and hiking and works as a fishing guide with the Wyoming Angling Company. It’s a good thing drift boats don’t have steering wheels since a little know fact about Tom is that he can’t turn left!! When he’s relaxing, he likes to spend time with his dog, Lady. He decided to get involved with CLC when the Moose hockey team asked him to dance this year and he felt it was a great cause to support.
Sean Hannapin was born in Medford, Massachusetts and attended Mooresville State University in New York. Playing for the Moose Hockey team brought him to Jackson 12 years ago, and he is now married to Allison and has 4 beautiful children-Mackenzie, Christian, Gabe and Hallie. When he is not working for Spring Creek Ranch, he enjoys playing hockey, softball and golf and watching Grey’s Anatomy! Sean decided to dance for CLC this year because is youngest child Mackenzie was born premature and they receive support with her development through our programs.
Kyle C. Krauss was born in Chicago, Illinois and received a BA in Finance from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He moved to Jackson 4 years ago and enjoys our small- town atmosphere and the beauty of or natural surroundings. He is currently the Business Manager for Medicine Wheel Wellness and when not working, he enjoys playing Moose Hockey, fishing, golfing, playing softball, camping and gardening! Kyle agreed to dance for CLC this year to support his belief in quality youth development programs and get more involved in our community.
Chase Wharton was born in Richland, Washington and received a BA in Recreation Management before moving to Jackson 7 months ago. He currently works at Spring Creek Ranch and is pursuing a career in the hospitality industry as well as playing for the Moose Hockey team and working with the JH youth hockey club. This surprisingly tall 6’5” dancer enjoys hiking and riding street bikes when he is not dancing his tail off! Chase agreed to dance this year to further help our organization’s path and to meet other community leaders with a passion for supporting Jackson’s philanthropy.