Bressler and his wife Anna will be moving to the warmer climate of Aztec, New Mexico. Bressler hopes to return to the valley next summer to guide river trips down the Snake River corridor. Photo: Courtesy of Teton County

JACKSON, Wyo. – After 15 years of service to the town and county, Chief Electric Inspector Mike Bressler will retire come December, announced the county today.

Fire/Electrical Inspector Butch Gosselin will move into Bressler’s position when he retires on Dec. 3,  2021.  

“We will all miss Mike’s jokes and the positive energy he brings to the office every day,” said Fire Marshal  Kathy Clay. 

The Chief Electrical Inspector gives the Town of Jackson and Teton County Home Rule as granted from the  Wyoming Fire Marshal’s Office. Contractors benefit greatly from Home Rule, having inspectors close at hand when inspections are needed.  

Bressler and his wife Anna will be moving to the warmer climate of Aztec, New Mexico. Bressler hopes to return to the valley next summer to guide river trips down the Snake River corridor. 

“Being on the river is a pretty nice way to spend some retirement time,” said Bressler. 

Jackson Hole Fire/EMS thanks Bressler for his commitment and passion to ensure electrical installations are completed properly reducing the risk for injury and fire and wish him well in the next chapter of his life.

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Caroline Chapman is a Community News Reporter who is lucky to call the Tetons home. She enjoys reading non-fiction, skiing, hiking, and playing piano in her downtime. Her favorite aspect about living in Jackson is the genuine admiration that Wyomingites share for the land and the life that it sustains.