Thank you to the medical professionals for your selfless work during the COVID-19 pandemic. #EverydayHeroes

Justus Jacobs at State Farm Insurance believes there’s a hero in everyone.

Together, let’s highlight Fremont County’s “Everyday Heroes”.

The hope is to inspire others and create a domino effect of kindness in our communities.


The people on the front lines of the pandemic are working long hours every day. They are exposed and selfless. They are not in isolation with their families. They come home at night, strip down, disinfect, and wish they could hug their children. They persevere under extreme stressors and push beyond all mental anguish to show strength to those that need them. These are the #everydayheroes of Fremont County’s hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, and EMT’s. They have and will continue to go above and beyond what’s needed to help and serve others.

The community gives thanks in many ways and the support has been massive. Donations of food and supplies continue to pour in at SageWest and the many clinics around the County. The way Fremont County has come together to support the medical community is a beautiful testament to the area in which we live. It also shows the “Everyday Hero” in all of us.

Justus Jacobs and the State Farm team want to do their part in providing support and thanks during this trying time. Today, with the help of Breadboard in Lander, they have provided lunch for the staff at Indian Health Services in Fort Washakie.


Thank you to all of the wonderful medical staff in Fremont County during these trying times from your State Farm family. All of your long hours and efforts are much appreciated. We are proud to be a part of such a wonderful community that comes together during difficult times.



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