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A. Wayne Allard Edit Profile

also known as Alan Wayne Allard

Wayne Allard was United States Senator from Colorado, veterinarian. Recipient Charles A. Lory Public Service award, Colorado State University, 1999, Outstanding Legislation award, Home Care Association of Colorado, Humane Legislation of Year award, American Humane Association, 2001, Champion of Wheat award, National Association Wheat Growers, 2003, Friend of Home Care, Home Care Association Colorado, 2003.


Allard, A. Wayne was born on December 12, 1943 in Fort Collins, Colorado, United States.


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, 1968. Veterinarian, Allard Animal Hospital. Member Colorado State Senate, 1982-1991, chairman health, environment and institution committee, chairman senate majority caucus.

Member 102nd-104th Congresses from 4th district, Colorado, 1991-1996. Member agricultural committee, 1991-1992, 93-94, 95-96, member small business committee,1991-1992, member interior and insular affairs committee, 1991-1992, member commission on coms., 1991-1992, 93-94, member budget committee, 1993-1994, 95-96, member natural resources committee, 1993-1994, 95-96, member joint commission on reorganizationof Congress, 1993-1994, 95-96, chairman subcommittee of agriculture conservation, forest and water, 1995-1996. Senator 105th Congress, 1997^, member banking, urban affairs committee, 1997^, environment public works committee, 1997^, intelligence select committee, 1997^, Senate armed services committee, banking, housing and urban affairs committee, select commission on intelligence.

Health officer Loveland, Colorado. Member regional advisory council on veterinary medicine Western Interstate Commission Higher Education. Member Colorado Low-level Radioactive Waste Advisory Committee Chairman United Way.

Active 4-H Foundation.


Veterinarian, director Allard Animal Hospital. Member Colorado State Senate, 1983-1990, United States Congress from 4th Colorado District, Washington, 1991—1997. United States Senator from Colorado, 1997—2009.

Deputy majority whip, 2003—2009.


The life with Christ has nothing to do with being in a "church" atmosphere for all eternity. God’s salvation involves far more. He is planning to make his children productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.


The Church is after all a movement which sought to inject passion, direction and purpose into the spiritual lives of the people.


All individuals should be sensitive to others by using appropriate language when referring to any person.


Chairman United Way; active 4-H Foundation. Member American Veterinary Medical Association, Colorado Veterinary Medicine Association, Larimer County Veterinary Medicine Association (past president), Board Veterinary Practitioners (charter member), American Animal Hospital Association, National Conference State Legislatures (vice-chairman human resources committee since 1987, healthcare cost containment committee), Loveland Chamber of Commerce.


Married Joan Malcolm, March 23, 1967. Children: Christie, Cheryl.