“I’m so blessed that she said yes”
Wayne Williams and Holly Brown first met at Brigham Young University. They later reconnected in Washington, D.C, where they went on sixty dates in sixty days. On a sunny and windy Summer day, Wayne took Holly up to a mountain overlooking the Shenandoah Valley, where he grew up, and there he proposed. Six months later, the two were wed in the Washington temple.
The couple moved to Colorado Springs in 1992 and immediately got involved in Republican politics.
Holly served on the El Paso County Republican Executive Committee, and when Wayne ran for chairman in 1997 many knew him as “Holly’s husband.” Gov. Bill Owens appointed Holly as the El Paso County public trustee in 1999 and when Wayne was elected county commissioner in 2002 many still referred to him as “Holly’s husband.” In 2006 Holly was named El Paso County Republican Party’s “Republican of the Year”. In 2014 Wayne was elected Colorado secretary of state.
Wayne and Holly are the parents of Sean, Gregory Alaric, Lindsey and Wendy — two are still in college — and the grandparents of Mikaya Rose.
“’Holly’s husband’ and ‘Dad’ are my two favorite titles,” Wayne said. “I’m so blessed that she said yes.”
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