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2019 Board Election Information

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The results of the Compeer Board of Director and Nominating Committee election were tallied by an independent third party on October 3, 2019.  Three candidates were elected to the Board of Directors and 24 candidates were elected to a 1-year term on the Nominating Committee. Congratulations to the following:

 
Region 1 (4-year term) Minnesota
Rodney Bosma – Rushmore, Minn. - Bio
 
Region 2 (4-year term) Wisconsin
Tim Evert (Incumbent) – North Freedom, Wis. - Bio
 
Region 3 (4-year term) Illinois
Allyn Buhrow – Ashton, Ill. – Bio

Nominating Committe Candidates- 1 Year Term

Region 1- Minnesota
Rick Alberts (Incumbent)
Ruth Buck (Incumbent)
Sharon Hirsch (Incumbent)
Ron Mohr (Incumbent)
Julie Sievert (Incumbent)
Diane Stenzel (Incumbent)
Ben Storm (Incumbent)
Brent Ziegler (Incumbent)
Alternates:  Rosanne Caughey – Fort Ripley, MN and Rick Jahn – Spring Valley, MN

Region 2- Wisconsin
Dorothy Anderson (Incumbent)
John Bertram (Incumbent)
Marc Boettcher (Incumbent)
Steven Endres (Incumbent)
Sally Roe (Incumbent)
Brian Schaal (Incumbent)
Limberly Wedig
JoAnn Wingers (Incumbent)
Alternates: Mark Breunig – Sheboygan Falls, WI and Traci Graham – Darlington, WI

Region 3- Illinois
Chad Bremmer (Incumbent)
Zach Henkel (Incumbent)
Jenny Mennenga
Kathy Reinhardt
Lynn Stoller (Incumbent)
Jacob Streitmatter (Incumbent)
Becky Thomas
David Westerlund (Incumbent)
Alternates: Brent Clair – Loraine, IL and Fred Seville – Leland, IL

As part of the 2019 election, Compeer Financial’s Fund for Rural America is pleased to be making a donation of $5 per returned ballot to AgrAbility. In total, Compeer’s gift will be $28,425 for programs in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. AgrAbility is an organization committed to helping disabled farmers and agriculture workers – enhancing their lives and helping them to continue to succeed in rural America.