2023 Board Election Results
The results of the Compeer Board of Director and Nominating Committee election were tallied by an independent third party on October 9, 2023. Three individuals have secured their seats on the Compeer Financial Board of Directors, each serving a four-year term.
Rodney Bosma, Rushmore, Minn., Region 1
Rod Bosma operates Bosma Farms in Rushmore, Minn., a diversified family farm producing corn, soybeans, hay, cattle and hogs. He’s also done purebred Angus breeding stock sales and operated an over-the-road trucking company. Rod serves on Compeer Financial’s Audit and Finance, and Young, Beginning and Small Farmer Committees. He is also a member of the Rushmore Fire and Rescue Department. Bosma graduated from the Ag Production Management Program at Worthington Community College and the Minnesota West Farm Business Management Program.
Rod and his wife Bonnie have three daughters and one son, two sons-in-law and three grandchildren. Rod has been a Farm Credit member since 1986.
Rod was elected to the board in 2019 and his current term expires in 2027.
Tracy Travis, Cambridge, Wis. Region 2
Tracy Travis operates S&T Farms in Cambridge, Wis., producing corn, soybeans and wheat alongside her husband and parents. The family also operates S&T Ag, an agronomy service business. Tracy is the founder and CEO of ImpacTT Collective and previously worked for the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) for nearly 18 years, holding a variety of marketing leadership positions. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Cambridge School District, and has served as Board President since 2016. She’s previously served as a board member of Dane County Farm Bureau, Wisconsin Farm Bureau Young Agriculturalist and Association of Women in Agriculture Alumni.
Tracy is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and has an MBA in Marketing from Edgewood College. Tracy and her husband, Adam, have three daughters. She’s been a Farm Credit member since 2011.
Tracy was elected to the Board in 2023 and her current term expires in 2027.
Allyn Buhrow, Ashton, Ill. Region 3
Allyn Buhrow is a self-employed corn and soybean farmer in Ashton, Ill., farming in partnership with his family and parents. He also operates a seed sales agency, serving growers and landowners in Lee and Ogle counties. Allyn serves on Compeer Financial’s Enterprise Risk, Legislative Affairs, and Young, Beginning, Small Farmer Committees. He also serves on the AgriBank District Farm Credit Council. He has been involved in numerous organizations including the Lee County Farm Bureau, the Lee County Board, Illinois Leadership Committee for Ag Education (ILCAE) and Illinois Agricultural Leadership Program (IALP). Buhrow is a graduate of the University of Illinois.
Allyn and his wife, Amy, have two young adult children. He has been a Farm Credit member since 2006.
Allyn was elected to the board in 2019 and his current term expires in 2027.
The following were elected to serve a one-year term on the Nominating Committee:
Rick Alberts (I)
Rosanne Caughey (I)
David Marquardt (I)
Ron Mohr (I)
Tami Nelson (I)
Julie Sievert (I)
Diane Stenzel (I)
Brent Ziegler (I)
Alternates: Andy Huneke, Rhonda Toquam
Dorothy Anderson (I)
Marc Boettcher (I)
Mark Breunig (I)
Steven Endres (I)
Christina Meylor (I)
Brian Schaal (I) – Burlington, Wis.
JoAnn Wingers (I) – Randolph, Wis.
Alternates: John Bertram (I), Bruce VanderVeen
Chad Bremmer (I)
Zach Henkel (I)
Jenny Mennenga (I)
Kathy Reinhardt (I)
Lynn Stoller (I)
Jacob Zumwalt (I)
Alternates: Justin Bolander, David Westerlund (I)
(I) – Incumbent