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New Hires

Matt Konze has been hired as an apprentice lineman with the construction crew. A lineman for seven years, Matt previously worked at Strata, AW Power as a foreman and at East Grand Forks Water and Light. An East Grand Forks native, Matt and wife, Danica, have a daughter, Amelia, and are expecting a baby boy in September. In his spare time, he enjoys being outdoors, going to the lake, hunting and fishing.

Jolene Landis has been hired as warehouse person. Joleen’s duties include receiving and distributing construction materials, assisting with work orders, maintenance of reclosers and maintenance of buildings and grounds. A Larimore, N.D., native, Joleen previously worked at Landis Enterprises, Inc., running heavy equipment and doing bookkeeping. She also co-owned the Larimore Flower and Gift Shop for nine years with her husband, Jay. Joleen and Jay have three kids and three grandkids. Her hobbies include going to the lake, fishing and hanging out with family and friends.

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Director Lund Retires

Doug Lund became a member of the board of directors for Sheyenne Valley Electric Cooperative in 1990 and the board of Nodak Electric since the merger on Jan. 1, 2001. He earned a business education degree from Mayville State University and taught school in Richardton, N.D., and Prior Lake, Minn., before moving northwest of Sharon to farm.

In the past, he has served on the North Dakota Statewide board, the Finley-Sharon school board, the Trinity Lutheran Church board, the Sharon Elevator board, the Sharon Township board and the Steele County Crop Improvement Association.

Doug and his wife, Carol, farm wheat, barley, flax and soybeans. They have three grown children and three grandchildren. Retirement includes traveling, volunteering and spending time with family and spoiling the grandkids.

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Annual Meeting Highlights

About 400 members and guests attended Nodak Electric Cooperative’s 78th annual meeting Thursday, April 12, 2018, at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks. Members enjoyed a roast beef dinner served by the Alerus staff.

During the meeting, the cooperative’s board of directors was seated for the upcoming year, including the selection of officers and three director elections. Paul Sigurdson was re-elected to represent District 1, David Hagert was re-elected to represent District 2 and new board member David Brag was elected to represent District 3. Following the meeting, Nodak’s board of directors elected Luther Meberg as its chairman. In addition, Les Windjue was named vice chairman and David Kent was named secretary-treasurer.

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May/Jun 2018

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