After 42 years of working long days and nights in some of North Dakota’s most unforgiving weather, Mel Nagel, crew foreman with the Hillsboro crew, is retiring.
Mel began his employment with Nodak Electric in May of 1981. A graduate of Bismarck Junior College’s (now called Bismarck State College) electrical lineman course, he began his career as a lineman at Nodak’s Hillsboro outpost location. He was promoted to Hillsboro crew foreman in 2001, a position he held until his retirement.
Mel is well-liked and respected by fellow employees and members throughout the area because of his willingness to help and his dedication to get the job done. Mel plans to enjoy every day of retirement by traveling and spending more time with family.
Nodak Electric thanks Mel for his 42 years of dedication and service and wishes him all the best in his retirement!
2 New Faces In Member Services
Bethany Rambeck, a native of East Grand Forks, Minn., and graduate of Northland Community and Technical College, comes to Nodak with previous work experience in customer service working at Opticare-Forks Vision Clinic. With family in town, she loves spending free time with her three nephews and two nieces. She’s also an avid traveler with ambitions to visit every state in the U.S. and every continent.
Rachael Boman, also a native of East Grand Forks, Minn., and a graduate of the University of North Dakota, comes to Nodak with previous work experience in the healthcare industry as a Health Unit Coordinator at Valley Senior Living. In her spare time she loves spending time outdoors with her husband Luke and children, Carson (3) and Bristol (1), and puppy Willow. They enjoy going to the lake, taking in the parks and strolling the Greenway.