Director Sigurdson Retires

Paul Sigurdson has retired after serving 30 years as one of Nodak Electric’s board of directors. He has represented District 1 since 1991. During his tenure, Paul served in various board leadership roles, including the role of chairman of both Nodak Electric’s board and Square Butte Electric Cooperative’s board. Paul, a lifelong learner, became a Credentialed Cooperative Director and completed the NRECA board leadership program.  

Over the years, Paul played an integral part in shaping policy that has helped Nodak continue to grow. Paul stated, “I have truly enjoyed my tenure on the board of directors of Nodak Electric Cooperative. I would like to graciously thank the cooperative members of District 1 for their support, as well as the incredibly talented employees at Nodak. I was afforded the opportunity to grow and learn as a director. I am grateful for the lifelong friendships made. It has been a remarkable experience to serve the Nodak Electric Cooperative.”

Paul and his wife, Ina, live on a farm near Gardar, N.D. In retirement, Paul and Ina plan to enjoy traveling to see their four daughters and their families. Paul is especially proud of his granddaughter, five grandsons and two granddaughters-in-law.