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Nitschke, Bosse appointed to Dakota Valley Electric board

They are serving out the remainder of two terms on vacant seats.

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New directors have been appointed to fill two vacant seats on Dakota Valley Electric Cooperative’s board of directors, announced Arden Fuher, cooperative board president.

The new directors are Jeremy Nitschke, Jud, North Dakota, who will represent the cooperative’s West Region, District 1; and Bruce Bosse, Cogswell, North Dakota, who will represent the Central Region, District 3.

Nitschke and Bosse will serve the remainder of the unexpired terms of the board positions formerly held by Blaine Lundgren, Kulm, and Richard “Dick” Johnson, Brampton, who died in March 2022. Their terms will expire in June 2024.

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Jeremy Nitschke
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Nitschke is a family farmer and rancher. He served as a director on the board of CHS Dakota Prairie Ag, Edgeley, for 10 years, and he continues to serve on the CHS Dakota Plains board since the merger of the two cooperatives. Nitschke and his wife, Tina, and their three sons, Adam, Jacob and Luke, live on the family farm north of Jud.

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Bruce Bosse
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Bosse and his brother operate a third-generation family farm near Brampton. Bosse graduated from Sargent-Central High School and attended North Dakota State University, earning a degree in plant science. After receiving his degree, he worked for Northern Plains Ag in Forman, North Dakota. Bosse and his wife Jodi, and their children, Hadley, 9, and Cannon, 6, live on a farm near Brampton.

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“Serving on the board of a rural electric cooperative, like Dakota Valley requires dedication and a commitment to improving our communities," said Fuhrer. "I want to thank Jeremy and Bruce for their willingness to give their time and talents to supporting and strengthening our cooperative.

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