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Vander Kinter Re-Elected as WCO President
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 02/02/2015

Kathy Vander Kinter has been re-elected to serve as president of the Wisconsin Custom Operators, Inc. Now serving her second year in the role, she is the first female president in the history of the organization.

Elected during the recent WCO annual convention in Wisconsin Dells, Vander Kinter is employed by Vander Kinter Farms, LLC, a custom harvesting and manure hauling business in Green Bay owned by her husband, Luke, and extended family members. In addition to serving as president, she represents the North Region on the WCO board.

"I am honored to serve another year as president because we have big things planned for members and sponsors in 2015," Vander Kinter said. "We just unveiled our Safety Certification Program and have our first training planned for March 20. WCO remains committed to adding value to our members."

Meanwhile, Cole Olson, co-owner of Diversified Farms, LTD from Alma, was re-elected to the board of directors and as vice president. Troy Meyer, Meyer Manufacturing in Dorchester, was re-elected as Secretary/Treasurer. And Bryce O'Leary, Janesville, was elected to his first term on the board to replace Daryll Manthe of DeForest, who is retiring from the board.

WCO is an organization comprised of individuals throughout the state who derive their income in whole or part from providing custom farming services.

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