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Et cetera :: Benton County Conservation Board welcomes new member Randy Scheel
· 4:10pm October 16th, 2012
I would like to be the first to welcome our newest member of the BCCB, Randy Scheel. Today the Board of County Supervisors voted to appoint Randy to the Conservation Board. I wanted to personally thank Randy for his interest in conservation and his hard work on the OCNT through the years. I know that he will help us grow the department to new levels. I look forward to working with him, and welcome him to our team.
Randy's biography, in his words:
I was born and raised in Garrison and graduated from Vinton in 1983. I went to Coe College and graduated in 1987 with a BA in Psychology. After college, I worked in the trucking industry for 13.5 years as the director of recruiting for one of the country's largest carriers. In August 2003 I joined the Hightower Advertising Agency which allows me to work from home. As a result, my family decided to move back "home" and have lived NW of Garrison for the past 8 years.
I am married to Teresa and we have three daughters, Abby (14), Brenna (12) and Rylee (10). I am currently an elder at St Mark's Lutheran Church in Garrison and also am President of the Old Creamery Nature Trail. I also serve on the Benton County Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management committee, the Regional Trails Committee through the ECICOG and am one of the captains of the Viking Alumni Football Team. I enjoy hunting, fishing and running.
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