David Sigloh, president
David Sigloh lives on a farm southwest of Kenmare, N.D. He and his wife Penny own and operates a clothing and embroidery business, and a restaurant in Kenmare.
David is the board president of the Burke Divide Electric Cooperative. He serves on the board at the Kenmare Vet's Club, and is a volunteer EMT with the Kenmare Ambulance Service.
David and Penny have three grown children, and three grandchildren.
Martin Dahl, vice-president
Martin Dahl is currently the General Manager/CEO of McLean Electric Cooperative. He received his electrical engineering degree from Montana State University and a graduate management degree from Minot State University.
Martin began his career as an engineering designer of transmission lines. He moved into management as director of engineering for Farmers Electric Cooperative in Clovis, New Mexico before entering the private sector as a project engineer and consultant with offices in Billings, Mont.
Martin rejoined the electric cooperative industry in Minot with Verendrye Electric Cooperative before assuming his current leadership role with McLean Electric Cooperative in Garrison in 2009. Martin was Garrison Chamber of Commerce president in 2014 and is a member of the Underwood Economic Development Board, Garrison Improvement Association, the N.D. Rural Electric Cooperative Association Legislative Advisory Committee and the National Society of Professional Engineers.
Dahl was North Dakota Statewide Managers Association president in 2012 and Central Power Managers Association president in 2013.
Jon McMillan, secretary
Jon McMillan began representing Polar Communications on the RDFC Board in January of 2016. Jon has served on Polar Communications Board since June 2007. He also serves on the North Dakota Telephone Company (Devils Lake) Board, is currently President of the State Historical Society of North Dakota Foundation Board, and President of the Walsh County Historical Society, along with various other boards.
Jon and his wife Jeannen are retired farmers near Fordville, N.D. They retain some cattle, along with helping their sons with the family farm.
They have 3 sons, 2 of which are currently running the McMillan Farm operations. Jon and Jeannen have 7 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.
Jon is a history buff who is intrigued by Native American history. He is very proud of the state in which he resides and cannot imagine living anywhere else.
Paula Anderson is involved in farming and ranching, with her husband and son on the family farm south of Regent, ND. Paula has served on the board of directors for Consolidated Telecom of Dickinson, ND since 2009. Paula enjoys rural southwestern ND, where her community involvement includes current board positions on the Hettinger County Historical Society and Maine Township. She is actively involved in Mott Evangelical Community Church. Larry and Paula have 4 children and 2 grandchildren, all residing in the Mott/Regent area. Rural Development is important to Paula to keep quality of life in rural America.
Wes Engbrecht is the Communications and Public Relations director for Capital Electric Cooperative in Bismarck. Prior to his 10 years in this capacity, Wes had careers in public accounting and banking.
Wes serves as the chairman of the Sanford Health board in Bismarck, as the vice-president of the Bismarck Public Schools Foundation board, and as a member of the United Blood Services Leadership Council. He has been involved with the United Way, the Bismarck Mandan Chamber, and the Bismarck Optimist Club for many years.
Originally from Zap, ND, Wes lives in Bismarck with his wife and two children. He is a 1986 graduate of the University of North Dakota.
Allan Engh has been a director on SRT’s board since 1998 and is currently serving as the Board Vice President for 2017-18. He is a member of the SRT Economic Development, Annual Meeting and Board Retreat committees. He also served as the Mayor for 16 years for the city of Sherwood.
Allan is a former member of the Souris Basin Planning Council for 22 years and during parts of that tenure, served on the Executive Board. Allan also served as the Rural Representative for 6 years on the MAGIC Fund Committee, which is a fund that exists to create jobs, expand the local tax base and improve the entrepreneurial climate in the region. Allan resides in Sherwood with his wife Connie.
Robert Grant currently serves as a director of Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative (first elected 1981), Coordinating Council of Cooperatives, Rural Development Finance Corporation, North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives (since 1998 – President since 2008), and Northwest Landowners Association (Incorporator --- Treasurer).
He operated a portable grain cleaning mill for 28 years and served as Secretary/Treasurer of the North Dakota Simmental Association for 15 years. Bob also served as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Northwest North Dakota Select Simmental Group for over 25 years.
Bob has served on many boards, including Egan Township, Berthold Farmers Elevator, Berthold School, North Dakota Simmental Association, St. Olaf Lutheran Church (Tagus), Palermo Lutheran Parish, Zion Lutheran Church (Berthold), Mountrail Bethel Home (Stanley), Mountrail County Medical Center & Mountrail County Health Foundation (Stanley).
Bob and his wife Helen have farmed and ranched in Mountrail County near Berthold since 1972. They have 4 children who are involved in the cattle operation, and 4 grandchildren.
Bob graduated from NDSU in 1971with a degree in Mechanized Agriculture & Agricultural Education
Andy Weiss is the Accounting Manager for Cass County Electric Cooperative in Fargo. He oversees all the accounting and payroll that is done at the Cooperative. Andy has been with Cass County Electric Cooperative for three years and before that he was an external auditor for a public accounting firm. As an external auditor, Andy primarily audited electric cooperatives and not-for-profit entities.
Andy is originally from Bismarck and now lives in West Fargo with his wife. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the University of North Dakota in 2009. He is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Andy has been a resident of North Dakota all of his life and is very appreciative of what this great state has given to him and his family. Both of his parents grew up in rural North Dakota and Andy spent a lot of his childhood on the family farm where his mom grew up and in the small town his dad lived in so rural North Dakota has a special place in his heart.