Kim joined the team in our northern-most branch in 2013, but she’s just recently become a resident of Mohall. She and her family reside on a 10-acre farm in Renville County, where they are busy adding a deck to enjoy the long summer days.
“I like being outside – mowing, yardwork.” When winter sets in she finds she spends more time with friends, including playing pinochle. She’s also preparing to send her son to college next month, so she is helping him prepare for his first taste of life on his own. She says she’ll still attend some of the sporting events during the school year, even if he isn’t one of the competitors. For the summer, at least, they are still enjoying his last year of Legion Baseball games.
Kim makes up one fourth of the core team in our Mohall Branch, working as a Member Services Representative. She admits, her favorite part of the job is working with the members. “The people. The members. Seeing them. The ‘Good mornings,’ and ‘How are yous’ and the smiles. That’s what I enjoy.” She also credits her three coworkers, too. “We work well together.”
Kim also co-authored our newsletter article about preparing for her son to head to college. See the steps she is taking to help him be successful away from home. If you want to visit her in person when you are traveling to Lake Metigoshe or the Bottineau region, Kim and the staff in Mohall are glad to provide service to any of our members. Be sure to ask her about her dog, Macy, too.