Term Expires: 2019
15739 680th Avenue
Joel Niemeyer lives on an acreage near Zearing Iowa. He is married to Pam Niemeyer and they have five children, Brandon, Bryce, McKenzie, Jadyn, and Colton, who all attend Colo-Nesco. Joel and his family have lived in this school district now for 14 years. Joel is a Log Buyer/Forester for Bohlke Veneer Company. He helps coach youth sports such as flag football and baseball. He enjoyed helping with 4H activities, helping his children show livestock, fishing, and camping. This is Joel's fifth year on the Colo-Nesco School Board
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224 2nd Street, PO Box 185
Traci grew up just north of here in the town of Hubbard. She graduated from Hubbard-Radcliffe in 1997 and received her accounting degree from UNI in 2001. Traci lives in Colo with her husband Josh and their three children, Bekah, Annabelle, & Caleb. She works as an accountant for The Merrill Company (part of The Arnold Group of Companies, which also includes Arnold Motor Supply & Midwest Cylinder Head). Traci enjoys spending time with her family, being involved with her church’s youth group and worship team, leading the ladies’ FCA huddle, coaching youth basketball, and attending C-N activities.
15633 650th Ave
I was raised in Melbourne, Iowa and attended all four of the school buildings in the West Marshall district - graduating from the high school in State Center. Shortly after graduation, I married Gary and moved to McCallsburg where we were blessed to work for amazing landlords prior to farming on our own.
I am a graduate of Marshalltown Community College and began my working career at Donnelley Marketing's Human Resource office in Nevada. I have a varied work background - including a stint as High School Secretary at Colo-Nesco, and a working partner on the farm. I presently work at Gilbert Community Schools as District Administrative Assistant in the Superintendent's office and am a Mary Kay Consultant.
We are surrogate parents to my younger brother and sister (she is a NESCO graduate) and parents to Gannon (a CN graduate and former school board member). We have a wonderful daughter-in-law, Heidi, and she and Gannon currently live in Maxwell.
In my downtime, I swim twice a week and love to walk outdoors, but anyone who knows me at all, knows I most love reading!
I look forward to my term on the CN School Board and plan to be the best listener I can be for all the patrons of the district and make sure that we do all we can to prepare our students for life out in the real world.
School Board Treasure & Secretary
Colo-Nesco CSD Buisness Office
19460 710th Avenue
Jon is a 1990 graduate of Colo-Nesco. He and his wife, Sandy, have three sons in the CN District: Steven, Sean and Kenny. Jon has been active on the Colo Recreation Board for 9 years and has coached t-ball and baseball. He is employed by Almaco in Nevada and also farms.
69726 110th Street
My wife Katherine and I were married and moved to Colo in 1979. In 1984 after the birth of our first 2 children, we moved to Zearing. Our children started in the Colo-NESCO district about the time it became “official” and since then all 4 of our children have become graduates of Colo-NESCO. During this time Kathy has worked at the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown and after finishing graduate school at Iowa State University, I have worked for Metabolic Technologies in Ames. While Kathy spent her life in the central Iowa area, I was born in Des Moines, lived in Marshalltown a couple of years, grew up and went through public school in Massachusetts (where most of my family still resides), and then moved back to Iowa in 1973 after graduating from Foxborough High School in Massachusetts. Over the years I have served the community and our youth in many capacities: serving in various offices in our church supporting youth programs; served on the Riverside Bible Camp Board of Directors; served in many capacities with the Boy Scouts including Cubmaster; and have coached youth in Basketball, Soccer, Baseball and Volleyball. I am entering my tenth year on the board and I believe our youth are our future and that we all need to invest time and effort to make sure they succeed. I believe in public education as the foundation of this country, and that a strong public educational system prepares our youth for successful and productive lives as adults.
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