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Bill began his professional career with Agland in June of 1973. He worked all facets of the Cooperative learning first hand. In 1987 Bill departed Agland Coop to begin his management career first with Community Oil Company of Webster and Roslyn, SD then in 1991 with Freeman Coop Oil at Freeman, SD. as General Manager prior to his current opportunity with Agland Coop in August of 2013.
Bill and his wife Diane (Crosley), have five daughters and eight grandchildren. Bill’s favorite past times include , driving their convertible Mustang, hunting and golfing, though most enjoyment is spent with his family.
Dave Boehmer has worked for Agland Coop in a variety of capacities since 1978. Dave has been the Assistant General Manager since 2008. He is also the Petroleum Manager, a position he has held since 1998. Dave has also worked in the shop, on the grain bin crew and farm tire service crew as well as in the Fertilizer Department.
Dave was born in Parkston and grew up on a farm near there. He and his family moved into Parkston in 1972 and he then graduated from Parkston High School in 1977. He has been married to Lynette since 1980. Together, they have three children: Brent, Brianna, and Bryson. They also have one granddaughter, Brynlee. Dave enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, fishing and hunting. Dave says, “Agland Coop is a great place to work. Great customers make our business. Great employees make our company.”
Dianne Thury began her career at Agland Coop in 1998 as the secretary at the Parkston Fertilzer Plant. In 2012, she became the Safety Director . Dianne grew up on a farm west of Dimock. She graduated from Parkston High School. Dianne has been married to Larry for 40 years. Together they have four children and seven grandchildren.