Member-Owners Elected to GENEX Council

Member-Owners Elected to GENEX Council


Member-Owners Elected to GENEX Council
Casey Dugan of Arizona joins the GENEX cooperative council following elections held at the organization’s annual meeting.

SHAWANO, Wisconsin — At the GENEX annual meeting held Jan. 23 in Bloomington, Minnesota, five cattle producers were elected to three-year terms on the cooperative’s 13-member council.

Casey Dugan of Casa Grande, Arizona, was elected to his first term. Re-elected to the council were Daniel Tetreault of Champlain, New York; Lamar Gockley of Mohnton, Pennsylvania; Kay Olson-Martz of Friendship, Wisconsin; and Jody Schaap of Woodstock, Minnesota.

Following the annual meeting, the GENEX council elected officers. Those holding officer positions for 2019 include:

  • John Ruedinger, Van Dyne, Wisconsin – president
  • Bobby Robertson, Tahlequah, Oklahoma – first vice president
  • Harold House, Nokesville, Virginia – second vice president
  • Ron Totten, Stafford, New York – secretary



GENEX is the trusted provider of world-class animal genetics, progressive reproductive solutions, value-added products and innovative services. As a cooperative business, GENEX serves members and customers – dairy and beef cattle producers – across the globe. For more information, please visit


Member-Owners Elected to GENEX Council

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