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Through a mail ballot, the stockholders of FCS Financial reelected four incumbents to the board. Mark DeShon of Clarksdale, Mo., Dan Devlin of Edina, Mo., Maurice Glosemeyer of Marthasville, Mo., and James Nivens of LaRussell, Mo., will each serve three-year terms. FCS Financial provides credit and financial services to agricultural producers, agricultural-related businesses and rural residents. The FCS Financial board consists of 15 members and has 12 areas of representation.

DeShon’s, 53, area of representation includes Andrew, Atchison, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Harrison, Holt, Nodaway and Worth counties. His farming operation consists of cow/calf, stocker and fat cattle herds, contract broilers, corn, soybean, wheat, rye and Triticale. DeShon is also a member of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, Quad County Cattlemen’s Association and DeKalb County Farm Bureau. He has served on the FCS Financial Board of Directors since 2006.

Devlin, 42, represents Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Putnam, Schuyler and Scotland counties. He and his wife, Karisha, have a son and are expecting their second child this summer. They operate a grain farm raising corn, soybeans and wheat. Devlin earned a Bachelor’s degree in agriculture from the University of Missouri. He is a member of the Knox County Soil and Water Conservation District Board, MU Greenley Research Center Advisory Board serving as treasurer and St. Joseph Church Finance Committee. He is an alumnus of Agriculture Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT). Devlin has served on the FCS Financial Board of Directors since 2009.

Glosemeyer, 66, represents Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Cooper, Howard, Montgomery, Saline and Warren counties. He and his wife, Jayne, have seven children and four grandchildren. They farm with two of their sons. Their farming operation consists of corn, soybeans and wheat. Glosemeyer also works for ADM Crop Risk Services as a Claims Supervisor. He is a member of Warren County Farm Bureau where he also served as president on the Board of Directors. He also served as president of the Missouri Valley Levee District and Charette Gun Club. His family attends St. Ignatius Catholic Church where he served as secretary/treasurer of St. Ignatius Loyola Men’s Club. Glosemeyer was elected to the FCS Financial Board of Directors in 2009 and currently serves as chairman of the Audit Committee.

Nivens, 63, serves Barry, Barton, Dade, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton and Stone counties, and the City of St. Louis. He and his wife, Carolyn, have two daughters, two sons-in-law, and two grandsons. Nivens is the fifth generation farming his location that started in 1852. His farming operation consists of corn, soybeans, wheat, fescue seed, hay and backgrounding home-raised calves and replacement heifers. Nivens is a member of the Miller FFA Alumni Association and attends Round Grove Baptist Church. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics from Missouri State University. He was employed by Ozark PCA 1974-1977 becoming a borrower/member of the cooperative in 1981. He was elected to FCS Financial’s Board of Directors in 1998 and has served as the Board’s chairman since 2009.

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