I have been in practice in Bemidji since 1978. I have been a long time member of the Bemidji Lion's Club, and am a 100% Past President of the club. I currently serve on the Bemijdi... more
I have been in practice in Bemidji since 1978. I have been a long time member of the Bemidji Lion's Club, and am a 100% Past President of the club. I currently serve on the Bemijdi Lion's Club's board of directors. I am also currently the Vice President of Program for the Voyageurs Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. I also serve on the School Board for my local church. I en... view profile
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