Candidates for 2014-2017 Associates Board Director
Colin McClure, Greater Nebraska
PMI Nebraska LLC
Mr. Colin McClure is president of PMI Nebraska LLC in Grand Island, Neb. He joined GEAPS in 1984 and has served in chapter and International leadership.
Colin is a current Associates Board director and a member of the Chapter Resource Committee and Exchange 2014 Host Advisory Council. He has formerly served as secretary/treasurer and Associates vice president of the Greater Nebraska Chapter.
“I value my GEAPS membership, and as an Associates Board director I will remain committed to the advancement of the GEAPS’ core purpose to our members.”
Todd Morey, Kansas City
Mr. Todd Morey is a sales manager at AIRLANCO in Falls City, Neb. A GEAPS member since 2010, he has served in chapter leadership.
Todd is a director for the Kansas City Chapter.
“I am committed to putting in the needed time and resources to assist GEAPS on its core mission of being The Knowledge Resource base for the grain handling industry.”
Wade Spencer, Great Plains
Mr. Wade Spencer is business development manager at Maxi-Lift Inc., Hutchinson, Kan. He has been a GEAPS member since 2009, and has served in chapter leadership.
Wade is the treasurer for the Great Plains Chapter.
“My commitment to GEAPS is teaching new, as well as existing, members to understand how important chapter meetings and recruitment are to maintaining strong chapters. I want to bring new items and excitement to the table. I will work to get everyone involved in their chapters and encourage participation in the K-State online classes.”
Darren Zink, Hoosier
Brock Grain Systems
Mr. Darren Zink is a strategic accounts manager at Brock Grain Systems, Milford, Ind. A GEAPS member since 1999, he has served in chapter and International leadership.
Darren is past president of the Hoosier Chapter, and has served as the chapter’s president and vice president. He is a member of the Distance Education Program Oversight Committee, and served on the Exchange 2013 Host Advisory Council.
“My goal as an Associates Board member is to focus on ensuring that our continuing education programs reach the goals set forth by GEAPS. As our industry evolves, it is important to harness the experience of our members to ensure that GEAPS remains the grain operations knowledge resource for the world.”