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Anderson, Dieter join WCI board

MORRIS, Minn. --Stevens County residents Warrenn Anderson and Sue Dieter have been appointed to the West Central Initiative (WCI) Board of Directors.

“As we looked for a candidate to represent Stevens County, Sue and Warrenn both came highly recommended and impressed us so much the board decided to ask both to join. We are so pleased they accepted their nominations to the WCI Board of Directors,” said Nancy Straw, WCI president. 

Anderson is an attorney and partner with Fluegel, Anderson, McLaughlin and Brutlag, which serves both Morris and Ortonville. He is active in Stevens Forward, the Minnesota Renewable Energy Marketplace, the University of Minnesota, Morris (UMM) Chancellor’s Advisory Committee, the West Central Economic Development Alliance, scouting, youth sports and Sunday school. He and his wife, Jeri, have three children and five grandchildren.

Dieter is the publisher of the Morris Sun Tribune and the Hancock Record. Previously she was on-air talent at KMRS/KKOK Radio and program coordinator at UMM. She is a member of the Morris Kiwanis and the Barnes-Aastad Soil and Water Conservation Research Association. She and her husband, Jim, have two children.

West Central Initiative is a regional community foundation serving the nine west central Minnesota counties of Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Otter Tail, Pope, Stevens, Traverse and Wilkin. WCI invests resources in our communities for regional success, using the tools of economic development and community development, and by promoting philanthropy. Learn more at