Brian Klevemann joins Loup Power District
Brian Klevemann has joined Loup Power District as Storekeeper. In his new role, Klevemann’s duties include purchasing, storing, and issuing materials and stock for projects across Loup’s service area. These materials include power poles, connectors, and wire.
Communities Receive $1.5 million
Loup Power District recently delivered lease payments totaling more than $1.5 million to area communities. Each of these communities owns their electric distribution systems. These payments compensate them for the use of those systems for the third quarter of 2023. Communities use the funds for a variety of public projects.
Loup’s Annual Cookbooks Now Available
Loup Power District’s complimentary cookbooks are now available to customers. The cookbook features favorite recipes submitted by Loup Power District employees and retirees and their spouses.
Ferris Retires after more than 40 years of service
Canal Lead Lance Ferris has retired from Loup Power District after more than 40 years of service. Ferris joined Loup in 1982 as a Maintenance Technician at the Genoa Headworks. In 1985, he was promoted to Equipment Operator. He was promoted to Dredge Operator in 1988. In 2015, Ferris transferred to Equipment Operator at the Columbus Service Center. He was promoted to Canal Lead in 2020.
Prososki Marks 30 years at Loup Power
Headworks Supervisor Randy Prososki was recently recognized for 30 years of service to Loup Power District. Prososki joined Loup in 1993 as a Maintenance Technician at the Headworks. He was promoted to Dredge Operator in 1997 and transferred to Heavy Equipment Operator in 2018. Later that year he was promoted to Headworks Supervisor.
Gottsch Promoted to Equipment Operator
Loup Power District recently promoted Scott Gottsch to Equipment Operator. In his new role, Gottsch operates the District’s heavy equipment and is part of the crew that performs maintenance on the canal system from Genoa to Columbus. He also works at the two powerhouses when needed, helps build substations, and maintains District parks and lakes.