Ken Schilz

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Nebraska

State Senate (Nebraska 47)

01/07/2009

Family: Wife: Deb; 2 Children: Jacob, Elizabeth

Born: 01/17/1969 Ogallala, NE

Home: Ogallala, Nebraska

Religion: Catholic

Education: BS, Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1992

Profession: Feed Yard Manager/Various Supervisor Positions/Head of Cattle Procurement, McGinley Schilz Feed Yard, 1995-present Farmer, McGinley Schilz Company, 1992-1995

Political: Senator, Nebraska State Legislature, 2008-present Member, Ogallala Planning and Zoning Committee, 2007-present Member/President/Vice President, Nebraska Water Users Board of Directors, 1995-present Recreation Rep, Governor's Platte River Advisory Committee, 2000-2004

Congressional Membership: Member, Twin Platte Natural Resources District Integrated Management Plan Task Force, 2007-present Member, Ogallala Planning and Zoning Committee, 2007-present Member, Twin Platte Natural Resources District Stakeholder Task Force, 2005-present South Platte Rep, Nebraska Water Policy Task Force, 2003-present

Organization Membership: Member, Keith County Community Foundation Board of Directors, present Member, Knights of Columbus, present Member, Nebraska Farm Bureau, present Member, Ogallala/Keith County Chamber of Commerce, present Member, Saint Luke's Catholic Church, present Member, Keith County Community Foundation Board, 2007-present Member, Ogallala Elks Club, 2007-present Member, Ogallala Planning Commission Board, 2006-present Member, Water Education Committee for Lake McConaughy Visitors Center, 2006-present Member, Rotary Club, 2005-present President, Keith County Area Development, 2003-present Member, Keith County Area Development, 2002-present Member, Western Irrigation District Member, 2000-present Vice President, Nebraska Water Users, 1997-present President, Nebraska Water Users, 1996 Member/Vice Chair Marketing Committee, Nebraska Cattlemen, 1994-2007 Assistant Scout Leader, Boy Scouts of America, 2004

Committees:

Agriculture

Business and Labor

Natural Resources

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