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Board Members - 2015

President:

Andy Howe
Clay County Sheriff

   

1st Vice President:

Barry Hillestad
Day County Sheriff

   

2nd Vice President:

Troy Wellman
Moody County

   

3rd Vice President:

Bill Stahl
Sully County

   

4th Vice President:

Ray Clements Jr.
Jackson County

   

Secretary/Treasurer:

Sheriff Steve Manger
Lyman County

   

Immediate Past President:

Fred Lamphere
Butte County Sheriff

   

Executive Director:

Staci Ackerman

   

Board Minutes

2011

Spring Conference

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2010

Spring Conference

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2009

Fall Conference

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Past Presidents

YEAR PAST PRESIDENT COUNTY

1953

Glenn Best

Pennington

1954

Glenn Best

Pennington

1955

Warren Grandle

Hughes

1956

Lester Karas

Faulk

1957

John Walter

Sanborn

1958

Lloyd Shenk

Codington

1959

Ralph Kreitman

Hughes

1960

Virgil Haley

Brule

1961

Eldon Johnson

Hamlin

1963

Bernie Kopecky

Brown

1964

Edward Ekren

Union

1965

Winston Barness

Spink

1966

Glenn Best

Pennington

1967

Barney Boos

Minnehaha

1968

Gerrit Brink

Aurora

1969

Willard Weiland

Turner

1970

Lyle Swenson

Davison

1971

Armond Vik

Deuel

1972

Robert Jurgensen

Brule

1973

Adolph Bail, Jr.

Harding

1974

Ruben Huber

Charles Mix

1975

Gordon Ribstein

Brookings

1976

Don Bahr

Hand

1977

Carl Moser

Yankton

1978

Jack Manke

Fall River

1979

Bud Rasmussen

Union

1980

Les Hawkey

Minnehaha

1981

Mel Larson

Pennington

1982

Ken Albers

Lincoln

1983

Arlo Mortimer

Hughes

1984

Ron Morrow

Douglas

1985

Leo Bray

Fall River

1986

Dan Mack

Hamlin

1987

Gary Newman

Spink

1988

Don Holloway

Pennington

1989

David Hunhoff

Yankton

1990

Charles Schamens

Codington

1991

Danny Garner

Haakon

1992

Stephen Oakes

Brown

1993

Dick Davis

Butte

1994

Roger Page

Harding

1995

Raymond Passick

Clay

1996

Timothy Reisch

Miner

1997

Paul Morehouse

Turner

1998

Eugene Taylor

McCook

1999

Don Holloway

Pennington

2000

Ron Merwin

Meade

2001

Mike Leidholt

Hughes

2002

Rick Mowell

Lawrence

2003

Kelly Serr

Perkins

2004

Charles Smith

Kingsbury

2005

Dan Limoges

Union

2006

Doug Nelson

Day

2007

Tom Fridley

Sanborn

2008

Byron Nogelmeier

Turner

2009

Keith Gall

Corson

2010

Lanny Klinkhammer

Miner

2011

Dennis Johnson

Lincoln

2012

Kevin Scotting

Kingsbury

2013

Kurt Hall

Faulk

2014

Fred Lamphere

Butte

     

 

Executive Director
Staci Ackerman

PO Box 187
Eureka, SD 57437
Phone: (605) 940-6554
E-mail: admin@southdakotasheriffs.org

Staci Eggert
   

Staci Ackerman has been with the South Dakota Sheriffs’ Association since May of 2007.  She has been a certified law enforcement officer in the state of South Dakota since 1993. Previously she worked as a deputy sheriff for Minnehaha County where she learned first hand the responsibilities of the Office of Sheriff.  Her career began working in the jail and eventually worked her way to the patrol division where she was active in Community Policing and worked as a School Resource Officer and DARE instructor.  Staci was also an active member of the Minnehaha County Deputies Association serving as their secretary and president.  She also served two terms on her local school board as well as being actively involved in her local community development office. 

Staci is married to Sheriff Dave Ackerman and also works part-time as a deputy sheriff for McPherson County.

“I love my job and the people I get to work with every day!  Being able to coordinate and plan conferences and training targeting the unique responsibilities and duties of the Office of Sheriff is very rewarding.  No two days are the same.  There are always new challenges around every corner.  I enjoy problem solving and bringing people together to solve them.  The Office of Sheriff is very important because they are the only elected law enforcement officers.  They directly serve the people in their communities and I am very proud to work with our South Dakota Sheriffs”

 

 

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