Pam graduated from Manson Senior High School in 1978. She took the secretarial program at Iowa Central Community College for one year and then moved to Ames, Iowa where she worked at the Department of Correctional Services.
Pam and her husband Jerry moved back to Manson in 1988. Jerry taught Agricultural Education and Pam was a stay-at-home mom with their children. Pam went to work at the MNW Elementary School as an associate when her youngest started kindergarten. After leaving the school, Pam worked at Sheila B's Popcorn Company until August 2013. She is now employed at Golden Meadows and the MAC Center. She is involved in the Chapter GK PEO, Manson Library Board, and St. Thomas Catholic Church. Pam and Jerry have three grown sons and two grandsons.
Julie has been a resident of Manson for 17 years. She and her husband, Ron, have two sons, Adam (16) and Jacob (14).
Julie is a homemaker but occasionally helps out at the family's business, 'Siepker Insurance', in Fonda. She has a B.A. degree in education.
Julie has been a library board member for 2 years.
She enjoys quilting, walks, and spending time with friends and family.
Janet is a longtime resident of Manson. She taught in the MNW elementary for over 30 years.
Chuck graduated Manson High School in 1965. He has lived in many places around the U.S., but knew he would return to Manson one day. He moved back to Manson in 2011. Chucks father owned the Rexall Drugstore in Manson for many years.
Rosie is a lifelong resident of Manson. She has served on the board previously. Rosie farms with her eighteen year old son Ethan south of Manson.
Kym has lived in Manson for 31 years. Her husband's name is John. They have two grown sons.
Kym is involved at the Manson Mennonite Church and sings in the Manson Meridian Singers.
Rich is a life long resident of Manson. He graduated from the Manson High School in 1971. He is a former MNW school board member. Rich also served on the Calhoun County Farm Bureau board as secretary. He also served as administrative president for Our Savior Methodist Church. Rich had three children all of whom have graduated from MNW. He has recently retired from the Manson post office after working there for 39 years. Rich continues to farm his family's century farm. He enjoys traveling, fishing, and taking photos.