New Faces at Lane Scott
A new year brought in two new faces to Lane-Scott Electric Co-op. Diana Kuhlman and Ann Marie Jennings were hired to complete the team of office staff employees.
Diana Kuhlman will wear a variety of hats at Lane-Scott Electric, filling the vacant positions of cashier, accounts payable, and human resources. Her previous employment has well prepared her for the many responsibilities she will have. Most recently Diana worked at Lane County Feeders, LLC for six years where she was the Human Resource and Administrative Assistant, as well as the bookkeeper for Pioneer Nutrition LLC. Prior to that, she was an Administrative Assistant, Assistant Compliance Officer, Assistant Cashier, and Operations Assistant at Security State Bank in Scott City. Diana is married to Russel Kuhlman and has two children. Kirsten Lundgren, married to Jorgen Lundgren, lives in Gove, KS with their daughter Landry, and Ryan Kuhlman who lives in Wichita, KS. Diana loves going to sporting events, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Ann Marie Jennings comes to Lane-Scott Electric after working at the Lane County Conservation District in Dighton, where she was the District Manager for 10 years. Prior to that, she worked at several advertising firms in St. Louis, then Denver after receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing and Management from Williams Woods University. She fills a vacant position as the Member Service Coordinator, where she will be responsible for establishing member relationships, providing communication about Lane-Scott’s various programs, policies and procedures, safety, and energy efficiency information. She will also assist in Lane-Scott Electric’s marketing, website design, Kansas Country Living newsletter, social media campaigns, and other communication tools, as well as promote and develop community activities. Ann Marie and her husband, James have two children, Cooper who’s six and Harper who’s four. When not at work, she and her husband own and operate Jennings Family Garden’s, where they provide locally grown vegetables to the community.