Rush County Schools recently welcomed Tammy Jackman and Ron Lienemann to the school board.
“We are pleased to have such talented people become a part of our board. We look forward to the expertise they bring to this already dedicated group of people,” RCS superintendent Dr. John E. Williams said.
Jackman is a 1989 graduate of RCHS. She attended Purdue University where she received her Bachelor of Education degree in 1993.
Her work experience includes Rush County Schools basketball and volleyball coach 1993 to 2003, Rush County Schools substitute teacher 1993 to ‘95, program coordinator for Rush County Step Ahead/First Steps 1995 to 2005, and educator for the County Soil and Water Conservation District 2005 to present.
Jackman is a member of Milroy United Methodist Church, Milroy PTO, Tri Kappa, and is a 4-H volunteer.
She is married to Dr. Rob Jackman. They are the parents of Crosby, 13, and Courtney.
Lienemann is 1970 graduate of Sidney High School, Sidney, Neb. He attended Wayne State College (Wayne, Neb.) where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and Political Science in 1975.
His work experience includes Midwest EMC in Grant, Neb. 1975 to ‘86, Rush County REMC 1987 to ‘99, Shelby County REMC 1996 to 1999, RushShelby Energy in Manilla 1999 to 2010, and 1234 Financial Services 2010 to present.
Prior board experience includes Rushville C of C, Rush County ECDC, Shelby County EDC, Shelby County Fiber Optic Board, Perkins County (Neb.) Regional Planning Commission, United Utility Supply (Kentucky), and National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative (Virginia).
He is married to Cora D. Lienemann. They are the parents of five adult children.