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Anderson named general manager for FUMIC, FUSA

JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- The North Dakota Farmers Union's board of directors has named Mark Anderson general manager of Farmers Union Service Association and Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Co. Anderson will work with Odean Olson for an interim transiti...

JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- The North Dakota Farmers Union's board of directors has named Mark Anderson general manager of Farmers Union Service Association and Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Co. Anderson will work with Odean Olson for an interim transition period before Olson's retirement Jan. 1. Anderson has been the controller of Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Co. and Farmers Union Service Association Ltd. since May 2006. Born and raised in Minot, N.D., Anderson graduated from Bishop Ryan High School in 1985. After spending two years at Minot State University, Mark transferred to the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks and completed a bachelor's degree in accounting in 1989. Shortly after graduation, Mark began working for Brady, Martz & Associates, a regional public accounting firm headquartered in Minot and earned the designation of certified public accountant. He since has held senior management positions with legal, Internet-based, transportation and higher education entities.

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