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RDO hires at corporate offices and area stores

RDO Equipment Co. has hired the following individuals at its various area stores and offices: - Breckenridge, Minn. - Christopher Mahrer, truck driver. - Casselton, N.D. - Courtney Radermacher, service administrator; Tony Selvog, Access Your Futu...

RDO Equipment Co. has hired the following individuals at its various area stores and offices:

- Breckenridge, Minn. - Christopher Mahrer, truck driver.

- Casselton, N.D. - Courtney Radermacher, service administrator; Tony Selvog, Access Your Future student.

- Fergus Falls, Minn. - Thomas Olson, parts specialist.

- Field support office, Fargo - Casey Bovkoon, aftermarket support coordinator; Joel Christenson, accountant III; James Huseth, sales coordinator; Amanda Johnson, human resources coordinator; Kevin Lahlum, information systems support specialist; Melissa Osland, human resources generalist; Derek Runck, credit analyst; Bobby Volesky, aftermarket support specialist; Brian Waller, payroll specialist; Levi Webster, information systems support specialist.

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- Hawley, Minn. - Timothy Roesler, service technician.

- Kindred, N.D. - Mathew Korol, equipment detailer; Mike Strand, sales.

- Lisbon, N.D. - Gregory Dawson, Jesse Griggs, service technicians; Wesley Sanford, parts specialist.

- Moorhead - Leah Dyrdahl, office administrator; Jeffrey Hough, regional sales manager; Tyler Martin, Access Your Future student; Matt Martodam, account manager; LuAnn McDougall, receptionist; Adam Novak, parts support specialist; Justin Stanislawski, Mark Wilhelm, service technicians.

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