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  • Scott J. Decker is a native of Dickinson, North Dakota and a graduate of Dickinson State University.

    He served 21 years in the United States Army and in the North Dakota Army National Guard. He entered service in 1989 as an Infantryman and was initially stationed at Ft. Benning, GA. He deployed in 1990 in support of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm and returned in 1991. Upon his return he served as the Assistant Operations NCO for the Infantry Officer Basic Course. He then was assigned to security forces at Camp Hovey, South Korea from 1995-96. He returned to Ft. Benning and was selected as the lead tester and spokesman for the Land Warrior Project by TRADDOC S System Manager - Soldier.

    Mr. Decker separated from the US Army in 1998 and returned to Dickinson. Upon his return to his hometown he joined the North Dakota Army National Guard and continued his education at DSU.

    In July 2000 he was selected to become the full-time recruiter for the NDARNG Southwest Recruiting Station located in the Dickinson Armory. He served as an AGR recruiter and station commander until his retirement in September 2010.

    Mr. Decker is the recipient of the Order of St. Maurice for distinguished contribution and loyal support of the Infantry.

    He is a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign War and is also a member of the American Legion.

    Mr. Decker and his wife, Shelly, have two children, Jake and Alaynea.

    Scott Decker

  • Commissioner Sarah Jennings first term began in June 2016.

    Sarah Jennings

  • Carson J. Steiner is a native of New England, North Dakota and attended Minot State University.

    He joined the American Insurance Center and serves as a Multiple Lines Producer.

    Mr. Steiner previously served 16 years as a Dickinson Park District Commissioner. He held the office of President of Park District Commission for four years before being elected to the City Commission. Mr. Steiner has also served on the Trinity High School Booster Board, the Roughrider Association of Life and Financial Underwriters, and the Dickinson Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Board (R&SVP).

    Mr. Steiner and his wife Mary have two children, Joey and Kayla. Mary is a graduate of Minot State University. The 2009-10 school year is her 30th year as a teacher.

    Carson Steiner
    1-701-483-9104 x3332

  • Klayton Oltmanns is a financial advisor with Edward Jones. His investment office is in north Dickinson. He is currently the president of Arts on the Prairie, a civic organization with the mission to foster talent in southwest ND through the arts. He enjoys hosting the organization's popular fundraiser "Dickinson's Got Talent." He has also has served as president of Kiwanis and is an active member.

    Mr. Oltmanns is a graduate of Dickinson State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education with an emphasis on communications. He is a past co-recipient of the "Young Hawk Award" from DSU. This award is bestowed on alumni of the University who have had an impact in their career, community and college. He has two children, Austin and Alyssa.

    Klayton Oltmanns
    Edward Jones
    244 14th Street West, Suite D
    Dickinson, ND 58601
    (701) 225-7148

  • Commissioner Jason Fridrich was elected City Commissioner in November 2016.

  • Judge Keogh received his law degree from the University of North Dakota in 1971 and was admitted to practice in North Dakota State and Federal Courts the same year. He has practiced law in Dickinson since then.

    Judge Keogh has served as a Special Assistant Attorney General, appointed to serve as Slope County States Attorney, as New England City Attorney, as counsel for the Dunn County Social Service Board, as counsel for the Southwest Multi-County Correction Center Board, and as Richardton Municipal Judge. From 1995-2000 he served as a Temporary Administrative Law Judge for the state of North Dakota.

    Judge Keogh has been a member of the North Dakota Judicial Education Commission, a delegate of the North Dakota Municipal Judges Association to the North Dakota Judicial Conference, and has served from 1990 to the present as President of the North Dakota Municipal Judges Association.

    Judge Keogh and his wife Priscilla have five adult children: Scott, Christa, Kevin, Bryan, and Erin. Priscilla is a pianist and piano teacher, a former choral and band instructor, and is currently an adjunct lecturer in music at Dickinson State University. They both currently serve on the Community Concerts Board, are active in their church, and have been involved in many community activities or organizations.

    Bob Keogh

99 2nd Street East, Dickinson, ND 58601     ph. 1.701.456.7744