Tim has worked at Five Points Bank for 20-plus years and currently serves as President. His past community involvement has included serving as Board Chairman for the Heartland United Way and Grand Island Community Foundation. He has also been a Board member at Saint Francis Medical Center and has also served as Trustee for both the Stuhr Museum and Grand Island Area Economic Development Corporation. Tim graduated from Kearney State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Finance. He and his wife, Jolene, have two daughters, Jessica and Taylor.
Allen is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Allen Capital Group. He's run the company for 15-plus years. He is also the current Board Chair of Stuhr Museum and has also served as Board Chair for Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska and the Financial Planning Association of Nebraska. Allen graduated from Doane College with a Bachelor in Business Administration and later earned a Masters in Financial Planning from Texas Tech. He and his wife, Jordan, have two daughters.
Jeff is the office leader for all of Olsson's Greater Nebraska offices, including Grand Island, Hastings, Holdrege, Kearney and South Sioux CIty. He is involved with overseeing engineering design projects, as well as survey and construction administration. He graduated from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln and has worked at Olsson for 18 years. Along with his service on the Chamber's board of directors, Jeff is also on the Grow Grand Island executive board, and the Academy of Engineering and Technology Advisory board at Grand Island Public Schools. He and his wife, Jerri, have two sons and a daughter.
Justin has worked for Dramco Tool for 25-plus years and is a part owner of the company. He oversees tooling design related to metal forming and stamping as well as oversee all aspects of Dramco's fabrication business. Justin actively participates on the advisory committee for Career Pathways as well as advisory committees for the both the Hastings and Milford campuses of Central Community College. He also a booster for the Grand Island Northwest band. Justin and his wife, Valerie, have two boys.