I was a student and Babcock House member from 1991 to 1995. I earned a bachelor’s degree in dairy science. I am from Van Dyne, Wisconsin, a small town just north of Fond du Lac, where I works as a loan officer for Compeer Financial and my family currently dairy farms. My brother, Dan Liner, was also a Babcock member and runs the family farm. I have two sons: Patrick and Trevor. I am active in the Fond du Lac community as a member and past-president of the Fond du Lac Agri-Business Council. The council has a mission of educating and connecting the community to the impact and importance of agriculture.  One of its most important initiatives is the Agricultural Ambassador Program, which currently has two full-time staff who go into local grade schools to present ag programming. I am also an active member of Hope Lutheran Church, where I serve on the board of trustees. In my spare time, I enjoy doing home improvement and remodeling projects. I also enjoy traveling. The photo above was taken in January2020 in Israel... just before the lock-down!I am excited about the opportunity to serve Babcock House and give back to a place that holds a lot of good memories for me. If you want to connect, give me a call at 920.948.5971