McCrossan Boys Ranch Welcomes New Board Members

John Cunningham

McCrossan Boys Ranch is proud to welcome John F. Cunningham to our Board of Directors. John is retired but formerly worked in assessment work in Minnehaha County, Watertown, Omaha and Fulton County, Georgia. After retiring from assessment work, he has done consulting for Jordan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and San Diego County. He completely retired in 2011 and moved back to Sioux Falls. John is a graduate of the University of South Dakota and was then selected for the Bush Leaders Fellows Program and attended the Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government where he received a degree in Public Administration. John has three children, they live in Mexico, Kansas City and Virginia. He also has three grandchildren. John says, “My interest and desire to use my knowledge and experience led me to volunteer for the McCrossan Boys Ranch Board of Directors. I am pleased to be a part of this organization and hope to contribute to its success.”


McCrossan Boys Ranch is also pleased to welcome Randy Fink. Randy is the Vice President of Business Banking at First Dakota National Bank. Randy grew up in Sibley, Iowa and attended Westmar College and received a B.A. in Business Administration and Economics. Randy and his wife Joan have three grown children and one grandson. In his spare time, Randy enjoys fishing, golfing, racquetball and trips with his wife Joan. Randy also serves on the board of the Sioux Empire Home Builder’s Care Foundation and has been active with coaching several local sports. “It is great to see our young people grow up into young mature adults and I am hopeful that I can be a little part of making that possible.” We are proud to welcome Randy to our Board of Directors.

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