Board of Directors of the Hull Cooperative Association

Hull Coop board members are elected to three year terms.  Each year three memebers are up for (re)eleciton at the annual meeting.  Requirements include being an "A" member (farmer) and election by popular vote at the annual meeting.





Lyndon Moss, President (Term ends 2020)

Lyndon Moss runs a farrow-to-finish hog operation two miles east of hull just off highway 18.  His crop acres are 50 percent corn and 50 percent soybeans.  He uses a strip-till system on most of his farm ground.  Along with being a part of the Longview farm swine unit, he is an active member on its steering committee, and involved in the Sioux County zoning commission.  Lyndon's wife, Deb, is employed at Echo in Sioux Center.  They have three sons: Derrick, Bryce, and Austin.



Hank Vander Waal, Vice President (Term ends 2019)

A northwest Iowa native, Hank ran a greenhouse operation in British Columbia for 16 years before moving back to Hull in 2003. He raises cattle and crops southeast of Hull with sons Brian, Jonathan and Mark. In addition to the three boys, Hank and his wife, Laurie, have four girls: Krystle, Rachel, Alyssa and Emily. Hank currently serves on the Rock Valley Rural Water Board.





Brian Zoet, Secretary (Term ends 2019) 

Brian and his wife Jacinda along with their four children live on the family farm northeast of Hull.  Brian graduated from South Dakota State University and started farming with his father 18 years ago.  Together they work the land and raise corn and soybeans.  They also have beef cattle, finish hogs, custom feed nursery pigs and heifers.  In addition to serving on the Hull Coop Board, Brian is also an active member of the Sioux County Pork Producers.


Evert D. Van Maanen


Evert D. Van Maanen (Term ends 2021)

Evert farms with his son, Brent - the third generation on the home farm near Doon.  They feed cattle and hogs and raise corn and soybeans.  In addition to Brent, Evert and his wife, Kathy, have three sons; Eric in Minneapolis, Kalen in Denver, and recent college graduate Jordan, who is an agronomist.  The couple also has seven grandshildren. Evert has previously served on the Sioux Country Pork Producers board.  The family attends Calvary Protestant Reformed Church in Hull.  



Jeff De Jongh (Term ends 2020) 

Jeff has been farming for 24 years north of Hull.  He raises cattle and hogs.  For crops he grows corn and soybeans. Jeff has four children: Anna is a sophomore, Beau is in the 7th grade, Mandi is in the 4th grade, and Jaelyn is 3 years old.  Jeff is currently on the Rural Water Board and he is interested in being on the board to learn more about how the coop works. 


 Terry Jansma



Terry Jansma (Term ends 2021)

Terry farms 10 miles north of Hull.  The second generation on his farm, he feeds 700-800 cattle a year and raises corn and beans.  He and his wife, Dee, have two daughters, both currently attending college.  Terry is a deacon at the First Christian Reformed Church in Hull and serves on the board of the Lyon County Cattlemen's Association.   


 John Tiedeman



John Tiedeman (Term ends 2021)

The fifth generation on his farm northeast of Hull, John feeds cattle and hogs and raises corn and soybeans.  He and his wife, Erica, have three children: Reagan, 6; Calvin, 4; Elias, 1, with a new addition due in August.  John is a deacon and serves on the farm committee at St. Paul Lutheran Church and has also served on the Hull Coop nominating committee.  




Gary Van Sloten (Term ends 2020)

Gary and his wife Barb live on a farm north of Hull.  He has lived in Lyon County his entire life.  Gary has spent thirty-five years farming and most of those years have included operating his dairy.  Currently he raises corn, soybeans, Holstein heifers, and pigs on his farm.  He and his wife Barb have three children who are out of the house.




Doyle Wissink (Term ends 2019)

Doyle and his wife Jan live on a farm south of Hull.  Their operation consists mainly of raising cattle and growing corn and soybeans on a 60 / 40 rotation.  In the spring and fall seasons Doyle also does some custom field work for some neighbors.  Doyle has been farming approximately 39 years and his son Justin is a partner in the operation.  In addition to serving on the Hull Coop Board, Doyle served on the Rock Valley Rural Water Board and has served as a member of his church's consistory.