Bruce Kenndy

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Bruce Kennedy has resided in rural Malcolm, Neb., for 40 years and in Lincoln prior to that. He was a director of Lower Platte South NRD from 1976 through 2002; he is current president of Nebraska Wildlife Federation, chair of the Legislative Committee for Wachiska Audubon Society and vice president of Friends of the Niobrara, Inc. Bruce and his wife, Marge, have been active in conservation groups since the early 1970s.

 

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