Jeff Temme of Petersburg was one of five individuals honored recently by Northeast Community College, Norfolk, for career success and achievement following graduation from the institution, as well as for distinguished service to the college.
Temme was named to Northeast’s Hall of Success, along with Major Wendi Sazama, originally from Bloomfield, and Shane Weidner, Madison, during a reception and ceremony recently at the Lifelong Learning Center on the Norfolk campus. The Hall of Success is awarded to individuals for achieving significant professional success, exhibiting exemplary citizenship qualities or making significant contributions to their communities and/or community affairs.
Temme graduated from Northeast Community College, then Northeast Nebraska Technical Community College, in 1974 and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in education from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He began his career as a teacher and coach, serving for a combined nine years at Campbell and St. Edward public schools. He then worked for over 20 years as a sales associate for Pioneer Hi-Bred International.
Since 1980, Temme has been self-employed in agri-business and currently serves as a sales associate with Century 21 Real Estate Professionals in Norfolk.
Read more in the Nov. 2 Petersburg Press and Albion News, Print and E-editions.