|Nebraska State Senate District 33|
|Elections and appointments|
|Term limits||2 four-year terms|
|Bachelor's||University of Wyoming|
|Master's||University of Wyoming|
|Birthday||February 21, 1939|
|Place of birth||Wheatland, WY|
|Profession||Officer/Chairman, Adams County Bank|
Born February 21, 1939 in Wheatland, Wyoming, Dennis Utter is a retired bank executive from Adams County, Nebraska. He is a graduate of University of Wyoming (B.S. in agriculture), 1961 and (M.S. in agricultural economics) 1964. Prior to his election to the Nebraska Legislature, Sen. Utter was mayor of McCook, NE.
Utter graduated from the Colorado School of Banking, earned his Bachelors degree in Agriculture from the University of Wyoming, and earned his MS in Agricultural Economics from the University of Wyoming.
Utter began his professional experience in 1961 as a farm manager for the First National Bank and Trust Company. His work as a farm manager ended in 1963 when he began working as executive vice president and director for McCook National Bank. His service there ended in 1978 when he began working in a similar position for Adams County bank, which is his current occupation.
Utter was involved with a number of organizations, including the Adams County Senior Servies, Kenesaw Community Club, Kenesaw Public Schools Foundation, Mary Lanning Health Care Foundation, Nebraska Bankers Association, Nebraska Bankers Association/American Bankers Association, and the University of Nebraska Medical Center Board of Councilors.
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Utter served on these committees:
In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Utter served on these committees:
|Nebraska State Senate, District 33 (2008)|
In 2008, Utter collected $77,389 in donations.
His five largest contributors in 2008 were:
|Nebraska Bankers Association||$6,500|
|Nebraska Farm Bureau||$3,270|
|Nebraska Chamber Of Commerce and Industry||$3,019|
|Gottsch Cattle Co||$3,000|
Utter and his wife, Kathryn, have three children.
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