Judy grew up in Lexington, Nebraska but has lived in Cozad for the last 51 years. She is very interested in history, helped establish the 100th Meridian Museum in Cozad and has served on the Board of Directors for 20 years.
She is on the Board of Directors for the State Genealogical Society and serves as the Publications person. She is a member of the Bonneville Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Judy enjoys spending her time volunteering at the United Methodist Thrift Shop in Cozad and also as a Teammate mentor in the Cozad Public School System.
I was born and raised in rural Dawson County. In December of 1974 I graduated from Chadron State College with a major in Library and minor in history and business. I was a volunteer at the Museum of the Fur Trade in Chadron 1971-1974.
I married Dave Quitmeyer and moved to Buffalo community in 1975. I am a Mother of two and a grandmother of four. I’ve had a life-long interest in history going back to the days of Dr. Robert Manley’s TV program.
I enjoy seeing the displays in the museum but it is the pictures and the stories of the people who used the objects that make history the most interesting.