Dan Hegeman, a Missouri State Senator, former Missouri state representative and Andrew County clerk, is currently a senior community business manager for Evergy. He is actively involved in his community, serving on the board of the Second Harvest Community Food Bank and as a member of the Hope United Church of Christ council. He is the former president of the Andrew County Farm Bureau, Maryville Chamber of Commerce, Nodaway County Economic Development, Second Harvest Community Food Bank, and the Andrew County University of Missouri Extension Council. He has received the Missouri Farm Bureau’s Friend of Agriculture Award, the Mizzou Alumni Association’s Henry S. Geyer Award for Public Service, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Spirit of Enterprise Award, the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives’ Legislative Leadership Award, and the State Historical Society of Missouri’s Board of Trustees Appreciation Award. A 1981 graduate of Savannah High School, Senator Hegeman received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri in 1985. A lifetime farmer, he is part owner of a six-generation farm in Andrew County. He and his wife, Fran, live near Cosby, Missouri, and have four children: Hannah, Joseph, Heidi, and Joshua.