Jeremy Suiter (Chapter Vice President), Dianna Lane-Bussen (Chapter Treasurer), Chuck Kopocis (Chapter Secretary), Corey Goss (Chapter President), Darin Kotil (Director at Large)

Jeremy Suiter (Chapter Vice President), Dianna Lane-Bussen (Chapter Treasurer), Chuck Kopocis (Chapter Secretary), Corey Goss (Chapter President), Darin Kotil (Director at Large)

“The best days in my life are when I see my kids smile when they catch a fish, shoot their first deer or make a perfect shot at an archery tournament. So, what could be better than forming a chapter under DSC that has a primary focus on youth. I think I speak for all our members and the board of directors and officers when I say the only thing we want or expect out of the DSC Heartland Chapter is to produce smiles on the faces of the youth of today. When we do this, we will have done our part to ensure there is a future and a freedom in the great outdoors, whether they want to hunt, fish, shoot, or just go for a nature walk.”
— Corey Goss, Heartland DSC Chapter President

“Growing up a child of a single mother I had few strong male role models. The stand out was my Grandfather. He taught me the respect and the values that shaped me into the man I am today.
My fondest memories as a child were hunting and fishing with him. Little did I know he wasn’t just keeping me entertained, he was teaching the life lessons I would need in the future. Now it’s my turn to do the same for as many kids as I can. These days there are more and more kids that could benefit from even the smallest interaction that could spark something amazing.
My passion for the outdoors has become a way of life. Our future lies in our youth.”
— Jeremy Suiter, Heartland DSC Chapter Vice-President

“I have been fortunate to spend a great deal of my life outdoors hunting, fishing and enjoying nature. While I am able to pass these traditions on to my own children and grandchildren, I wish to expand this influence to other youth that may have not been provided the same opportunity. Heartland DSC provides me the ability to share my appreciation for wildlife and nature that can only be fully understood by experiencing quality time outdoors.”
— Chuck Kopocis, Heartland DSC Chapter Secretary

“At the age of 8, my father began sharing his passion of the outdoors with me. We spent many days out hunting for small game and sitting by ponds, fishing for anything that would bite our hooks. I am now enjoying passing this passion onto my own children.
I feel fortunate to be part of the Heartland DSC in order to help the youth of today realize their dreams, goals and aspirations by including the outdoors as part of their lives.”
— Darin Kotil, Heartland DSC Chapter Director at large
“Together...we can reach our youth...teach and engage them for a lifetime of values...”
— Dianna Lane-Bussen Heartland DSC Chapter Treasurer