Junior Board

Ethan LoResEthan Dickerson


Ethan Dickerson is from Paradise, Kansas and is currently a Freshman at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas. During his tenure on the Junior Board, Ethan would like to continue developing working relationships with all breeders and associations across the country.

Best Advice: "I was told by a Jr. Board Director when I first started to get involved and that if I did I wouldn’t regret it. This is some advice that helped my get where I am today."

Favorite Movie: HATARI!

Favorite Food: Beef Chimichanga

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: The EPIC wash rack water fight of 2014 NAJRAE in Grand Island.

Cooper LoResCooper Rogers
Vice President

Cooper Rogers is from Elk City, Oklahoma and is currently a Sophomore at Oklahoma State University. During his time on the Junior Board, Rogers hopes to be a role model to others, like past board members have been to him. 

Best Advice: “Don’t worry when you’re not recognized, but strive to be worthy of recognition” - Abraham Lincoln 

Favorite Movie: Dances with Wolves

Favorite food: Anything from Texas De Brazil 

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: My favorite memory was winning Reserve Overall Owned Female in 2014.

Megan LoResMegan Muller
Membership/Leadership Director


Megan Muller is from Allen, Nebraska and is currently a Senior at South Dakota State University studying agriculture business. During her term on the Junior Board, Muller hopes to continue putting the juniors first in every decision the board makes. She would also like to continue improving the open communication between the senior board and junior board.

Best Advice: "My Grandma, Vivian Muller, would constantly remind me of her rule. Her rule was “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all,” and this is some of the best advice I can give anyone."

Favorite Movie: Home Alone 

Favorite Food: German Chocolate Cake

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: Helping unload trailers and move people into the barns in Stillwater, Oklahoma. I was able to meet many different juniors and their families, which are friendships I am still grateful for to this day!

Reba LoResReba Prather
Communications Director



Reba Prather is from Nancy, Kentucky and is currently a Senior at Southwestern High School. During her time on the board, Prather would like to communicate the goals of the Junior Board to members and help prepare juniors for leadership positions.

Best advice: “If you're going to be stupid you'd better be tough." 

Favorite Movie: The Lone Ranger

Favorite Food: Mexican Food 

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: 

Brock LoRes
Brock Montgomery
At-Large Board Member

 Brock Montgomery is from Coats, Kansas and a senior at Skyline High School.  He will be attending Oklahoma State University in the fall of 2020 and double majoring in Ag Education and Animal Science.  While participating on the junior board, Brock wants to educate the junior members about the Red Angus breed, the opportunities available within the Agriculture industry and help them develop leadership skills.

Best Advice: “Greatness from small beginnings” by Sir Francis Drake is Brock’s favorite motto.  He believes that working hard, putting in the time and not taking shortcuts will pay off in the end. Brock believes that integrity and honesty are the most important traits that one should possess. 

Favorite Movie: Cast Away with Tom Hanks

Favorite Food: Chips and Salsa

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: Brock started showing at NAJRAE in 2010 at the Stillwater, Oklahoma show.  At that time it was called NAJRAS, and he was a Pee Wee.  His “Big” mentor was Ryan Shuey from Iowa.  Together they won the treasure hunt contest and his award was a rope halter. Brock won the Pee Wee judging contest and his award was a giant glass diamond.  His brother, Ty, had the Grand Champion Steer and there was only 3 head shown that year.   Attending this event with his family jump-started their annual participation and they have only missed one, the 2016 Springfield, Illinois show.

Holly LoRes

Holly Thomas
At-Large Board Member

 Holly Thomas is from Gatesville, Texas and is currently a senior at White Horse Christian Academy in Stephenville, Texas. During her term on the junior board, Thomas hopes to provide the juniors with more knowledge about the breed as well as the industry, all while helping them grow as individual leaders. 

Best Advice: All men are created equal, some just work harder in pre-season. 

Favorite Movie: The Man from Snowy River

Favorite Food: Absolutely anything..but mushrooms 

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: Attending my first ever NAJRAE in 2017 at Stillwater, Oklahoma and realizing what I had been missing out on and finally feeling like I found my true friends and family.

Tar LoResTar Tut
At-Large Board Member

Hello all, My name is Tar Tut from Faribault, Minnesota I am currently a freshman at Butler Community College where I am part of the livestock judging team, as well as studying agricultural sciences. During my term I wish to make every junior feel welcomed year after year, along with making it their favorite junior nationals to attend as it is mine.

Best advice: “It's a proud day, not a perfect day."

Favorite Movie: The Help

Favorite Food: Lasagna 

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: 

Paige LoResPaige Van Dyke
At-Large Board Member




Paige Van Dyke is from Louisville, Illinois and is currently a senior at North Clay High School. During her time on the board, Van Dyke would like to expand the peewee program and help encourage new members to step outside their comfort zone and get involved in the breed that we all call family.

Best Advice: “Never give up no matter how hard it gets and be humble”

Favorite Movie: Elf

Favorite Food: Steak or Chicken and noodles!

Favorite NAJRAE Memory: My favorite memory goes back to my first NAJRAE in Grand Island Nebraska back in 2014. The truck broke down on my uncle and me numerous times on the way, luckily some friends of my uncles were nearby and they hooked on our trailer and away my heifer and I went. At the time I didn’t know these individuals, but we quickly grew a bond that lasts to this day. As a 12-year-old this was a week filled with a whirlwind of emotions, but because everyone was so welcoming my first NAJRAE quickly turned around winning the judging contest and exhibiting the Reserve Grand Champion Futurity Heifer. However, this wasn’t the best part of the trip….. It was the individuals I met that week that encouraged me to step outside my comfort zone, try new things and get involved with the Red Angus breed. Thank you to everyone who made this a memory that will last a lifetime.


Mia LoRes

Mia Bayer, Wisconsin

Anne LoRes

Anne Kimmey, Texas

Darla LoRes

Darla Rogers, Oklahoma