Past Lt. Governors
The Nebraska-Iowa Past Lt. Governor’s Association (PGLA) is ready to serve when asked. We are ready to train leaders within a division, or give counsel when asked. Explore the mission and purpose statements to discover our ongoing mission.
The Nebraska-Iowa Past Lt. Governor’s Association comprises over 400 past Lt. Governors who have given of themselves in leadership to help bring the ideals and objects of Kiwanis International to their division. The (PLGA) taps into these past divisional leaders who still want to make Kiwanis International and the NE-IA District Kiwanis a Premier service organization!
While Herb Plambeck was Governor of the Nebraska-Iowa District in 1965, he became aware of districts having a Past Lt. Governors Association. In visiting with then District Secretary, Byrnard Smith, they came up with the idea of having such an organization in the NE-IA District. Governor Herb asked Past Lt. Governor Al Parmenter of Des Moines to act as chairman and to start an organization here. The first meeting was held at district convention on September 21, 1965. Much work and ideas went into making this first meeting a success. Al Parmenter of Des Moines was elected as president; Herrold Mann of Des Moines as vice-president; and Wendell Tutt of Indianola was elected secretary and treasurer. These men were elected from the same geographic area so it would be easier for them to work together
Membership in the Nebraska-Iowa Past Lt. Governor’s Association is open to all who have previously served as Lt. Governors in this Kiwanis district, or another.