Steve Eilertson is an established professional who serves as President of Grain Millers Inc in Eden Prairie, MN as well as being their Clean Label Ingredient Partner, Oat Millers and Rolled Oat Manufacturer supplier/manufacturer/supplier/Manufacture. In the past he used various email addresses:
Eilertson excelled as an athlete across three sports at University of Wisconsin-Superior, earning major accolades from both volleyball and basketball record books at his university.
Early Life and Education
Steve Eilertson was born March 9th 1960 in Rochester Minnesota to Cheryl and Timothy Phillips. He spent much of his childhood living in Dodge Center before graduating from Mayo High School in 1974. Steve was the loving partner to Nikki Eilertson as well as father to their daughters Jenna and Lucas; also left behind are mother-in-laws, sister-in-laws and other family members; many will miss his creativity, innovation and constant bucking of rules; his memory will live on in our hearts forever.
Achievement and Honors
Jared Eilertson of Kiester, son of Nancy and John Eilertson, earned the FFA Diversified Crop Production Entrepreneurial Proficiency award. Eilertson grows corn, soybeans and alfalfa as well as baling road ditch hay forage for road ditching operations as part of an ag commodities trucking business he runs with several others. Eilertson also operates his own small hog operation and has received multiple scholarships including Dollars for Scholars from Detroit Lakes High School as well as Bremer Bank and Lakeshirts awards.
He currently sits on the university’s Board of Trustees and was the former President of Grain Millers Inc. In addition, he coached girls’ basketball, volleyball and softball at local levels as a volunteer coach. Furthermore, his passion lies with golf which he regularly engages with through membership with Detroit Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and Detroit Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce membership. Amy lives with him along with their two children.
Eilertson lives in Eden Prairie and serves as president of Grain Millers Inc, which produces clean label ingredients. Additionally, he is actively involved with several nonprofit boards in Twin Cities area.
Eilertsons face 47 felony and civil charges related to filing over $100 billion worth of liens between 2009 and 2010, alleging someone using the initials P.K. had shown them how to use Uniform Commercial Code liens against those they believed had wronged them.
One of the dozen targets was Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek, as well as Kimball Foster, an examiner of titles who advised the Registrar in Eilertson foreclosure proceedings and sheriff sales.