Throughout the Clinton area, Reynold P. Jurgensen is involved with both corporate and charitable endeavors.
Serving his fifteenth year on the Clinton National Bank's Board of Directors, Mr. Jurgensen's other managerial positions include president of the Clinton National Bank, Clinton Corn Processing Plant's senior vice-president, county supervisor and as an original investor in Clinton Cablevision where he is a managerial consultant.
He was a member of the Agriculture Commission of the United States Chamber of Commerce, the Clinton Community Crime Commission, Iowa State Crime Commission and past president of the Gateway Chamber of Commerce. As a member of the Clinton Development Corporation since 1974, Mr. Jurgensen served as vice-president and president. He was also a member of the Gateway Political Action Committee and City Plan Commission.
Mr. Jurgenson served as president of Jane Lamb Memorial Hospital Board of Directors, and chaired or headed major committees of nearly all Clinton's charitable fund drives including United Way, two Y.M.C.A. building fund drives, and Boy Scouts.
A Life Member of The University of Iowa Alumni Association, Mr. Jurgensen sat on the Association's Board of Directors from 1961 to 1967. From 1967 to 1979 he was the Alumni Association's representative on the University's Board in Control of Athletics, and in 1980 became a member of The Presidents Club assisting the UI Foundation on the Hawkeye Arena/Recreation Project as a member of the National Committee and co-chairman of the Clinton/Jackson Counties' Regional Campaign.
Mr. Jurgensen married the former Ivalyn Kennedy and they have three daughters: Mrs. Joyce Krogman, Mrs. Carolyn Bohlmann and Mrs. Joan Murphy.
Mr. Jurgensen earned a 31BA and a 32MS in chemistry from the UI.