Rodney Bolich is a Jerome Native and graduate from Jerome High School. He was active in farming for over 55 years in the Jerome area. He worked for Snake River Research Center in Kimberly, Idaho. Rodney joined the Army and was a staff sergeant in the Idaho National Guard. He served as a board member and chairman of Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), which is now known as Farm Service Agency (FSA), as well as a board member of North Snake Groundwater District. He was President of the Jerome Booster Club. He is involved in the Antique Tractors Club and Corvette Club. He currently serves as a member of the Jerome American Legion Post 46. During his retirement, he regularly participates in Cross Fit and Boot Camp classes. He has climbed Mount Borah and ran his first marathon at the age of 72. Rodney married Janet Soran in 1967 an have three grown children and two grandsons. They love their family and regularly give back to their community.