Monday, May 7th, 2018

DCN’s Kaeding announces retirement, Domres promoted

BISMARCK, N.D., May 7, 2018 – After more than 20 years as DCN’s Director of Sales, Kevin Kaeding will retire on July 20, 2018. Kaeding joined DCN in January 1998 and has been instrumental in growing its government, wholesale and commercial sales.

“I want to thank Kevin for his 20 years of service to DCN,” shared DCN CEO, Seth Arndorfer. “He has played in integral role in DCN’s success, and I wish him the very best in his well-deserved retirement.”

Kaeding’s shoes will be filled by Todd Domres who has served as DCN’s Business Development Manager for the past four years. As the new director of sales, Domres’ responsibilities will to be to expand DCN’s government, wholesale and commercial sales programs, and develop its diversification strategy.

Prior to working for DCN, Domres was a telecom sales and business development manager who led a nine-person sales team that exceeded annual revenue and order goals while under his direction. He also brings project management, strategic communication and customer service experience to his new role.

“I am confident that Todd will excel in his new role and ensure that DCN continues to serve North Dakota as the premier service provider in the state, connecting customers to their employees and their data through the most secure, reliable, high-performing, and cost-effective means possible,” said Arndorfer.

Domres has bachelor’s degrees in accounting and business administration and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Mary. He is also Certified Public Accountant.

New and existing customers have been directed to reach out to Domres regarding sales questions and support as of March 19. To ensure a smooth transition for customers and employees alike, Kaeding has been gradually transferring responsibilities to Domres over the past few months.

A Celebration for Kaeding
DCN is hosting a retirement open house for Kaeding from 3-5 p.m. on Monday, July 16, at its Bismarck location, 4202 Coleman St., welcoming all family, friends, and those who worked with him to stop by to extend their thanks and well-wishes.

Photo of Todd Domres.
Todd Domres
Photo of Kevin Kaeding.
Kevin Kaeding