“(Retirement) is not a new experience for me and retirement is not inactivity, it is economic liberty,” Nodler said. “So you are free to do what interests you every day. Joncee and I like to travel, we are sports enthusiasts, go to a lot of Missouri Southern basketball, football and baseball games.”
Nodler did say he has some plans for traveling including their first trip in the winter will be a warm weather destination.
Nodler thanks the people of the 32nd district for giving him the opportunity to serve them for the past eight years.
“I am appreciative for the loyal support of folks in our home area,” he said. “It is a position that allowed some opportunity to influence the state’s history for eight years and hopefully in a positive way. I think that we were able to get some pretty significant things done.”