Elmer Andersen was only Minnesota's governor for two years, but his impact on the state went far beyond his single term as chief executive. Andersen served nine years in the state senate, led his company, H.B. Fuller, into the Fortune 500, chaired the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents, published newspapers, authored books, and was remembered by friend and Minnesota Historical Society Director Nina Archabal as "the ultimate Minnesotan." Other guests on the program include, Lori Sturdevant,Star Tribune Editorial Writer and Columnist who edited Gov. Elmer Andersen's memoir, "A Man's Reach," and other friends and admirers of the late governor.