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Agrimarketing : November December 2006
20 AgriMarketing November/December 2006 Joy Johnson joins the National Pork Board, Clive, IA, as VP of Mktg. She brings more than 17 years of marketing experi- ence, serving most recently as VP of market strategy and head of the Des Moines office for Osborn & Barr Communications. Johnson's responsibilities will be focused on domestic marketing. She will manage the National Pork Board demand enhancement staff, which promotes pork to a wide vari- ety of audiences through market and consumer trend research, the "Don't be blah" campaign, the work of the Pork Information Bureau and activi- ties in the retail, foodservice, niche and culinary markets. At its annual meeting, CropLife America elected the following offi- cers to one-year terms: Chmn Stan Howell, Dow AgroSciences; Vice Chmn Mike McCarty, Helena Chemical Company; Vice Chmn Eric Wintemute, AMVAC Chemi- cal Corporation; Vice Chmn Valde- mar Fischer, Syngenta Crop Pro- tection, and Immediate Past Chair and Treasurer Carl Casale, Mon- santo Company. Certified Angus Beef (CAB) LLC Pres Dr. M. James Riemann recently announced his retirement. Riemann has served as Pres since 1999. Sr VP Brent Eichar is named interim Pres. Farm Foundation moved its offices. While its telephone, fax and e-mails are unchanged, its mailing address changed to: Farm Foundation, 1301 W. 22nd Street, Suite 615, Oak Brook, IL 60523. Mark Drabenstott has been named Founding Dir of the Rural Policy Research Institute's Center for Regional Competitiveness at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Drabenstott previously was VP of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and Dir of the Bank's Center for the Study of Rural America. AM Johnson IN MEMORIAM Gary Bradley, 48, passed away after a courageous battle with can- cer. He is sur- vived by two daughters. Most re- cently, he was Strategic Marketing and Commu- nications Mgr for the National Corn Growers Assoc, Chesterfield, MO. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Gary S. Bradley Memorial Trust Fund, c/o Bank of America, 10263 Clayton Rd., St. Louis, MO 63124.