Names in the News, 8/26/13

Names in the News, 8/26/13

CHS INC., St. Paul, Minn. — Brian Legried has been named vice president, Refined Fuels Sales & Energy Services. Legried will provide strategic leadership and direction for the refined fuels sales organization focused on the Cenex brand. He was previously president of CHS Capital.

FMC CORP., Philadelphia, Pa. — Linda Froelich has been appointed director of global sustainability. Froelich will lead the corporate sustainability program. She was most recently global stewardship manager.

Thomas Schneberger has been appointed vice president, global business director of Alkali Chemicals. Schneberger will manage the global alkali business. He was most recently global sustainability director.

HUBBARD FEEDS INC., Mankato, Minn. — Michael Hinton has joined the company as marketing manager, U.S. Feed Operations. Hinton will be responsible for all aspects of marketing, working with specie managers, sales, production and customers to develop a comprehensive marketing program. He was previously with Gammill Quilting Systems.

UNITED FRESH PRODUCE ASSN., Washington, D.C. — Dr. Lisa Hightower has joined the association as communications manager. Hightower will produce the weekly online newsletter, develop content for the website and social media sites, work with news media and promote awareness of association events.

UNITED SORGHUM CHECKOFF PROGRAM, Lubbock, Texas — Sarah Bowser has been named regional director of the sorghum checkoff. Bowser will serve producers in Kansas. She was previously with the Kansas Grain & Feed Assn.

Jesse McCurry has been named regional director of the sorghum checkoff. McCurry will serve producers in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota. He was previously with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

U.S. WHEAT ASSOCIATES, Arlington, Va. — Chang-Yoon "C.Y." Kang has joined the organization as country director in South Korea. Kang will direct all trade servicing, technical assistance and promotional activities in South Korea on behalf of U.S. wheat farmers. He was previously with STX Pan Ocean.

Dr. Won Bang Koh will retire as country director in South Korea on Sept. 30.

Volume:85 Issue:34

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