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NPFDA taps officers and newly appointed board members for 2022

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ST. MARYS, Ga. — The National Protein and Food Distributors Association Board of Directors met in January during its annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga., and appointed its new leadership for the upcoming year.

Jeff Paschall, vice president of sales at Fieldale Farms in Baldwin, Ga., succeeds Tammy Vige, director of marketing with Pacific Agri-Products of South San Francisco, Calif., as the chairperson of NPFDA. Judson (Jud) Guest moved into the vice chair role after serving as treasurer. Newly elected to the NPFDA Executive Committee is Laure Pate as treasurer. She is president of Foodlinx in Brentwood, Calif.

As chair, Paschall will lead the board of directors, which sets policy and provides direction to NPFDA’s overall mission.

NPFDA is governed by an Executive Committee and Board of Directors consisting of industry professionals from around the country representing protein companies, distributors, processing companies and other allied industries. The board oversees the direction of the organization and collaborates directly with the staff to guide the organizational growth.

Returning board members are: Amit Morey, Department of Poultry Science, Auburn University; Barry Moose, Koch Foods.; Ben Medearis, Americold; Charlene Keller, Choptank Transport; Dan Forgacs, APPI; Dave Bayer, Peco Foods; Don Poulin, Golbon; Doug Nielsen, Turkey Valley Farms; Fernando Puentes, High Point Logistics; Jamie Doherty, Pilgrims; Mark Schultz, Maersk Lines; R.E. Butts, Butts Foods; Rick Trenary, Perdue; Russ Whitman, Urner Barry; and Wayne Shuler, Shuler Meats.

Newly appointed board members are: Chan Windham, House of Raeford; Greg Morgan, Quirchfoods; Kevin Grindle, Mar-Jac Poultry; Lee Neal, Global 888 Trucking; and Tim Rathert, Quaker Valley Foods.

Outgoing board members are: Joey Jurgielewicz, Joe Jurgielewicz & Son; Nathan Vaughan, Mar-Jac Poultry; Jim Culp, Cook International Trade & Brokerage; Ian Hesketh, Gordon Food Service; Nick Stams, Stams Family Foods; and Denny Woodard, Tyson Foods.

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