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PNVA MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2017-2018

Vegetable

Industry

Scholarship

The Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association is

pleased to offer up to $5,000 in scholarships

with the scholarship being renewable for an

additional year pursuant to PNVA guidelines.

The PNVA will give preference in the following

order - 1) Members of the PNVA (and family)

in agriculture, 2) Non-members in agriculture,

and 3) Members in other fields.

Eligible applicants must be high school

graduates planning to attend an institution

of higher education (university, college, or

technical program), current undergraduates, or

graduate students.

Candidates interested in the scholarship

should fill out the application form, which

is available a

t www.pnva.org/scholarship .

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 30.

Candidates may be invited to an in-person

interview.

The scholarship committee and board of

directors of the Pacific Northwest Vegetable

Association will select the scholarship winners.

Announcement of the scholarship winners will

be made in June. The recipient will be asked

to report to the Pacific Northwest Vegetable

Association for at least one year after being

awarded the scholarship.

Current & Past

Presidents

Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association

2017 Gina Gray

IRZ Consulting

-

Hermiston, OR

2016 Gina Gray

IRZ Consulting

-

Hermiston, OR

2015 Craig Yearous

Syngenta

-

Nampa, ID

2014 Craig Yearous

Syngenta

-

Nampa, ID

2013 Dustin Cook

Mercer Canyons

- Prosser, WA

2012 Dustin Cook

Mercer Canyons

- Prosser, WA

2011 Tony Shepherd

Monterey AgResources

- Silverton, OR

2010 Jud Hedine

WallaWalla Farmers Co-Op

- WallaWalla, WA

2009 Jud Hedine

WallaWalla Farmers Co-Op

- WallaWalla, WA

2008 Darlene Maxwell

Bejo Seeds

- Payette, ID

2007 Bob Simerly

McCain Foods

- Fruitland, ID

2006 Bob Simerly

McCain Foods

- Fruitland, ID

2005 Stephen Mueller

Hermiston Foods

- Hermiston, OR

2004 Bill Dean

Walla Walla River Farms

- Walla Walla, WA

2003 Jon Luoma

Gustafson

- Kennewick, WA

2002 Jim Christopherson Keithly-Williams Seeds

- Pasco, WA

2001 Brian Andersen

Clearwater Supply

- Othello, WA

2000 Jim Klaustermeyer, Jr. Klaustermeyer Farms

- Basin City, WA

1999 Kerrick Bauman

L&L Farms

- Connell, WA

1998 Hollis Kiel

Norpac Foods

- Stayton, OR

1997 Don Bishop

Hermiston Foods

- Hermiston, OR

1996 Marc Stone

Seneca/Green Giant

- Pasco, WA

1995 Joe Yoder

Zenner Brothers Seed

- Portland, OR

1994 Gary Middleton

Gary Middleton Farms

- Pasco, WA

1993 Rich Rasmussen

R.A. Rasmussen and Sons

- Granger, WA

Washington State Vegetable Association

1992 Jim Klaustermeyer, Jr. Klaustermeyer Farms

- Basin City, WA

1991 Richard Beightol

Mercer Ranches

- Prosser, WA

1990 Wayne Osborne

W. Osborne Int. Seed

- Mt. Vernon, WA

1989 Florence Sayre

Sayre Farms

- Pasco, WA

1988 Florence Sayre

Sayre Farms

- Pasco, WA

1987 Del Wisdom

Judel Farms

- Basin City, WA

1986 Del Wisdom

Judel Farms

- Basin City, WA

Pacific Northwest Vegetable

Association

VISION STATEMENT:

The Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association is the leading organization in the Pacific Northwest

promoting the interests of the vegetable industry.

MISSION STATEMENT:

The Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association is dedicated to education, research, promotion

and the leadership of the vegetable industry in the Pacific Northwest. The PNVA is committed to facilitating and enhancing

communications between all segments of the vegetable industry, policy makers and consumers.

GOALS:

1. Provide quality educational programs to meet the needs of the vegetable industry.

2. Increase overall membership in the Association.

3. Initiate and support vegetable promotion programs.

4. Initiate and support vegetable research.

5. Provide leadership on federal, regional, state, international and local issues concerning the vegetable industry.