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Names in the News - Oct. 10, 2012
 
Garrison named superintendent for Brock Grain

MILFORD, Ind. — Doug Garrison has been named a plant superintendent for Brock Grain Systems. Garrison’s responsibilities in his new position include the management of grain bin roof and body sheet production; structural and bracing operations; and shipping and packaging functions at Brock’s Milford facility.

Garrison held positions as a maintenance and technical manager, as well as a manufacturing engineer in the automotive industry. He is a native of Upland, Ind., and graduated from Trine University with a bachelor’s degree in engineering administration.

CountryMark Announces Controller

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — CountryMark is pleased to announce the addition of Lyn Bradbury as controller of one of its subsidiaries, CountryMark Refining and Logistics, LLC. Bradbury will work from the company’s downtown Indianapolis office.

Prior to joining CountryMark, she worked for Marathon Petroleum Corp. in numerous capacities within the refining and pipeline organizations, most recently as the controller of its Texas Refining Division. She will lead the Accounting/Finance business units of CountryMark Refining and Logistics, LLC.

Bradbury received her B.S. in finance from the University of Illinois in 1996. She earned her MBA from Indiana State University in 1999. She has participated in the Foundation of Women’s Resources’ Power Pipeline 2009 Leadership Program.

4 executives named to Farm Foundation Board

OAK BROOK, Ill. — Four executives from across the food and agribusiness value chain have been elected to the board of trustees of Farm Foundation.

Elected were James (Tres) Bailey, director of Agriculture and Food, Walmart; Claudia Garcia, senior director, Global Corporate Affairs, Elanco Animal Health; Steve Irsik, president, Irsik Equities; and William Nelson, president, CHS Foundation.

The mission of the Foundation is to serve as a catalyst for sound public policy by providing objective information to foster a deeper understanding of issues shaping the future for agriculture, food systems and rural regions.
10/10/2012