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National Cotton Council names 2011 Directors
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Feb '11
The National Cotton Council directors for 2011 were announced at the NCC's annual meeting held on February 4-6.

Elected to the NCC Board during segment caucuses were:

Producers – Frank B. Rogers, III, Bennettsville, SC; Laudies D. Brantley, Jr., England, AR; Michael D. Alexander, Colorado City, TX; James F. Dodson, Robstown, TX.; and Donald J. Cameron, Helm, CA.

Ginners – Richard J. Lindsey, Centre, AL.; Kent Fountain, Surrency, GA.; Richard Kelley, Burlison, TN.; Lee Tiller, Odem, TX.; and Dwayne T. Alford, Yuma, AZ.

Warehousers – Charlie Jackson, Memphis, TN.; Ron Harkey, Lubbock, TX.; Robert Snodgrass, Taylor, TX.; Robert J. Crume, Bakersfield, CA.; and Dane Jones, Bakersfield, CA.

Merchants – Richard L. Clark, III, Cordova, TN.; Joseph T. Nicosia, Cordova, TN.; T. Jordan Lea, Greenville, SC; Philip R. Bogel, II, Dallas, TX.; and Manfred Schiefer, Lubbock, TX.

Cottonseed – Brandon Raddatz, Valdosta, GA; J. Scott Middleton, Jonestown, MS; Robert L. Lacy, Lubbock, TX; James C. Massey, Harlingen, TX; and Mark E. Howard, Gilbert, AZ.

Cooperatives – Michael Quinn, Garner, NC; Sterling P. Jones, Greenwood, MS; Hayne D. Matthews, Oxford, MS; Wallace L. Darneille, Lubbock, TX; and Jarral Neeper, Bakersfield, CA.

Manufacturers – Robert H. Chapman III, Inman, SC; W. Malloy Evans, Cheraw, SC; Werner Bieri, Jefferson, GA; David Hastings, Mauldin, SC; and Owen J. Hodges, III, Columbus, GA.

National Cotton Council of America


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