Dennis Inman, VP of Grain Awarded NGFA Distinguished Service Award

Mar 28, 2023

Nearly 700 industry members gathered in La Quinta, CA, for the NGFA’s 127th annual convention on March 21-23. During the event, NGFA distributed several awards to industry volunteers, conducting business meetings of each of its committees and the Board of Directors, and announced the results of its most recent election.
NGFA Awards
During the Closing General Session on March 23, NGFA Chairman Greg Beck presented the NGFA Distinguished Service Award to Dennis Inman, the vice president of grain at Central Farm Service.
“Dennis has been a reliable, consistent, and capable servant to NGFA and our industry for many years. He has served on the Board of Directors since 2019, on the Executive Committee since 2021, and on the Country Elevator Committee and Arbitration Appeals Panel. In recognition of career achievement and commitment to the advancement of the NGFA and the industry, NGFA presents this Distinguished Service Award to Dennis Inman.”
On behalf of CFS, Thank you Dennis for all you do for the grain industry and for CFS and our members. Congratulations!

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