Corn growers group c.e.o. to retire

by Eric Schroeder
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ST. LOUIS — Rick Tolman has given notice that he will step down as chief executive officer of the National Corn Growers Association at the end of September. He has been c.e.o. of the association since 2000, and earlier he was executive director of the U.S. Grains Council for nine years. “Rick has been a tireless advocate for corn farmers and our organization,” said Martin Barbre, president of the N.C.G.A. “However, Rick told us — as much as he loves representing our way of life — he is ready to enjoy more time with his wife, Linda, and their five children and eight grandchildren, and other pursuits. As he said it, we all put off things until ‘someday,’ and, for him, ‘someday’ has finally come, after 14 years of service to the organization and a 37-year career in agriculture.”
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