KANSAS CITY — Roger Fray, chief commodity marketing officer for Landus Cooperative, has been elected chairman of the Transportation, Elevator and Grain Merchants Association (TEGMA). The announcement was made at the association’s annual meeting on Jan. 25 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
|Roger Fray, chairman of TEGMA|
Mr. Fray, who is based in Ames, Iowa, succeeds Ryan Pellett of the J.D. Heiskell Co.
Scott Mills, executive vice-president North America, Lansing Trade Group, was selected as first vice-chairman, while Terry McDermott, director of supply chain, Bunge North America, was elected second vice-chairman.
Active members elected to three-year terms on the board of directors were:
• Wyatt Brummer, The Scoular Co.
• Aaron Reid, J.D. Heiskell & Company
• Joe Smith, Arizona Grain
Elected by members to one-year terms on the board were representatives of Associate Members: Alan Koenig, Grain Craft, and Tom Meyer, Kansas Grain Inspection Service.
The newly-elected members join the following incumbents on the board:
• Roger Fray, Landus Cooperative
• Barbara Haertling, BNSF Railway
• Brad Thrasher, Union Pacific Railroad
• Patrick Bryan, Pacificor LLC
• Terry McDermott, Bunge North America
• Scott Mills, Lansing Trade Group
TEGMA staff officers are Bob Petersen, president, and Erica Venancio, secretary-treasurer.
TEGMA is a North American trade association whose members include grain shippers and receivers, as well as many related businesses, including transportation companies and inspection agencies.