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DATE:    September 20, 2017

TO:    Shareholder/Growers and Employees

FROM:    Nancy Wulfekuhle, Communications Specialist

SUBJECT:Hall of Fame Award

It is time again to consider a candidate for the Cooperative’s biennial Hall of Fame Award. The award is the highest honor bestowed by Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative and is only awarded if a worthy candidate is nominated.

The Hall of Fame Award recognizes people who have made outstanding contributions to Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative primarily and may also include those who have made outstanding contributions to the beet sugar industry regionally and/or nationally. The nominee cannot be a currently seated board member. (Click for the Hall of Fame Criteria)

To help you with your nomination, the following is a list of past award recipients.

 
•    James Link & Earl Davison, 1977
•    Leo Yaggie, 1978
•    Alan Dexter, 1979
•    Alvin Hansen, 1980
•    Vernon Johnson &G.W. Shannon,1981
•    Gordon Rudolph & Francis Gilles, 1982
•    Lloyd Norman, 1983
•    Richard Kruse, Sr., 1984
•    Allan Cattanach, 1985
•    Paul Dietz, 1986
•    Pat Goggin, 1987
•    Ted Peet, 1988
•    Manfred Decker, 1989
•    Walter Loff, 1990
•    Darwin Bliss, 1991
•    Van R. Olsen, 1992
•    Robert Kocks, 1993
•    V. Charles Hufford, 1994
•    Ralph K. Morris, 1995
•    Luther Markwart, 1996
•    Lawrence Deal, 1997
•    Lee Estenson, 1998
•    Larry D. Steward, 1999
•    John Groneman, 2001
•    Victor Krabbenhoft, 2003
•    No award given, 2005
•    No award given, 2007
•    Mike Hasbargen , 2009
•    Steve Caspers, 2011
•    Dave Roche, 2013
•    John Doxsie, 2015
 

To submit a nomination for the Hall of Fame Award, please complete the nomination form and return it by October 31, 2017.