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NSP mourns the loss of Jack Eberspacher

The National Sorghum Producers mourns the death of its former Executive Director, Jack Eberspacher.

"Jack was our colleague and dear friend," said Tim Lust, NSP CEO. "His leadership carried this organization both through rough patches and tremendous growth. He cast a remarkable vision for NSP and never let the organization stray from its farmer members and the basics."

Jack passed away peacefully in his sleep July 5. He was on indefinite medical leave from his position as President and CEO of the Ag Retailers Association after a cancer diagnosis in late April. He is survived by his wife, Jinger, and his children Sam and Maggie.

Friends of Jack Eberspacher have set up an educational trust for his children. Please make checks payable to the "Sam and Maggie Eberspacher Educational Trust." Memorials may be mailed to:

Bank of America, N.A.

c/o Carolyn F. Grant-Suttie

8300 Greensboro Drive

Suite 500

McLean, VA 22102

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