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OFB president re-elected to national board

Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Mike Spradling has been re-elected to serve a one-year term on the board of directors for the American Farm Bureau Insurance Services and American Agricultural Insurance Companies. The election was May 8 at the companies’ annual stockholders meeting in Chicago.

“I am proud and honored to represent Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company on these national boards,” Spradling said.

The Oklahoma agricultural producer is entering his seventh year on the national board.

Spradling and his family own and operate a cattle and pecan production business headquartered at Sand Springs, Okla.

American Farm Bureau Insurance Services and American Agricultural Insurance Companies were established to provide services to help Farm Bureau insurance companies achieve financial stability and growth. AFBIS currently services crop insurance needs in 20 states across the country, and AAIC serves as a reinsurance company for Farm Bureau insurance companies.

Date: 5/27/2013



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