Rogers re-elected Arizona Farm Bureau President

Rogers re-elected Arizona Farm Bureau President

Kevin Rogers re-elected President. Changes in vice presidents include First Vice-President Stefanie Smallhouse of Redington and Second Vice-President John Boelts of Yuma.


Kevin Rogers was elected to a sixth, two-year term as President the Arizona Farm Bureau at the organization’s 92nd annual meeting held in Scottsdale Nov. 8.

“It is truly an honor and privilege to serve our members as their President,” Rogers said.

The Rogers family farms 7,000 acres in the Phoenix-metro area.

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Delegates made changes in the two vice president positions.

Stefanie Smallhouse, formerly the organization’s second vice-president, was promoted by delegates to first vice-president. She is the first female to serve as an officer since the late 1990s.

Stefanie and her husband Andrew operate a diversified farming operating in Reding, Ariz.

Elected second vice-president was John Boelts, a vegetable grower in Yuma County.

Sharla Mortimer from Dewey was re-elected Women's Leadership Committee chair. Linda Merrell from Duncan was re-elected Women's Director.

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