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Irrigation Association announces 2010-11 results

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The association has a new vice president and treasurer.

| November 30, 2010

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — The Irrigation Association announced the results of its election for the 2010-2011 vice president, treasurer and four open director positions:

Vice President
Bob Dobson, CIC, CID, EPA WaterSense Partner – president, Middletown Sprinkler Company (Port Monmouth, N.J.)

Treasurer:
Warren Thoma – president, Warren Thoma & Associates, LLC (Crystal Lake, Ill.)

Directors:
•    Greg Hunter – executive vice president of marketing, Hunter Industries (San Marcos, Calif.)
•    Todd Magatagan, CAIS, CIC, CID, CGIA, CLIA, CLWM, Texas Licensed Irrigator, EPA WaterSense Partner – owner, Around the Grounds (The Woodlands, Texas)
•    Aric Olson, CAIS – president, Jain Irrigation, Inc. (Fresno, Calif.)
•    John Vikupitz – president/CEO, Netafim USA (Fresno, Calif.)

“With the addition of Greg, Todd, and Aric, the 2010-2011 board will continue to represent the association’s broad and diverse membership,” said Mark Huntley of John Deere Water, incoming IA president for 2010-2011. “Bob, John and Warren have already been valued members of the board, and I look forward to their continued leadership in the years ahead.”

The 2010-2011 board will take office immediately following the 2010 Irrigation Show to be held at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Dec. 5-7.
 

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