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Chancellor was first elected to the Board of Directors in 2014. Nebraska Pork Producers Association

Chancellor elected president of Nebraska Pork Producers Association

Chancellor has served as a National Pork Board delegate and represented NPPA on a foreign trade mission to Japan.

Nebraska pork producers have chosen Tim Chancellor of Broken Bow as their next leader. Chancellor was elected president of the Nebraska Pork Producers Association at their annual meeting last week in Lincoln. 

Joining Chancellor as NPPA’s new leaders are president-elect, John Csukker, The Maschhoffs from Columbus, and vice president Shana Beattie, Beattie Family Farms from Sumner. Newly elected directors are Matt Marquardt of Tekamah and Ali Prochaska of David City. Chad Johnson of Norfolk and Mark Wright of Fremont will serve as 1st and 2nd alternate directors.

Chancellor was first elected to the board of directors in 2014. He is a member of the Executive, Finance, and Legislative Committees for the NPPA, has served as a National Pork Board delegate and represented NPPA on a foreign trade mission to Japan.

Chancellor is the wean-finish supervisor for Thomas Livestock Co. He has been with TLC since 1993 and also owns finishing facilities. Chancellor and his wife, Minnie, have three children and he is a newly elected member of the Broken Bow School Board.

In accepting the NPPA presidency, Chancellor says he “is looking forward to the day-to-day engagement, challenges and rewards that come with the new position.” 

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