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Employment History

  • General Manager
    LaPorte County Farm Bureau Association
  • Manager
    LaPorte County Farm Bureau Association
  • Owner
    LaPorte County Farm Bureau Association
  • Manager
    LaPorte County Farm Bureau Co-op
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News - Post-Tribune (Northwest Indiana), 2 July 2004 [cached]
Dean Kaesebier, general manager of the LaPorte County Farm Bureau Association, said vehicles were on the tracks on Thursday inspecting the rails.Kaesebier said after the LaPorte County vote of approval, he expects as much as $1.4 million in state grants to help buy the $1.9 million rail line.
The rail line will be held by a quasi-public organization, Kaesebier said.The town of North Judson is serving as interim owner.
Northwest Indiana News: - News: Officials pledge help for farmers, 2 June 2004 [cached]
Dean Kaesebier, general manager of the LaPorte County Farm Bureau Co-op Association, made the pitch to the commissioners on behalf of farmers in Porter, LaPorte and Starke counties who would be affected by the potential abandonment of a 33-mile stretch of CSX train track.
The association is attempting to buy the track through a combination of state, federal and local funding sources.Support on the local level is needed in order to demonstrate to state and federal agencies that there is a desire to maintain the rail service, Kaesebier said.
According to Kaesebier, officials in Starke County already have committed $50,000 toward the effort.There are indications the effort will be supported in LaPorte County as well, he said.
With a number of local farmers present, Kaesebier and other supporters detailed to the commissioners the financial implications should the rail line cease operations, forcing farmers to rely on trucks instead.
Farmers could face increases of about 10 cents per bushel on exported crops currently transported by rail from Malden.Costs to bring an estimated 4,000 tons of fertilizer to the farmers could increase by roughly $7 per ton without the train service.
"This is very important to the producers in this area," Kaesebier said.
News - Post-Tribune (Northwest Indiana), 23 June 2004 [cached]
"This is very important to the producers in the area," said Dean Kaesebier, manager of the LaPorte County Farm Bureau Association.
Northwest Indiana Biz Mall, 18 Sept 2002 [cached]
Owner: Dean Kaesebier219-362-2156
Herald-Argus News Headlines, 1 April 2003 [cached]
Dean Kaesebier, manager of the LaPorte County Farm Bureau Co-op, thought of the perfect epitaph for Reel's tombstone.
"You have probably heard of Will Rogers and what is written on his tombstone, which reads, "Never saw a person he did not like."Well, on Dick's tombstone it will read, "Never saw a piece of wood he didn't like," Kaesebier said.
Kaesebier said Reel is an asset to the area.
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