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Robert H. Lounsberry

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Iowa State's College of Agriculture

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President

Midwest Association of State Department's of Agriculture


Affiliations

FFA

Life Member


Iowa Association

Deputy Secretary


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AgricultureLaw.com -- September 1999 News Archive

www.agriculturelaw.com [cached]

The group will be headed by former Iowa Agriculture Secretary Robert Lounsberry of McCallsburg and former farm broadcaster Herb Palmbeck of Des Moines.Soybean Crayons Offered With Fast-Food Meals.McDonald's is offering a free four-pack of Prang soybean crayons in every Happy Meal in a partnership with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Dixon Ticonderoga Co., the firm that makes the crayon.The crayons are made from soybeans rather than petroleum-based wax, allowing the crayon colors to appear brighter, resist flaking and break less often.A portion of the proceeds form Happy Meal purchases will be donated to the four Ronald McDonald Houses of North Carolina.


Iowa Farm Bureau Online - Farming and Agriculture News - Audio/Video Feeds - Family Living - Spokesman

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Kleckner, Lounsberry named Distinguished Service to Ag winners.Dean Kleckner of Des Moines and Robert Lounsberry of McCallsburg are recipients of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation's (IFBF) 2000 distinguished service to agriculture awards.Lounsberry, a dedicated leader in the agricultural industry, started farming after receiving his honorable discharge from the Army Air Corps in 1945.After farming for 23 years, he was appointed as the Iowa Deputy Secretary of Agriculture.Following his four years as deputy, he was elected as Iowa's Secretary of Agriculture, a position he held until retiring in 1986.In recognition of his dedication, Lounsberry has received the National Leadership Award from the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, Distinguished Service Award presented by the Iowa Grain and Feed Association and the Friends of Agriculture Award from the Iowa National Agri-Marketing Association.Currently, Lounsberry is a member of several civic organizations including the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine and Lions Club.He is also a life member of the FFA Alumni Association and the Iowa Arboretum.Kleckner and Lounsberry were selected by the IFBF board of directors to receive the awards.Kleckner was nominated by the Floyd County Farm Bureau while Lounsberry was nominated by the Story County Farm Bureau.Robert H. LounsberryMcCallsburg, Iowa2000 Iowa Farm BureauDistinguished Service to Agriculture recipientRobert Lounsberry of McCallsburg, a dedicated leader in the agriculture industry, started farming after receiving his honorable discharge from the Army Air Corps in 1945.While in the military service, he received several honors including Distinguished Flying Cross, four Oak Leaf Clusters and the Philippine Liberation Medal.After farming for 23 years, he was appointed as the Iowa Deputy Secretary of Agriculture in 1969.Following his four years as deputy he was elected as Iowa's Secretary of Agriculture, a position he held until retiring in 1986.While secretary, he served as president of the Midwest Association of State Department's of Agriculture, the National Association of State Department's of Agriculture and the Mid American International Trade Council.He also received the President's E Award and E Star Award for excellence in expanding exports of Iowa's products.In recognition of his dedication, Lounsberry has received the National Leadership Award from the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, Distinguished Service Award presented by the Iowa Grain and Feed Association and the Friends of Agriculture Award from the Iowa National Agri-Marketing Association.He has also been honored by Iowa Association of the Blind, the Iowa State Fair Board and the Korean Corn Processing Association.Currently, Lounsberry is a member of several civic organizations including the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine and Lions Club.He is also a life member of the FFA Alumni Association and the Iowa Arboretum.He and his wife, Muriel, have been married for more than 57 years and have five children, 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.


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Later, Danilson became Marketing Director for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Robert Lounsberry and made several overseas trips to promote Iowa agricultural products.


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