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Ralph Stewart

Stewart Appointed to FFA Foundation Board

The Arkansas FFA has announced the recent appointment of Farm Credit Midsouth Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer Ralph Stewart to its Foundation Board.

Stewart recently celebrated 24 years with Farm Credit. He is a graduate of the Nashville School of Law, preceding this accomplishment with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management from the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Particularly noteworthy, and further adding to the value of his appointment to the FFA Foundation Board, are his past experiences in the FFA. Stewart proudly served as Chapter FFA President of the McEwen Chapter in Tennessee, and then later was elected as the State FFA Sentinel for Tennessee in 1990-1991. Additionally, he was awarded the prestigious American FFA Degree in 1992.

“I am honored to assume an oversight position in an organization that has meant so much to me, both personally and professionally,” Stewart said. “If the young people I have had the pleasure of knowing are any indication, the future of agriculture is in good hands. I look forward to contributing any way I can.” Farm Credit Midsouth (a part of the Farm Credit System) is a federally-charted cooperative providing over $1.1 billion in credit and related services to more than 3,500 agriculture producers and rural home owners in ten Eastern Arkansas counties (Clay, Greene, Craighead, Mississippi, Crittenden, Poinsett, Cross, St. Francis, Lee and Phillips) and three counties in Missouri (Ripley, Carter and Wayne) through its wholly-owned PCA and FLCA subsidiaries.

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