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NGFA National Grain and Feed Association : John M. Heck

04/03/2014 | 02:59pm US/Eastern

John M. Heck is The Scoular Company's Senior Vice President, Business Development.

He began his Scoular career in 1981 when he joined the company as a grain ­merchandiser. Mr. Heck held positions of increasing responsibility with Scoular; he was named Operations Manager of the Nebraska Region in 1984 and Vice President ­responsible for the management and operation of the Eastern Region in 1985. Seven years later he was promoted to Senior Vice President.

A native of Council Bluffs, Iowa, Mr. Heck received his B.S. degree in ­Economics from The University of Iowa in 1977. Prior to working for The Scoular Company, Mr. Heck worked as an engineering technician for Shoemaker Consulting Engineers and as a construction estimator for the Union Pacific Railroad.

Mr. Heck currently serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the National Grain and Feed Association. He is a past Chairman of the Agriculture Council for the Omaha Chamber of Commerce. He served as the Board Chair for Habitat for Humanity of Omaha, and is a past trustee of the Nebraska 4-H Foundation. Mr. Heck is past President of the Omaha Grain Trade Association.

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