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Directors Re-elected to Land Bank Board

Louisiana Land Bank stockholders recently re-elected John L. "Jack" Dailey of Extension, La., Grady Coburn of Lecompte, La., and John F. Earles of Bunkie, La. to the lending cooperative's board of directors. The directors will serve three-year terms.

John L. Jack Dailey

John L. "Jack" Dailey

A member of the Louisiana Land Bank board since 2012, Dailey currently serves as vice-chairman of the board. He is an owner and operator of Boeuf Prairie Farm, which produces cotton, corn, soybeans and cattle. Mr. Dailey serves as board member of the Franklin Parish Fire Protection District 2, Franklin Parish Farm Bureau, Louisiana Boll Weevil Eradication Commission, and Matthews Cemetery, Inc. He is a manager for the Franklin Farmer Alliance, LLC which is a farmer-owned agricultural retail store.

Grady Coburn

Grady Coburn

Coburn has been a member of the board since 2012. He is the owner and president of Pest Management Enterprises, LLC. Mr. Coburn has worked as an agricultural consultant and contract researcher for over 40 years. He is a board member of the Louisiana Department of Agriculture Pesticide Advisory Commission, the Boll Weevil Eradication Technical Advisory Board and the Bayou Boeuf Cooperative Board.

John F. Earles

John F. Earles

Earles has been a member of the board since 2010. He owns and operates Triple E Farms in Bunkie, La. Mr. Earles is president of Townsend Brothers Farms, Inc., Earles, Inc., a land and rice dryer organization, Gold Dust Hunting Club, Inc., and Black Lake Hunting Club, Inc. He serves as secretary/treasurer of Triple E Land Grading Company, Townsend Brothers Farms, Inc., CENLA Fuels, LLC, and Bunkie Flying Service, Inc. Mr. Earles currently serves as a police juror for Avoyelles Parish.



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