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Lundeen receives Community Service award at convention

Published 6:32am Tuesday, February 12, 2013 Updated 8:34am Tuesday, February 12, 2013

The Minnesota Grain and Feed Association (MGFA) selected Victor “Buzz” Lundeen Jr. of Fergus Falls as the recipient of the 2013 MGFA Community Service Award. The MGFA, which represents the grain elevator and feed mill industry, made the announcement at its 106th Annual Convention held recently in St. Cloud.

Buzz is owner of the Victor Lundeen Company of Fergus Falls, which has been providing printing and office supplies for agri-businesses throughout the Midwest since the company was founded by his father in 1914.

His community involvement includes service on several school and church committees, a 46 year member and past president of the Rotary Club, a trustee of the YMCA Foundation, Pioneer Care Foundation and Center for the Arts, director for 20 years on the local Norwest Bank board and recently awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from Fergus Falls School District Foundation.

Buzz and his wife, Ann, have three daughters and one son, who is succeeding him at the company.

 

 

 

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