INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., (December 5, 2012) — Gary Lamie of West Point was elected president of the Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) at its November board of directors meeting.

Also elected were Dennis Maple of Greentown as vice president, Dean Eppley of Wabash as secretary and Gerald Gauck of Milan as treasurer.

The ICMC is responsible for investing state corn checkoff funds in programs that strengthen the demand for corn and corn products. With its five-year strategic plan, the ICMC board is focusing on five major areas, including ethanol, livestock, grain marketing, new uses and production issues.

“I want to thank my fellow council members for my election as president. I want to congratulate my fellow officers on their election as well,” said Lamie, who also serves as vice chair on National Corn Growers Association’s Research and Business Development Action Team. “I know that every director on the ICMC board will continue to be focused on working with our stakeholders to fulfill our mission of enhancing the value of Indiana corn.”

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The Indiana Corn Marketing Council was established by the Indiana General Assembly to promote the interest of corn growers in the state and manage corn checkoff funds. The Council is composed of 17 voting producer directors and seven appointed industry, and government representatives.

For more information, contact Indiana Corn Marketing Council Communications Director Megan Kuhn at 1-800-735-0195 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This communication was funded with corn checkoff dollars.