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Three generations: Shirley Hudson, Sarah Sherrod and Hannah Sherrod of the Southeast Produce Council. Jennifer Pierce of the Southeast Produce Council with Mark and Victoria Shuman of Shuman Farms. Garry Bergstrom, a member of the SEPC Board of Governors, and Ginny Bergstrom. Fallon Brawley of Onions 52 with Raina Nelson of Renaissance Food Group and vice chairman of the SEPC Board of Directors. Karen Eubanks, whose late husband Martin Eubanks will be honored during Southern Exposure with the 2021 Terry Vorhees Lifetime Achievement Award, and Anna Burch of SEPC. Tim Graas of Associated Wholesale Grocers and secretary of the SEPC Board of Directors, with Donna and Gary Myracle, who is retired from AWG. Faye Westfall, a former chairman of the SEPC Board of Directors. Brandon Parker of Shuman Farms and Natalie Parker, with their daughters Matti, 15, and Mimi, 13. Pat Shell, Rick Estess and Randy Shell of RPE Inc. Susan Ann Roper and Clark Roper of Piggly Wiggly. Molly Edenfield of the SEPC with Austin Farrow and their five-month-old daughter, Charlie. Mike Casazza of Fresh Source with Bobby Creel of L&M Cos. and chairman of the SEPC Board of Governors. Mark Daniels, Delynn Daniels and Stanley Trout of the Idaho Potato Commission; Mark also serves on the SEPC Board of Governors. David Sherrod, president and CEO of the Southeast Produce Council, with SEPC staff member Jennifer Pierce and Jane Narwold of Sutherland's Foodservice. Andrew Scott and Curtis Estes of Nickey Gregory Co. Larry Narwold of Misionero and a former chairman of the SEPC Board of Directors, with Al Finch of Florida Classic Growers and a member of the SEPC Board of Governors.

VIP dinner kicks off Southern Exposure 2021

By
Gordon M. Hochberg

ORLANDO, FL — The Southeast Produce Council held its annual VIP dinner Monday evening, April 5, at the Swan & Dolphin Resort's Lake Terrace, just prior to the opening of the 2021 Southern Exposure conference and trade show, taking place here April 6-8.

The conference has planned a full schedule of events, both virtual and in person, including the annual Tom Page Golf Classic (named for Tom Page, one of the founders of the council), the STARS & STEP-UPP dinner, two educational workshops, the Southern Roots luncheon for women in produce, the opening gala, the keynote luncheon and the expo.

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