Ontario Tender Fruit and Fresh Grape election results

Phil Tregunno, chair, Ontario Tender Fruit Growers.

The Ontario Tender Fruit Growers have re-elected Phil Tregunno as chair. New director Randy Haist was voted to take over the position vacated by long-time director Leo Devries who has served for 24 years. He will remain on the fresh market and processing advisory committees.


2019 Ontario Tender Fruit Growers executive


Phil Tregunno - Chair

John Thwaites - Vice Chair

Fred Meyers

Dave Enns

David Hipple

Brock Puddicombe

Rusty Smith

Ryan Schuyler

Randy Haist


2019 Ontario Fresh Grape Growers’ Marketing Board executive


David Hipple - Chair

Torrie Warner - Vice Chair

Howard Colcuc

Adolf Reddecopp

Jourdan Tregunno

Dan Lambert

Robin Reimer


Source: Ontario Tender Fruit Growers and Ontario Fresh Grape Growers April 11, 2019 email to The Grower



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Monday, April 15, 2019
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