Missouri River Restoration and Recovery

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Randy Asbury

Higbee, Missouri

Randy Asbury

Randy Asbury, executive director of the Coalition to Protect the Missouri River (CPR), represents the diverse interests of agricultural, navigational, industrial, utility and business-related entities in Missouri River issues. CPR supports responsible management of Missouri River resources and the maintenance of congressionally authorized purposes of the river including flood control and navigation.

Prior to assuming his current position, Randy was president and executive director of Soaring Eagles Ministries, Inc., a ministry for homeless persons in Columbia, MO.

In addition, Randy co-owned and was president and director of marketing for Soil Technologies of Missouri, a farm services supply center that operated in a 15-county area of Central Missouri. He was director of product marketing for the Missouri Pork Producers Association before co-owning Soil Technologies.

Randy has governmental experience in past employment positions as deputy director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture and as staff assistant to the director at the Missouri Department of Agriculture.

Randy received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Missouri in 1980. He has been married for 23 years and has four children between 11 and 18 years of age.





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