FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Randy Kron of Vanderburgh County was unanimously re-elected to another three-year term as vice president of Indiana Farm Bureau. The election came during the organization’s annual meeting in Fort Wayne.

Kron was first elected vice president in 2002. Prior to that, he had held numerous positions, including director of Indiana Farm Bureau District 9, which encompasses Posey, Gibson, Pike, Vanderburgh, Warrick, Dubois, Spencer, Orange, Crawford and Perry counties.

He also was president and vice president of the Vanderburgh County Farm Bureau and chairman of the IFB political action committee for Congressional District 8.

He and his wife, Joyce, and their grown son raise yellow corn, white corn, soybeans and wheat on their farm near Evansville. The Krons also have a grown daughter.

A 1983 graduate of Purdue University, Kron holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics. His community involvement includes holding the office of Armstrong Township trustee/assessor and membership on the Indiana Department of Transportation’s I-69 steering committee.