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Today for we would like to feature one of our Trustees Jayne Bodnar.
Jayne Grew up in Lake County and now resides in Jefferson, Ohio. She graduated from Madison Memorial High as well as Lake Erie Academy of Cosmetology. She also attended Lakeland Community College, where she took courses in business retailing. She has also traveled quite a bit to complete training for her profession of being a cosmetologist. Jayne has been a Farm Bureau member since the 1960’s and has been part of the board for three years. Jayne helps out in Farm Bureau wherever she can as needed. He family includes her late husband Joseph (Joe) Bodnar, her four children James, Patricia, Victor, and Alicia, 16 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Jayne and her husband had a farm where they raised cattle.
When we asked Jayne why she was a Farm Bureau Member she said, “I am pleased to be able to serve.” Not only is she involved in Ashtabula County Farm Bureau she is very involved in Ashtabula County 4-H as she serves on the Market Animal Committee, was a 4-H adviser, is part of the Ashtabula County 4-H Foundation, and is a member of the Ashtabula County Fair Board Auxiliary, where she serves as their public relations officer. An interesting fact about Jayne is that she owned and operated her own beauty parlor for 32 years.
Thank you, Jayne, for your dedication to Ashtabula County Farm Bureau.
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