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Lashley named president of contractors association

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Norma Lashley, owner and president of BSB Construction Inc. of Curtis, Nebraska, is the new president of the Nebraska Land Improvement Contractors Association. Lashley is the first woman president in the history of the 50-year-old association. Lashley has been a member of the group since 1974, and served as vice president for two years. She has also held offices on the national level, in the Land Improvement Contractors of America. The state organization's new vice president is Ray Cooney of Walthill. Directors include Ted Lashley of Curtis, Area V director; and Merle Adams of Arapahoe, Area VA director.

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So proud of my BFF! She has helped run this company since she and Bud were married. They farmed, but the economics of that were stretched, so they invested in some dirt moving equipment to add to the income. Amazing how a small move in the right direction has made a big different to Curtis, Ne and improved the landscape of our beautiful Nebraska. This is definitely a family oriented company and I am immensely proud of the leadership she has exhibited. Good to know that the NLICA has expressed the same confidence I have always had for her. Congrats Norma!!

-- Posted by pforch1 on Wed, Jan 30, 2013, at 8:02 PM

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