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MFB 1960s Executives

Bob Smith (left), Dan Reed (center) and Rep. Stanley Powell (right) all served as MFB Legislative Counsels in the mid-1960s. Smith was a former MFB vice president; Powell was director of public affairs and public relations; and Reedserved as administrative director of public affairs before succeeding Power in leading the public affairs division. Thanks to Bill Spike and Ron Nelson­—themselves emeritus leaders of the organization—for their insights in helping identify these gentlemen.

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