Stumpe Recognized For Service On MFB Promotion And Education Committee
Barb Stumpe, of Leslie, was recognized for two years of service on Farm Bureau’s Promotion and Education (P&E) Committee during the 103rd Missouri Farm Bureau (MFB) annual meeting Dec. 4 at Lake of the Ozarks.
Blake Hurst, MFB president, presented Stumpe with a plaque during a Monday morning breakfast sponsored by the P&E Program. While on the committee, Stumpe represented District 5 in the east-central area of the state. As a member of the 10-person state committee, she helped develop, implement and evaluate programs promoting agriculture and strengthening Farm Bureau.
Stumpe and her husband, Kevin, live on a 180-acre farm where they have raised sheep for the past 28 years and currently raise cattle. Stumpe is a 2nd grade teacher at Spring Bluff R-15, where she has taught for the past 14 years. Prior to teaching, she was employed as a Farm Bureau insurance agent and was a stay-at-home mom for 19 years. Stumpe has served on the Franklin County Farm Bureau board and as chairman of the county’s P&E Committee. She is an active member of the Old Argo Presbyterian Church and was a 4-H leader for more than 20 years. The couple has four grown children and three granddaughters.