Sen. Rozenboom receives Uncommon Public Service Award

Senator Ken Rozenboom, R-Oskaloosa, was presented on Tuesday with the Herbert Hoover Uncommon Public Service Award in the Iowa Senate.

“It’s an honor to be part of a group of such distinguished and accomplished individuals who have received this award,” said Senator Rozenboom. “Each year when this award is presented I am always impressed with the accomplishments and dedication of those recipients, and I am humbled the same was thought of me. Thank you to all those who have supported me during my time in public service, especially my wife, Becky, and thank you for the distinction of receiving this award. I am truly humbled.”

A farmer, agri-businessman and life-long Iowan, Senator Rozenboom was born and resides in Mahaska County. He is a graduate of Pella Christian High School and attended Calvin College in Michigan. After college, he returned home to farm with his father and brother before taking a position in sales and production management for Wake’s Inc., a local agricultural supplier where he worked for 30 years. He and his brother continue to operate Rosewood Farms, a family farming operation in rural Mahaska County.

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