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Job Well Done

letter to the editor of Herald and News by Rob Crawford, Klamath Basin farmer

As director of communications at Klamath Water Users Association I would personally like to thank Dan Keppen for the job he has done. He came in for three years and gave it everything he had. He wasnít only executive director at water users he became part of our community. He brought focus, energy, and structure to our organization. I personally wish Dan and his family all the best. His organizational skills that he has instilled into our organization will help to insure a seamless transition as new director comes on board. Knowing Dan Iím sure he will continue to advocate dependable water and affordable power for the Klamath basin farmers and ranchers. His work will continue to benefit us for years to come. His legacy at water users will be his solid leadership and personal commitment to the people he represented as the Klamath Project turns 100 years old.

Rob Crawford






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