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Paul DeBruce is a successful entrepreneur and the founder of the DeBruce Foundation. He is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of DeBruce Grain, Inc., which was comprised of grain facilities, grain trading, grain and oilseed processing facilities, wholesale fertilizer terminals, fertilizer trading, feed ingredient handling facilities, and feed ingredient trading in 75 locations throughout the United States and Mexico.
Mr. DeBruce has chaired the Kansas City Federal Reserve Board of Directors and presided over the Terminal Grain Elevator Merchants Association. His board service has extended to the National Grain and Feed Association, Kansas City Board of Trade, Civic Council of Kansas City, American Royal, and Customer Advisory Board to Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. His leadership as a Trustee of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and other Kansas City non-profit organizations has resulted in a lasting impact for the Kansas City community.
In 2023, Linda and Paul DeBruce were named Ingram’s Philanthropist of the Year.
Mr. DeBruce lives in Kansas City with his wife. He has two adult children who also reside in the area.
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