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LeBaron named plant manager at Sanford Worthington

WORTHINGTON -- David LeBaron is the new plant manager of operations and maintenance for Sanford Worthington. LeBaron earned his electrical associate's degree from Minnesota West in Jackson. He is currently enrolled at Minnesota State University o...

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WORTHINGTON - David LeBaron is the new plant manager of operations and maintenance for Sanford Worthington.

LeBaron earned his electrical associate’s degree from Minnesota West in Jackson. He is currently enrolled at Minnesota State University of Moorhead in its online operations management program. Lebaron most recently worked as maintenance manager at Pilgrim’s Pride in Luverne.

“David will be a great fit at Sanford Worthington,” stated Reed Fricke, director of ancillary services. “He is highly motivated and will provide great leadership to the facility operations.”

"I am very excited to take on this role at Sanford Worthington,” LeBaron said. “I feel that Sanford Worthington will be a great place to work, and I look forward to working with the staff. Everyone I have met so far has been friendly and helpful.”

LeBaron lives in Luverne with his wife Irma, who is a stay-at-home mother. They have three kids - Jonathan (8), Gabriella (3) and Lainey (1). LeBaron moved to southwest Minnesota from Sioux City, Iowa, in 2006 and met his wife shortly after. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, home projects and youth sports.

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