CCA Officer

First Vice President Mark Lacey

Mark Lacey, a 4th generation rancher from Independence, Calif., was elected to serve as CCA's First Vice President in Sparks, Nev. at the 100th CCA & CCW Annual Convention. 
Lacey and his wife Brenda along with their daughters Molly and Katie, who will be the 5th generation of Laceys on the land since the family first settled in Independence in 1867, run a commercial cow-calf and stocker operation, in addition to a registered quarterhorse operation in the east central valley of California with Mark's parents and siblings, too.
Lacey is an experienced leader in the California beef industry and an innovative thinker. He served as the chairman of the California Beef Council in 2013 and has served on a number of CCA committees helping to shape CCA policy and bringing with him to his officer position in CCA a vast understanding of key issues that impact ranchers across the state.
With a love for family, livestock, and the land, Lacey looks forward to serving the members of the California Cattlemen's Association as second vice president. He plans to represent the views of California cattlemen and women, and protect their freedom to operate by advancing proactive policy, participating in political advocacy, and reaching out to members.  

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