Kenneth C. “Ken” Trufant, CPPO, is a long-time colleague and friend whom I came to know in the 1980s when he joined the NIGP Board of Directors and went on to serve in every chair as an officer of the Institute. It didn’t take me long, as a member of the NIGP staff, to figure out that Trufant was a person of intellectual integrity, a person who was willing to speak up when he saw a problem or an opportunity that needed to be addressed. By his own admission years later, he ...

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