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Territory Manager, Western Saskatchewan


Phone: 306-540-4435

Fax: 204-477-4057

Doug Grandel is coming to 10 years with OMEX after a successful career in the seed and Ag equipment industries. Doug lives on a homestead, which used to be a cattle farm. His knowledge about the industry and farming is vast. He combines that a great sense of humor and dedication to his work. We wished that he told us that he was a die-hard Toronto Leaf’s fan at a start but we won’t hold that against him. In his spare time, Doug enjoys fishing and spending time with his family and grandchildren.

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