About KAAA

Kansas Aerial Applicators Association was organized in Liberal, KS, January 7, 1958, by a group of twenty-two spray operators. Officers were elected by ballot. The by-laws were enacted by the board of directors at a meeting in Garden City, KS on January 27, 1958. On March 26, 1975 the name of the association was changed to Kansas Agricultural Aviation Association or KAAA.

The Kansas Agricultural Aviation Association is composed of any person or organization engaged in aerial application and/or manufacturing and/or distribution of related equipment and materials, or persons engaged in aerial application as a profession. The purpose of the corporation is to foster and promote the safe and accurate aerial application of crop protection products.

Rhonda McCurry
P.O. Box 585
Colwich, KS 67030
(316) 796-1180

2018-19 PRESIDENT:
Jeff Seewald

Steve Hitchcock Governmental Relations
1304A Eighth St.
Baldwin, Kan 66006
(816) 726-2834

President Jeff Seewald, Great Bend, KS
Vice President Ken Bixenman, Colby, KS
Treasurer Sam Styron, Harrisonville, MO
Immediate Past President  John Holzmeister, Oakley, KS
NAAA Rep Shane Root, Dighton, KS
Directors Ben McNary, Scott City, KS
Travis Lattin, Beloit, KS
Tyler Deines, Garden City, KS
Allied Representative Mary Humphrey, Wichita, KS