Missouri Propane Gas Association
The Missouri Propane Gas Association (MPGA) is a not-for-profit trade association that supports local propane providers and affiliated businesses. Through advocacy, education, and leadership, we help our members by supporting beneficial public policy, promoting safety education, and raising public awareness of the benefits of propane.
Board of Directors
Officers & Executive Committee
Brian Brooks – Brooks Gas Company, Marshfield
Vice President (2020-2022)
Luke Fitzpatrick – MFA Oil Company, Wardsville
Mark Porth – CHS Inc., Lawson
Immediate Past President
Derek Poe – Titan Propane, Branson
Tom Stanturf – The People’s Co-op, Trenton
John Baucom – Praireland FS, Inc, La Belle
Kevin Salley – Salley’s Propane, Bates City
Steve Jenkins – Jenkins Propane, LLC, Tina
Bill Jung – MFA Oil Company, Otterville
Mikal Thornhill – All Weather Propane, Centralia
Tim Peach – AmeriGas, Bolivar
Jason Bond – MFA Oil Company, Neosho
Mitch Dane – Chilton Oil Co., Houston, Salem, Ironton
Roger Hoff – Hoff Brothers LP-Gas Co., Perryville
Brian Humphrey – InSite Platform Partners, St. Charles
Ron Keeling – LPG Ventures, Kearney
David Perkins – Dealers LP Equipment, Marshall
Jared Ballard – Nixon & Lindstrom Insurance, Springfield
Membership Committee (2020-2022)
Samantha Reed Johnson – Reed Oil Company, Doniphan
NPGA State Director (2018-2020)
John Brooks – Brooks White Top Gas, Seymour
Director of Education
The Missouri Propane Gas Association was organized on June 29, 1945, at the Governor Hotel in Jefferson City, MO, by interested members of the industry.
The Association formally petitioned the Cole County Circuit Court for a Pro Forma Decree of Incorporation on July 5, 1947. On July 17, 1947, the Secretary of State issued a Pro Forma Decree of Incorporation to the Missouri LP-Gas (now “Propane Gas”) Association, under the provisions of Article 10, Chapter 33, of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 1939, and amendments thereto, for Religious and Charitable Corporations, sometimes called “not-for-profit corporations.”
The original Bylaws and Constitution were adopted on July 10, 1945. Since then, the Board has amended the bylaws numerous times to reflect the changing interests of the industry.
MPGA also has a rich history of member involvement through meetings, events, and engagement. You can find the latest opportunities to meet, learn, network, and relax with others in the industry through the calendar on our events page.
If you have questions about our association, your MPGA membership or you would like to become a member, please feel free to contact us.