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State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn appointed Randal “Randy” Rabon to represent the general public.
“Randy’s keen business sense and his devotion to the Alamogordo community, as well as the entire state, will be well served on the advisory board,” said Commissioner Dunn. “He will be an integral part of our efforts to advance the Land Office’s business interests, which in turn will earn more money for education.”
Mr. Rabon is a lifelong resident of Alamogordo where he owns and operates several businesses. His primary interests include, C&R Ventures, LLC, a construction and development company; Mesa Verde Enterprises, Otero County’s largest civic contractor; Aggregate Technologies; The Heritage Group, developer of Mesa Village and Cielo Vista Ranch subdivisions; and Mesa Verde Ranch, the Rabon family cattle ranch. He is Chairman of the Board of Alamogordo Financial Corporation, AF Mutual Holding Company, and Bank’34, serves on the Board of Directors of the Otero County Building Contractors Association, and is a member of Otero County Economic Development.
Mr. Rabon is a member of the Committee of Fifty, which promotes and supports the expansion, development, and missions of Holloman Air Force Base and White Sands Missile Range. Plus, he is an honorary commander of the 311th Fighter Squadron at Holloman Air Force Base, which operates F-16 “Fighting Falcon” aircraft conducting advanced fighter training. Mr. Rabon is also spearheading the effort to ensure a permanent bed down of two F-16 training squadrons at Holloman Air Force Base, which is currently the interim location.
Randy and Cheri, his wife of 40 years, share two children, Kristy Alsleben and Chad Rabon, and five grandchildren.
“I am honored and humbled to serve on the State Lands Trust Advisory Board,” said Mr. Rabon. “I look forward to working with my fellow board members to increase awareness about the important work of the State Land Office and growing the Trust that supports school children across the state.”