The merger agreement has you represented, on the new board, with 6 members from CFE and 3 from EFBC. Jim Garvey, Jim Orr and Duane Smuts will be strong voices representing your interests on the new board. Watch for the information about the annual meeting probably in April. Most concerns I believe you have are more about operations rather than governance.
I have been offered and have accepted a position with CFE as the manager of the locations of Charlotte, Mason, Leslie, and Richland. If you want to talk I am available. 517.543.1160 or 517.282.1924(cell)
All departments will remain open. Continue to do business as you have in the past. Contact the people you know at your local store. The agronomy service, feed service, petroleum / tire service will continue to be dispatched out of Charlotte.
All employees will be retained. Our first meeting with employees about their employment package will be January 12. Some employees are using this time to make personal changes. We have had 4 employees take different jobs: two feed drivers, an agronomy driver, and the tire department manager. New employees will be hired to fill these roles. We will begin taking applications after posting them internally.
This is a time of great change, but with change also comes opportunity. It will take some time to get everything up to speed. Please be patient. If you have questions call me, I will get you an answer. Larry Crouch
Our Mission: The purpose of this association is to profitably provide products, services and marketing alternatives for the customer’s benefit.
Our Vision: To be a growth oriented leader where focus is on image, profit and reputation for top quality personnel.
Our Promise: To do our best to provide a safe and supportive environment where the individual contribution of each employee is respected and valued.
Tire Tec A south central Michigan cooperative has an opening in the Leslie location tire service center. This is an entry level position that after training, will diagnose tire problems, recommend a solution and preform the service. The successful candidate will be neat and accurate, be mechanically inclined, willing to get dirty, able to lift 50-100 pounds, possess people skills to work with a wide variety of personalities, and be able to obtain a commercial driver’s license class a or b. Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K), Disability and Life Insurance, Vacation, Sick Time. If this interests you please forward your resume. Eaton Farm Bureau Cooperative, PO Box B, Charlotte, Michigan 48813, firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 Emergency Employees of Eaton Farm Bureau Co-op including The Feed Bag are considered Essential Critical Infrastructure workers, providing products and services of Food and Agricultural, Energy, Transportation and Logistics.
You can see your invoices and statements any time of day on the computer under the tab Account Info. Call Kris to set up your password. 517-543-1160 See your year end purchases or your grain settlement and contracts under the account info tab. We email each invoice and monthly statement for your record keeper if we have your email. Call Kris to provide your email address. 517-543-1160 You can have your bill paid by Direct Draft (ACH) from your bank, never miss a discount. Call Kris to set this up. 517-543-1160