Nash retires from AMVC

posted on Monday, January 22, 2018 in North Region News

Roger nash retires

AMVC Management Services recently recognized Roger Nash, an employee from Nordak, a sow farm in Scranton, who retired after almost 15 years with the company. Nash started his AMVC career in January of 2003 and worked primarily in the breeding department

“Roger has been a very dedicated employee and it’s been a pleasure having him on our team. His work ethic and unique personality will be missed at the farm as he left an impression with everyone he worked with. We all wish him the very best in retirement,” commented NorDak farm manager, Gene Loder.

Nash’s last day was Thursday, December 28. A company gathering was held at the Scranton Community Center to honor his retirement.

Nash and his wife, Judy, reside in Prairie City. In retirement Nash plans to enjoy spending more time with family that includes his three children and four grandchildren.

AMVC is proud to have talented and dedicated employees who take pride in their work, as well as embody the company mission of feeding a growing population. AMVC, based out of Audubon, Iowa, employs over 550 people and manages 117,500 sows across seven states.


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