Press Release - Pine Lake Corn Processors

Dec 11, 2020


Press Release - Pine Lake Corn Processors 

 

With excitement and trepidation, I would like to announce Scott Zabler’s retirement from Pine Lake Corn Processors.  His last working day will be in September of 2021.

 

Scott will have served as the General Manager of Pine Lake Corn Processors for over 15 years.  His contributions will be greatly missed and filling his shoes will not be an easy task.

 

As we get closer to Scott’s retirement and we are past the COVID-19 pandemic, further plans for a celebration will be announced.

 

On behalf of all employee’s at Pine Lake, I would like to wish Scott the very best in his retirement.

 

A search will begin immediately for Scott’s successor.  Plans are to have someone in place for several months prior to Scott’s retirement timeline to ensure a thorough and seamless transition.

 

James Broghammer

CEO

Pine Lake Corn Processors

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