We are extremely happy, yet of course saddened, to announce the retirement of two very special cooperative family members this year. Both individuals will truly be missed but all of us here at FCSC wish them nothing but the best in the next exciting phase of their wonderful lives.
From Farm Credit of Southern Colorado’s CEO, Jeremy Anderson: “It is with a heavy heart that I announce the retirement of two of our most valued and dedicated staff members – Gary Pautler and Gail Harvey. After devoting 27 fruitful years to our organization, Gary will be embarking on a well-deserved new journey. Gail, with her extraordinary service to the cooperative, will also be sorely missed. We owe them our deepest gratitude and wish them nothing but the best in their future endeavors.”
With Gratitude, a Fond Farewell:
I’d like to personally thank both Gail Harvey and Gary Pautler for their dedication and years of contributions to making Farm Credit of Southern Colorado what it is today. Please join me in congratulating them and wishing them well in all of their future endeavors.
Gary has been a special part of the Farm Credit of Southern Colorado story for 27 years. He was the chair of our board when I was hired, and I quickly formed a strong bond with him that I know will be lifelong. I am forever grateful to Gary for helping bring me to Farm Credit of Southern Colorado and for all his devoted service to our customers, employees, and our mission.
Gail has had a remarkable career with Farm Credit. Her incredible tenure is a testament to her devotion to her customers, her community, and the Farm Credit mission. It has been truly an honor to get to work with Gail in my time here at Farm Credit of Southern Colorado and we will miss her being a part of our team.
Thank you both for your time and dedication to the FCSC Family over the years!
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