Country Partners Cooperative Welcomes New Vice President of Energy

Mar 24, 2023

Country Partners Cooperative Announces Kevin Kalsbeck as New VP of Energy

GOTHENBURG, NEBRASKA (Mar 24, 2023) – Country Partners Cooperative is delighted to welcome Kevin Kalsbeck as its new VP of Energy. Kevin officially started in his new role on March 20th, bringing with him a wealth of experience and expertise gained from 28 years of working in the cooperative system.

Throughout his career, Kevin has held various positions within the energy sector, both at local and regional cooperatives. His most recent role was as the South Region Sales Director at CHS, where he spent the last decade. Kevin’s deep understanding of the cooperative industry and his passion for its success make him an excellent addition to the Country Partners team.

Growing up on a crop and livestock farm in eastern South Dakota, Kevin has a personal connection to the cooperative system’s values and principles. He and his wife Jaci have been living in Kearney since 2000, where they raised their two daughters, Maci and Molli.

“We are thrilled to have Kevin join our team at Country Partners Cooperative,” said Chris Wagner, CEO of Country Partners Cooperative. “His extensive experience and industry knowledge will be invaluable as we continue to grow and provide quality service to our members.”

Country Partners Cooperative is a member-owned organization that provides agronomy, energy, grain, and feed services to farmers and ranchers in central Nebraska. The addition of Kevin to the team further strengthens its commitment to serving its members with the highest level of excellence.

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