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CVA Announces Jeremy Lee as SVP of Grain

Dec 23, 2019

(YORK, Neb.) – Central Valley Ag (CVA) is pleased to announce Jeremy Lee as Senior Vice President of Grain. He will be responsible for leading the grain division of CVA, focused on providing the best markets to local producers in the challenging grain marketing environment. Lee comes to CVA from Mid-South AG of the Lawrence Group in Wilson, Arkansas. where he held the position of CFO/COO.
 
Central Valley Ag’s grain division has access to every major market west of the Mississippi, allowing them to provide competitive bids to patrons. Lee will lead the Grain Specialists at CVA. They are the frontline grain buyers for the company and help customers find the best way to sell their grain.
 
“Jeremy has a very diverse background in agriculture serving coops, banking, and private ag companies,” said Carl Dickinson, CEO of Central Valley Ag. “I am very excited to have him join our leadership team. He is a terrific entrepreneurial leader that shares the values of our cooperative.”
 
“I’m very excited to join the CVA team,” said Lee. “I look forward to working with the grain division to continue providing outstanding service and marketing opportunities for CVA patrons.”
 
Lee holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and financial management from the University of North Dakota. He started working at CVA in early December.
 
 


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