All Points hires Clark as CEO
A new chief executive officer, with a link to Gothenburg, has been hired to lead All Points Cooperative.
All Points officials announced Tuesday that E. Tod Clark of Hemingford will replace Ed Foster who plans to retire this spring.
Clark, who is general manager of the Farmers Coop Elevator in Hemingford, lived in Gothenburg from 1991 to 1996 when he worked for Farmland Industries in the feed division.
He and has wife, Teresa, have two grown children, Drew, 23, and Carolyn, 20.
“We have fond memories of our time there and still have many friends that we have kept in touch with over the years,” Clark said. “It’s exciting for us to be able to come back and for me to be chosen as CEO of All Points.”
Clark said he looks forward to working with the cooperative’s board of directors, employees and customers.
“And build upon the solid foundation that has been laid for the company,” he said.
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