Congratulations to the June Cream of the Crop Award Winner - Kim Behrends

Jul 07, 2020

The Cream of the Crop Award is to recognize the dedication and hard work of one of our CFS team-mates.  This is when we proudly thank someone for their contributions to our co-op, our patrons and our teams – this award is for someone who truly is the “Cream of the Crop”!
The recipient of the June 2020 Cream of the Crop Award is Kim Behrends!
As a Customer Service Representative at St. James, Kim does an exceptional job of serving customers.  In her role she’s a professional and friendly connection with customers in many areas from weighing and grading inbound trucks, to grain payments, to being the first point of contact for customers coming into the St. James office and those calling on the phone.
If her normal day-to-day activities weren’t enough she’s also been very willing to take on additional work when needed.  Recently she’s taken on additional responsibility for handling the paperwork and data entry for the transportation department.
Positive attitude, attention to detail and the highly efficient manner in which she contributes to CFS’s success truly makes Kim the Cream of the Crop!

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