Morrow County Grain Growers, Inc. General Manager, CEO - Kevin Gray names Dennis Inman, CFS VP of Grain, as one of his great mentors in the Grainnet.com Article - My Best Mentors.
Mar 02, 2023
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General Manager, CEO
Morrow County Grain Growers, Inc.
In the industry since 1989
“Some of my best mentors are my wife, Diane Gray, and my extended family. They encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone, not be content with the status quo, and try to achieve more. Diane helped me make the best decisions to grow in my career.
“Another great mentor has been Dennis Inman, vice president of Grain at CFS and former location manager for Cargill in Pipestone, MN in the early ‘90s. I worked for Dennis early in my career, and he was a great communicator. He also taught me leadership skills and to not be content with the status quo. Dennis is a good friend, and today we’re also board members of the National Grain and Feed Association.
“Davis Anderson was vice president of grain at GROWMARK in Bloomington, IL, and Eric Gerard was grain business manager there. They were both very strong on creating relationships, and I worked with them as I came into the coop system. They taught me the ‘coop way’ and the value of strong relationships. Interestingly, I’ve also learned much from younger folks in the industry, as well.”
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