Difference Maker Nominee: Matt Korbel

Jan 20, 2022

Matt Korbel
Many times, our employees demonstrate our core values and make a difference without blinking an eye. Farmers Cooperative truly has a dedicated employee base that takes pride in the work we do and the patrons and communities we sere. With so many employees and locations, these difference making acts don't always get recognized by our peers. Because of that, we are excited to roll out a new employee recognition program to help spotlight the hard work employees demonstrate on a day-to-ay basis. This program allows employees to recognize other employees.

Congratulations to Matt Korbel, Assistant Station Manager in Seward, on being nominated for making a difference at Farmers Cooperative.

Matt Korbel
Work Location:
Job Title:
Assistant Manager
Number of Years with Farmers Cooperative:
6 years, 9 months
What does a typical day look like?
Busy - lots of running back and forth taking phone calls and helping customers.
What do you enjoy the most about working for Farmers Cooperative?
The interaction with my fellow employees and customers.
What core value do you identify with the most?
Why did you choose that core value? 
I care bout my bosses and the company I work for and I'm hard working
What do you like to do in your free time?
I spend time with my family camping and swimming. In winter seasons, I hunt and play video games with my son.

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