Changing Leadership at Montana Livestock Ag Credit


Montana Livestock Ag Credit Inc.’s Board Chair Steve Moore announced the pending retirement of long time President/CEO Tim Gill at the end of 2015.  “We are going to miss Tim’s leadership experience and we are very grateful for his thirty-six years of service.  Tim has been a friend and a mentor to many of us borrowers and his staff over the years.  He will be missed, but we are excited for the strong position he leaves the Company in!”

[EasyDNNGallery|2037|Width|350|Height|350|position|left|resizecrop|False|lightbox|False|title|False|description|True|redirection|False|LinkText||]Moore expanded that the Board of Directors has named Senior Vice President Ty Wells as Gill’s successor.  “Ty has been a great asset to the Company the last fourteen years and we expect him to continue our long history of Excellence in Agriculture Credit for Montana. “ “Wells says it’s an honor to be selected by the Board to serve as the 8th President in the Company’s history.  I look forward to working with our Board and Staff to continue building upon the solid foundation that Tim leaves us. I feel Tim and the Board have well prepared me for the job.  I wish Tim the best in his retirement.”

[EasyDNNGallery|2036|Width|350|Height|350|position|left|resizecrop|False|lightbox|False|title|False|description|True|redirection|False|LinkText||]Gill’s career began working for the MT Department of Agriculture for four years and then thirty-six years with Montana Livestock, thirty as President.  He states “that if you work for a reputable Corporation doing a job you love, the years really do fly by”.  After forty plus years of office jobs, Gill plans to fill his future days with hands on projects, from fencing, cabin construction, horseback trips into the Rockies and maybe even a little horse trading, he says with a grin!  

Montana Livestock Ag Credit, Inc. is a for profit Montana Corporation that is owned by its borrowers and managed by a Board of elected borrowers. The Company prides itself on over 80 years of consistent philosophy and strong agricultural lending relationships.    Through good times and bad, Gill is proud to state “Montana Livestock will be here long after we are all gone.”




Source:  Montana Livestock Ag Credit, Inc.

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