Meet the Team: Betty Maly
Nov 11, 2020
Meet: Betty Maly, Forman Grain Location Manager
If you have ever brought grain to our Forman elevator in the last 32 years, chances are you have seen a familiar face each time. Betty Maly, newly appointed Forman Grain Location Manager, has been with the company for a total of 32 years. She started when it was Sargent County Elevator, then became Gwinner Farmers Elevator, and finally merging into Full Circle Ag. “My greatest achievement has been my loyalty to this company through all of the changes and bringing my vast knowledge of the customers and their needs.”
Prior to her new position as the Forman Grain Location Manager, Betty had been the Office Manager. She thoroughly enjoys watching the markets daily. Betty always tries to get the customers the best possible price for their grain and reward them for their loyalty to our company. If you ever have a grain marketing question or need to ensure your bushels and contracts are accurate, Betty is just a phone call away.
If there is anything she has learned over the last several years, it is that you must adapt and be ready for changes that life throws at you. “Enjoy everything that brings you joy in your life and do not take your family for granted as life can change in an instant.”
Betty, who is originally from Conde, SD, loves to spend time with her four grandchildren. She attends many of their sporting events and with the recent COVID-19 restrictions, Betty has found some extra time for reading, sewing, and making quilts.
Congratulations to Betty on her new position within the company. “Betty is a great asset to lead our Forman Grain location. Her knowledge and experience in the grain business is exceptional and every decision she makes is based off what is best for our member-owners as well as our employee team!” Eric Paulson, COO.
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