Nellermoe, Randick advance within Jennie-O, Hormel Foods
WILLMAR — Jennie-O Turkey Store in Willmar announces the promotions of Mark Nellermoe and Chad Randick.
Nellermoe, vice president of food service business, has been promoted to president of sales and marketing at Hormel Foods’ Diamond Crystal Brands. He has been headquartered out of the Jennie-O Turkey Store’s corporate office in Willmar and will be relocating to Savannah, Ga. Hormel is the parent company of Jennie-O Turkey Store.
Nellermoe joined Jennie-O Turkey Store in 2001 as director of education sales, responsible for developing new business for the company in school food service segment. In 2005, he was promoted to vice president of food service business, managing all food service sales and marketing for Jennie-O Turkey Store. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from North Dakota State University.
Randick, director of food service sales and distribution, will replace Nellermoe as vice president of food service business and will relocate from Frankfurt, Ill., to Willmar. Randick started with Hormel Foods in 1994 and held various accounting positions in Fremont, Austin and Willmar before transferring into sales at Jennie-O.
During his time in sales, Randick held a variety of positions, most recently as director of general food service and distribution. He has a bachelor’s degree in managerial accounting from Wesleyan University in Illinois.
“I would like to thank Mark for his deep commitment to Jennie-O Turkey Store and for leading significant food service growth the past several years. We welcome Chad back to Willmar and expect that his significant breadth of experience with our company will provide a great benefit as we continue to expand turkey as a protein of choice in food service settings,’’ said Glenn Leitch, Jennie-O president.