Reagan Inducted into Iowa Co-op Hall of Fame

Marty Reagan, former AGP CEO, was inducted into the Iowa Co-op Hall of Fame at the Annual Meeting of the Iowa Institute for Cooperatives in Ames, IA. Numerous family members, friends, and colleagues were on hand to congratulate Marty on the prestigious honor. 

The Iowa Institute for Cooperatives had this to say about Marty: “Seizing opportunities, a commitment to the cooperative business model, and transparency are all key phrases and words used by numerous peers to describe the career and leadership of former AGP CEO and this year’s Iowa Co-op Hall of Fame Inductee, Marty Reagan.”

Current AGP Board Chairman and former colleague, Brad Davis, best explained Marty’s abilities: “His outstanding performance during his tenure as CEO helped shape AGP into a very transparent, connected, and high performance cooperative for its members, employees, and the communities in which they operate in. Marty led the cooperative in a way that always carefully balanced the interests of the members in terms of value created and value returned.”

Marty led AGP to historic growth in earnings, patronage, and member-owner equity during his time as CEO. He spearheaded record capital investment programs in soybean processing, refining, and biodiesel operations and the development of an export facility in the Pacific Northwest. 

“It is truly an honor to be recognized by your peers for contributions that have added value to our Iowa agriculture cooperatives and their producers,” said Marty.

Former AGP CEO Marty Reagan (middle) was inducted into the Iowa Co-op Hall of Fame at the Annual Meeting of the Iowa Institute for Cooperatives in Ames, IA. CEO Keith Spackler (left) and AGP Board Chairman Brad Davis (right) were among the many supporters who attended the induction ceremony. Photo courtesy of CornerPost Marketing.