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The Wenger Group names new president and CEO

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Phil Rohrbaugh has been named The Wenger Group's new president and CEO.
Phil Rohrbaugh has been named The Wenger Group's new president and CEO. - (Photo / )

Phil Rohrbaugh, a former executive at Fulton Financial Corp., is the new president and CEO of The Wenger Group.

He is taking the place of F. Barry Shaw, who has been serving in an interim capacity since Geoff Finch stepped down in March as president and CEO of the agricultural products company.

Finch resigned over a difference of opinion over the vision for the The Wenger Group moving forward, company spokeswoman Cher Rineer said. Finch was appointed CEO in January 2016, according to Business Journal records.

With Rohrbaugh's appointment, Shaw will return to his former governance role as executive chairman of the board of directors, said Rineer.

In his new position, Rohrbaugh will assume responsibility for Wenger Feeds, LLC,  Nutrify, LLC, Dutchland Farms, LLC and all other companies owned by the Wenger Group holding company. He will also serve as vice chairman of the board of directors.

"Phil has the background, skills, and experience to lead us in addressing key areas, and his values align with the core values of our company. Phil will be a great asset in enabling us to continue to deliver exceptional results to our customers," Shaw said in a statement.

Rohrbaugh most recently served as COO of Fulton Financial Corp., where he retired in March after a six-year tenure. 

Located in Mt. Joy Township, The Wenger Group was founded in 2015 as a holding company for Wenger Feeds, Nutrify and Dutchland Farms. The companies housed in the Wenger Group are wholly owned entities.

The family-owned company has over 300 employees and seven feed milling locations in two states. It provides poultry and swine feeds, performance ingredient solutions, niche-market eggs, and allied services in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Shelby White

Shelby White

Shelby White covers banking and finance, law and Lancaster County for the Central Penn Business Journal. For tips, email her at swhite@cpbj.com.

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