Phil Rohrbaugh’s new position was effective June 15
Phil Rohrbaugh has been named president and CEO of The Wenger Group, effective June 15.
In this position, Rohrbaugh will assume total responsibility for Wenger Feeds L.L.C., Nutrify L.L.C., Dutchland Farms L.L.C., and all other companies in the 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,” said F. Barry Shaw, former president and CEO and current executive chairman of the board of directors.
A resident of Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, Rohrbaugh was most recently the chief operating officer of Fulton Financial Corp., where he retired in March 2018 after a six-year tenure. A graduate of Susquehanna University, Rohrbaugh holds a B.S. degree in accounting. Prior to Fulton, he worked in leadership roles for large professional services firms in a variety of roles including vice chairman.
Rohrbaugh’s varied experience in agribusiness, manufacturing, distribution, retail, banking, insurance and technology will be an asset to the company. He is on the board of directors of a large regional manufacturing company and the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center in Mount Joy. He previously served as a trustee of Lancaster Bible College and continues to serve on its finance committee.
The Wenger Group is a leading family-owned agricultural products and services organization, which includes Wenger Feeds, Nutrify, and Dutchland Farms. With more than 300 team members and seven feed milling locations in two states, the company is a regional provider of poultry and swine feeds, performance ingredient solutions, niche market eggs and allied services in the Mid-Atlantic region.