Patrick G. Hagan Set to Retire from Fareway in May 2019

 

Patrick G. Hagan Set to Retire from Fareway in May 2019

Fareway Stores Inc. announced that longtime employee and board member Patrick G. Hagan will retire May 3, 2019 after 23 years of dedicated service.

Senior Vice President of Finance and Treasurer Pat Hagan has served on the Fareway Board of Directors since 2010 and is currently the chairman of the Fareway Real Estate and 401k/Profit Sharing committees. Hagan also served as a trustee for the Iowa Grocers Education Foundation, treasurer of the Boone Educational Endowment Foundation and a director at Boone Bank and Trust, and Ames National Corporation.

“Pat has been part of a great team over the years, helping Fareway grow in so many ways,” Fareway CEO and President Reynolds Cramer said. “He also served on our board and has been invaluable in strengthening our employee benefit packages, always looking to help all our employees grow their retirement fund. We thank him for his 23 years of dedicated service and wish him all the best in retirement, which I know will include fishing and hunting.”

Prior to joining Fareway, Hagan served as the executive vice president and director of Citizens National Bank (formally known as Hawkeye Bancorporation) from 1991 to 1996. He also served on the Board of Directors of Hawkeye Leasing Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hawkeye Bancorporation. From 1979 through 1991, Hagan worked for Emmet County State Bank in Estherville, Iowa where he was a vice president and trust officer.

A native of Bayard, Iowa, Hagan received his Bachelors of Science from Iowa State University in 1979. He also completed the Iowa School of Banking, Commercial Lending School, Iowa Agricultural Lending School as well as graduated from the Executive Leadership Program from University of Notre Dame.

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