Siemer Milling Company has elected David Jansen to Vice President of Production.
Jansen is a native of rural Effingham, IL, and holds an associates degree in electronic engineering technology from Lake Land College in Mattoon, Illinois. He is also a 2016 graduate of the Illinois
Agricultural Leadership Program and has received an Advanced Operative Millers certificate in 1996 from Kansas State University and International Association of Operative Millers (IAOM). Jansen is currently finishing up a one year term as IAOM President after being unanimously elected in April of 2019.
Jansen has risen through the ranks of Siemer Milling Company since beginning his career in the maintenance department. His journey continued with promotions to packing and loading supervisor in 1995, followed by assistant production manager in 2001, production manager in 2006, plant manager in 2008 to his current role as Vice President of Production in 2019.
“My role as VP of Production allows me to engage in all aspects of production at our 3 mills which includes but is not limited to daily production, personnel, efficiencies, as well as the development of capital improvement projects throughout Siemer Milling Company” Jansen explains.
Such capital projects includes the recent installation of a Bulk Storage facility at the Teutopolis, IL location as well as planned expansions in both Hopkinsville, KY and West Harrison, IN facilities.
David resides in Green Creek, Illinois with his wife Angie (Niemerg) Jansen and their two children. He graduated from Teutopolis High School in 1992. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, camping, and working with draft horses.