FCC changes Ontario leadership | Farmtario

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has appointed Perry Wilson as vice-president of operations in Ontario, following the retirement of his predecessor John Geurtjens.

Wilson has over 15 years of experience leading a variety of teams at FCC, most recently as senior director of FCC’s London district in Ontario. He grew up on a hog farm in Oxford County, near Uniondale, and graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Guelph’s Advanced Agriculture Leadership Program. He now lives near Denfield, in Middlesex County, and will lead the Ontario team of 170 employees from FCC’s London office.

Wilson said in a release that his vision for FCC in Ontario is to continue to grow and evolve with the industry by building on our great relationships, and understanding customers’ needs. 

“My predecessor, John Geurtjens, has left FCC Ontario in great shape. We have seen consistent growth and innovation in Ontario’s agriculture industry, thanks to the great people who work hard every day to put food on our tables. I look forward to meeting farm and business operators in person in the near future,” he said. 

Source: Farmtario.com