Leadership Team

 
Executive Leadership Team  
  
 

Matt Smorch 
Chief Executive Officer

 

Mike Leland
Vice President of Corporate Services

Kim Smock
Vice President of Operations

Matt Makinson 
Vice President of Supply & Marketing

Mike Crossey 
Vice President of Strategy

 

Ash Titzer
Vice President of Production & Midstream







 

Board of Directors
 

The governance of Countrymark Cooperative Holding Corp. and the management of its affairs are vested in the Board of Directors.  Amended and Restated Bylaws were adopted in March 2021.  Based on total patronage transactions, the current Board is comprised of four member-appointed directors and one member-elected director.  The Directors serve in rotating three-year terms. The Board of Directors has appointed one independent Director that will serve at the pleasure of the Board.





Kent Hoffman
Chairman and Elected Director
Ag Plus, Inc.



Michael Cochenour
Vice Chairman and Appointed Director
SynEnergy Partners


Rob Versprille
Assistant Secretary and Appointed Director
Ceres Solutions
 


Kim Ames
Appointed Director
Co-Alliance


Harold Cooper
Appointed Director
Premier Companies
 

Ryan Priest
Appointed Independent Director
White River Co-op
 
   




CountryMark's Fueling Wishes Raises Over $13,000 to Fund Wish of Shelby County Child Battling Critical Illness
Proceeds from the fundraiser resulted from CountryMark donating 20 cents per gallon from fuel sales during the month of August, in-store donations from customers, and matching of those customer donations from QuickPix convenience store operator Herdrich Petroleum Corp.
 
Fueling Wishes Fundraiser Launched at the CountryMark Station in Shelbyville, Indiana
During the month of August, CountryMark is donating 20 cents for every gallon of fuel pumped at the CountryMark QuickPix station in Shelbyville, IN to fund the wish of a local child battling a critical illness.
 
CountryMark's Fueling Freedom raises over $63,000 for local military families
CountryMark's Fueling Freedom events on June 24 raised more than $63,000 to support local National Guard Family Readiness Groups and Unite Service Organizations. Across Indiana, Illinois and Ohio, 34 CountryMark-branded fueling stations participated in Fueling Freedom 2022. For every gallon of fuel pumped, CountryMark and local branded dealers agreed to donate 50 cents to organizations with a mission of supporting local military families.
 
CountryMark Names New Vice President of Corporate Services
CountryMark recently named Mike Leland as vice president of corporate services leading the corporate teams of human resources, information technology, division order and management systems.
 
CountryMark fuel stations to raise money for military families with Fueling Freedom
Fuel up at a participating CountryMark fuel station during Fueling Freedom and 50 cents from every gallon of fuel sold will be donated to local organizations that support our military families!
 
 

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