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Tim Gibbs retires from Cloverleaf Cold Storage

Sioux City, Iowa, US: Tim Gibbs, vice president of the Farmers Produce Division of Cloverleaf Cold Storage retires this week after 29 years service with the company.

Gibbs joined Cloverleaf in 1988, taking over the fledgling Famers Produce and shaping it to become the premiere custom packaging and meat processing provider in the United States.

He helped build the division into four locations that last year handled over half a billion pounds of protein products.

Tim joined the Cloverleaf team after a distinguished career in meat processing starting first with the US Army as a Meat Inspector and continuing with Long Prairie Packaging.

Tim plans on focusing his attention on building and racing stock cars with his son and spending time with his wife, Espi, visiting their family around the country.

Cloverleaf Cold Storage is a family owned cold storage warehouse and processing company founded in 1952. It is now the 8th largest public refrigerated warehouse company in North America, as reported by the International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses. Cloverleaf has operations in eight states from the midwest to the southeastern states.