Rolfes names Callaway to head
August 01, 2002
by Emily Wilson
DANVILLE, IOWA, U.S. — The Rolfes Company, a producer of monitoring equipment for the grain industry, appointed Roger Callaway president and general manager.
"This will give me more time and freedom to develop and refine our product line," said Lance Beck, who will become chief executive/chief technology officer.
Callaway was previously the vice president of IICS, Inc., a company started by Beck and a competitor to Rolfes until the merger in 1997.
"It’s great to be back in the grain industry," said Callaway, who spent the last six years running a computer technology company. "Rolfes is doing some exciting things with some very interesting projects in the works. I’m looking forward to guiding the company."