Another born-and-bred Salinan, Jeremy took a short journey east to Kansas State University after high school, where he earned a degree in Milling Science. Not satisfied, he stayed an extra year to tack on another degree, Ag Econ — and he still swears it had nothing to do with a certain girl. After K-State, Jeremy went to work for General Mills in Des Moines, but sometimes it's true that there really is "no place like home." So Jeremy moved back to Salina in 2004 to join HG.
After working as a merchandiser for over 10 years, Jeremy became president of Hannebaum Grain on April 1, 2015. He has also been on the Kansas Grain and Feed Association's Board of Directors since 2008, and was recently elected 2nd Vice Chairman by his peers.
Jeremy and his wife have three children, and when he isn't (happily) occupied by them, he tries to golf, hunt, fish, and tackle any one of the numerous home improvement projects he has going at any given time.