Fratco Welcomes Kiley Miller

We’re thrilled to be bringing aboard Kiley Miller to our sales team. Kiley is a Mt. Pleasant native and an Iowa Wesleyan University graduate.  He will be based out of our Mt. Pleasant location to meet the needs of customers located along I-80 South in Iowa. We’re excited to see how he’ll help Fratco grow.

 

Where are you from?

I grew up on a 300-400-acre farm in Mt. Pleasant, IA and recently moved to Brighton, IA.

 

What is your family like?

My family is very tight-knit and has greatly multiplied in the last 2 years through my dad remarrying, blessing me with 3 step-siblings and having a child. My sister also recently got married which is really exciting. My grandpa is a huge conservationist. He’s all about preserving soil and educating others about the importance of sustainability. Growing up, he was always encouraging me to learn about conservation.

 

Where did you go to college? When did you graduate?

I went to Iowa Wesleyan University and graduated in May 2018 with a degree in Business Administration.

 

What will you be doing for Fratco?

I’ll be travelling down I-80 South selling what I believe is the best pipe on the market.

 

What do you like about Fratco?

I really enjoy the people. Frankly, they’re the best part about Fratco. Chris Overmyer, Bill Champion and Craig Douglass are the most accessible supervisors and bosses I’ve ever had. They represent Fratco in a way that any employee should be proud of.

 

What are you looking forward to about the job?

I’m looking forward to traveling and talking to local people that I may have grown up with and also meeting new people. The people I get to communicate with are some of the best in the world. The ag market is full of genuine people that I love being around.

 

Where do you see Fratco going?

I don’t think there’s any limit to Fratco’s growth. Fratco’s management is so accessible and they’re constantly throwing around new ideas. They recognize needs in the industry and when something needs to change. No one in Fratco limits themselves.