Home » Wayne-Sanderson Farms’ SVP Inducted Into Poultry Hall Of Fame
Meat/Seafood/Poultry Southeast

Wayne-Sanderson Farms’ SVP Inducted Into Poultry Hall Of Fame

Wayne Sanderson Farms
Bob "Pic" Billingsley

Oakwood, Georgia-based Wayne-Sanderson Farms’ congratulates Bob “Pic” Billingsley, SVP and general manager of retail, for being inducted into the Mississippi Poultry Association’s Hall of Fame during its 85th annual convention.

With this induction, Billingsley becomes the 36th member of the Mississippi Poultry Hall of Fame, which is comprised of individuals who contributed to the growth of the poultry industry as the state’s largest agricultural commodity.

“It is an honor to be inducted into the hall of fame, where many accomplished industry leaders have been recognized for their contributions to advancing the poultry industry in the state of Mississippi,” Billingsley said. “Serving the association as a chairman and member of the board of directors for many years makes this award even more meaningful.”

Billingsley has been a member of Wayne-Sanderson Farms’ senior leadership team since its inception in July. Prior to the acquisition of Sanderson Farms and merger with Wayne Farms, he was an employee of Sanderson Farms for more than 38 years, including serving on its executive committee for more than three decades.

During his tenure at Sanderson Farms, Billingsley oversaw site selection, design and construction for the last eight poultry complexes the poultry producer built. In addition to his role in development and engineering, he served on the company’s corporate compensation committee and crisis management committee.

“Wayne-Sanderson Farms is proud to have a member of the company’s senior leadership team inducted into the Mississippi Poultry Association’s Hall of Fame,” said Clint Rivers, president and CEO. “Pic has been committed to growing the poultry industry for nearly 40 years now, so this honor is very much deserved.”

In addition to serving the industry on the state level, Billingsley has also served on the board of directors for the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association. Earlier this year, the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association named Billingsley the recipient of its annual Lamplighter Award, which pays tribute to those demonstrating sustained service to the poultry and egg industry.

For more information, visit waynesandersonfarms.com.

How Concerned Should Independent Retailers Be About The Security Of Their In-Store Networks, Technology, and Data?

 

Network management is vital to the grocery industry – particularly to independent grocers who tend to wear many hats throughout their day-to-day store operations and management.

DUMAC answers what managed network services are and why it is important to independent grocers.

Learn More From DUMAC

Featured Photos

Featured Photo Barons Market Flagship Store
Point Loma Community
Huntington Beach, California
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap