NEVADA, Iowa –– Burke Corporation, leader in fully cooked meat products and pizza toppings, has selected Deanna Smith as Marketing Manager. Smith has worked for Burke for 22 years and is currently Customer Services Manager for the company. Smith replaces Elizabeth Hertz, who is retiring.
As marketing manager, Smith will lead development and execution of marketing plans and oversee Burke communications in foodservice and industrial segments.
“Dee’s experience in product management and her relationships with our customers, representative, co-manufacturers and vendors will make her a knowledgeable manager,” said David Weber, President. She will report to Doug Cooprider, vice president sales and marketing—Burke.
Smith attended Marshalltown Community College and graduated magna cum laude from Buena Vista University, Marshalltown, Iowa, in Business Management. She has served on many of Burke’s internal teams, including Product Integrity and Scheduling.
For more information about Burke fully cooked meat products, visit www.BurkeCorp.com.
ABOUT BURKE CORPORATION
Iowa-based Burke Corporation is an industry leader in fully cooked ethnic and specialty meats for foodservice and industrial markets with products under brands, including SWISS AMERICAN SAUSAGE CO. pepperoni, PREMORO® Italian meats, TEZZATA® Mexican meats, MAGNIFOODS® specialty meats and NATURASELECT® natural and organic meats, as well as customized private label products. www.BurkeCorp.com
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