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Chuck Miller Retires From Monroe Tractor

As 2020 comes to an end, Monroe Tractor is saying goodbye to our CE Sales Director Chuck Miller.

Chuck has been in the industry for over 35 years, starting as a manufacturing rep then eventually coming on board with SC Hansen. In 2008 when MT acquired Hansen's, we were fortunate to have him join our team.

At that time, Chuck was the General Manager of our new CE locations. He spent the next few years helping to develop and grow those locations. Chuck also played an integral role when we moved into the New England market by helping get our new stores established, staffed, and trained.

In 2019 Chuck was named CE Sales Director and was tasked with driving sales in the construction market. Chuck has never missed a chance to teach us about the industry from the many years of experience that he acquired.

It was nothing for Chuck to start his morning at 4 AM, get on the road, and run across the Northeast to grow the MT footprint week after week. In retirement, Chuck will enjoy spending time with his wife, visiting his sons and grandkids, and probably farming the land around his house.

We wish Chuck the very best and appreciate everything he has done to contribute to MT's success with his dedication to our promise, "we keep you working."

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