Lebanon County Man Receives “Master” Recognition
Sam Kieffer, Manager, Government Affairs & Communications Division
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For Immediate Release: September 22, 2015
|Account Supervisor Jason Seibert (right) receives the Master “Eagle” from Michael Evanish, manager of Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s MSC Business Services.
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Camp Hill – Jason Seibert of Lebanon has been named the 2015 Master by Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s MSC Business Services.
“The Master is MSC Business Services most prestigious level of staff recognition and is presented to only one person each year,” said Michael Evanish, manager of MSC Business Services. “It honors an account supervisor who excels in all areas of service to clients.”
Seibert, who joined MSC in 2013, works on behalf of farmers and other clients as an Account Supervisor in Lebanon and Berks counties.
“My number one goal is simply to help my clients meet their variety of accounting and business needs. Being recognized as a ‘Master’ in my second year on staff is a great honor and I plan to grow from this success throughout my career,” said Seibert.
MSC Business Services offers tax planning and preparation, consulting and financial analysis services to Farm Bureau members to help them improve their net income. MSC Business Services has been helping meet the accounting needs of Farm Bureau members for more than 50 years. A total of 35 account supervisors serve more than 3,350 clients across the state.
“Through outstanding local account supervisors like Jason Seibert, Farm Bureau is able to meet the changing needs of Pennsylvania agriculture,” concluded Evanish.
Pennsylvania Farm Bureau is the state’s largest farm organization with a volunteer membership of more than 61,400 farm and rural families, representing farms of every size and commodity across Pennsylvania.