Anton rosch is in retirement as of today

Anton rosch is in retirement as of today

"The speeches I have just heard have made me think for a moment about who we are talking about", anton rosch threw a smile on his face. Of course they were meant for him, the many words of praise that the regional manager for upper franconia of the barmer/GEK group, helmut schaudek, kronach’s mayor wolfgang beiergroblein () and rosch’s successor bernd feuerpfeil said about him yesterday morning at the farewell ceremony.
The outgoing "boss anton rosch thanked the staff in "his business position. "I can look back on 33 years of service at barmer, and I can look back on 17 years of an excellent working atmosphere here in kronach", according to the outgoing managing director. He also wished his successor, with whom he had already worked closely for two years, a successful start to his "sole leadership".
Schaudek described the professional life of the new retiree. Born in lower franconia, anton rosch trained as an industrial clerk after leaving school, changed careers and joined BEK in schweinfurt in 1978.
"After working as an accountant, support clerk, specialist advisor and company auditor, his expertise and professional commitment led to him being appointed head of the wertheim am main branch in 1988" schaudek pointed out. After seven years, he moved to kronach, where he has since been in charge of the much coarser business as district manager.
The close support of the members was particularly close to anton rosch’s heart, said mayor wolfgang beiergroblein, who himself has been a member for almost 40 years and has always been able to rely on the advice of anton rosch. "Just like the city of kronach, which was able to call on the commitment of barmer head rosch "where it was needed", the mayor emphasized. "Here is a lower franconian in upper franconia very successful."
Anton rosch, who was accompanied by his wife ingrid to the farewell ceremony, emphasized that he was looking forward to retirement "rather unruhestand" happy to have time especially for family and sports.
Bernd feuerpfeil becomes successor as new managing director of barmer/GEK kronach. Until the merger, the 50-year-old was already managing director of GEK in kronach, his hometown. He started his career in coburg at the KKH, moved to the GEK in hof, before he was given the management position in kronach.
As a result of the merger, the management positions were merged and feuerpfeil took second place behind anton rosch. "Knowing full well that he will succeed anton rosch when he retires", helmut schaudek explained. He wished the new man at the helm success and thanked anton rosch for his achievements.
"I pay them great respect for their successes and thank them for the work they had to do before, during and after the merger, which they mastered, says schaudek.