Long-time Stettler store manager retires after 33 years

Peaveymart’s John ‘Jake’ Jacobs known for fair, honest approach

Submitted by Matt Dorsett

John Jacobs started with Peaveymart on Feb. 27, 1985 at our original Main Street Stettler location.

During his career within Peavey Industries Jake has held a number of important positions in our company, including setting up other new Peaveymarts in other communities, a buying position in our corporate head office in Red Deer and as store manager here in Stettler.

We will miss Jake’s wealth of product know-ledge, the passion he displayed by providing outstanding customer service and the fair and honest approach he used in dealing with the many items that came up over his long and sucessful career.

Please help us congratulate Jake on his retirement from Stettler Peaveymart, he will be missed by all.

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