A Letter From Reid Bangert

Well, it’s here and then it’s gone, and those Catalina sunsets are still on my mind and engrained in my soul. As summer comes to a close and the campfires come to life I can’t deny that it’s been a good one. We had the opportunity to meet and film folks like Gene Jett and Phillip Edwards from Western Kansas to South Dakota. Folks whose work, much like our own, has defined the people they’ve become. In being cattlemen and farmers they may differ, but we shared a common thread amongst hard work, determination, and grit.

In this issue, we’re highlighting the two incredible projects that allowed us to meet Gene and Phillip and so many other friends this summer. What’s different this quarter is that each member of our team reflects upon what these projects meant to them and how they used the experience to become better people at work, at home, and in life.

As it always does, the first frost will come before we want it to leaving this year in the past and carrying us through the new year. So if we haven’t met, and you’d like to know the Northpass way, read on then give us a call, we’ll be here.