Rotermund and Münch to Replace Treu at Westfalian Breed Society

Fri, 09/06/2019 - 10:29
Carsten Rotermund :: Photo © Thoms Lehmann

The Westfalian society has found two replacements for Wilken Treu, who handed in his notice as managing and breeder director of the Westfalian Breed Society on 2 September 2019. 

The 44-year old Carsten Rotermund has been appointed the new managing director of the Westfalian society, while the 36-year old Thomas Münch will be the ad-interim breeding director. 

Following the example of the Hanoverian society, Westfalen is now also splitting up the head position into two separate jobs: one for the managing director and one for a breeding director.

Carsten Rotermund previously held the post of marketing director. Münch will become ad-interim breeding director alongside the posts of marketing director and auctioneer until 30 March 2020.

Wilken Treu will officially leave the Westfalian verband after the Westfalian Stallion Licensing pre-selection in October 2019. He will begin as ceo at the Hanoverian society on 1 December 2019.

Photo © Thoms Lehmann

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