While we are sad to see him go, we wish Andy the very best in his new position as MSU Head Rodeo Coach.
A star is among us. In fact, a star has been among us for more than 14 years.
Today, we are celebrating an amazing Murdoch’s team member, even though it means having to say good-bye. Andy Bolich began working with us on Oct. 23, 2000, and he shared a special announcement with us this morning. He will take the reins as Montana State University’s Head Rodeo Coach in a few short weeks.
“We’re pretty darn proud of him, and he’s been an amazing team member,” says Cathy Shoop, Murdoch’s Human Resources Recruitment Specialist.
Andy is the assistant distribution center manager at Murdoch’s facility in Belgrade. He plays an integral role moving inventory to and from more than 27 locations, ensuring our customers can always find the products they need in our stores. For most, his job is a logistical nightmare; he makes it look as easy as roping and riding.
“I am most excited about the opportunity to lead such a great program into the future,” Andy told us. “I will miss the great company atmosphere that Murdoch’s has and all the great people within this organization.”
Andy was an esteemed college rodeo athlete and has been a part of the MSU rodeo team ever since he graduated.