Title: Marketing Agent
Company: Stone Barn Farm
Location: Beallsville, Ohio, United States
Marjorie Baumberger, Marketing Agent at Stone Barn Farm, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in advertising.
Drawing on more than two decades of expertise in advertising and property management, Ms. Baumberger has earned recognition for her work on behalf of Stone Barn Farm since 1991. Nestled in Monroe County, Ohio, Stone Barn Farm boasts a laudable reputation in its local area as the “Switzerland of Ohio,” a tourist destination and gorgeous attraction that seeks to educate passersby on the inner workings of Appalachian agriculture. Notably, the farm features interaction with free-range chickens, beef cattle, dairy goats and horse riding.
Stone Barn Farm was initially settled by the Kindelberger family in 1846, who had immigrated from the Alsace Lorraine region of France to escape the upheavals of the revolutionary era during that decade. Having come of age on a neighboring farm, Ms. Baumberger moved back to the property in 1976 alongside her husband, Gary, and their three children, after which they assumed ownership. After the year 2000, the discovery of nearby shale gas deposits led to an influx of speculators, and a financial windfall for the Baumberger family. Unwilling to give up her property, Ms. Baumberger leveraged her newfound income to build the Kindelberger Cabin, named in honor of her ancestors, as a tourist cabin. The building, which is available for nightly or weekly rental, is fully furnished and boasts both modern amenities and rustic style in abundance.
Outside of her work at Stone Barn Farm, Ms. Baumberger worked as an accounting assistant at the Swiss Valley Foot and Ankle Center between 2007 and 2015. Long dedicated to her local community, she has served as a member of the SWITZER Community Heritage Association Inc., as well as a judge for dairy cattle competitions sponsored by 4H. Likewise, Ms. Baumberger has maintained involvement with both the Friends of the Ohio Barn and her local house of worship, St. John’s United Church of Christ.
Ms. Baumberger studied at Belmont Technical College, from which she earned an Associate of Arts in business in 2003. Under her management, Stone Barn Farm has been bestowed with a number of accolades, having won a regional acknowledgment as a Century Farm – a farm that has been owned by a single family for 100 years or more – in 1993, as well as a Rural County Award in 2020. Looking toward the future, Ms. Baumberger aspires to continue expanding the attractions at the farm, and perhaps add more trails and a small maze in the years to come.
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