Farmer Brothers

Headquarters: Texas

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at Farmer Brothers

Annual data

2018

On October 25, 2018, Farmer Brothers reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$1,466,782
David G. RobsonTreasurer and CFO$899,083
Ellen D. IobstChief Operations Officer$819,152
Scott A. SiersSVP, GM Sales$527,441
Thomas J. Mattei, JrChief Legal Officer and Secretary$599,770

Michael H. Keown — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,466,782 in total.

In addition, David G. Robson — Treasurer and CFO — received a total compensation of $899,083; Ellen D. Iobst received $819,152; Thomas J. Mattei, Jr received $599,770; Scott A. Siers received $527,441.

2017

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$1,023,231
David G. RobsonTreasurer and CFO$195,338
Ellen D. IobstChief Operations Officer$488,853
Thomas J. Mattei, JrChief Legal Officer and Secretary$444,475

Michael H. Keown — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,023,231 in total.

In addition, Ellen D. Iobst — Chief Operations Officer — received a total compensation of $488,853; Thomas J. Mattei, Jr received $444,475; David G. Robson received $195,338.

2016

On May 16, 2017, Farmer Brothers reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2016.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$2,668,103
Isaac N Johnston, JrTreasurer and CFO$796,485
Scott W. BixbySenior VP, GM DSD$957,977
Barry C. FischettoSenior VP of Operations$831,972
Thomas J. Mattei, JrGeneral Counsel and Assistant Secretary$1,048,559
Mark J. NelsonFormer Treasurer and CFO$1,047,118

Michael H. Keown — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $2,668,103 in total.

In addition, Thomas J. Mattei, Jr — General Counsel and Assistant Secretary — received a total compensation of $1,048,559; Mark J. Nelson received $1,047,118; Scott W. Bixby received $957,977; Barry C. Fischetto received $831,972; Isaac N Johnston, Jr received $796,485.

2015

On October 28, 2015, Farmer Brothers reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2015.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Thomas W. MortensenFormer Senior VP of Route Sales$520,521
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$1,152,871
Scott W. BixbySenior VP, GM DSD$218,671
Barry C. FischettoSenior VP of Operations$419,304
Thomas J. Mattei, JrGeneral Counsel and Assistant Secretary$370,328
Mark J. NelsonFormer Treasurer and CFO$604,774

Michael H. Keown — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,152,871 in total.

In addition, Mark J. Nelson — Former Treasurer and CFO — received a total compensation of $604,774; Thomas W. Mortensen received $520,521; Barry C. Fischetto received $419,304; Thomas J. Mattei, Jr received $370,328; Scott W. Bixby received $218,671.

2014

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Thomas W. MortensenFormer Senior VP of Route Sales$629,890
Mark A. HardingFormer Senior VP of Operations$820,930
Hortensia R. GómezFormer Vice President, Controller and Asst. Treasurer$316,139
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$1,661,426
Mark J. NelsonFormer Treasurer and CFO$763,709

Michael H. Keown — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,661,426 in total.

In addition, Mark A. Harding — Former Senior VP of Operations — received a total compensation of $820,930; Mark J. Nelson received $763,709; Thomas W. Mortensen received $629,890; Hortensia R. Gómez received $316,139.

2013

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$1,559,741
Mark J. NelsonFormer Treasurer and CFO$354,856
Thomas W. MortensenFormer Senior VP of Route Sales$538,617
Mark A. HardingFormer Senior VP of Operations$494,132
Hortensia R. GómezFormer Vice President, Controller and Asst. Treasurer$315,057
Jeffrey A. WahbaFormer Treasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO$795,129

Michael H. Keown — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,559,741 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Wahba — Former Treasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO — received a total compensation of $795,129; Thomas W. Mortensen received $538,617; Mark A. Harding received $494,132; Mark J. Nelson received $354,856; Hortensia R. Gómez received $315,057.

2012

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael H. KeownPresident and CEO$792,982
Thomas W. MortensenSenior VP of Route Sales$614,308
Mark A. HardingFormer Senior VP of Operations$621,093
Hortensia R. GómezFormer Vice President, Controller and Asst. Treasurer$315,032
Jeffrey A. WahbaFormer Treasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO$1,109,845
Patrick G. CriteserFormer President and CEO of CBI Former Interim Co, CEO$1,412,535
Larry B. GarrettFormer General Counsel and Assistant Secretary$745,414

Patrick G. Criteser — Former President and CEO of CBI Former Interim Co, CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,412,535 in total.

In addition, Jeffrey A. Wahba — Former Treasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO — received a total compensation of $1,109,845; Michael H. Keown received $792,982; Larry B. Garrett received $745,414; Mark A. Harding received $621,093; Thomas W. Mortensen received $614,308; Hortensia R. Gómez received $315,032.

2011

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Jeffrey A. WahbaFormer Treasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO$811,424
Mark A. HardingSenior VP of Operations$531,161
Hortensia R. GómezVice President, Controller and Assistant Treasurer$259,211
Patrick G. CriteserFormer President and CEO of CBI Former Interim Co, CEO$800,158
Larry B. GarrettFormer General Counsel and Assistant Secretary$310,858

Jeffrey A. Wahba — Former Treasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO — received the highest compensation: $811,424 in total.

In addition, Patrick G. Criteser — Former President and CEO of CBI Former Interim Co, CEO — received a total compensation of $800,158; Mark A. Harding received $531,161; Larry B. Garrett received $310,858; Hortensia R. Gómez received $259,211.

2010

On October 28, 2010, Farmer Brothers reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2010.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Roger M. Laverty IIIPresident and CEO$1,142,038
Peter B. KnepperFormer CFO Interim$239,750
John E. SimmonsFormer Treasurer and CFO$441,466
Drew H. WebbFormer Executive VP Sales and Marketing$821,791
Heidi L. ModaroFormer Vice President Sales and Operations, Coffee & Tea$907,754
Jeffrey A. WahbaTreasurer and CFO Former Interim Co, CEO$222,359
Hortensia R. GómezVice President, Controller and Assistant Treasurer$251,693

Roger M. Laverty III — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,142,038 in total.

In addition, Heidi L. Modaro — Former Vice President Sales and Operations, Coffee & Tea — received a total compensation of $907,754; Drew H. Webb received $821,791; John E. Simmons received $441,466; Hortensia R. Gómez received $251,693; Peter B. Knepper received $239,750; Jeffrey A. Wahba received $222,359.

2009

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Roger M. Laverty IIIPresident and CEO$1,094,884
John E. SimmonsFormer Treasurer and CFO$734,371
Drew H. WebbFormer Executive VP Sales and Marketing$622,043
Hortensia R. GómezVice President and Controller$266,343
Heidi L. ModaroFormer Vice President Sales and Operations, Coffee & Tea$224,423
Michael J. KingVice President, Sales$581,691

Roger M. Laverty III — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $1,094,884 in total.

In addition, John E. Simmons — Former Treasurer and CFO — received a total compensation of $734,371; Drew H. Webb received $622,043; Michael J. King received $581,691; Hortensia R. Gómez received $266,343; Heidi L. Modaro received $224,423.

2008

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Roger M. Laverty IIIPresident and CEO$975,306
John E. SimmonsFormer Treasurer and CFO$549,878
Drew H. WebbFormer Executive VP Sales and Marketing$313,561
Michael J. KingVice President, Sales$547,642
Guenter W. BergerChairman and Retired CEO$343,115

Roger M. Laverty III — President and CEO — received the highest compensation: $975,306 in total.

In addition, John E. Simmons — Former Treasurer and CFO — received a total compensation of $549,878; Michael J. King received $547,642; Guenter W. Berger received $343,115; Drew H. Webb received $313,561.

2007

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Roger M. Laverty IIICEO and President$496,479
John E. SimmonsTreasurer and CFO$533,091
Michael J. KingVice President, Sales$549,027
Guenter W. BergerChairman and Retired CEO$604,164

Guenter W. Berger — Chairman and Retired CEO — received the highest compensation: $604,164 in total.

In addition, Michael J. King — Vice President, Sales — received a total compensation of $549,027; John E. Simmons received $533,091; Roger M. Laverty III received $496,479.