Andrew Amstutz

I haven’t worked for many companies in my life, but I have worked for a variety. I have worked with Christians, for a Christian owned company, for non-Christian companies, pastoral ministry and non-profit Christian Ministry. I have found Betenbough to be completely unique. When I share with friends and family about what I get to do and the blessings Betenbough gives me it blows me away every time. You have been a blessing to me and my wife, from Christmas bonuses to Betenbough Connect day, to empowering my leaders, Sean and Bryan, to be a blessing to me. It is something hard to put into words. One thing that has stood out to me the most has been faith. I am really good at not worrying about things, but that hasn’t meant that I have great faith. Watching Betenbough operate in that realm, pursing what God has laid on your hearts even if it doesn’t make sense has been inspiring to me and challenging altogether. Seeing God reward that faithfulness has been eye opening.

Drew Flores

After being with Betenbough Companies for about three months I had a health event where I ended up in the ER and had to have surgery. Due to the surgery, I could not work for a week and a half so I could recover which made me think I was going to have a lot of catching up to do when I returned to the office. In my absence, my team and leaders not only took care of my job responsibilities, but each of them called or sent me a text to check on me. Our connections team sent my family a gift card for meals which made a big impact on my wife because our daughter was 5 months old and she was having to care for both of us. Betenbough Companies has made me feel cared for as both a team member and as a person which is something I have not experienced in prior workplaces.

Lindsey Stahl

Betenbough is a “we’re going to walk with you through this storm” culture.

Mitch James

I view Betenbough as more than just a company. It’s a place of growth where you are loved through development.

Meghan Johnson

So many companies say they believe in family and being ‘family first,’ but Betenbough truly lives that out.