Kevin Pascoe was raised on his family’s farm in Bakersfield where he worked with his father and brothers in cotton and hay production. He attended California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo where he received his bachelor of science degree in agricultural business management. In 1977, Kevin worked for Tri-Fanucchi Farms where he was first introduced to vegetable production. Then in 1988 he joined Rod and Bob Grimm at Grimmway Farms, where he currently serves as the general manager of the farming division.
Grimmway Enterprises Inc. is the largest carrot grower-packer and shipper in the world, harvesting more than 35,000 acres of carrots in California and Colorado. The operation also produces a number of other crops, including conventional potatoes under its King Pak label and a large array of organic items under its Cal Organic Farms label.
Kevin is a member of California Farm Bureau, a past board member of Kern County Farm Bureau, vice chairman of the California Fresh Carrot Advisory Board and a director on the board of Arvin Edison Water Storage.
Kevin was elected to the board in 2007.