JOHN TEBBS & ROBIN TEBBS
John & Robin Tebbs, the owners of Tebbs. John is the son of the original owners Dick & Mable Tebbs. While John was working there during his early 20’s, Robin got a job at the stand and they fell in love and got married in 1980. I guess you could say we are a farm/matchmaking service.
They have three children Jessica Steinbacher (Erik), who works at Allstate Insurance, Rachel Livermore (Brion), who works at Tebbs, and Daniel Tebbs (Taigen), who also works at Tebbs. They have four grandsons, who are the light of their lives: Brecken Steinbacher, Auden Livermore, Quinten Livermore, and Max Tebbs.
John and Robin became the sole owners of Tebbs Farms and Greenhouses in 2006 and have built on the foundation Dick and Mable established by adding their own additions to the business building it to what you see today. They are two of the best owners/bosses their employees could ask for. There isn’t a job in the world they’d ask their employees to do that they, too, aren’t also doing. In other words, their down in the trenches with you. We are thank John & Robin for making this small business the success it is!
Dan is the son of John & Robin Tebbs. Dan loves hunting, snowmobiling, and being outdoors. He graduated from Shippensburg University with a bachelors in Finance. He married his high school sweet heart, Taigen Thorne in 2018 and they have a son, Max.
Dan was a born farmer. From the time he could crawl he was pushing around toy tractors dreaming of the day he could drive one. He used to “pack his lunch” and put on his dad’s work boots and wait by the door in the morning, hoping his dad would take him to work at 4 years old. His dream soon became a reality at 8, when he began picking strawberries. Once Dan began working, he hasn’t stopped. He started as a little tot pulling the sweet corn off the truck and has graduated to every job at the farm.
Dan has become the man responsible for our field corn production from picking it during the day to running the corn dryer all hours of the night to delivering it through the month of January. The field corn is only a small part of the responsibilities Dan has taken on as a key employee here and we can’t imagine this place without him. He has helped take so much responsibility and stress from his dad, John, and coworker Tim, which itself is worth a million words of gratitude. His grandfather, Dick Tebbs, would be so proud of the farmer & man Dan has become. He knows the sacrifices and stress that come with this career and he embraces them full on. Thank you, Dan for your long hours and continuous care of the business.