We are John Deere Series: Sulejman’s Journey

Bosnian native, Sulejman Dizdarevic, moved to the United States and found work as a Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Machinist at John Deere Waterloo Works in Waterloo, Iowa.

Imagine packing a few of your most treasured possessions and then saying goodbye to your hometown as you leave behind a war-torn country in search of a better life. How helpless would you feel after arriving in a different country where you had to learn another language, find a new job and adapt to a completely new culture?

In the first video of our We Are John Deere series, get to know Sulejman Dizdarevic, a Bosnian native who moved to the United States and found work as a Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Machinist at John Deere Waterloo Works in Waterloo, Iowa. These insightful videos highlight employees like Sulejman who embody John Deere’s spirit of pride and live our company’s values of integrity, quality, commitment and innovation.

John Deere Waterloo Works Employee Serves Customers and Helps His Community

Bosnian refugee, Sulejman Dizdarevic, a machinist at John Deere Waterloo Works, explains how the kindness of others helped him overcome adversity earlier in his life and why he feels it's important to pay back this gift by helping others in his community.

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