DALLAS - Rmax, a Dallas-based manufacturer of polyisocyanurate insulation products, announced that its president, Richard Griner, will retire and be succeeded by former executive vice president, Ed Godlewski.
Griner joined Rmax in 1981 as vice president of production, and subsequently served as vice president of operations in charge of manufacturing and sales before accepting an appointment as president in 1984. Godlewski, meanwhile, joined Rmax in 1983 as production manager of the company’s Fernley, Nevada plant. He also served as plant manager in Dallas and Greer, S.C., overseeing upgrades at these facilities. In 2006, Godlewski was promoted to executive vice president. He is active in the Polyisocyanurate Insulation Manufacturers Association, having served as its technical committee chairman and now as a board member.
Rmax is celebrating its 30th anniversary his year. Founded in 1978, the company manufactures commercial, agricultural and residential insulation products from its facilities in Texas, South Carolina and Nevada. For more information, call 972-387-4500 or visit www.rmaxinc.com.
Godlewski Succeeds Griner as Rmax President
May 6, 2008