BELOIT, Wis. — Building products distributor ABC Supply Co. Inc. has promoted 27 branch managers to managing partner status.
The designation is the highest level of achievement among the company’s branch managers and places them in a distinguished position of leadership within the company. In earning managing partner status, the managers join ABC Supply’s National Branch Advisory Board, which advises senior management on various topics.
To be selected as a managing partner, branch managers must meet rigorous requirements in the areas of customer satisfaction, associate development, branch performance, safety compliance and excellence in overall business practices.
“These 27 managers represent the best of the best at ABC Supply,” said Keith Rozolis, ABC Supply’s president and chief executive officer. “As managing partners, they will play an even bigger role in helping to shape initiatives that allow us to deliver more value to our customers and make ABC Supply the best company to work for in America.”
ABC Supply’s 2018 Managing Partner inductees are:
- Mina Alivizatos of Baltimore, Md.;
- Mike Balay of Stanton, Del.;
- Michael Cochran of Sacramento, Calif.;
- Wayne Comer of Pompano Beach, Fla.;
- Dave Dommell of Buffalo, N.Y.;
- Kevin Erickson of Tyler, Texas;
- Geoff Greenwood of Salem, Ore.;
- Jed Hampton of Palm Desert, Calif.;
- Kyle Hebdon of Ogden, Utah;
- Larry “David” Johnson of Brooksville, Fla.;
- John Krix of Port St. Lucie, Fla.;
- Kory Kunkel of Sherman, Texas;
- Bryce Mertes of Freeport, Ill.;
- Ryan Morgan of Garland, Texas;
- Juanita Morrison of North Kansas City, Mo.;
- Bob Mueller of Jackson, Wis.;
- Austin Phillips of Nashville, Tenn.;
- Andrew Poland of Medford, Mass.;
- Dave Porter of Worcester, Mass.;
- Caleb Roth of Olathe, Kan.;
- Tim Small of Cape May Court House, N.J.;
- William “Billy” Staszak of LaSalle, Ill.;
- Mike Strunk of Port Huron, Mich.;
- Scott Thompson of Jackson, Tenn.;
- Tom Towers of Benton Harbor, Mich.;
- Allen Tracy of Evansville, Ind.;
- Andrew Wroten of Ashland, Va.
The new managing partners will continue to supervise their respective branches while taking on the additional responsibilities that come with achieving managing partner status.