R.J. Schinner Names New Executives
R.J. Schinner Co., Inc., a re-distributor to the commercial wholesale trade, is pleased to announce, effective January 1st, 2018, the promotions of Skeet Holman to Vice President of our Texas Territory and John Meganck as Vice President of Purchasing. RJ Schinner is also pleased to announce the newly created Mountain Region, with Paul Schinner acting as Executive Vice President over that region.
"Skeet" (Marshall) Holman has been with RJ Schinner for one and a half years, and will move from the position of Director of Sales for the Texas Territory to Vice President of the Texas Territory. Skeet has been highly influential in the performance of that region, and has continued to show an exemplary commitment to his role as an innovator and manager.
John Meganck has been a valued member of the RJ Schinner team for eight years, acting most recently as Senior Director of Procurement. He will continue his direct involvement in RJ Schinner's purchasing team with his elevation to Vice President of Purchasing. His innovative thinking and vision will continue to enhance the direction, growth, and profitability of RJ Schinner.
Along with the opening of two new locations in Utah and Colorado, RJ Schinner has created the Mountain Region. Paul Schinner has been an invaluable member of the RJ Schinner organization, acting as Executive Vice President of the South Central Region. Paul will take the lead as the Executive Vice President of this newly created Mountain Region. His leadership and vision will help ensure RJ Schinner is able to achieve our goals and reach more customers in this region.
RJ Schinner hopes that you will join us in congratulating these individuals and wishing them the best of luck in their future positions.
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