Spartan Chemical Promotes Eisenschmidt, Roskos and Vermeersch to Regional Manager
Spartan Chemical Company, Inc. announced the promotion of Justin Eisenschmidt, Paul Roskos and Jesse Vermeersch to the role of regional manager, effective November 1, 2015.
Mr. Eisenschmidt, joins Spartan as the regional manager for the Boston, Massachusetts region. Justin most recently served as a regional facilities consultant for Hillyard in Albany, New York where he gained more than two years’ experience in the janitorial and sanitation industry. Prior to that, Justin worked as an account executive for W.B. Mason, based out of Syracuse, New York.
Mr. Eisenschmidt holds a Bachelor degree in both Business Law and Communication from Oneonta State College in Oneonta, New York. Mr. Roskos, who has responsibility for the East Iowa region, most recently worked for Veritiv, formerly xpedx, as a facility solutions sales representative in Valley View, Ohio. Over the past two years, while at Veritiv, Paul was responsible for the distribution of supplies and services to industrial and institutional businesses. Prior to that he served as a membership engagement advisor at Lifetime Fitness, in Beachwood, Ohio, for three years. Paul holds a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Business Administration and Sport Management from Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio.
Before joining Spartan, Mr. Vermeersch, who has responsibility for the Connecticut region, was a regional account manager for Airgas, Inc., in Waterbury, Connecticut. While at Airgas, Jesse was responsible for conducting account management and assisting in the engineering and design of innovative manufacturing solutions. Prior to that, Mr. Vermeersch worked as a certified insurance adjuster for Norfield Associates, in Providence, Rhode Island.
Jesse holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in commercial recreation and tourism from Westfield State University, in Westfield, Massachusetts.
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