WAXIE Announces Retirement And New Leadership
WAXIE Sanitary Supply congratulates Craig McDaniel and Greg Taylor of the Intermountain Region for key changes in their respective careers.
On June 30, 2017, Craig McDaniel will retire after 31 years serving the WAXIE Intermountain Region. Craig began his career with WAXIE in 1985 as a Sales Representative and was promoted to Sales Manager in 1990. In January of 2006, Craig was promoted to General Manager and was then named Vice President, General Manager of the Intermountain Region in 2008.
Craig leaves his mark on the industry as one who was dedicated to training, education, and solution-based consulting. “Craig has been a great teacher, and a trusted leader at WAXIE for so many years,” remarked Charles Wax, Chairman and CEO of WAXIE. “He taught his people to not only deliver the box, but to know what the product is, how to use it, and how to train others to use it. To honor his body of work with both WAXIE and the industry, we are naming a conference room at our Salt Lake City flagship facility in his honor.”
As part of Craig’s transition from WAXIE, Greg Taylor will become General Manager for the WAXIE, Intermountain Region effective July 1, 2017,
Greg began his career with WAXIE in May of 2003 as a Sales Representative in Boise, ID. An industry veteran, Greg’s first exposure to the industry came working in the family business – Decker Supply. “Greg is well equipped and ready to take the helm,” says Jeff Roberts, President and COO of WAXIE. “Under his leadership, his team will grow and prosper, just as it has for more than 30 years.”
Greg will lead the Intermountain Region from WAXIE’s LEED® Certified Silver state-of-the-art facility in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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