ABC Supply Names 26 New Managing Partners

Posted November 8, 2012

BELOIT, Wis. – Exterior building products distributor ABC Supply Co. Inc. has promoted 26 branch managers from around the country to the position of managing partner.

They are: Raymond Ace of Warminster, Pa.; Jeffrey Anderson of Monrovia, Calif.; John Baratta of Stratford, Conn.; Todd Bardell of Freeport, Ill.; Matt Bowen of Harrisburg, Pa.; Tim Bowen of Stanton, Del.; Rick Desrochers of Avon, Mass.; Jeff Faulkner of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Chris Flatley of Grand Rapids, Mich.; Chad Jenkins of Collinsville, Ill.; Eric Labenz of Omaha, Neb.; Joe Mays of Riverdale, N.J.; Joshua McGrath of Woburn, Mass.; Jason McKinley of Mesa, Ariz.; Bryan Morris of Kansas City, Kan.; TJ Neil of Denver, Colo.; Gregory Oechsle of Rochester, N.Y.; Giovanni Petrole of Plainfield, N.J.; Connie Prevatt of Fort Myers, Fla.; Scott Roller of Tampa, Fla.; Teressa Schaafsma of Toledo, Ohio; Steve Shearer of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Michael Stanley of Addison, Ill.; Barry Talbert of Winston-Salem, N.C.; Matthew Tobin of Chesapeake, Va. and Andrew Wroten of Jarvisburg, N.C.

The new managing partners continue to oversee their respective branches while taking on additional responsibilities. They have become members of ABC Supply’s National Branch Advisory Board, which advises senior management on a wide range of topics, including strategic initiatives, branch expansion, product development, technology, branch operation and company policy.

To be selected for the managing partner program, these managers met stringent criteria in the areas of customer satisfaction, associate development, improvement in branch performance, safety compliance and excellence in overall business practices.

“These 26 branch managers have demonstrated outstanding leadership skills and a solid commitment to their teams, customers and communities, and we’re proud to recognize them for their all-around efforts,” said David Luck, ABC Supply’s chief executive officer and president. “As managing partners, these individuals have key roles in our continuous improvement efforts. They serve as vital conduits of information about day-to-day operations in our branches, what is working well and where our branches need new or improved tools and support.”