ABC Supply Co., the nation's fourth-biggest construction supply company, announced today it has shuffled its management team and shifted some executive responsbilities.

  • Keith Rozolis was promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer. Previously, he was senior vice president of strategic marketing and planning. Rozolis will lead ABC Supply's branch and manufacturing operations and affiliated and divisional companies, as well as continue to oversee ABC Supply's marketing and merchandising groups. The COO post has been open since Feb. 15, 2008, when president and COO David Luck moved up to the CEO post following the death of company founder Ken Hendricks on Dec. 21, 2007. Rozolis previously was senior vice president of strategic marketing and planning.
  • Brent Fox was promoted to the new position of vice president of divisional operations. He will oversee four of ABC Supply's business units: Mule-Hide Products Co., Amcraft Building Products, ABC Supply's Catalog Division, and Town & Country Industries. Fox has been with ABC Supply for 26 years, most recently as vice president of merchandising and purchasing.
  • Brad Money, formerly general manager of Mule-Hide Manufacturing, was promoted to the new position of vice President of manufacturing operations. He will oversee Mule-Hide Manufacturing, American Construction Metals, and Vande Hey Raleigh.
  • Kevin Hendricks remains in his current role of vice president of branch operations, in charge of ABC's five divisions.
  • Kim Hendricks, previously vice president of ABC Supply and president of Mule-Hide Products, was named to the newly created position of vice president of organizational development. Hendricks will "help develop and champion programs and systems necessary to ensure that we continue to attract and retain the talent necessary to be a world-class company," Luck said in a statement.
  • Mike Schwarz was promoted to the new position of director of marketing and business intelligence. He most recently served as manager of pricing and merchandise analysis.
  • Mary Groessl, manager of business planning, received the new title of director of business development.
  • ABC Supply operates 380 branches in 45 states and the District of Columbia. It ranked fourth on the 2008 ProSales 100, with total sales in 2007 of $2.99 billion, 96% of them to pros.