McCoy’s Building Supply announced the promotion of three employees to the role of directors: John Brown was named director of culture and customer experience; Trevor Crozier was named director of merchandising - commodities; and Luke Wonder was appointed director of strategic accounts.

“‘I’m so thankful John, Luke, and Trevor are eager to contribute more and share their talents with McCoy’s,” McCoy’s president and CEO Meagan McCoy Jones said. “We’re a stronger company because of their leadership and impact on our team and our customers.”

Brown, a 36-year veteran with McCoy’s, served for 17 years as a store manager in Lufkin, Texas, before becoming regional support manager in 2018.

“I see my new role enhancing McCoy’s through a very intentional focus on relationship building, both within our organization and with our customers,” Brown said. “I will also support and refine our mentoring culture, which sets us apart from other retailers.”

The company said the promotion of Crozier and Wonder reflect McCoy’s focus on a variety of customers, ranging from large-scale builders and repair/remodelers to ranchers and DIYers.

“I am excited to be able to look at how McCoy’s does things through a new lens that will help us identify improved ways to serve our customers,” Crozier said. “I look forward to adding my experience to the already amazing foundation that has been built.”

Crozier recently joined the company after five years as a strategic accounts manager at True Value. Additionally, the newly appointed director of merchandising - commodities has had various roles within the lumber and building materials industry, including outside sales, purchasing, operations, and multiple levels of management.

Wonder has been with McCoy’s for 12 years, beginning as an assistant manager before working his way up to commercial sales representative. He has served as a strategic accounts manager since 2019.

“My new role allows me to focus on programs and processes that will give the pro builders McCoy’s serves an enhanced experience in more areas than we have in the past,” Wonder said. “In turn, this will allow those customers to be freed up to concentrate on growing their businesses.”

San Marcos, Texas-based McCoy’s Building Supply operates 85 stores, three distribution centers, and two millwork facilities in three states.