March 27

  • LBM Advantage hired Bryan Baker as member sales manager in the Southwest region.
  • Hancock Lumber appointed Eric Dolloff to a regional general manager role and Mike Boulet to the role of general manager - retail manufacturing.
  • Western Specialty Contractors announced the opening of a new Austin branch and the promotion of Aaron Williams to the role of branch manager.

March 20

  • Do it Best appointed Lisa Saunders as its divisional merchandise manager.
  • Jeske Hardware Distributors hired Cody Hanken as part of the company’s sales team.
  • Simpson Strong-Tie promoted Annie Kao to the role of vice president of strategic partnerships and engagement.
  • Wellborn Cabinet’s board of directors has appointed Dennis Easter as CEO.
  • Roseburg announced Nadine Orozco has been promoted to director of strategic business development.
  • 84 Lumber named Dan Jones as manager of the year, Dave Fisher as manager of the year, Brennan Byerrs as manufacturing manager of the year, Andrew Boyd as rookie of the year.

March 13

March 6

  • Weekes Forest Products/Logan Lumber Company hired Amy Stuart as the company’s new sales manager.
  • House-Hasson Hardware named Wayne Walls vice president of operations in charge of warehousing and transportation for its 450,000-square-foot Knoxville, Tenn., operation.
  • McCoy’s Building Supply appointed Zach Dauer as store manager of its Lockhart, Texas, location.
  • LMC named Jenny Brawley as its regional manager for the Southeast. Gordon Lumber announced Erin Leonard will return to the company as president and CEO.

February 28

February 21

  • Marvin has added Chris Stith as vice president of human resources.
  • Tyndale Advisors, the wholly-owned subsidiary and marketing arm of Orgill, promoted Jim Rivas to the role of president.
  • Boise Cascade announced Mike Brown, executive vice president of wood products, will retire effective May 3, 2024, and will be succeeded by Troy Little. Erin Nuxoll, senior vice president of human resources, will also retire on May 3 and be succeeded by Angella Broesch.

February 14

  • Weekes Forest Products/Logan Lumber promoted Pete Pereda to the role of regional vice president of the Midwest and Southeast and Mike Thomas to the role of divisional leader.
  • Spahn & Rose Lumber appointed Lori Hoffmann to the newly created position of vice president of human resources and named Ivy Su Johanson as the company’s director of purchasing.
  • Holcim Building Envelope named Lauren Pagano as senior vice president of the adhesives, coatings, and sealants business unit.
  • Jeld-Wen Holdings announced Gustavo Vianna joined the company as executive vice president and president of Europe; Dan Valenti joined the company as an executive vice president, North America doors and distribution; and Matt Meier joined as an executive vice president, chief digital and information officer.

February 7

  • 84 Lumber announced Mark Ingersoll will be moving to its western division, overseeing facilities in California, Nevada, and Arizona.
  • Tibbetts Lumber announced the promotion of Rob Hicks to the role of chief administrative officer.
  • Do it Best hired ten team members and internally promoted two employees.
  • Roseburg promoted Cybelle White to the role of chief of staff.
  • Hancock Lumber announced Wendy Scribner will retire in April. She will be succeeded in the role by Anna Russo.
  • Do it Best appointed Allison Flatjord as the company’s vice president of marketing and ecommerce.
  • Kodiak Building Partners promoted Matt LaScola to the role of senior vice president of corporate strategy and real estate; elevated Darius McCurty to senior vice president, corporate controller and continuous improvement; named Brian Huss senior vice president of finance, risk management, and treasurer; and promoted Monte Bride to the role of vice president of marketing.

January 31

  • Ambassador Supply named Joel Usina as the company’s marketing director.
  • Do it Best announced the retirement of vice president of marketing Rich Lynch.

January 24

  • Gulfeagle Supply appointed Miriam Mata as national operations and training manager, Dan Pettis as regional manager for the Midwest district, Dean Torres as regional manager for the Texas and Oklahoma market, and Mike Bily as branch training specialist.
  • Ambassador Supply appointed Tim Richards as its new director of post frame construction and pole barns.
  • L&W Supply promoted Vanessa Morrison to the role of business development managing of the company’s South Central region.
  • LBM Advantage hired Rob Andren as information technology director.
  • 3A Composites promoted John Tarr to the role of national specification manager. The company also updated its sales territories and added Nate German as sales manager for south Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
  • Gypsum Management & Supply (GMS) appointed Brad Southern, CEO of LP Building Solutions, to serve as an independent director for GMS. Additionally, GMS announced Peter Browning will not stand for reelection to the GMS board at the 2024 Annual Meeting of Stockholders.

January 17

  • LATICRETE added John Selldorff to its board of directors.
  • Beacon appointed Carmelo Carrrubba, the company’s current vice president of strategy and transformation, as interim chief financial officer, effective Jan. 20.
  • PWT promoted Scott Reynolds to eastern regional business development manager.
  • L&W Supply promoted Mark Woodsum to the role vice president of its newly created North Central region.
  • Benjamin Obdyke hired Mercedes Pepin as a sales associate for the Northeast.
  • Boise Cascade announced the retirement of building materials distribution senior vice president Tom Hoffmann.
  • Lowe’s named Margi Vagell as executive vice president of the supply chain, effective March 1.

January 10

  • Eastern Engineered Wood Products promoted Wade Buick to vice president of operations and strategic initiatives. The company also hired Josh Cavallo, Ken Brune, and Laura Alley to its outside sales representative team.
  • 84 Lumber recognized Nick Nickells, pricing manager for manufacturing, with its Business Excellence Award and Kathy Silver, phone receptionist/mailroom, with its Rising Star Award. Teknor Apex named Donald Wiseman its new company CEO.
  • Do it Best hired seven team members and internally promoted three employees in January.
  • Rival Holdings named David McDonald vice president of mergers and acquisitions.

January 3