McCoy’s Building Supply has announced three new location managers.
Robert Aranda has been named Store Manager of Southeast San Antonio McCoy’s Building Supply. Aranda began his career with McCoy’s 14 years ago working at his hometown store in Harlingen, Texas, when he was only 16. He thrived in various sales roles, eventually joining the company’s Management Development Program (MDP) and serving as Assistant Manager of McCoy’s Building Supply in Pharr, Texas before coming to San Antonio.
“I’m looking forward to using everything I’ve learned in the last 14 years to manage this great team. I can see such growth potential in this crew and in the store,” said Aranda. “I’m excited for what’s ahead.”
Shaun Chidester has been named Store Manager of Universal City, Texas McCoy’s Building Supply. Chidester joined McCoy’s two years ago as a part of the company’s Management Development Program. He previously served as an as Assistant Manager at stores in Pearland and Richwood, Texas.
“I’m excited to lead this great team in Universal City and build our business,” said Chidester who most recently was Store Manager of the Southeast San Antonio McCoy’s store. “We’re a family-oriented store and want all of our customers to have a top-notch experience shopping at McCoy’s.”
Tyler Louis has been named Manager of Hobbs, N.M. McCoy’s Building Supply. Louis joined McCoy’s just over a year ago as part of the company’s Management Development Program after graduating from the McCoy’s School of Business at Texas State University. Most recently, he served as Co-Store Manager of McCoy’s Aransas Pass, Texas, location following Hurricane Harvey. “During my time in Aransas Pass, I learned how to adapt to any type of situation, whether it be filling in for various roles within the store or finding solutions for customer inquiries,” said Louis. “It was a valuable learning experience.”
McCoy’s Building Supply is headquartered in San Marcos, Texas, and headed by President and CEO, Brian McCoy. McCoy’s employs over 2,000 people and operates 87 stores and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico.