MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Orgill has announced changes to its team of executive vice presidents, a move that President and CEO Boyden Moore says is designed to position Orgill for further growth in the coming years and to provide an even stronger support network to the company’s growing ranks of retail customers.
“One of Orgill’s strengths over many years has been stable, consistent leadership. Without a doubt, I think we have the best team in place to guide our company into the next decade,” Moore says. “These recent changes and promotions are well deserved and will help us continue to lead Orgill into the future while providing the continuous improvement and innovation our customers expect from us to run even more successful retail operations.”
Effective immediately, the following five individuals will make up Orgill’s team of executive vice presidents.
Randy Williams has been promoted to the role of EVP, distribution. Prior to this position, Williams served as Orgill’s general manager and senior vice president of distribution and has been with the company in various other roles for nearly three decades.
John Sieggreen has been promoted to the role of EVP, retail and will also maintain his current role as President for Central Network Retail Group (CNRG). Prior to joining Orgill and CNRG, Sieggreen spent a number of years leading retail operations, including serving as President of Wolohan Enterprises and in various executive roles with ProBuild Holdings and BMC West.
Greg Stine has been promoted to EVP, marketing and communications. Most recently, Stine headed up the marketing team for Tyndale Advisors. Prior to that, Stine owned and managed a marketing and communications firm based in Springfield, Oregon.
Brett Hammers continues in his role as EVP, sales and purchasing.
Eric Divelbiss will also continue in his current position as EVP and chief financial officer.
“I’m proud to work alongside such a strong group of individuals who not only offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to our company but who also have a passion for our mission to help our customers be successful,” Moore says.
In addition to this group, Moore says Orgill will also be looking to further enhance its executive team with the addition of an entirely new position—EVP, chief information officer.
“Given the growing role that technology and information play in every facet of distribution and retail, we have an opportunity to better integrate our technology teams across distribution, retail systems, retail services, eCommerce, marketing, and business intelligence to drive new competitive advantages for our dealers,” Moore says. “We have great technology teams. This new position will align them to drive new synergies and improvements in the way we use technology throughout the company and for our customers.”