Lowell Banbury retired after 45 years of service, succeeding his brothers Kenny and Eddie.
A few Lifetime Achievement Awards were also announced.
The executive held merchant positions at Sears, True Value and Jerry’s.
His appointment is part of the succession plan for Thomas Wroe Jr., who came out of retirement in September 2013 to become chairman and CEO.
He was previously serving as president and CEO of Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company.
Chris Hayn will manage all independent distribution and retail sales activities for the U.S. and international markets.
He had more patents than Edison. And he was described as the Bill Gates of the do-it-yourself home repair industry. (Source: New York Times)
She previously served in a parallel role for The Cheesecake Factory.
His background ranges from contractor sales rep to CEO.
J.T. Rieves is a man on a mission: boost pro sales at Home Depot