84 Lumber announced that it has promoted Dave Rumbaugh to vice president of logistics and specialty purchasing.
Rumbaugh is a 21-year veteran of the 84 Lumber and has held several positions during his tenure.
The new vice president began his career as a manager trainee in 2002 and then became a co-manager and store manager in the company’s central division through 2006. He started in the purchasing department at the company’s headquarters in 2006 as a lead buyer. In 2011, he was promoted to the role of director of contract purchasing.
“During his career with 84 Lumber, Dave has always risen to the occasion and has proven to be a true shining star,” said Frank Cicero, chief operating officer at 84 Lumber. “He is one of the future leaders of this company.”
The prodealer said Rumbaugh will now oversee the logistics and fleet operations for all delivery trucks, which includes over 40 independent haulers and 1,110 trucks that are 90% forklift capable.
Additionally, Rumbaugh will manage all capital purchasing of manufacturing equipment for door shops, component plants, and EWP facilities nationwide.
“Dave is a great example of a hard-working associate who joined the company in an entry-level position and has risen through the ranks at both the store level and team headquarters,” said Cicero
Rumbaugh is replacing Mitch Feldman, who will be retiring after 36 years with the company.
Based in Eighty Four, Pa., 84 Lumber operates 310 facilities, including stores, component manufacturing plants, custom door shops, and engineered wood product centers in more than 35 states. 84 Lumber also offers turnkey installation services for a variety of products, including framing, insulation, siding, windows, roofing, decking and drywall.
84 Lumber is also a certified national women’s business enterprise.