Memphis, Tenn.-based Orgill announced several changes to its executive team including several promotions and retirements.
With these planned changes, Orgill’s executive leadership team will include:
- Boyden Moore, president and chief executive officer
- Randy Williams, executive vice president of distribution
- Eric Divelbiss, executive vice president and chief financial officer
- John Sieggreen, executive vice president of retail and president of CNRG
- Greg Stine, executive vice president of marketing and communications
- Marc Hamer, executive vice president and chief technology and information officer
- Jeff Curler, executive vice president of purchasing
- David Mobley, executive vice president of sales
In addition to Hammers, Orgill would also like to congratulate and thank the following key leaders who are retiring in 2021:
- Charlie Epperson, vice president of labor relations and benefits, will retire at the end of 2021 after introducing and implementing human resources programs over his 42-year tenure.
- Jeff Thomas, director of corporate group sales, is retiring at the end of 2021 after a 27-year career with Orgill. Thomas helped build the corporate sales team into what it is today.
- Everett Clark, senior vice president of credit, will retire in April 2022, concluding a 45-year career leading the Orgill credit department.
“These individuals have all helped drive tremendous success at Orgill over the course of their careers,” Moore says. “Their hard work, expertise and dedication are greatly appreciated by the entire Orgill team. It is long-serving leaders like these who have helped build our success and such a bright future for the company and our customers.”