Jones succeeds her father, Brian McCoy, who is retiring after a 50-year career with McCoy’s Building Supply. Brian McCoy has served as CEO of McCoy’s since 2001.
“A company like ours doesn’t succeed over this many decades without hard work, hustle, and the deep loyalty of our team and trust of our customers. I’ve grown up at McCoy’s with the patience, help, and support of so many. Through them I fell in love with our business and industry,” said Jones. “Being a private, family company is an advantage and privilege, and we don’t take that for granted. We continue to invest in upgrading stores, building stores in new markets, and growing our distribution, manufacturing, and delivery service so customers can count on McCoy’s for decades to come.”
Jones is the fourth generation of the McCoy family to lead McCoy’s Building Supply.
She worked summer jobs at McCoy's since she was a young girl and officially joined the company management team in 2007 as an assistant manager at McCoy's Austin Manchaca location.
After spending time in the field, Jones moved into a position at headquarters focusing on business operations with special attention on growing the next generation of leaders at McCoy’s. Jones’ role at the company steadily expanded over the past 10 years.
Meagan McCoy Jones and her father Brian McCoy.
“I am so grateful for the opportunity to work in and lead our family business for these past 50 years,” said Brian McCoy. “Passing the leadership to our family’s fourth generation is such a joy. Meagan is eminently qualified to be CEO and I have so enjoyed working with her these past 20 years.”
“Dad is generous, optimistic, and sees the best in each of us,” Jones noted. “He has inspired two generations of McCoy’s leaders to sweat the details and give to others first. We wouldn’t have made it as a company without his endurance and optimism, and I wouldn’t have made it as a leader without his intentional mentoring of me.”
McCoy’s Building Supply employs more than 3,000 people and operates 90 stores, three distribution center, and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, and New Mexico.
In addition to her role at McCoy’s, Jones is a member of the Board of Directors of McCoy Corporation, a partner in McCoy Remme Ranches, co-chair of the Legislative Committee of the Lumbermen’s Association of Texas, a board member of the Texas Association of Builders, and an involved member of the Greater San Marcos Partnership working on issues related to development, conservation, and affordable housing.
Jones is also a former board member and passionate supporter of Mobile Loaves & Fishes, a social outreach ministry that empowers communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless.
“I’m proud of the care and focus throughout our leadership team - our plans are to continue to grow and serve our customers with relevance and signature McCoy style,” Jones said.