Management moves at McCoy’s

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Management moves at McCoy’s

By HBSDealer Staff - 09/19/2019
McCoy’s Building Supply has made a pair of store manager appointments.

Brian Oney has been named manager of McCoy’s Orange, Texas location and Chris Rodriguez is the company’s new manager in Midland, Texas.

Brian Oney

Oney has been with McCoy’s for 16 years, starting out in his hometown of Carlsbad, N.M. He held a variety of positions on the sales floor and in the lumberyard, eventually moving up the ranks to become store manager. Most recently, Oney managed the Midland store.

“I’m new to the Orange area and excited to learn more about the community,” said Oney. “My daughter and grandson live in Louisiana so I’m really looking forward to living closer to them.”

Oney highlighted customer service when asked what he was most excited about in his new role. “Our entire team is focused on serving our customers in the best way possible, whether that means working to have specific items in stock or making sure we provide timely deliveries,” said Oney. “We pride ourselves on excellent service and want everyone to feel at home in our store.”

Chris Rodriguez

Rodriguez joined McCoy’s five year ago, working in the lumberyard and on the sales floor, at his hometown store in San Angelo, Texas. He enrolled in the company’s Management Development Program and moved west to serve as assistant manager at the Carlsbad, N.M., store. He was promoted to store manager in Carlsbad in September 2016.

“I’m really excited to return to Texas and become involved in the Midland community,” said Rodriguez. “We have a hardworking and knowledgeable team dedicated to providing excellent service to our customers, no matter the size or scope of their project.”

McCoy’s is one of the nation’s largest privately held building supply retailers. Based in San Marcos, Texas. McCoy’s employs over 2,500 people and operates 88 stores, three distribution facilities and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico.