Concrete Products

JUL 2019

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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Page 38 of 103 July 2019 • 37 BRIEFS MANUFACTURERS Euclid Chemical. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University. Charah Solutions Inc. has appointed Roger Shannon as chief financial officer and treasurer, while Nicholas Jacoby, whose held those titles in an interim capacity, remains with the fly ash proces- sor and marketer as vice president of Finance. A CPA with more than 30 years of corporate finance and accounting experience, Shannon arrives from Adtran, a publicly traded provider of next-gener- ation networking solutions, where he held CFO, senior vice president of Finance and treasurer posts. Prior to management roles at Adtran and three other companies, he held accounting posi- tions with Vulcan Materials Co. and KPMG "Roger is a talented executive with a long history of providing financial and strategic leadership to successful corporations across a range of industries," says Charah Solutions CEO Scott Sewell. "We are confident his extensive financial and public company experience will be immediately beneficial as we continue exe- cuting our growth strategy and delivering value to our shareholders." Mack Trucks has named Maxsle "Max" Butler as vice president of National Accounts, responsible for major-customer programs throughout North Amer- ica. A 30-year trucking industry veteran, he has served in various lead- ership positions within Mack, most recently as vice president of Parts Sales. Prior to that role, Butler was vice presi- dent of Sales & Marketing for Parts Sales, director of Regional Parts, and manager of Proprietary Parts Marketing. He is based at the Mack World headquarters in Greensboro, N.C. Lori Reid has been named president of Nox-Crete Products Group, three years after joining the Omaha, Neb., specialty concrete chemicals and accessories specialist as chief financial officer. In that capacity, she focused on key metrics, develop- ment of financial and operations strategy, asset preservation and financial reporting. She has also played a key role in the company's transi- tion from a privately-owned, family business to an employee-owned company. Roger Shannon Lori Reid As president, Reid's duties will shift to developing and implementing the compa- ny's strategic vision, adapting as industry and customer needs evolve. Prior to join- ing Nox-Crete, she held management roles with three Texas employers: Advanta U.S., Dallas, financial controller; American Star Energy & Minerals, Amarillo, vice president of Business Development and Administra- tion; and, McCleskey Harriger Brazill & Graf, Lubbock, accounting manager. "We see this as an important change as Nox-Crete moves into its next chapter of growth," says CEO Michael Linn. "We've moved from a family-owned business to an ESOP. Lori's past experience with our company and in the business world make her the ideal candidate to help Nox-Crete continue to grow and offer customers inno- vative products." Maxsle Butler

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