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L&W Supply Announces Personnel Changes

L&W Supply announces that Ben Fredal has been promoted to director of national accounts commercial – West; Ben Citino has accepted the role of business development manager for the Northeast region; John Gudino has accepted the role of Business Development Manager for the Northern California District; Greg Zucchero has accepted the role of business development manager for Southern California; and Lukas Treffers has accepted the role of regional business manager for the West.

    

Fredal has been with L&W Supply since 2006. During this time, Fredal has held specialty sales, branch manager and business development manager positions, helping to contribute to the success of the Great Lakes and Midwest markets.

    

Citino spent the past 20 years in distribution and manufacturing, occupying various sales and management positions.

    

Gudino has been with L&W Supply for over 20 years, serving in a number of roles including operations supervisor, branch manager and regional sales manager. Most recently, as an outside sales representative he quickly grew his sales territory into one of the largest in the company.

    

Zucchero has spent over 30 years in the building materials industry, serving in various roles including acoustical manager and sales manager. Most recently, he served as an outside sales representative, where he assembled and grew one of the largest sales territories in the West region, encompassing much of Southern California.

    

Treffers has spent the last two years of his career in various roles as part of the Associate Manager Training program. The program is designed to provide college graduates with the opportunity to fast track their path into a branch manager role. Trainees receive training in delivery services, warehousing, inside and outside sales, and job shadowing of a managing partner.

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