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L&W Supply Names 14 New Managing Partners and Two New Branch Managers

Building products distributor L&W Supply announces the induction of 14 branch managers into their managing partner program. The designation is the highest level of achievement among the company’s Branch Managers and places them in a distinguished position of leadership at L&W Supply.


To be selected as a managing partner, these branch managers have met stringent requirements in the areas of customer satisfaction, associate development, branch performance, safety compliance, and community development.


Here are L&W Supply’s 2020 Managing Partner inductees:

  • Ron Welch of Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Greg Jacobsen of Chico, California
  • Mark Thomas of Cohoes, New York
  • Byron Smith of Hildebran, North Carolina
  • Bob Dattilio of Lexington, Kentucky
  • Carl Roy of Livonia, Michigan
  • TW DeFoor of Macon, Georgia
  • Andrew Poeschel of Madison, Wisconsin
  • Steve Layman of Mobile, Alabama
  • Stephen Miller of Orange, California
  • Ryan Langenderfer of Perrysburg, Ohio
  • Kim Gonzalez of Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Joshua Gill of Tigard, Oregon
  • Raul Rodriguez of West Sacramento, California

These managers will take on important new responsibilities within L&W Supply while continuing to oversee their local branches.


In addition, L&W Supply announced that Nick Jansen has accepted the position of branch manager for Columbus, Ohio, effective June 15, and that Mike Borgelt has accepted the position of branch manager of L&W Supply Olathe, Kansas, replacing John Twarek who retired June 15, 2020.


Jansen has spent the last two years of his career with L&W Supply, progressing through the roles of inside sales representative and branch supervisor. In November of 2019, he completed the Branch Manager Training Program.


Borgelt has worked for L&W Supply for almost 20 years, joining the company as a delivery driver in 2002. He was promoted to branch supervisor in 2003, a position he held for 15 years until accepting the role of branch manager in Columbus, Ohio in January 2019.

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