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Sto Corp. Announces Changes to Its Senior Management Team

Sto Corp., Atlanta, announced changes to its senior management team that will help shape the company’s future success as it focuses on strategic opportunities for growth.


Kevin MacKinnon has been named senior vice president of sales and marketing, reporting to David Boivin, president and CEO, and is responsible for strategic direction, sales and marketing leadership and channel management. He comes to Sto Corp. from Propex Operating Company, LLC, Chattanooga, Tenn., where he served as president, infrastructure solutions. MacKinnon’s leadership experience also includes management positions with various companies in the building products industry, among them Industrial Insulation Group, LLC, Manson Insulation Corp. and Roxul Inc.


Martin Parker will report to MacKinnon in his new position as vice president of marketing. In addition to leading the marketing group and spearheading new product introductions, Parker will pursue acquisition opportunities in the United States and Canada and will retain membership in the senior management team. His career with Sto Corp. spans more than 21 years, including his most recent assignment as vice president of operations. His work experience also includes nine years with Philip Morris USA, Richmond, Va.


John Yankovich returns to Sto Corp. as vice president of operations. He also will report to Boivin and will oversee manufacturing and supply chain functions. Previously employed by Oldcastle Enclosure Solutions as vice president, supply chain, Yankovich’s career includes more than eight years with Sto Corp., most recently as manager of the supply chain management group, and 20 years with CertainTeed Corp., Mountaintop, Pa., and Athens, Ga., where he held various supervisory and management positions in engineering, maintenance, plant services and plant operations.

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