Greenheck Group announces exciting leadership moves that position the company to accelerate long-term growth and create more value for customers and team members.
As Greenheck Group approaches its 75th anniversary in 2022, the company will exceed $1 billion in annual revenue. To meet accelerating growth and growing customer needs, Greenheck Group is making reinvestments in product innovation, manufacturing capacity and its more than 4,000 team members. The moves in leadership will ensure Greenheck Group’s future vision and goals perpetuate the company’s core values for its next 75 years.Aaron Gotham
Effective immediately, Aaron Gotham and Rich Totzke have been named chief operating officers. Gotham will manage manufacturing operations company-wide, leading the organization’s business units. Totzk will lead Greenheck Group’s shared service, sales and marketing organizations.
In their new roles, they will partner with Jim McIntyre, president, CEO and chairman, in the Office of the CEO, to lead Greenheck Group’s executive team in the next phase of the company’s future.
Mark Belke and Becky Gatzke are each promoted to president and join the Greenheck Group’s executive team. Belke will lead Greenheck Group’s Air Movement and Control division. Gatzke will lead Greenheck Group’s Conditioning and Ventilating Products division.
Matthew Spink and Jim Benville are each promoted to senior vice president and join the Greenheck Group’s executive team. Spink is promoted to senior vice president of Greenheck Mechanical Channel. Benville is promoted to senior vice president of Strategic Partnerships.
Additional leadership moves complete the realignment of the executive team: David Kallstrom will assume the new role of president of New Ventures. Damon Childers is named president of Accurex and Strategic Sales and Kurt Schoenrock is named chief financial officer
Continuing in their current roles are the following: Brian Funfar, chief information officer; Scott Graf, chief manufacturing officer; Bryan LiBrandi, chief marketing officer; Tim Kilgore, president, Greenheck Sales and Carrie Strobel, chief human resource officer.