To position the company for continued success, the Sexton Group has announced a number of leadership appointments.

The Sexton Group has seen significant growth in recent years and has evolved from a western focused buying group to the fastest growing national buying group.

“To position the Sexton Group for continued success now and in the future, we’re making strategic organizational changes and announcing leadership appointments,” says Steve Buckle, President.

Sexton Group made the following announcements in a release on January 21st:

Eric Palmer will take on the role of Senior Manager Purchasing. Eric has been actively involved in the industry for over 10 years and four with Sexton. He has shown keen leadership skills, which will help to shape the future of Sexton.

Tom Bell has accepted the role of Senior Manager Business Development. Tom has over 30 years of experience in the building supply industry and is an active leader of industry associations.

Krista Venn – Manager of Programs/Analysis. Krista has been with the Sexton Group for 15 years and has in-depth knowledge of the industry and understands our members’ day-to-day needs.

“I’m proud to see our experienced and forward-thinking people move into these senior leadership roles,” says Buckle. “I know they will strengthen our team and enable us to deliver exceptional service and value to our membership as we continue to grow.”

In addition, it was reported by Hardlines that effective February 1st, Brian Kusisto will assume the role of chairman of the Sexton parent company. He was formerly CEO. Stepping into the CEO role for the Sexton parent company is Steve Buckle, who had been president of the Sexton Group since 2014. His promotion reflects a commitment to plan a future for the company that carries forward its strength and stability.

Sources:
Sexton Group
Hardlines