(BEAUMONT, TX – December 31, 2021) – Coburn Supply wants to thank Bill Geyser for the almost 50 years of service and dedication to our Company. Bill has been an integral part of the success of Coburn's and his leadership and friendship will be truly missed.
Next, with Bill's retirement and with the continued growth of Coburn's, we are pleased to announce the following changes. These changes will allow our company to continue operating efficiently while providing outstanding service to our valued customers and partners.
Coburn Supply Company has made changes to its personnel and leadership in the Southwest Louisiana and Texas markets. These changes take effect immediately.
In addition to his current branches of Galveston, Houston, Conroe, Conroe A/C, Baytown, New Caney, and John Moore, Jim Fuller’s territory has expanded to include Huntsville, Liberty, Beaumont, and Groves. Matt Hebert has taken on a new role as sales manager for all of Jim Fuller’s branches. Matt McKenzie will become the Regional Operations and Inventory Specialist in Fuller’s branches and will work on the Warehouse Management System until the project is complete. Mike Smith has taken over commercial sales for the Southwest Texas market. Brian McNeely assumes the role of Branch manager for Beaumont and will serve as Regional Manager for Beaumont, Groves, and Liberty.
Darren Tramel has added Athens, Tyler, Lufkin, and Jasper to his Longview, Alexandria, Ruston, Pineville, West Monroe, Shreveport, Natchitoches, Texarkana, and Bossier City branches. Randy Weaver maintains his role as Branch Manager for Tyler and is now the regional manager for Tyler, Athens, and Longview. Bubba Howell will continue to manage the Alexandria branch and is now the Regional Manager for Alexandria, Natchitoches, and Pineville.
Chris Bilello adds Lake Charles and Deridder to his General Manager duties while maintaining the GM role in New Iberia, Houma, Opelousas, Morgan City, Thibodaux, Eunice, and both Lafayette locations. Nick Morrison assumes the role of Regional Manager of DeRidder and Lake Charles. He will continue to manage the Lake Charles branch.
Coburn’s president Patrick Maloney believes these moves will put the company in a position to better serve its customers. “With these new assignments,” Maloney says, “Coburn’s can streamline activities and increase efficiencies, all of which make us more nimble and responsive.”
All Coburn’s Regional Managers will report to the General Managers of their respective regions.