McLanahan Corp. names VP of operations
McLanahan Corp. has promoted Ken Kirsch to vice president of operations. Prior to filling this newly created role, Kirsch served as director of business process operations.
He brings more then 20 years of McLanahan experience relating to engineering, project management, quality, business processes, and more. He will be responsible for providing leadership regarding the operations of McLanahan.
Jay Nartatez now serves as the chief financial officer of McLanahan Corp. Nartatez, who is a certified public accountant, has been with McLanahan since October 2007 serving as the financial controller. His financial experiences range from accounting to payroll to the integration and acquisitions of offices in the United States, Australia, and Europe.
Due to the promotion of Nartatez, Sean McLanahan’s title has changed to executive vice president and chief administrative officer of McLanahan Corp.
The newly formed Environmental Division has led to two position changes. Cory Jenson, who previously served as a regional sales manager in the aggregates industry, will lead the division as the general manager. Also joining the new division will be Brian Prenatt, director of engineering, who previously held the same position in McLanahan’s Mineral Processing Division.
Succeeding Prenatt as the director of engineering for the Mineral Processing Division is Mike Smith. He previously served as the assistant director of engineering for the division.
Another newly formed department is being led by a McLanahan employee. Adam Eardley will serve as the director of the project management department.
Finally, Chris Kelley now holds the position of sales manager for the Aggregate Processing Division. Chris was previously a regional sales manager focusing on the frac sand industry.
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