VantaCore hires new partner, COO
VantaCore Partners LP has hired Perry Donahoo as a partner and its COO.
Donahoo, will oversee all operational aspects of the company as well as assist its business development acquisition efforts.
According to a written statement from VantaCore, Donahoo brings extensive senior executive operational experience to the VantaCore team, having spent more than 30 years in the aggregate and building materials industry.
Donahoo, who began his career with Vulcan Materials Co. in 1978, was president of the Florida and Western Divisions of Florida Rock Industries (1999–2007), after being president of the Southern Division, Construction Materials Group for Vulcan Materials Co. (1995–1998).
“We are excited about adding Perry to the team,” said Colin Oerton, a partner and CEO of VantaCore. “Having spent his entire life in the aggregates and building materials industry, his operations, sales, and marketing expertise will be invaluable to our existing and future operations. We believe his skills are very complementary to the strengths of our senior team.”
Irik P. Sevin, VantaCore partner and head of business development added, “I am particularly excited by Perry’s well respected industry image and relationships, as well as the depth and breadth of his knowledge, which will greatly assist our acquisition efforts.”
Notes Donahoo:”This is a very exciting opportunity to take the knowledge and experience I have developed over 30 years to help lead and expand VantaCore into becoming a significant aggregate company. I have greatly enjoyed all the people with whom I have worked in the past and look forward to building VantaCore with Colin and Irik.”
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