Roland Snyder Becomes President and CFO; Jack Kroll Moves Up to Chairman and CEO
Highland, UT— Grabber Construction Products, Inc. (“Grabber”), an international distributor of professional-grade fasteners and construction products, today announced that Roland Snyder, currently CFO, has been named President effective immediately. Snyder will continue to retain his CFO duties. Current President and CEO, John (Jack) V. Kroll expands his Chairman role and will retain CEO duties.
Snyder is a 25-year Grabber executive and a key leader in the company’s success. Snyder has been a member of the Board of Directors during his entire career at Grabber. Previous to joining Grabber, Snyder enjoyed a successful CPA career at PriceWaterhouseCoopers working in their Seattle, Salt Lake City, Hong Kong, and SF Bay area offices.
“Roland has been a leader at Grabber for many years, serving at the highest levels in our company. He has been instrumental in our transition to a 100% employee owned company. Roland embraces our values and he champions our culture. We look forward to his continued guidance in the years ahead. We are delighted with his new promotion and fortunate to have benefited from his direction and capabilities,” said Kroll.
Kroll, a 37-year veteran, has been president and CEO of Grabber Construction Products, Inc. since 2009, and previously the former general manager of the Construction Products Division under private family ownership.
“Speaking on behalf of our board, we thank Jack for the job he has done over the last several years as President and we welcome Roland to his new role,” said Bill Reese, Senior Vice President and fellow board member. “During Jack’s career at Grabber he has excelled at many positions including procurement director, regional sales manager, general manager, and President & CEO. His vision and experience, not only in our company but also in our industry, sets him apart with coworkers, associates, and fellow business executives. We look forward to his continued guidance as Chairman and CEO.”
For information on Grabber, please visit www.grabberman.com or call 800-477-TURN (8876).
News release provided by Grabber