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Orgain Building Supply names Chuck Mailloux as general manager

Orgain Building Supply, an Ambassador Supply company, announced Chuck Mailloux as general manager. 

“We are excited to announce Chuck as General Manager for Orgain Building Supply,” said Randy Carman, president of Ambassador Supply. “His extensive knowledge in the industry, coupled with his management background, make him a perfect fit for this role. We are eager to see how he elevates the company to new heights.” 

Mailloux has over two decades of experience in the building supply industry. During his career, Mailloux has held various positions including director of operations and general manager at Honsador Lumber, regional manager at Higginbotham Brothers, and most recently, vice president and general manager at Warner Robins Building Supply. 

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“I look forward to working with the Orgain Building Supply team and customers under the leadership of Ambassador Supply,” said Mailloux. “The companies’ commitment to business growth and overall values align with my own, and I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.”

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