ProVia, a manufacturer of doors, windows, siding, and stone, has announced several executive transitions effective Feb. 1, 2013.
After 16 years of distinguished service with ProVia, the company congratulates Ed Mullet on his retirement from the full-time position of vice president of operations. Ed will continue in a part-time capacity over the next year, spearheading ongoing expansion activities that are part of the Sugarcreek, Ohio-based company’s master facility plan. Ed’s accomplishments with ProVia are significant and include leading continuous innovation for production processes and playing a key role in expansion initiatives. To learn more about Ed’s contributions to ProVia, please enjoy this blog post
in honor of his professional achievements.
Keith Yutzy has been promoted to vice president of operations. In this role, Keith is responsible for leading the manufacturing, engineering, and field service activities at the Walnut Creek, Sugarcreek, and Baltic locations. Keith has been with ProVia for 13 years and previously served as plant manager at the Sugarcreek facility.
Craig Mullet has been promoted to vice president of corporate care. In this role, Craig is responsible for the direction of employee development, corporate philanthropy, ProVia Cares initiatives, and employee events. Craig has been with ProVia for 20 years and previously served as special projects coordinator.
Brent Mullet has been promoted to vice president of information technologies. In this role, Brent is responsible for leading the corporate IT team and initiatives. Brent has served as corporate IT director for the past 20 years and has led the creation and development of ProVia’s information technology and systems.
Freddie Miller has been promoted to vice president of supply chain. In this newly created role, Freddie is responsible for leading purchasing and distribution activities for doors and windows, as well as serving in an advisory role for these functions for siding and stone. Freddie has been with ProVia for 15 years and was previously director of purchasing.
“We express deep gratitude to Ed Mullet for his exemplary leadership in guiding continuous innovation at ProVia’s production facilities over the years,” says Brian Miller, president. “Though he’ll be staying with us as we complete major expansion projects, it is gratifying to see him take the next exciting steps in his personal journey.
“With our promotions we’re adding accomplished and experienced talent to ProVia’s Corporate Leadership Team,” adds Miller. “This next generation of leaders will concentrate focus on key segments of the business going forward, and we welcome their contributions to the ongoing growth of our company.”