Greer Industries Inc., provider of crushed limestone aggregates and asphaltic concrete, announces the promotion of Robert A. Henn to senior vice president, Andrew Saab to sales manager of Greer Limestone and Asphalt, Marc A. Magro to vice president of Greer Asphalt Division, and Chase Wilson to manager of River Sales and Operations. Effective Monday, the following appointments will officially take place.
Henn will focus on plant development, business strategy and acting as a trusted advisor to Greer Industries President and CEO, John R. Raese.
Henn began his career with Greer in 1970 and has been an integral part of Greer’s growth and success. He earned a Bachelor of Science in public relations from West Virginia University in 1973.
“Bob’s many contributions to the Greer companies will have a permanent impact on our limestone and asphalt divisions,” Raese said. “With Bob’s continued efforts we will look at a number of exciting projects to position our operations for the future.”
In his new role of sale manager, Saab will be responsible for the overall sales operations and strategy for Greer’s four construction aggregate mines and three asphalt plants.
Saab joined the company in 2015 and previously served as Greer’s safety director. He earned a Masters of Science in safety management from West Virginia University in 2012. He was a member of the WVU baseball team from 2008-2011.
Magro’s primary responsibility as vice president of the Greer Asphalt Division includes overseeing all aspects of Greer’s three asphalt plants.
He joined the company in 2010 and has primarily served in a sales capacity representing Greer’s construction aggregates and asphaltic concrete.
Magro earned a Bachelor of Science in multi-disciplinary studies with minors in business, communications and exercise psychology from West Virginia University in 2007. He played on the WVU football team from 2003-2007 and was a four-year letterman.
Wilson, as manager of River Sales and Operations, will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of Greer’s two river terminals and customer service.
Wilson joined the company in 2018 as the River Coordinator and has quickly moved his way up to the manager of the operation.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in criminology from West Virginia University in 2013.
“Greer Industries has a long tradition of success and that success has been driven by dedicated employees,” Raese said. “These four individuals embody all the attributes necessary to keep that tradition going.”