Greenheck says it has promoted several executives to support a new company organizational structure.
“Tim Kilgore, Dave Kallstrom, Rich Totzke, and Scott Graf have been promoted to enhance The Greenheck Group’s winning ways in all entities and target markets,” said Greenheck Group President and CEO James McIntyre. “These strong and experienced leaders will assume new leadership responsibilities and help guide our future success.”
Tim Kilgore, a 12-year Greenheck veteran, has been promoted to president of Greenheck sales and marketing for the Americas. Kilgore will be responsible for all Greenheck distribution channels in North, Central, and South America. Previously, Kilgore led the Greenheck mechanical representative and OEM sales and marketing efforts in North America as president. In an earlier role, he served as division vice president for the Air Control and Architectural Products Division.
Dave Kallstrom, a 32-year Greenheck Fan veteran, has been promoted to president of Greenheck Operations for the Americas. He will be responsible for all of the Greenheck business units serving the North, Central, and South America markets. Kallstrom was most recently president of the Global Ventilation Solutions Division. Earlier in his career, Kallstrom served Greenheck as general manager for International and Grainger marketing, sales and marketing manager for Fan and Ventilator (F&V), product manager for fan and ventilation, product manager for dampers, and sales manager for dampers and louvers.
Rich Totzke, Greenheck Group CFO and treasurer, has been promoted to senior vice president of Shared Services and CFO. His current financial duties and management responsibilities for sourcing, logistics, facilities, and safety will be expanded to include manufacturing, human resources, and legal services. Totzke has been with Greenheck since 2011. Prior to joining Greenheck, he had a 13-year career in public accounting at Wipfli LLP. During Totzke’s tenure as a CPA, he served in various leadership capacities in the manufacturing and construction practice groups providing audit, tax, and consulting advice primarily to privately held family enterprises.
Scott Graf, a 27-year veteran of Greenheck has been promoted to vice president of Greenheck Group Manufacturing Excellence and Sourcing & Logistics. In this new role, Graf will be a consultant to the entity presidents and business unit general managers on manufacturing strategy and execution. In addition, he will be responsible for oversight of Greenheck Group sourcing and logistics. Graf is currently general manager of the Architectural Products business unit. Prior to joining Greenheck, he worked as an industrial engineering consultant.