Erb Equipment Welcomes New Hires

Both new hires bring a combined 72 years of experience to the roles.

📅   Sat June 20, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Joe Roth has been appointed industrial service manager of the Fenton, Mo., branch.
Joe Roth has been appointed industrial service manager of the Fenton, Mo., branch.
Joe Roth has been appointed industrial service manager of the Fenton, Mo., branch. Jeff Mayberry has been appointed training coordinator of Erb Equipment and will be responsible for all aspects of training for the company.

Erb Equipment recently announced two new hires.

Joe Roth has been appointed industrial service manager of the Fenton, Mo., branch.

Roth brings more than 35 years of experience to Erb Equipment, having worked in the industry since 1979.

Roth started as a technician and worked his way up the ranks of management to service manager at another dealership. He has also worked on the agricultural equipment and contamination control and has extensive training in safety and environmental training for engine and transmission diagnostics.

Jeff Mayberry has been appointed training and safety coordinator of Erb Equipment and will be responsible for all aspects of training and safety for the company.

Mayberry has 37 years in the industry with other dealerships. He began his heavy equipment training in the U.S. Army at Fort Belvoir, Va., and was then deployed and stationed in Germany.

Mayberry began as a mechanic then worked his way to general service manager then on to Peabody Energy as a training specialist, where he worked most recently.

“We’re looking for them to bring opportunities to help us grow Erb Equipment Co. and develop the talent is needed to succeed in the future,” said Gregg Erb president, Erb Equipment.

Erb Equipment company is a 71-year-old family-owned construction equipment business headquartered in Fenton, Mo., that represents John Deere, NPK, Genesis and Bomag.

Currently, there are eight Erb locations in Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana. All of the locations are full-service Deere Construction equipment centers offering repair parts, field service, used equipment, rentals, and a full line of new Deere machinery. The Erb headquarters has remained in the St. Louis area, moving from Affton to Sunset Hills in 1959, and to Fenton, its present location, in 1988.