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Gibson Machinery Adds 100 Years of Experience to Staff

Fri January 01, 2010 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Gibson Machinery recently welcomed more than 100 years of experience to its product support and sales staff.

Gibson Machinery added Rob Rivera, Jon Oney and Tim Wagner on product support. The company also promoted Dave Gardner and Josh Lawrence to equipment sales and Bryan Cox to field service manager.

“We are extremely excited about these additions to our team,” said Lee Gibson, president of Gibson Machinery. “This continues to be a critical area of our ongoing pursuit to provide the best in the way of after sales support and comprehensive sales coverage, particularly as this industry rebounds in 2010.”

Rivera comes to Gibson Machinery having been with the Stein organization for more than 15 years. He has experience with equipment service and maintenance and will cover northeast Ohio.

Oney will cover the broad expanses of central and southern Ohio.

Wagner most recently worked with Columbus Equipment. He brings with him more than 25 years of construction equipment experience and covers western Pennsylvania.

Gardner spent the past 25 years with the Bobcat dealer, Leppo. He has a history of relationships with numerous customers in northeast Ohio.

Lawrence will cover western Pennsylvania. He comes to Gibson Machiery with wholesale experience in the industrial field and knows the Sennebogen line.

Cox recently held positions with Columbus Equipment. He has more than 20 years experience with construction equipment and service related opportunities.

Cox will be working from the Oakwood Village location in conjunction with the inside service manger.

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