Southeastern Equipment Company Names New EVP

As EVP, Hess will oversee company strategy (long term and short term), implement operating efficiencies across all 18 locations, manage manufacturer relationships, and serve as inhouse legal counsel.

Tue May 03, 2016 - Midwest Edition
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As EVP, Hess will oversee company strategy (long term and short term), implement operating efficiencies across all 18 locations, manage manufacturer relationships, and serve as inhouse legal counsel.
As EVP, Hess will oversee company strategy (long term and short term), implement operating efficiencies across all 18 locations, manage manufacturer relationships, and serve as inhouse legal counsel.

Southeastern Equipment Co., Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Thor Hess to Executive Vice President. As EVP, Hess will oversee company strategy (both long term and short term), implement operating efficiencies across all 18 locations, manage manufacturer relationships, and serve as inhouse legal counsel.

“We are very fortunate to have Thor on the team,” said Charlie Patterson, Southeastern

Equipment President. “With his education and experience in many areas of our company,

he is uniquely positioned to spearhead strategic planning for Southeastern Equipment.”

Hess joined Southeastern Equipment in 2014 as Director of Corporate Development

where he helped hone company strategy and assisted in managing corporate operations.

“I look forward to growing our associates, developing our customer offerings, and

expanding our footprint,” said Hess. “My grandfather grew this business into what it is

today and continuing that success throughout my career is very important.”

A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, Hess earned his bachelor's degree in

Business Administration before receiving his Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State

University's Mortiz College of Law. During law school, he served as managing editor of

Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal and as a member of the Business Law

Society.

For more information, visit www.southeasternequip.com.


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