Southeastern Equipment Welcomes Four New Hires

Tue May 13, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Jeff Campbell
Jeff Campbell
Jeff Campbell Rob Taylor Roy Manning Scott Poole


Southeastern Equipment Company recently welcomed four new hires: Jeff Campbell, Rob Taylor, Roy Manning and Scott Poole.

Jeff Campbell has joined the company as operations manager at the Cambridge, Ohio, location. Campbell is managing the parts, sales and service departments for the branch as well as coordinating the trucking.

“We’re glad to welcome Jeff to our team,” said Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern Equipment. “He brings a wide range of experience to our group. We look forward to seeing the contributions he’ll be making.”

For two years Campbell was involved in road and bridge construction with Shaw and Holter Inc., a general contractor in Lancaster, Ohio. Most recently, he served as the inventory and territory sales manager with Modern Builders Supply Inc., an Ohio based building materials distributor, for four years.

Rob Taylor has joined the company as parts associate at the Perrysburg, Ohio, location. Taylor’s responsibilities include parts counter sales and warehouse inventory management.

“We’re happy to welcome Rob to our team,” said Patterson.

Taylor has more than 23 years experience in the parts department with a Caterpillar dealership. Most recently, he was store manager of a Volvo dealer.

Southeastern Equipment Company also has announced that Roy Manning has joined the company as parts manager at the Perrysburg, Ohio, location. He is responsible for parts inventory and sales.

“He brings years of valuable experience in parts to our group. We look forward to seeing his contributions,” said Patterson.

Manning has more than 27 years of experience in the automotive industry. Most recently, he owned and managed Manning’s Media Blasting for 10 years.

Last but certainly not least, Scott Poole has joined the company as operations manager at the Evansville, Ind., location. Poole is managing the parts, sales and service departments for the branch, which includes southern Indiana and Kentucky in its territory.

As parts manager of a John Deere dealership during the past 16 years, Poole gained extensive experience with aftermarket sales and parts inventory management. He has more than 22 years experience.