Tyler Equipment Adds Three New Employees to Team

Fri January 16, 2009 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Tyler Equipment Corporation has added three new employees to its team.

Perry “PJ” Mason Jr.

Perry “PJ” Mason Jr. has joined Tyler Equipment Corporation as branch manager of Tyler Equipment’s Prospect, Conn., location and sales manager of Tyler’s sales group. Mason brings to Tyler Equipment more than 35 years of construction equipment experience.

He started his construction dealership career in 1974 at Shawmut Equipment where he held two positions over 10 years, including parts manager and assistant service manager.

Most recently Mason was employed by East P B E, Inc. Some of the positions he held over the last 20 years were parts manager, rental manager, marketing manager and sales manager. His most recent titles were branch manager in Connecticut, group sales manager, and member of the board of directors.

Mason has been involved with the CCIA, where he has served on its board of directors in the dealer group, legislative committee, maintenance forum and Connecticut career days.

Geoff Dina

Geoff Dina was recently appointed director of customer support for Tyler Equipment. He brings more than 30 years of experience to the position. His experience includes operation and ownership of wholesale equipment distribution companies as well as sales, marketing, management and consulting with major equipment companies.

Stephen Cote

Stephen Cote has joined Tyler Equipment Corporation as controller. Cote has more than 28 years of diverse accounting management experience, and he recently worked as a plant controller for a Fortune 50 manufacturing company.

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