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Beacon Roofing Supply, Inc. (the “Company”) (NASDAQ:BECN) announced today that it has appointed Brendan P. Daly as Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer and Patrick G. Murphy as Executive Vice President, Business Improvement.
Mr. Daly has over twenty-five years of experience in sourcing, logistics, transportation and purchasing in both manufacturing and distribution environments. Prior to joining Beacon, he was the Vice President of Supply Chain-Americas for Zodiac Pool Systems based in California. Mr. Daly’s prior experience includes working for Cooper Industries, The Stanley Works and General Electric, all in supply chain roles. Mr. Daly has a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy. He and his wife Paula will be relocating from San Diego, California to Herndon, Virginia.
After assisting with the transition of the supply chain role to Mr. Daly, Mr. Murphy will be leading business improvement projects across the Company, with focus upon assisting with recent and future acquisitions. Mr. Murphy started his career in the roofing industry and has been with Beacon for over twenty-five years. In 2008, he became a Senior Vice President at Beacon and in 2011, he was promoted to Executive Vice President. Mr. Murphy and his wife Charlotte will remain located in Goldsboro, North Carolina at the headquarters of Beacon’s South Division.
Paul Isabella, the Company’s President & Chief Executive Officer, stated: “I am excited to work with Brendan again and have him join the Beacon team. Through working with him at Cooper Industries, The Stanley Works, and GE, I know that his strength in strategic and tactical planning and implementation will be a benefit for Beacon as we continue to drive continuous improvement through our purchasing and supply chain organization. He will be able to build upon Pat Murphy’s great work in building our supply chain organization and this will allow Pat to return to an operational improvement role. These moves further will strengthen Beacon’s senior management team.”