Sherman to Step Down as Builders FirstSource CEO

August 9, 2017 LBM Journal

Builders FirstSourceDALLAS —Builders FirstSource, Inc. has  announced that CEO Floyd Sherman, age 78, has advised the Company’s Board of Directors that he intends to step down as CEO effective Jan. 1, 2018.

In accordance with the Company’s succession plan, Paul S. Levy, Chairman of the Board, confirmed that the Board intends to appoint Chad Crow, currently President and COO of the Company, as President and CEO effective Jan. 1.

“Today we are formally announcing the transition of Builders FirstSource leadership. Floyd’s stewardship of Builders FirstSource began in 2001, only a few short years after the Company was founded, when Builders FirstSource was at a critical point in its development. Floyd’s vision, leadership and execution were instrumental in creating the business we have today. Through his 16 years of leadership, Floyd has effectively guided Builders FirstSource through industry downturns, numerous business changes and the successful acquisition and integration of ProBuild, and, today, we announce this transition at a time when the Company is producing record results. We owe a great debt to Floyd for his brilliant leadership and his unwavering determination to make our Company the success it is today. We are very pleased that he will remain on the Board of Directors through May 2018, and serve as an employee advisor to the Company through March 2019,” Levy said.

Commenting on the transition, Sherman said, “I could not be more proud of what we have built at Builders FirstSource. I am confident in Chad Crow’s leadership, and know I am leaving the Company in very capable hands. Over Chad’s 18 year tenure, he has been involved in all aspects of our operations, including serving as CFO for seven years and COO the past three years. He was instrumental in taking the Company public, guiding us through the worst housing downturn in history, and setting Builders FirstSource on a positive growth trajectory. His extensive industry experience, knowledge of our operations, and respect for our people, will be invaluable assets as the Company implements its growth strategy in the coming years.”

Source: Builders FirstSource

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