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Organizational changes at Ewing Irrigation

Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply has announced organizational changes to better position the company for future growth, while improving ongoing support for its more than 200 locations. Ewing is the largest family-owned supplier of landscape and water management products in the country.

To support these efforts, Ewing has implemented five strategic transitions to provide greater and more focused support to its stores and employees. These transitions include re-defining and aligning Ewing’s geographic divisions, focusing on employee development and customer education with the creation of the Talent Resources department, merging several shared financial services into one department, combining sales and marketing teams and strengthening its focus on business development.

“Our new company structure is positioning Ewing for growth through increased support and resources for our customers, employees and stores. We have a tenured executive team, leading our efforts and creating greater opportunities for our Ewing Family of employees,” said Douglas W. York, President and Chief Executive Officer.

Ewing’s executive leadership team, led by York includes Richard York, Chief Operating Officer; Mark Finstad, Executive Vice President of Shared Financial Services; Jim Hudson, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing; Jon Luoma, Executive Vice President of Procurement and Operations; J.R. Richards, Executive Vice President of Talent Resources; Cliff Woodbury, Executive Vice President of Culture and Employee Engagement; Jeff Lanahan, Executive Vice President of Business Development; Eric Niedermann, Vice President of Information Technology; Aaron Budimlija, Division Vice President Mountain Central; Ray Murphy, Division Vice President Southeast; Bill Snider, Division Vice President West; Sean Wimble, Division Vice President Texas; Paul Glover, Executive Coach; and Steve Deist, Chief Strategist Officer.

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