Dicor Fills Purchasing and Operations Slots

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June 22, 2011 by   Comments Off on Dicor Fills Purchasing and Operations Slots

Anne Cavanaugh

Anne Cavanaugh

Dicor Corp.’s Jerri Hisey has been promoted from director of purchasing to director of operations, while Anne Cavanaugh has been hired to be purchasing manager of Dicor and its affiliate, Vixen Composites.

According to a news release, Hisey has been with the Elkhart, Ind.-based RV supplier since 1991 when she began as office manager. Subsequent positions have included purchasing manager, operations manager and director of purchasing. Her new duties will be to continue purchasing of non-production/non-resale items and supervise all Dicor warehouse and transportation activities.

Cavanaugh comes to Dicor with experience in customer service, materials management and purchasing management. She began her career working in customer service for an RV and manufactured housing distributor, IDC Limited, a division of Kevco. She followed that with customer service work for Owens Corning, and later earned positions in materials management for Owens Corning Fabwel in Nappanee, Ind., and as purchasing manager for Owens Corning Fabwel in Goshen, Ind. Most recently she was employed by another composites manufacturer.

Cavanaugh’s duties will include managing the inventory and conducting the purchasing of all materials for Dicor and Vixen Composites.

Jerri Hisey

Jerri Hisey

“Dicor has a sterling reputation in the RV industry, and the caliber of people here is outstanding,” she said. “I have always known Dicor by reputation and it is a natural fit for me, having worked in distribution and composites. That this feels like a close-knit family makes it even better.”

“Dicor is family,” affirmed Hisey. “The people I work for are the best of the best. I feel I can better serve Dicor in an operations capacity. I enjoy being involved in almost every aspect of the business on a daily basis, both internally and working as needed with customers.”

“Both Jerri and Anne bring great enthusiasm and years of experience to their respective tasks,” said Gregg Fore, president of Dicor. “They will be key players in enabling us to provide innovative products and service that give our customers confidence.”

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