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Jayco Inc. Announces Changes in Management

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February 6, 2013 by   Leave a Comment

Akos Sefcsik, Devon Miller and John Ganyard

Middlebury, Ind.-based Jayco Inc. today (Feb. 6) announced changes in its senior management team as a further step in its plan to “strategically position the company for long-term growth,” according to a press release.

Changes include:

• Devon Miller has been named vice president and general manager of the Jayco Towables division.

• Akos Sefcsik has been appointed vice president and general manager of the Starcraft RV division.

• John Ganyard will become vice president and general manager of the Jayco Motorhome Group division.

In making the announcement, COO Jim Jacobs said that the management changes are part of the company’s previously announced plan to structure Jayco into three operating divisions. “We are committed to a strategy of aligning our resources to the specific product needs and opportunities within the markets we serve,” he said. “And we believe this management team will allow us to raise our customer focus and improve the speed at which we develop new products and ideas.”

In December, as part of the company’s restructuring plan, Jayco announced that Jacobs had been promoted to COO of the company. Until that time, he had been general manager of the Starcraft RV and Jayco Motorhome Group divisions.

A veteran of nearly 30 years of service with Jayco, Miller began his career in the company’s parts distribution division and has served in various production and operations management capacities. Most recently, he was vice president of operations for Jayco’s Middlebury towables production.

Sefcsik has served as vice president of operations of Jayco’s Twin Falls, Idaho, facilities since 2009. He is a 20-year veteran of Jayco and has held a variety of assignments in manufacturing and industrial engineering.

Ganyard joined Jayco in February of 2011 and most recently was vice president of administration. He has more than 25 years of experience in human resources and manufacturing management.

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