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Con-Vey Promotes Joe Buck To Product Manager

Con-Vey has announced the promotion of Joe Buck from Sales Engineer to Product Manager, having been with the company for nearly four years.

In his new role, Buck will lead the strategy development and execution of several products at Con-Vey, including particle board, MDF, and lumber, and will be working closely with the engineering, sales, and marketing teams. Buck’s extensive experience in both sales and engineering makes him especially qualified to drive the growth and success of these product lines for Con-Vey.

Dave Larecy, CEO of Con-Vey, comments, “Joe has been a valuable member of our team these last few years, and we’re excited to see him take on this new role. His expertise and dedication to our customers make him the perfect fit for Product Manager, and we’re confident he will excel in this position.”

Jeremy Goebel, Vice President at Con-Vey, also shared his excitement about Buck’s promotion: “Joe is an extremely dedicated professional who has been an instrumental part of our sales team, and I’m thrilled to see him transition to Product Manager. His deep understanding of our customers’ needs along with his technical expertise will be invaluable in driving our product strategy forward.”

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