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Hoffman Landscapes names Stephen Dumark as department director

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WATERTOWN, Wis. – Fisher Barton introduced that Scott A. Hoffman has been named CEO of the corporate, a Watertown-based group of eight companies that has operations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Texas and Vietnam.

Hoffman, who beforehand was vice chairman of the municipal merchandise group at Neenah Enterprises, Inc. and president of the Sensible Firm, a Memphis-based seating system producer, fills the publish that has been held on an interim foundation since July by Craig Smith, who will return to his place as president of Fisher Barton TST in Solar Prairie.

Hoffman has greater than 30 years of management expertise, largely in casting, stamping and precision machined merchandise within the heavy truck, marine and foundry industries and has a observe report of success in gross sales and advertising, provide chain and product growth.

“Scott’s report of management and demonstrated experience within the manufacturing sector make him a perfect individual to steer our group,” stated David Wilkey, board chair of Fisher Barton. “He understands the benefits {that a} well-run household enterprise gives each to its associates and prospects in addition to to the communities through which it operates. We’re happy to have him be a part of our staff.

“We additionally recognize Craig’s efforts whereas we carried out a seek for our new chief. He has served us effectively, and we’re glad that he’ll proceed to be a part of our management staff by guiding Fisher Barton TST in Solar Prairie,” he added.

Apart from serving as president on the Sensible Firm and as a senior govt at Neenah Enterprises, Hoffman additionally was a vice chairman on the Brunswick Boat Group’s operations in Poland and vice chairman and basic supervisor at Mercury Marine in Fond du Lac. He additionally served as president of a Brunswick unit in New Zealand and as vice chairman of provide chain for the Mercury Marine Group.

“I’m honored to have been chosen to steer the staff at Fisher Barton at this important time, and I sit up for working with such a proficient group of individuals,” Hoffman stated. “I’m particularly grateful for the regular hand of Craig Smith throughout these previous 4 months. He has led the Fisher Barton Group admirably since July, and I’m glad we will depend on his continued contributions to our progress and success.”