(Vancouver, WA, September 6, 2022) –TAL Holdings, one of the fastest growing family-owned building material centers in the Pacific Northwest, named Richard Anderson as chief financial officer and Renee Coffman as director of vendor relations and category management.
“We are excited for the impact that these two leaders will have at TAL,” says Jason Blair, CEO. “Richard brings extensive experience in finance and accounting as well as a hands-on approach to leadership that will help support our ambitious growth goals.”
Anderson joins TAL after successful tenures at Intel Corporation, Killian Pacific, and Enron Corporations. He brings over 35 years of experience in finance and accounting, business valuation, tax consultation, debt financing, risk management and leadership. His industry experience ranges from startups to global Fortune 100 companies.
The company also promoted Renee Coffman, who joined TAL in 2015, to director of vendor relations and category management.
“Renee is a passionate leader who has been a key contributor to TAL’s success and growth,” adds Blair. “Her energy, knowledge of the industry and relationships with our vendor community are a great fit for this newly created role.”
Coffman will lead a team that will focus on driving category growth by optimizing product selection and merchandising strategies, improving store layout design, and managing vendor programs. She will report to Dana Cowart, vice president of sales and marketing.
About TAL Holdings
Based in Vancouver, Washington, TAL Holdings is a family-owned company helping to build better communities. At its 25 building material centers located throughout the Pacific Northwest, TAL creates a positive experience for its customers—pros and homeowners alike—by providing guidance for innovative, smart building solutions.
TAL’s family of brands include Badger Building Center, Bayview Building Supply of Elma, Best Built Builders Supply, Browne’s Home Center, Gerretsen Building Supply, Lake Chelan Building Supply, Marson and Marson Lumber, Midway Building Supply, Mount Vernon Building Center, and Tum-A-Lum Lumber.