Tarco announced the appointment of a new president as well as three other appointments. David Snowden III was promoted to president, reporting to CEO Steve Ratcliff. David McCumber was promoted to vice president of sales, a newly created position. Josh Baily was appointed business manager for Building Envelope Products, which is also a newly created position. Jim Tolleson takes over as Southwest regional sales manager, filling the position previously covered by McCumber.
Snowden III joined Tarco in 2016 as a sales representative and most recently served as the material sourcing manager.
“It is with pleasure that I announce the appointment of David Snowden III as president of Tarco,” said CEO Steve Ratcliff. “David was instrumental in supporting our supply chain needs during the COVID crisis. He will lead the company with a focus on growth and profitability.”
Snowden was graduated from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock and received an MBA from the University of Tennessee.
McCumber was promoted from Tarco director of sales to vice president of sales, a newly created position.
“David will focus his efforts on customer relationships and profitable growth. He will work with the organization to enhance the visibility of our new product offerings,” said Ratcliff. “Since joining Tarco, he has been instrumental in building customer relationships with key businesses at regional and national levels.”
McCumber is a 35-year veteran of the roofing industry. He started his career as a territory manager for Dibiten in 1988 and joined Tarco in 2008 as Southwest Regional Sales Manager. He was promoted to Director of Sales in 2018. McCumber received has a BA degree in Business from the University of North Texas. He will continue to reside in the Dallas area.
Bailey was appointed business manager for Building Envelope Products, which is a newly created role at Tarco.
“Josh is charged with leading our technology development and commercialization strategy for profitable growth in this new product segment. He will report directly to me,” said Ratcliff. “He brings with him an extensive background in the field of building envelope products. His knowledge base will allow him to make immediate contributions to Tarco and to the future success of our organization.”
Bailey joins Tarco from the Henry Company where he was a senior building envelope manager. Prior to this assignment, he held positions of increasing responsibility with Typar and James Hardie Building Products. Bailey is a graduate of the University of Kentucky where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. Josh, his wife and two boys will continue to reside in the Raleigh-Durham, North Caroline area.
More recently, Tolleson was appointed Southwest regional sales manager for Tarco, reporting to McCumber. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Tolleson will be and be responsible for the Region's one-step sales. Tolleson has nearly 20 years of experience in building materials construction and sales, serving in several management and sales positions for Typar, Henry Company and Huttig Building Products among others. He was graduated from Oklahoma State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
“Please join me in welcoming Jim to Tarco and offering your full support as he assumes this key position in our business.,” said McCumber.