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.