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Wasco Names Sneed as President, CEO

Sneed to oversee all company operations

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Wasco, Inc. has named William A. Sneed, Jr. as president and CEO.

TWasco, Inc. has named William A. Sneed, Jr. as president and CEO.
Nashville, Tenn.-based Wasco Inc., a commercial masonry companies, has named William A. “Andy” Sneed, Jr. as president and CEO. Sneed will oversee all company operations and the senior management team.

With more than 30 years of experience in the masonry industry, Sneed joined WASCO Inc. as a laborer in 1977 and has excelled to his current position. Prior to his current appointment, Sneed had served as WASCO’s COO for almost 15 years.

In the 1950s, Robert R. Sneed (a second-generation mason and civil engineer) helped to create the MCAA. Robert Sneed’s family’s business, Bush Building Co., was a member from the 1950s through the 1980s. His son, Andy, was active in the MCAA and formed his own company, WASCO Inc., in the 1980s. Historically, WASCO’s owners and officers have remained active in the MCAA from the company’s formation through the present. WASCO Chairman Brad Procter has served as a regional VP. WASCO’s new president, Andy Sneed, is chairman of the Education Committee, and WASCO board member, Brian Procter is the Tennessee State Chairman. Other board members, Trey and Adam Sneed, are involved with the region of MCAA’s South of 40 group. Four generations of the Sneed family have been mason contractors, and the family plans to continue the legacy.


About the Author

WASCO Inc. is a MCAA Certified Mason Contractor, with additional offices in Knoxville, Tenn., and Bowling Green, Ky. WASCO Inc. also owns Lovells Masonry Inc. in Columbia, Tenn. Divisions of WASCO include New Commercial Masonry, Restorations by WASCO, WASCO Sitescapes, Bush Building Company Inc. and Cumberland Stone Works. Visit www.wasco-inc.com to learn more.

 

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