|Kevin O’Donnell to Retire in March; To Be Replaced by Staci Frantz.|
|Published Thursday, February 22, 2018|
Top Line Process Equipment Company, a division of Allegheny Bradford Corporation, is pleased to announce the promotion of Staci Frantz to the position of General Manager. In her new role, she is responsible for the entire operations at Top Line. She will be filling the position previously held by Kevin O’Donnell who is retiring in March.
Frantz brings many years of business experience to her new position and has acquired a very diverse background. This includes 17 years of top level management with responsibilities for operations, revenue expansion, profit generation, strategic planning, budgeting and forecasting, asset management, and much more. Her previous management responsibilities at Top Line included purchasing, supply chain management, inventory control, warehouse management, data analysis, data processing, operational excellence, and continuous improvement.
Frantz holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting from the University of Pittsburgh and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She is a Certified Management Accountant and a Certified Financial Manager.
Frantz replaces Kevin O’Donnell who has been with the company since 1985 and has managed the operations at Top Line for the past 22 years. During his tenure, O’Donnell has been instrumental in helping to make Top Line one of the leading suppliers to the food, dairy, beverage, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries worldwide. As well as managing the development of an exceptional customer base, he was responsible for bringing many new products into its line including some very important valve and pump products that have led to much continued growth.
O’Donnell was an active member and formerly on the board of directors of the Food Industry Suppliers Association. FISA is an association composed of the industry’s largest distributors and manufacturers who share a commitment to value-added distribution in serving the sanitary and high-purity processing industries.
|Staci Frantz||Kevin O'Donnell|