Don Anderson named c.e.o. of MFS/York/Stormor
March 01, 2000
by Stormy Wylie
GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA, U.S. — Don Anderson was recently appointed chief executive officer of MFS/York/Stormor, a grain bin and grain handling equipment manufacturer based in Grand Island. He succeeds Virgil Eihusen, who will remain chairman of Global Industries, Inc., the parent of MFS/York/Stormor.
Mr. Anderson also will remain president of MFS/York. He was named to that position in January 1997, when the company was acquired by Global Industries.
MFS/York/Stormor also promoted Wayne Sasges to executive vice-president of operations, Randy Van Langen to vice-president of marketing and Charles Stracuzzi to vice-president of finance.
Mr. Sasges previously was vice-president of operations. He has been with the company for two years.
Mr. Van Langen has been with MFS/York with 1976. He previously was general sales manager.
Mr. Stracuzzi previously was controller. He has been with the company since 1980.