US LBM Hires New Human Resources Leader

Radtke succeeds Wendy Whiteash, who has moved into the role of executive vice president of integration & strategic priorities, US LBM said.
Buffalo Grove, Illinois-based US LBM said July 8 it has reached a deal to acquire Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Company, a Texas-based building products supplier to building professionals and homeowners in the Southwest U.S.

On June 10, Illinois-based building materials distributor US LBM announced that Wendy Radtke has joined the company’s executive leadership team as executive vice president and chief human resources officer. Radtke has held CHRO roles with multiple industrial and consumer-facing brands, including Clarios, Babcock and Wilcox and TruGreen.

Wendy Radtke

In her new role, Radtke succeeds US LBM’s CHRO Wendy Whiteash, who has moved into the role of executive vice president of integration & strategic priorities, the company said.

“I’m delighted to welcome Wendy to our team,” US LBM President and CEO L.T. Gibson said. “As a people-focused business, the leadership and wealth of experience she brings in human resources and talent management will allow us to continue to thrive and grow as an employer-of-choice.”

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