5 Executives Earn Promotions at Singer EVI

Raymond Fischer has assumed the role of president of Singer EVI; he most recently served as the division’s vice president of operations.

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Raymond Fischer has assumed the role of president of Singer EVI. Photo courtesy of Singer Equipment Co.

Singer Equipment Co. has promoted five employees to leadership roles within the Singer EVI division. EVI founding partners Tom and Dana Lawson have mentored and prepared the team and will continue to provide guidance through the end of the year, the release states.

Raymond Fischer has assumed the role of president of Singer EVI. Fischer brings extensive experience in foodservice and construction management to his new role. He has served as vice president of operations at EVI for nearly a decade, and previously served as vice president of development and facilities for Rosa Mexicano Restaurants as well as director of construction for Ruby Tuesday.

Other promotions include the appointment of Kerry Thorn to executive director, division operations; Sarah Kernan to executive director, estimating and procurement; Nic Bramer to executive director, sales; and Keith Boeckmann to controller.

Fred Singer, president and CEO, says in a statement, “We are delighted to promote these five executives from within the company and are grateful for the mentorship from Tom and Dana that made it possible. We congratulate Tom and Dana on this exciting new time in their lives, and applaud Raymond, Kerry, Sarah, Nic, and Keith as they too start a new chapter, leading and building upon the success of the Singer EVI division.”

Based in Elverson, Pa., Singer Equipment Co. ranks No. 4 in FER’s 2023 Top Dealers Report.

 

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