Food Service Holdings Promotes Its C-Suite

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Stephanie Luros-Gilbert was promoted to executive vice president of corporate growth strategy. Courtesy of Food Service Holdings.

Food Service Holdings has promoted Stephanie Luros-Gilbert to executive vice president of corporate growth strategy and Mike Crider to executive vice president of operations.

In her new role, Luros-Gilbert will spearhead commercially facing efforts and oversee strategic initiatives focused on accelerating growth within the organization while continuing her previous responsibilities as vice president of sales and marketing.

Luros-Gilbert joined Food Service Holdings in January 2020. She previously worked at ITW Food Equipment Group as a national sales manager of consultant services. She holds several appointments with foodservice industry associations, including the Association of Healthcare Foodservice, the Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management, Foodservice Consultants Society Int’l. and Manufacturers’ Agents Association for the Foodservice Industry.

In Crider’s new role, he will add the engineering and custom fabrication project management departments to his umbrella of responsibility. He most recently served as vice president of operations, managing all facets of the manufacturing process.

Crider has been with Food Service Holdings for 13 years. During his tenure, he led initiatives that expanded production capabilities and improved efficiencies by implementing standardized engineering procedures, instituting inventory management controls and orchestrating the relocation of the corporate headquarters.

“Stephanie and Mike’s promotions were well deserved and more accurately align with our corporate vision and long-term goals as we continue our strategic growth efforts,” says Bill Reeves, CEO of Food Service Holdings, in a press release. “Their new roles position the company to further develop market-centric solutions that are focused on driving exceptional execution and uncompromising quality both internally, as well as for the customers we serve.”

The Denver-based Food Service Holdings has three subsidiary companies: BSI, English Manufacturing and Colorado Custom Stone.

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