Hotel & Restaurant Supply Names Executive VP, Senior VPs

Marcus Lyon. Photo courtesy of Hotel & Restaurant Supply.
Marcus Lyon. Photo courtesy of Hotel & Restaurant Supply.

New leadership is taking the helm at Hotel & Restaurant Supply as the company announced an executive vice president and three senior vice presidents.

Marcus Lyon, who joined H&R Supply in 2007, was named executive vice president and will work with three new senior vice presidents: Jim Moran, Maribeth Angelo and Wayne Horne.

“Marcus’ strong, attentive and honest work ethic, along with his strong business sense and experience in all areas of our company, will be a vital part of our continued organizational growth,” said H&R Supply President Mason Greene. “He has a track record of success in whatever he sets out to accomplish and has a strong desire for H&R to be excellent in all that we do.”

Lyon has served as the 68-year-old company’s general manager since 2014, while supporting and working on other corporate initiatives.

Moran, a 20-year veteran of the company, will serve as senior vice president of vendor relations and branch development, while Angelo, who joined H&R Supply in 1994, was named senior vice president of business development. Horne was named senior vice president of finance and operations. He joined the company in 2008.

“Jim, Maribeth, and Wayne will work closely with me and Executive VP Marcus Lyon on strategic planning and implementation of H&R’s corporate initiatives. We, along with the rest of our talented team members, are excited to continue to build on H&R’s strong legacy of customer satisfaction and growth,” said Greene.

H&R Supply provides commercial foodservice equipment, related supplies, contract furniture and custom fabrication. It has six locations across the southeast. H&R Supply ranked No. 17 on FER’s 2021 Top Dealers list, with sales of nearly $83 million in revenue in 2020.

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