Mygrant Makes Personnel Changes

There have been a number of major personnel changes at Mygrant Glass of late. Three long-time employees recently exited the California-based glass distributor.

Zone sales and operations manager Dave Kidston has retired and zone manager Mark Scroggins and West Coast sales manager Butch Paula have left the company. Longtime company employee Tom Higginbottom is also no longer working as a zone manager at the company but has been transferred.

“I had planned on retiring,” said Kidston, “I had been thinking about it for a couple of years and the timing was good.”

Kidston joined Mygrant in 1997 when owner Mike Mygrant opened a location in Arizona. “I was with them for about 17 years,” Kidston said. “Now that I am retired, I have a lot of projects to work on. I have an old Mustang to restore and we will be spending much more time with our family and our grandchildren,” he said of himself and his wife.

Scroggins, Paula nor officials at Mygrant were available for comment.

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5 Responses to Mygrant Makes Personnel Changes

  1. Antonio Vidal says:

    Congratullations to Tom Higginbottom and obviouslly to Mike Mygrant; I remember both of them very well and good.
    Mr. Crinamex

  2. Rex Altree says:

    Good Luck and Thank You, Dave Kidston, you did a great job and we will miss you. Have a great time in your easy chair. :>)

    Rex and The NewImage/SafePro Auto Glass Team

  3. Dave Kidston was a great guy, well at least according to me 🙂
    I will miss bantering with you dave.


  4. John says:

    More changes coming 🙂

  5. Tosha says:

    I’ve been buying from Mygrant for many years, and while they may be changing personnel, and going to their new paperless system, once they got comfortable with it, my service has been much more consistent and reliable.

    Keep up the good work.

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