There have been a number of additional major personnel changes at Mygrant Glass of late. Jean Pero, sales manager, has announced her pending retirement and three other sales representatives have left the company.
Pero announced her retirement in a letter sent to the company’s customers. Her retirement is effective December 31, 2014. Mark O’Brion, a Las Vegas-based territory sales representative; Jeff Copeland, a Chicago-based sales representative; and Tom Foley a California-based sales representative, are no longer with the company.
“After 41 years in the glass business, I plan to retire on 12-31-2014,” writes Pero in the letter to Mygrant customers. “I would like to thank each of you for your business and friendship for the many years I have known you. In retirement, I plan to spend more time with my grandchildren and husband, travel a little more and judge more dog shows. It will be business as usual with Mygrant.”
A new salesperson will be named in the near future, she adds. In the meantime, Tom Kelly, from the Salt Lake City office, will help with customer needs and issues, Pero writes.
“My retirement is bittersweet, as I will miss all of you on a day-to-day basis,” she writes. “[H]opefully our paths will cross somewhere, if not be safe, healthy and sell of a lot of Mygrant Glass windshields.”
O’Brion has moved on to Trulite Glass and Aluminum Solutions, where he is serving as a territory sales manager, according to his Facebook page.
Copeland and Foley have not yet announced new positions.
Mygrant Glass officials had not responded to a request for comment at press time.