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STEVE TIPPMANN RETIRES 

John Tippmann, III, replacing him as exec vp

Steve Tippmann, exec vp at / Interstate Warehousing, Fort Wayne, Ind., is retiring from the refrigerated warehousing and construction industries after a career that has lasted just shy of 36 years. John Tippmann, III, will succeed Steve as exec vp of the company. 

Steve’s career began in refrigeration engineering, but his more recent role had him focused on customer relationships and overseeing the sales and marketing goals of Tippmann Construction and Interstate Warehousing. Steve has served in leadership

positions and on boards for many associations throughout the years, including the Global Cold Chain Alliance, American Meat Institute, and Refrigerating Engineers & Technicians

Association.

John, who has been with Tippmann Group for 15 years, is experienced in each division of the company. He began with Tippmann Properties as a Building Manager before spending some time with Tippmann Construction as a Project Manager. John then transitioned to Interstate Warehousing, where he spent most of his time in various levels of operations. He has spent the last two years as vp of sales strategy, working with key customers to continue to build long-lasting business relationships.

Warren Thayer

Warren Thayer

Warren is the Editor Emeritus, Managing Partner for Frozen & Refrigerated Buyer.

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