Ken Rowson, VP Sales Western Canada is Retiring!

After 35 years of dedicated service to Alumicor, Ken Rowson has decided to retire from Alumicor effective November 15th, 2017.

Beginning as a sales representative in 1982, Ken Rowson worked in a wide range of sales, branch management and senior management roles with increasing levels of responsibility and scope. “Ken has always been a dedicated contributor, creating new business opportunities and was instrumental in Alumicor’s Western growth”, said Shaun Stephen, Vice-President and Regional General Manager, Western Canada.

Known as a tireless CSC supporter, Ken has been actively involved with CSC for over 25 years and has held numerous positions in the Winnipeg Chapter and has had major roles in the national conferences. Ken personified the commitment to CSC that the entire Alumicor organization has embraced for many years.

“Ken’s leadership with Construction Specifications Canada, industry associations and tireless work with customers will be missed,” said Mike McCaig, Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Alumicor Limited.

We wish Ken all the best and thank him for the 35 years of dedication, leadership, enthusiasm and team spirit. You will be missed!


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