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November 7, 2011

“We will be exiting three markets, consolidating our operations in three markets and eliminating lines of business in three markets,” said president and CEO Fred Marino in a memo sent to ProBuild employees last month.

All told, the company’s latest round of closings amounts to 12 shuttered locations across the country.

“We will continue to serve our customers in the majority of markets with a more efficient footprint and/or a rationalized service offering suited to each market.”

October 24, 2011

ProBuild has announced the closings or consolidations of 12 of its locations across the country. 

“We will be exiting three markets, consolidating our operations in three markets and eliminating lines of business in three markets,” said president and CEO Fred Marino in a memo sent to ProBuild employees. “We will continue to serve our customers in the majority of markets with a more efficient footprint and/or a rationalized service offering suited to each market.”

August 2, 2011

It’s been a tumultuous summer so far for ProBuild, the nation’s largest pro dealer, as it tries to keep its head above a churning housing market that has already pulled apart or capsized many of its competitors. Being a privately held company, ProBuild has done its best to quietly close or sell off yards, downsize staff and add — or subtract — staffing under the radar.

July 11, 2011

ProBuild Holdings CEO Bill Myrick is no longer with the Denver-based pro dealer, according to an internal memo obtained by Home Channel News.

The email was distributed Monday morning to ProBuild Holdings employees informing them that Myrick, who held the title of president and CEO, is no longer with the company. Fred Marino will take over as CEO, while a search for a permanent replacement is launched, according to the memo. Marino currently serves as vice chairman of the board of ProBuild.

The memo was from Perry Odak, chairman of ProBuild.

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