“On behalf of the Board, I want to thank Joe for his many years of dedicated leadership,” said
“I’d like to thank all of Apogee’s employees for their support and partnership over the past nine years. It has truly been an honor to lead Apogee’s team and I am proud of what we’ve accomplished,” Puishys said. “The timing for my retirement is right for me and the company. We have built a strong leadership team at Apogee with a balance of experienced industry executives along with new leaders who bring fresh eyes to our future. We’ve recently launched new productivity initiatives to complement the growth strategies in our segments. And we’ve navigated the economic and personal challenges of COVID in a manner that leaves me proud of our business performance and proud of how we treated our people. It is the right time and I look forward to working with the Board to ensure a smooth transition.”
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