Ash Grove Cement Company Names Meyer as VP and CFO

Words: Dan Kamys

Today the Ash Grove Cement Company has named David G. Meyer as its VP and CFO in the company’s headquarters in Overland Park, Kan. In his new role, Meyer will direct accounting, treasury, internal audit, tax and information technology functions.

“Dave brings 17 years of corporate finance leadership in strategic planning and capital markets as well as financial planning and reporting within a large corporate setting. His prior experience also includes seven years with a Big 4 public accounting firm. Dave is a great addition to our senior management team,” said Ash Grove Cement Company President and Chief Operating Officer Randy Vance.

Most recently, Meyer served as senior vice president – finance for Dairy Farmers of America, a $13 billion dairy cooperative headquartered in Kansas City, Mo. Prior to his employment at Dairy Farmers of America he served as audit manager for Deloitte, also in Kansas City.

“Ash Grove has a great history of success here in Kansas City and is well-respected in the cement manufacturing industry,” said Meyer. “I am eager to use my strong background in accounting and finance and experience with transactions to benefit the company.”

 
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