Minneapolis-based ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a national damaged vehicle repair company, announced the reorganization of its executive management team.
According to Rollie Benjamin, president and CEO of ABRA, “This change is a natural response to the growth in the number of ABRA repair centers in the last 24 months. It will enable ABRA to focus on a higher level of operating performance while growing its strategic relationships with insurance partners.”
Effective Sept. 1, Tim Adelmann, ABRA’s current COO, will assume the role of executive vice president of client services. In this new position, Adelmann will work strategically and operationally with ABRA’s clients to deliver industry-leading results to our insurance partners.
Replacing Adelmann as ABRA’s COO is Glenn Mahoney, who joined ABRA on July 20.
Mahoney comes to ABRA after a successful career with Sears Automotive Group. He came to Sears in 1997 as a regional manager as a result of the acquisition of Western Auto. Most recently, he was director of operations and administration where he oversaw the operations, administrative strategy, and leadership of 830 Sears Auto Centers.
Mahoney, his wife and three daughters will be relocating from Chicago to the Minneapolis area.
Started with one repair center in 1984, ABRA has grown to 89 facilities in 10 states.
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