Windsor Windows & Doors Announces Retirement of Chief Operating Officer

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Fri, Nov 30, 2018

​WEST DES MOINES, IA – Windsor Windows & Doors, a leading maker of windows and doors, has announced the retirement of Richard Stephens, Chief Operating Officer. Stephens will officially retire effective December 31, 2018.

Joining Windsor in 1993 as Vice President of Manufacturing, Stephens is a 30 year veteran of the fenestration industry, holding positions with both Peachtree and SealRite Windows Inc. prior to his employment at Windsor.

“Richard has served in this critical position for Windsor for the past eight years,” said Windsor’s President, Mark Rieser, “Stephen’s leadership has been instrumental to Windsor’s growth and success over the past 25 years. We want to thank Richard for his years of outstanding service and wish him nothing but the best in the future.”

Kent Tindell, current Iowa Plant Manager, has served on the Windsor team for 30 years and will succeed Stephens as the Director of Manufacturing.

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About Windsor Windows & Doors

Established in 1946, Windsor Windows & Doors manufactures and markets Pinnacle wood windows and patio doors, Next Dimension vinyl windows and patio doors, Legend cellular PVC windows and Revive pocket replacement windows. Windsor is owned by Woodgrain Millwork, which is the largest U.S. manufacturer of prefinished mouldings and interior pine doors. Windsor operates its divisional headquarters in West Des Moines, Iowa, and has an additional manufacturing facility in Monroe, N.C. In their total commitment to customers, Windsor promises quality, service, responsiveness and value. For more information, visit www.windsorwindows.com