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MOVERS & SHAKERS

Tom Oberdorf
SIRVA INC.
Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.

SIRVA Inc. has promoted
Tom Oberdorf from chief
financial officer to CEO.
OBERDORF
Oberdorf succeeds Wes
Lucas, who is vacating his role as CEO
of SIRVA to join Gryphon Investors,
a private equity firm. Lucas will
continue to serve on SIRVA's board
of directors.
Oberdorf has been CFO of the
company since 2011. Prior to joining
SIRVA, he held executive positions at
several leading technology and business
services companies, including as CFO
of Getty Images and, more recently, as
CFO of Infogroup.
"Tom is an outstanding leader
and will ensure SIRVA's continued
success," said Larry Bossidy, SIRVA's
board chair.
"I am excited for this new role and
am honored to continue SIRVA's success in creating value for its customers,
agents and shareholders," Oberdorf
said. "We have built a great platform
for sustained growth and look forward
to continuing to serve our customers
with the highest of quality. This

will result in increasing our market
share, innovating in high-value areas,
expanding into new markets, enhancing our productivity and increasing
our cash flow for shareholders."
Joe Stackhouse
ATLAS VAN LINES
Evansville, Ind.

Joe Stackhouse has been
named president and
chief operating officer
STACKHOUSE
of Atlas Van Lines.
Stackhouse brings extensive experience in the telecommunications
and energy management industries,
most recently as president and COO
of American Utility Management
(AUM) in Chicago.
At Atlas, Stackhouse will be leading the company's household goods
division, including transportation
services, corporate marketing, revenue distribution, customer service,
agency development, information
technology and the Avail Move
Management subsidiary.
"We searched extensively for the
right person to lead the Atlas Van
Lines household goods division, and
Joe quickly rose to the top of our

list due to his experience assisting
service-oriented companies," said Jack
Griffin, vice chair and CEO of Atlas
World Group Inc., parent company of
Atlas Van Lines. "Joe's energetic and
impassioned attitude will serve him
well in directing a wide variety of
departments at Atlas."
Throughout his 30-plus years of
experience in the telecommunications
industry, Stackhouse has held senior
leadership positions that have included
stints at AUM, TCI, AT&T, Comcast
Corp. and Charter Communications.
He has an impeccable record of
improving service quality and
operating performance by executing
customer-focused strategies. That is in
addition to his expertise in managing
large-scale workforces and customers
within organizations.
"I've spent my career serving
customers, and I feel confident that my
experience will ensure my success as I
support Atlas' essential initiatives across
departments," said Stackhouse. "I look
forward to working closely with agents
to build on Atlas' past successes and
create a sustainable future through
Atlas' overall strategic plan, which will
produce results for years to come." n

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AMSA PARTNER PROFILE

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Direction January/February 2018

FROM THE PRESIDENT
INDUSTRY NEWS
WHAT’S NEW AT AMSA
AMSA PARTNER PROFILES
Generations on the Move
Forecasting the Future
WASHINGTON WATCH
FAST FACTS
ADVERTISERS’ INDEX
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Direction January/February 2018 - INDUSTRY NEWS
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