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Kevin Tratt, the general manager of Blum Canada, is retiring after 32 years with the company.
Blum says Tratt - who started with Blum Canada in 1988 - will officially retire at the end of the year.
Tratt began his career with Blum in April 1988 in sales and became general manager in 1999.
“Kevin has invested 32 years supporting our customers and the industry,” says Iris Sharofi, Blum Canada’s general manager.
“The relationships he has established and strengthened over a long period of time will endure as part of his legacy along with the cornerstone achievement of the new facilities we will occupy early December 2020,” she says.
“We wish Kevin a very happy and healthy retirement. He will continue to be a part of the Blum family for years to come.”
“This transition started officially in July 2019,” Tratt says, “and I am confident to be able to retire knowing that a very capable leadership team will continue on with my legacy.
“I wish the entire Blum team continued success and I look forward to spending more time with my family and friends.”