Frazier to be Reynolds CEO

Posted: Updated:
Frazier came to Reynolds in 2016. Frazier came to Reynolds in 2016.
ATLANTA, Ind. -

Hamilton County-based Reynolds Farm Equipment has announced a transition at the top. Owner Gary Reynolds announced Chief Marketing Officer Mitch Frazier will be chief executive officer and Angela Hungate, Reynolds' daughter and a 30-year company veteran, will take over as president.

Gary Reynolds will transition to chairman of the board once Frazier takes the helm. Frazier joined the Reynolds team last March after serving as vice president of marketing at Indianapolis-based TinderBox. He spent several years in marketing leadership roles at ExactTarget and later Salesforce.com.

Hungate has lead account management responsibilities for the company and has previously "worked in nearly every department in our business." She will be the senior Reynolds family member handling daily business operations, which include sales processes and settlement operations management.

The rest of the executive team includes Chief Operating Officer and General Manager Chris O'Neal and Chief Financial Officer Jon Schwander. Reynolds says it is coming off a year of record results and touts itself as one of John Deere's top dealerships.

The company has been in business since 1955. Reynolds' flagship location is in Atlanta and it has shops in Fishers, Lebanon, Mooresville and Muncie, as well as Nicholasville, Kentucky and Xenia, Ohio.

  • Perspectives

    • Investing Lessons from Mount Elbert

      With little mountain-climbing experience under any of our belts, a few friends and I decided to take on Mount Elbert, Colorado’s tallest mountain. While regular climbers may not consider this “Gentle Giant” a tall task, it was for us inexperienced climbers.  Is investing your “tall task”? If so, you can learn a lot from our experiences. And you won’t have to climb a mountain to do it!

    More

Events



  • Most Popular Stories

    • ‘Potential’ Fueling Downtown Makeover in Fort Wayne

      As Fort Wayne prepares to christen its latest big downtown project, Mayor Tom Henry says there are no signs of transformational development slowing down in the state’s second largest city. The Landing, a $34 million downtown redevelopment project, is expected to officially open soon, one of an estimated 14 projects that Henry says can help Fort Wayne become a destination city. Since the opening of Parkview Field more than a decade ago, Henry says momentum has...

    • New study reveals best place in Indiana for young families

      And the Best Place for Young Families Goes To...

      What do you look for in a community when deciding where to start a family and raise your children? There can be several factors to weigh in making a sound decision. Housing affordability. Unemployment rates. Quality of education. Mortage website Lendingtree.com has released the results of a study pointing to the best places for young families in Indiana.

    • (image courtesy of WPTA TV)

      Indiana Plants Impacted by UAW Strike

      The United Auto Workers union, which totals approximately 49,000 workers at 33 General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) plants nationwide, went on strike at midnight. The strike affects workers at GM plants in Fort Wayne, Bedford, Marion and Kokomo. The Fort Wayne plant, which assembles full-size pickup trucks, employs about 4,500 UAW workers. Our partners at WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne report several hundred were seen on the picket line throughout the day. In all, about 7,000 UAW...

    • Photo courtesy of Bristol Parks

      Startup Plans to Add 250 Jobs By 2021

      A metal forming startup is seeking to use a facility in Bristol that has been empty since 2017 for a major manufacturing operation. The Elkhart Truth reports Brinco will invest $52 million in the project and add 250 jobs.

    • Diamond K Sweets Fudge O'Bits

      Spencer Confectionery to be Featured on QVC

      Spencer-based Diamond K Sweets will feature their trademark product this fall on QVC. The company's Fudge O'Bits Holiday Bundle will soon be offered to QVC shoppers, which features its company's top  four selling flavors of fudge.