Dyke Industries is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of North State

Millwork located in Rocky Mount, North Carolina.  “Over the past thirteen years,

NSM built an organization representing a level of quality and service that our

industry should be proud of.  NSM compliments our culture and value systems and

aligns perfectly with our M&A strategy to strengthen and extend our distribution

footprint”, said Tom Armstrong, President and CEO.

–  Chris Mercier


Tom Armstrong is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Mercier as

Vice President of Sales and Operations.  Chris is a graduate of Florida State

University and has served in our industry for nearly seventeen years, most

recently with JELD-WEN Windows & Doors as Vice President of Sales.  “We are

excited to have Chris join the team and look forward to the insight and experience

his leadership will bring to the company.  Please help me in welcoming Chris and

his family to Dyke Industries.”  

–  Tom Armstrong


Dyke Industries is pleased to announce the acquisition of Morgan Wightman

Supply Company to their distribution network. Morgan Wightman is a leading

distributor of millwork and millwork related products in the greater Kansas City,

Missouri area. The Morgan Wightman Management team consists of Jerry Sutton,

General Manager and Bill Ward, Assistant Manager. Both Jerry and Bill have a

Combined 65 years of millwork distribution experience.


This year marks the 150th Anniversary of Dyke Industries, Inc. We all take

great pride in being part of a company that has remained one of the most

respected and successful in our industry. We commemorate this milestone,

and thank all of our employees, both past and present, for their loyalty and

commitment in making our company what it is today.


Tom Armstrong, President/CEO of Dyke Industries, Inc. has announced

the appointment of our new General Manager in Nashville, Tennessee,

Tom Stephens.

Tom has had extensive experience in the millwork distribution business

for a number of years.

Tom and his wife, Shannon, are the parents of three children. We welcome

Tom to our company, and wish him much success in his new endeavor.


Left to Right:  Merritt P. Dyke, Chairman of the Board, Cliff Cornelius,

Senior Vice-President of Sales and Operations, Tom Armstrong, President

and CEO and James T. Dyke, Chairman Emeritus.

January 1, 2013

Tom Armstrong, President of Dyke Industries, assumed the

additional role of Chief Executive Officer.  Tom has been with

our company for 14 years, and previously managed the D.I.

Atlanta operation.  He is broadly experienced in millwork

distribution and known for his energetic leadership.

March 1, 2013

Effective March 1, 2013, Chairman of the Board, James T.

Dyke, has assumed the role of Chairman Emeritus.  He is

succeeded by Vice-Chairman, Merritt P. Dyke, who has

become Chairman.


January 26, 2012

Tom Armstrong, D.I. President, is pleased to announce the appointment

of Cliff Cornelius as Senior Vice President of Sales and Operations.

Cliff’s expertise in management, as well as in branch operations, will be an

invaluable asset to our company.

July 9, 2012

Eric Cashen is our new branch manager at Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

Eric has a background of 21 years, and a successful career, in sales and

management in our industry.

Eric and his wife, Samantha, have eight children, ranging in age from four

months to 15 years, and they are looking forward to this new opportunity in

Rocky Mount.

July 16, 2012

Robin Parker has been appointed as our new manager in Erlanger, Kentucky.

Robin has had 33 years experience and success in sales and management,

and most recently was our branch manager at Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

Robin and his wife, Marian, have two children.  We wish Robin much success

in this new endeavor in Erlanger.

December 31, 2012

Fred W. Edick, CEO, has retired after 33 years of service at Dyke Industries,

Inc.  Under his leadership, our company grew and expanded throughout the

Southeast and Ohio River Valley.  Mr. Edick joined Dyke Industries in July

of 1979.  We all wish Mr. Edick a healthy and happy retirement!