LEADERSHIP BIOS

 



Tim Loy, President


Tim grew up working for Mallory and for his father and mentor, Avery Loy, and rejoined Mallory full-time in 1999 after getting a business degree from the University of Washington, and a JD/MBA from Duke University, and spending a few years at a large law firm as a corporate associate doing mergers and acquisitions. He has put that training to use in helping Mallory acquire over twenty other family-held safety and industrial supply businesses throughout the West. Tim is responsible for the strategic initiatives that have broadened the company's capabilities into adjacent markets, such as training, cleanroom, industrial, and contractor supplies so that Mallory can provide customers with broader solutions while retaining expertise in each area, and is an expert at vending solutions for customers.  Tim also launched and takes pride in the Mallory internal intentional cultural initiative, The Mallory Way. Tim serves on the Board of Directors for supplyFORCE, a national accounts solution across multiple categories. Tim enjoys soccer (he was once named Oregon Youth Soccer Coach of the Year), basketball, running, and spending time with his wife and two high school age kids.




Brian Loy, CFO/CIO, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Information Officer


Over the last 20-years at Mallory, Brian built high-performance IT and Accounting operations  -- and evolved to become the company?s CFO/CIO. Growing up, Brian spent summers working with his father and brother, Tim Loy, at Mallory. After attending University of Oregon and working in IT and accounting in Santa Fe, NM, Brian was excited to return to the Northwest and work with his brother again. Brian is always ready for the next development. A common phrase around Mallory is, "Ask Brian!"  In addition, Brian serves as a City Council Member for the City of Wood Village, OR. In his role on the Wood Village City Council, Brian provides a pragmatic and calm voice for the people, while using his patience and ability to listen to help guide the decision makers of Wood Village. Brian and is an avid soccer fan, and has spent many years coaching, assisting and playing soccer with local athletic teams. He enjoys spending time with his four sons, golfing and rooting for the Oregon Ducks.




Allison Windsor, Director of Government Sales


Allison Allison oversees Mallory?s awarded national government contract, Omnia/U.S. Communities, assisting city, county and state agencies procure their law enforcement, homeland security, fire/hazmat, and general public safety equipment and services. Allison brings over 25 years of sales and marketing experience to her role at Mallory having helped start ups in the non-profit sector, consumer packaged goods and grocery, as well as entertainment and beauty industries. Allison's introduction to the safety industry was at SafetyMate where she introduced a new safety invention and product category to the industrial safety and juvenile channels. When Allison is not helping purchasing directors eliminate their stacks of bid solicitations, she keeps busy on the weekends in Los Angeles mentoring children in performing arts and producing a 1940's WWII big band act.entertainment.



Marc A. Maher, Vice President of Sales Central Region 


Marc brings Mallory more than 35 years in sales and management. From the retail sector, to consumer products, to fire protection and finally to safety/industrial/MRO solutions, he has been a standout performer, manager and leader. In his career, Marc previously led teams at two national distributors and throughout his career has developed a strong track record of high-performance, hands-on account management with many Fortune 500 companies. Marc thrives on the discovery process and formulating programs and solutions to meet specific needs. His experience has built hundreds of strong supplier relationships that he, and his customers, greatly value. He is known as a humble leader with a positive attitude, and is always working to help Mallory's customers be more safe and productive. Marc is passionate about Mallory's customers' needs; and he strives to learn and share his knowledge every day. He is most proud of his family, including his wife and two kids, and is always up for a round of golf.




Andy Mitchell, Vice President Sourcing and Supplier Relations


Andy Mitchell is Mallory Safety?s product expert, and Vice President of Sourcing. Andy provides, ?the secret sauce,? that allows Mallory to deliver products that solve customers? needs with the best pricing.  Andy grew up in the industry, starting in 1987 working in the warehouse for a regional safety distributor ? and grew his knowledge, evolving to lead customer service, purchasing and sales. He moved into management  for a National Independent Safety Distributor where he was Vice President of Operations for the US and Canadian business. During his 14 years there, Andy developed expertise in  global sourcing, product importing, and developing a private label brand. During this time, Andy developed a strong global network of leading safety and industrial equipment factories.  Following this success, Andy  spent 4.5 years managing sourcing, logistics and marketing for a leading International Safety and Janitorial Supply Company where he directed the importing of more than 100 shipping containers a month. Then, after 30-years of positive interaction with the Loy family, Andy joined Mallory in 2015, where he was excited to get back to his passion of Safety Equipment.  Since 2015 he has developed and sourced more than 600-exceptional safety products from around the world in Mallory?s Diamond M, Techtrue, and Westerly brands, that provide enhanced worker protection, comfort and durability. Andy has served on Distributor advisory committees for 3M, MSA, Kimberly Clark and others ,and is currently on the product committee for the Affiliated Distributors Buying Group. Andy and his wife Sonya love the Pacific Northwest, and he enjoys walking to the Mallory office each day from downtown Portland, where he they live.  Andy has maintained his Midwest passion for college football, and he returns to Ohio each fall to watch his beloved Ohio State Buckeyes. ?Go Bucks!? 




Lorene Simmons, Operations Manager


Lorene brings over 20 years of experience in distribution to Mallory Safety and Supply. She started in an entry level position in a craft supply warehouse and has held most positions associated with distribution. She has been an order puller, customer service representative, traffic manager and even a co-owner in a furniture distribution company for four years. She joined Safety and Supply in 2006 as the purchasing manager and has worked hard to help create a culture of process improvement. Her role of Operations Manager for Mallory Safety and Supply gives her the platform to get all individuals in the organization to adopt the process improvement philosophy while also giving her the opportunity to help individuals excel in a team environment. Lorene spends a lot of her free time serving others through her church activities. She has a huge heart for her family and friends and enjoys camping with her husband and son.




Michael Carmassi, Vice President, Sales


Mike was part of the California Safety & Cleanroom acquisition in 2005. Educated at San Jose State University, Mike has spent 28 years providing solutions and services to both the safety and controlled environment markets. In his current position as Vice President of Sales, Mike manages the California Sales group and vendor relations for critical environment, but has experience as Director of Marketing, producing catalogs, creating websites, and specific target marketing tools. Mike has been instrumental in developing Mallory's core competencies for VMI (vendor managed inventory) systems, which translates to Fast, Dependable, Reliable Service at Competitive Prices! Mike enjoys all sports, including golf, swimming, and cycling. Mike has 3 great kids, and makes his home in San Jose's Almaden Valley with his wife Kim.



Robert Siegel, Director of Training


Rob has a degree in Civil Engineering and Mechanics from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee as well as Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern University. Rob joined Mallory as part of the ENSA acquisition in 2012 and is now the Director of Training, where he is a company liaison for key relationships that support financial and operational objectives. He has authored and manages programs which set new standards and best practices in Occupational Work Height Safety for specialty industries as well as Professional Development, Leadership Training and Technical Rescue and Occupational Safety & Rescue training ensuring operational excellence. Throughout his career as a work at heights professional, totaling 13 years, he is considered to be a Subject Matter Expert (SME), serving many organizations, customers and committees, for Work at Height Safety, Confined Space and Technical Access. Rob is committed to continual learning and professional development. Rob enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.



Barry Woods, VP of Sales


Barry began his career in the safety industry when he left Bank of America in 1983 to join Industrial Safety Supply Corporation (ISSC). As a second-generation family business owner, Barry became President in 1987 after purchasing ISSC from his family. Barry added technical services and supplies to ISSC?s offerings, as part of his strategy to differentiate the company and drive value for customers. During his career he was a founding member of the Safety Marketing Group, SMG, and served two terms on their Board. In 2018, Barry and ISSC joined Mallory, folding into a larger, like-minded company which has the same strong values and expectations around customer service and commitment. Barry has two great kids and has been married for over 30 years to his wife, Anne; they live in Northern California. When Barry?s not working, he?s an avid golfer and tennis player and enjoys spending time with family and friends.  



Lance Rudolph, Safety Director / Director of Field Services


Lance brought Mallory 14 years of workplace safety experience managing high-profile projects in various industries. He has held positions as site supervision, manager, and director representing subcontractors, general contractors, and owner groups. Lance attended the University of Louisville in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky and after school, hit the road as a safety professional. He provides Mallory Professional Support customers with safety expertise, lean manufacturing experience, and a team-first attitude. Lance currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and two children. He is an avid mountain biker, ice hockey player, and looks forward to coaching his little ones when they are ready.