Paula Hill Named Store Manager of Nacogdoches McCoy’s Building Supply


WASHINGTON, D.C. – September 3, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — cCoy’s Building Supply is proud to announce the appointment of Paula Hill as store manager of its Nacogdoches location at 4009 Northwest Stallings Drive.

Hill is a thirty-year veteran of the building supply industry, signing on with McCoy’s nearly 14 years ago in Longview, Texas. She began her career on the sales floor and served as Store Administrator before moving up to Assistant Manager there and in Taylor, Texas. Most recently Hill has helped guide the Nacogdoches store in her role as Assistant Manager and used that time to develop a great working relationship with the crew.

“I’m excited to help grow the business in this market,” says Hill, “while making sure customers experience the same friendly service they’ve come to expect from our Nacogdoches McCoy’s over the years.”

Regional Manager Darien Swann is enthusiastic about Hill’s management style and leadership. “I look forward to the great impact that Hill will have in the Nacogdoches market,” says Swann. “I’m excited for her move from Assistant Manager to Manager and the new perspective she can bring to this role.”

McCoy’s prides itself on great service, quality products and a knowledgeable, customer-focused staff. When asked about her favorite part of working at McCoy’s, Hill doesn’t hesitate. “I love working for a company with family values,” she says, “and the way those values show up in the way we interact with our employees and our customers every day.”

McCoy’s is one of the nation’s largest privately held building supply retailers. It has provided quality building products and services to its “Born-to-Build” customers since 1927 and has earned the loyalty of builders, contractors, ranchers and serious do-it-yourselfers across five states. The company is headquartered in San Marcos, TX and headed by owner and CEO, Brian McCoy. McCoy’s employs 2,000+ people and operates 86 stores and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico. They can be found online at

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