Dümmen Orange expands its North American team

Dümmen Orange expands its North American team

The well-known company welcomes four new hires with diverse backgrounds.

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In a statement released on May 5, Dümmen Orange announced its additional hires to its North American team.

Heather VonAllmen arrives as the western sales manager for Dümmen Delta. She is an industry leader in

Heather VonAllmen, photo courtesy of Dümmen Orange

the succulent market and has been based in California for a number of years. VonAllmen led procurement efforts at Armstrong Growers prior to joining Dümmen Delta. Her experience in sales, marketing, purchasing and account management give her a strong vision for developing new products.    

“Heather brings instrumental experience in the succulent and tropical business to Dümmen Delta,” said Andrew Konicki, sales director for Dümmen Delta. “We are excited about her passion for the industry and thrilled to have her join our expanding team. Her views on customer success are celebrated by the Delta team.” 

Jack O'Donnell, photo courtesy of Dümmen Orange

Jack O'Donnell is the new southeast sales manager for Dümmen Orange. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture and crop science from Ohio State University. O’Donnell has held various positions within the landscape and horticulture industry over the past 23 years at places like Plant Development Services, Bailey Nurseries, Monrovia Growers, Oberfields and Pike Nurseries. Having traveled the country searching for new plants, he serves as an industry resource for retailers, growers, designers and consumers. O’Donnell lives in the Atlanta area with his wife and three kids. He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys working on projects in his home and garden during his free time. 

Zach Wilson joins Dümmen Orange as a senior financial analyst for North America. He is a graduate of

Zach Wilson, photo courtesy of Dümmen Orange

Miami University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Having more than 10 years of finance and accounting experience in both the food and retail industries, Wilson previously held corporate positions at Wendy’s and City Barbecue among others. He looks forward to bringing his knowledge and problem-solving skill set to help grow the Dümmen Orange brand and assist customers.

Karyn Swarner is the newest member of the marketing department at Dümmen Orange. Her background is from outside the horticulture industry, but she has a passion for gardening and providing quality customer service. Swarner’s role and job responsibilities will include supporting customers and broker representatives throughout all levels of the Dümmen family of companies by providing suites of sales tools and marketing

Karyn Swarner, photo courtesy of Dümmen Orange

support along with other digital and print assets.

Recent global events have impacted a wide range of industries, but Dümmen Orange is optimistic and enthusiastic about the future.

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