Middlebury, Ind.-based Jayco Corp. today (Sept. 5) announced that Glenn Troyer has resigned as president of the company’s Entegra Coach Inc. subsidiary.
In making the announcement, Derald Bontrager, Jayco president, said that Troyer indicated a desire “to take time off to pursue a number of personal interests before he moves on to the next phase of his career.”
Bontrager added, “Since the inception of Entegra Coach earlier this year, Glenn has brought both strong product knowledge and a customer-based orientation to our operations. His excellent reputation in our industry is well deserved and the Jayco family wishes him well in his future endeavors.”
Jayco formed Entegra Coach in April after it purchased certain assets of the former Travel Supreme Corp. Based in Wakarusa, Ind., Entegra Coach manufactures and markets luxury fifth-wheel travel trailers under the Emblem and Alanté brand names and Class A motorhomes with the Aspire, Anthem and Cornerstone nameplates.
Bontrager said that Troyer would not be replaced.
“Entegra’s product offerings are well set and we will now focus on the work of building the Entegra Coach name in the marketplace,” he said. “The Entegra Coach team will report to the appropriate Jayco corporate executives.”