Dave Herring was named vice president of Sales for the Transportation Finance Group of Marlin Business Services. In addition, Jack Dison and David Fritzshall joined as senior business development managers. The new addition to the sales team further expands the group Marlin launched in late 2015 to provide financing for the acquisition of new and used commercial trucks and trailers.
In his position with Marlin, Herring will be responsible for national development of partnerships with heavy-duty truck dealerships. Prior to joining Marlin, Herring was senior vice president for GE Capital Transportation Finance. His previous work experience includes sales and marketing positions with Associates Commercial Equipment Finance and CIT. He has been active with the American Trucking Association and American Truck Dealers Association and is a 25-year veteran in transportation finance.
“Dave’s depth of strategic and sales management experience are an ideal fit to lead the Transportation Finance Group,” said Ed Siciliano, Marlin’s chief sales officer. “We’re delighted to have him join the Marlin team to help us grow our valued relationships with commercial truck and trailer dealers.”
Dison will be responsible for sales in the Southwest sales region. Previously, he was a business development manager with ENGS Commercial Finance. He also has worked previously with GE Capital Transportation Finance and Bank of America.
Fritzshall will be responsible for sales in the Southeast sales region. Prior to joining Marlin, he was business development manager with ENGS Commercial Credit. Previous work experience also includes roles at Nationwide Haul and Ascentium Equipment Finance.
“I’m extremely pleased to be working with such experienced industry talent to drive Marlin’s transportation finance growth,” Herring said. “The addition of Jack Dison and David Fritzshall to the team, which includes assistant vice president Roger Beil in the Midwest sales area, will enable us to provide transportation dealers with financing expertise and the highest levels of customer service.”
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