Our Outstanding Team Members
Meet The New Hires
VanHoosier started as our Construction Warehouse Associate on October 16, 2023. VanHoosier is from Boonville, Indiana and received an associate degree from Ivy Tech. He is excited that every day at ProTherm Supply will be a new day with something different to do. His favorite part of the job is that no day is the same. Before ProTherm Supply, VanHoosier worked as a dump truck driver at a coal mine, so he has a lot of driving experience. When asked who inspires him the most, Hastings said, “My kids.” Outside of work, he enjoys hunting and spending time with family.
Hastings started as our Inventory and Purchasing Assistant on October 2, 2023. Hastings is from Cleveland, Ohio, but she recently moved to Henderson, Kentucky to be closer to her boyfriend’s family. She is currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration. Her family has been a part of the insulation field for generations, so she is excited to continue to learn more about the industry. Before Gribbins, Hastings was the Branch Manager for Bay Insulation Supply (Cleveland) and gained knowledge on products, purchasing, and billing, while also establishing relationships with vendors. When asked who inspires her the most, Hastings said, “My niece and nephew inspire me every day.” Outside of work, she likes to cook and watch Ohio State play.
Cushard started as our Construction Warehouse Associate on September 11, 2023. Cushard is from Grandview, Indiana, but he moved to Evansville to have more time for family. He is excited by the family environment at Gribbins. Cushard said, “Gribbins cares for their employees and is invested in their employees’ happiness. You can help grow the business, but also you can expect the opportunity to grow and expand your career within the company.” His favorite part about his job is the diversity and flexibility that it offers. Cushard likes meeting new people every day and working directly with customers. Before Gribbins, he attended a union trade apprenticeship with the Boilermakers Local 374, and his previous career as a boilermaker provided him with the opportunity to work with various trades in the Industrial Maintenance field, assuming different titles/roles and acquiring diverse knowledge from experienced tradesmen on the job. When asked who inspires him the most, Cushard said, “I am inspired by hard work and success. Nothing feels more inspiring than to see your own hard work or the hard work of others become the progress of success.” Outside of work, he enjoys woodworking and occasionally works with metal, whether it is fabrication or blacksmithing.