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Record setting 75th The magic of
attendance celebrations running


The Do it Best Spring Market is almost here which
means many from our team will be heading to
Indianapolis February 7-10. With all the preparation in place, this
market promises to be an incredible weekend for everyone in
attendance, especially because member feedback shows that this
time of year is better for members. “Looking at combined point
of sale data from our members, we saw that May isn’t an ideal
time for them to leave their stores. It’s among the busiest months
of the year because of the spring selling season,” says Meeting
and Expo Manager Vince Slack. “We made the move to February,
and with all the connected walkways between the hotels,
attractions, and the convention center, we know our members
are going to have a great time regardless of the weather.”
After its successful debut at the fall market, we are bringing The Launch Zone and New Item Gallery will also return this
back Core Solutions, this time with a focus on hand and power market with members’ first look at innovative new products.
tools. “Core Solutions supports a proactive shift from suggesting On Sunday afternoon, members can score big savings on special
what our members could do with their assortments in these core vendor and warehouse deals during the Live Auction. “At last
categories to recommending what they should do,” says Division fall’s market, the auction generated over $200,000 in sales and
Merchandise Manager Jason Stofleth. “We are bringing a store helped create excitement on the market floor. We expect that will
to life and showing them what it should look like to help them continue to grow this spring,” says Vince.
dominate in their market where we have product dominance.”
We are unleashing powerful educational opportunities all
The market is a can’t miss opportunity for LBM members. “Our weekend long with our slate of Knowledge Central sessions.
team is working to drive sales for members through scheduled “This new setup provides training flexibility so members can learn
meetings with vendors,” says Building Materials Sales Manager at the times best suited for them,” says Member Educations &
Dusty Weinzierl. “These meetings promote relevance among Special Events Manager Meagan Baker. Another enhancement at
members and vendors, and positions our team as a strong the market will be the Spring Party on Saturday night. Members
resource.” Additionally, LBM members will start the weekend will get to let loose while connecting with our team and fellow
with access to the leading resource in modern building science members.
during the Construction Instruction workshop.
To show members how event marketing can help them connect
to customers in a fun and effective way, we are staging three
in-store events on the market floor at the Event Marketing Hub.
“During our Tots’ Toolbox, Ladies’ Night, and Contractors’ Night,
members can pick up great ideas to enhance their next in-store
events,” says VP of Marketing Rich Lynch.
With everything we have planned for the new spring market,
our members should expect an exceptional experience to kick off
their success in 2020. Whether you are making the trip to Indy or
not, the hard work of everyone on the Do it Best team ensures
we’re making the best even better.

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One of the great benefits of being a Do it Best team
member is that you can purchase merchandise listed in the
HELP YOUR DOCTOR HELP YOU Do it Best catalog at our lowest member pricing. This savings
opportunity allows you to buy merchandise for private use.
Be sure to present your new insurance card at your first doctor's The benefit prohibits the resale of items to anyone else,
office visit of the new year. Additionally, let your physician know regardless of whether you would be reimbursed or profit
that claims are now filed through a new claims processor as noted from the sale. Follow your location’s procedure for placing
on the card. All information needs to be updated with the new merchandise orders. New team members should ask their
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group and member ID number in their system. Additionally, be manager for details on the ordering procedure, deadline,
sure to share your insurance information with your pharmacy. If and merchandise pick-up day. To learn more about this
they have questions about coverage, ask the pharmacist to call the benefit, please review the complete policy on page 40 of
phone number on the card. the Team Member Handbook.


We are actively recruiting new team members to join the Do it Best family. Our
referral program is a great tool to help us attract and retain quality candidates while
recognizing everyone’s effort to strengthen our team. Our referral program rewards you with a
$250 merchandise credit when you recommend a candidate who is hired and employed for at
least 90 days. While staff at every location have earned this reward, our team in Montgomery has
developed a particularly good system for promoting it.
GRADUATION Department Manager Gerry Carrick hangs signs around the warehouse and the team frequently
discusses the program during their weekly meetings. Additionally, they have a large reusable check
NOTICE with the Montgomery
logo for team members
Prepare now to acknowledge to pose with when they
your graduate in Issue 6 receive their referral
of Family News, coming award. Finally, the
in June. Submissions are office coordinators
accepted for staff members, work to make sure
their spouses, children, and that team members
grandchildren. Photos will know how to properly
be printed in full color so fill out the form to
a color image at 300 dpi finalize their referral.
or higher is preferred over “The referral program
black and white. To ensure has been very successful
accuracy and streamline across the board,”
the process, we are only says National Logistics
accepting digital submissions Manager Steve Rose.
through Workbench. “Some of our staff
Warehouse team members have referred multiple
can also submit photos candidates who, in turn,
and graduation info to have become valued
their office coordinator for team members. It’s a
publication. Submissions are win for everyone.”
due by May 1.
Steve presents Maria Carpio with her award for referring Yesica Quispe.

EASY ACCESS TO Misplaced your most recent copy of Family News? You can easily access an electronic
version any time by signing on to Workbench from work or home. We archive an entire
FAMILY NEWS year’s worth of issues in the Family News section.

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Each January we recognize our non-exempt team members who achieve perfect attendance with no tardies during
the previous calendar year. In 2019, 56 staff from across the company achieved this milestone - with many of them
celebrating multiple years of perfect attendance. All recipients received a certificate from President & CEO Dan Starr along with
a reimbursement check for the unused sick/professional time or the option to bank the accrued hours. Our Woodburn team was
recognized as the warehouse with the most staff maintaining perfect attendance in 2019.
Congratulations to all of those who had flawless attendance last year. Keep up the great commitment!



Cindy Vickie Christine LuAnne Melissa
Adkins Baker Bradmueller Jahn Ortiz
DIXON - Joel Kipping, Steve Kaiser and not
pictured is Brad Burgess FORT WAYNE - Jeff Louden, Teresa Vorst, Chad Frederickson, Vickie Baker, Chris Seplak,
June Hoffman, Lisa Leach, Laurie Kroeber, Debbie Wagner, and Joyce Pierce


LEXINGTON - Sharon Matthews, Helen Settles, MEDINA - Mark Hamilton, Dave Schultz, Tim Komjati, Rick Summers,
Mike Thomason, Barbara Walker, and Becky Nichols and Jim Rose


MESQUITE - Sarah Beck and MONTGOMERY - John Soultanakis, Mike Heter, SIKESTON - Diana Horn, Mary Keys, and
Winnie Ethington and David Casamento Mary McClanahan

Susie Luan
Livingston Nguyen
WACO - Joel Deshazo, Cindy Harriman, Jason Suggs, and WOODBURN - Juan Garcia, Jay Eichenauer, Tony Phipps, Loralee Graham,
Monica Martinez Karen Wagenman, Moises Ascencio, Paul Jaudes, Antonio Amador, and Mark Fleming

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KUDOS TO THE ORDER TEAM family news access Welcome
to the
Every department and team member at Do it Best works hard to help our member-
owners grow and achieve their dreams. Over the holiday order period, the Order
department team worked exceptionally hard with a small crew. “We had an unexpected high call Family
volume over the holidays and were very short staffed on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve,” says
Order Engagement Manager Kelly Koeneman. “Our team pulled through even amidst the many Dixon
changes happening in our department. Two team members were selected for other positions in the Tina Moeller
company and we added two new folks. I’m very proud of the work they have done.” Matt Sauer
Fort Wayne
Austin Bowers
Gabe Guerrero
Jackie Smith
Micah Swerens
David Voirol
Ben Chech
Melanie Cook
The Order department helps members navigate our supply-chain systems so their orders meet expectations and arrive
when they need them most. Matt Garcia

In the first decades of the
company, HWI began holding district meetings for
member-owners. Together with employees from
the home office, members learned from each other
a great deal about advertising, merchandising,
and employee relations. The meetings were held in
whatever halls could be lined up by the local
member host.
At the meetings, facilitators would tape signs, sale
banners, and motivational messages to the walls
of the meeting room. The signs back then had a
tendency to fall off the wall before the meeting was
over, so they turned it into a game. When the first
sign fell, the person who had originally taped it up
would be tasked with buying ice cream sundaes for
the staff after the district meeting. This unlucky person
was often called a fresh pigeon (or rookie) because
they didn’t know how to properly tape their sign to It was only a matter of time before one of Haley Toliver adds her memory
the wall to keep it from falling off. these signs fell down. in Fort Wayne.
To salute all the fresh
pigeons in our company’s
early history and recognize
our humble beginnings,
each location will celebrate
with ice cream sundaes
during the month of
February. And, check out
all the great photos from In Lexington, a team
January’s 75th event where member recalls the warm
we had company trivia and welcome she received
a first day memory wall. from everyone. In Mesquite, team members had great memories sorted into different time frames.

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Trisha Hinen
turned 50 on
January 17 and
her team in
helped her On January 28, team members Members of the Dixon team helped
celebrate half in IT celebrated with Application Granit Tefiku celebrate the
a century Developer Mike Jones for reaching upcoming birth of his baby girl
of living! the big 6-0. with a shower and special lunch.


Karen Baumert celebrated 25 years of service surrounded by her husband, daughter,
son, and work family at her retirement celebration. The room was filled with
people who have been directly impacted by Karen’s laughter, helpfulness, friendliness, candor,
and encouragement. During her time at Do it Best, Karen volunteered for the Relay for Life and
tutored local students through Study Connection. Dent Johnson, Patrick Luce, Dan Starr, and
Jason Stofleth remarked on the personal impact she's had on each of them. Karen thanked
everyone for the blessings she's received and her son concluded the event with an emotional
reflection on the positive influence Do it Best has had on his family over the last 25 years.


After 15 years, Debbie On January 17,
Biggs said goodbye to Mary Dalton
her Do it Best family at her retirement worked her last day at the Dixon
party on January 17. Debbie had warehouse. She served for 7 years
her family here to celebrate along as an order filler in the bin section.
with her extended Do it Best family. She would often eat Little Debbie
Bill Habegger, Nancy Harris, Kelly treats on her lunch break so the
Koeneman, Gary Miller, and Dan team presented her with one as a
Starr spoke of her caring ways, her parting gift. In retirement, Mary
grace, her enthusiasm, and her patience plans on selling her home and
throughout her time here. Debbie plans buying an RV to travel with her
on doing a lot of volunteering with puppies and babies as a way cat. “She will be greatly missed
to stay busy and give back to her community. But first, she will as she was always smiling,” notes
be heading to Disney World with her grandkids! Department Manager Jason Young.

Longtime staff
member Sandy Morris Our Sikeston team said goodbye
retired from the Medina warehouse to Curtis Pingel after almost 44
on January 2. She worked for 19 years of service. Curtis was a high
years in the repack bins area, and reach stocker, working primarily
helped train new staff making them in the raised storage platform.
feel warm and welcomed. "She was However, he spent time in almost
good at making people laugh and every job at the warehouse during
her antics will be missed by all," said his lengthy career at Do it Best. He
Department Manager John Dugos. was very good at what he did and
Her team helped her celebrate with his knowledge and work ethic will
donuts before sending her off. be missed among the Sikeston team.

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After more than 14 years of service at the Mesquite warehouse, Office Coordinator Kathy Roberts
celebrated her last day among her many friends and co-workers. She was part of the initial
start-up group of staff, in September 2005, tasked with getting the warehouse up and running, and has been
integral to supporting the culture and positive atmosphere in Mesquite ever since. “While she worked in
the front office, she was well known for helping in any department when called upon,” said General Manager
Dalton Raney. “She consistently had perfect attendance and was among the first to volunteer for extra hours
when needed.”

Kathy was proud of her safety shirts but never wore them. Instead she made a quilt out of them that will be
displayed with pride at the warehouse, serving as a reminder to each employee to be safe. Kathy and her husband
Richard plan to go on more adventures and cruises around the globe.


We all know that during his Good friends do a lot together, but
lifetime, President Emeritus would you commit to running a half
Don Wolf was a passionate marathon with your friend? Cicely
servant leader who worked Ware did when Cherié Jacobs asked
tirelessly to give back to her to run the Disney half marathon
the community and make with her. “I read the book Girl, Wash
the world a better place. Your Face by Rachel Hollis and she
His legacy lives on in two talks a lot about the Disney half,” says
special contributions recently Cherié. “I realized I needed a personal
highlighted by Fort Wayne news outlets. goal, and with my 40th birthday
coming up this October, I wanted a
At Salomon Farm Park, work is scheduled to begin on a
covered bridge that will connect the north side of the park with new challenge. I asked Cicely and my
the south side. The project was a longtime wish of Don’s who had friend Heather (Store Designer Cherié and Cicely “ran” into Nick
memories of growing up on a farm. He helped fund the restoration Matt Soper’s wife) to run with me.” Talarico and his wife Beth
of the old buildings on Salomon Farm and secured a grant to allow With 15 half marathons under her among the 20,000 runners.
construction of the covered bridge. belt, Cicely decided the Disney race
would be her last. “Why not make my
After Christmas, when the city of Fort Wayne packed up their
downtown holiday lights display, we were all reminded that it last half at the happiest place in the world?” says Cicely. “It was a great
wouldn’t be possible without Don’s foresight. Every year a crew experience and I’m very glad we did it.”
takes down the huge Santa light display, packs it up, and brings Cherié and Cicely did long runs together but mostly trained separately.
it to our warehouse where it is stored year round thanks to Don. However, running in Florida was much different than running in Indiana.
Storing it inside our warehouse helps preserve the integrity of the “It was really humid and definitely affected how I ran, but it was awesome
display and removes the financial burden from The English Bonter overall,” Cherié notes.
Mitchell Foundation, which is responsible for the display.


Can you spell “proud”? Barb Sofolo’s fifth-grade granddaughter Marley Linboom sure can!
She recently won the Centennial Elementary School Spelling Bee. She beat out 12 other
students and will go on to the Dixon Spelling Bee on February 20. Her winning word was
“reasonable” and she practiced daily in class and at home with her dad. “Her dad would ask Marley stands with friend Serenity Carlson,
her to spell anything and everything all night long, but she loves to spell and we are so proud runner-up Reece Tornow and school Principal
of her,” says Barb. Melydi Huyett.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES As Do it Best Corp. continues to grow, there may be career opportunities
for you to pursue within the company. Visit for a
AT DO IT BEST CORP. complete list of all openings and contact the Human Resources team if
you’re qualified for and interested in a new role.

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With so much happening in
December, staff decided to hold
their holiday party in January.
Team members and their guests
enjoyed a delicious catered meal,
traded white elephant gifts, and
had an ugly sweater contest.


You could smell the bagels before you could taste them during bagel day, sponsored by the employee board.


The leadership team, including their general
manager, department managers, leads, and
visiting HR Administrator Celeste Stevens, The team enjoyed their 2020 chili cook-off and dessert contest. First place for chili went to
whipped up a delicious appreciation
breakfast for all staff. Brandon Rowley and the winner for dessert was Ron Roberts.

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SAFETY CORNER Presented by your safety committee RESPONDING TO A CARDIAC EVENT

Cardiac arrest can strike without warning so it’s important to know the signs to protect yourself and those around you.
Signs include:
Sudden loss of responsiveness - The person doesn’t respond, Keep trying - Continue administering CPR until the person starts
even if you tap them hard on the shoulders, or ask loudly if they to breathe or move, or until someone with more advanced
are OK. The person doesn’t move, speak, blink, or otherwise training takes over, such as an EMS team member.
Difficulty breathing - The person isn’t breathing or is only
gasping for air.

If you have tried and failed to get the person to respond,
and you think the person may be suffering cardiac arrest,
here’s what to do:
Yell for help - Tell someone nearby to call 911 or your
emergency response number. Ask that person or another
bystander to bring you an AED. Tell them to hurry – time is
of the essence.
Check breathing - If the person isn’t breathing or is only
gasping, administer CPR.
Give CPR - Push down at least two inches at a rate of 100
to 120 pushes a minute in the center of the chest, allowing
the chest to come back up to its normal position after each
Use an AED - Use the AED as soon as it arrives. Turn it on
and follow the prompts.


February is American Heart Month. The American Heart Association encourages
everyone to move more and add color (heart healthy veggies and fruits) to their
diets. Did you know you can create a circuit training program without having to
leave your house?
To build your circuit, choose 3-4 exercises from each list. Alternate cardio and
strength exercises in short bursts of 30 second and 3 minutes, then repeat the
circuit two to three times.

Cardio exercises Strengthening and stability exercises
- Jumping jacks - Plank and side plank
- Jumping rope - Pushups
- Jogging or marching in place - Sit-ups or bridge position
- Stair-climbing or step-ups - Tricep dips on a chair

- High knees - Lunges
- Mountain climbers - Squats or chair position
- Star jumps - Wall sits
- Burpees

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1991 Scott Boone W 2000 Preston Rivas W 2009 Travis Dahms F 2016 Regina Edgin M Medina . . . . . . . . . M
1992 Sandy Pace P 2000 Christopher Seplak F 2012 David Ford W 2016 Letha Freeman L Mesquite . . . . . . . . . S
1993 Sharon Johnson D 2001 Vashon Brown L 2012 Lauren Wilson F 2016 Quincy Frazier L Montgomery . . . . . . N
1994 Stacey Crosby F 2001 Melanie Morris W 2012 Daniel White W 2016 Matt Furge X Woodburn . . . . . . . . P
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1995 Jeff Frazier F 2001 Felix Cholula N 2013 Jim Reininger X 2017 Ron De Leon X Sikeston . . . . . . . . . . C
1996 Kim Crawford F 2001 Cathy Bohn L 2013 Randi Braun W 2017 Derek Hartman F Waco . . . . . . . . . . . W
1996 Amy Walker F 2001 Carrie Bricker F 2013 Chad Frederickson F 2017 Jeanett Hoffman F Field Staff . . . . . . . . X
1998 Mary Keys C 2001 Stanley Enlow L 2013 Michael Jones F 2017 Greg Fuller X
1998 Melissa Hoot F 2001 Tom Gust F 2013 Nick Beneke X 2017 Maria Salazar W 2019 Roger Link M
1998 Julie House D 2002 Dave Grames F 2014 Genni Bwititi F 2017 Ryan Cooley F 2019 George Clark N
1998 Kelly Barger D 2002 Dan Walton F 2015 Greg Dear X 2017 Teresa Helbert F 2019 Jason Pack D
1998 John Sargent F 2002 Jason Rains W 2015 Zach Higgins F 2017 Quinn Dominy W 2019 Nick Olalde D
1999 Angela Powe F 2002 Melissa Trotter D 2015 Melvin Smothers S 2017 Refugio Garcia W 2019 Danny Price N
1999 Lisa George F 2005 Eddie Gomez W 2015 Shellica Parker N 2018 Barb Mentzer F 2019 Arianna Rivera W
1999 Alison Ressel C 2006 Justin Brown C 2015 Stacey Flores S 2018 John Ludeman X 2019 Bryanna Ponce W
1999 Deanna Gallegos F 2006 Lyndsey Steffen F 2015 Tracey Muldoon F 2018 Coley Arnold F 2019 Gerardo Morales Paredes W
1999 Renea Ruppenthal C 2006 Nate Warner S 2015 Greg Mann F 2018 Jarek Hoppe F 2019 Jorge Tremillo W
1999 Ken Hayes L 2006 Smith Northrop N 2016 Anthony Germany L 2018 Josh Kennedy F 2019 Kari Hadland S
2000 Scott Miller N 2008 Megan Oyer F 2016 Beriam Garcia W 2018 Anna West M 2019 Kim Ludrosky M
2000 Bandit Thorne C 2008 Jim Welch F 2016 Danielle Larsen F 2019 Chyanne Bailey M

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