One of Greater Cincinnati’s oldest and largest private companies has shuffled its executive team.
Weyler succeeds Rick Naber, who has served as president since 2006 and is moving into a senior adviser role as part of Loth’s succession planning.
Weyler joined Loth in March 2016 as chief financial officer. In his new role, Weyler will have responsibility for all of Loth’s operating units in the Cincinnati market.
Prior to Loth, Weyler served as senior vice president of finance and treasury for CNG Financial Corp., where he had broad responsibility over accounting and financial reporting, financial planning and analysis, treasury, investor relations, procurement and compliance. He began his career at Arthur Andersen, then spent six years at Fifth Third Bank before joining CNG.
Weyler earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of Cincinnati and his master’s in finance from Indiana University.
“I am honored and excited by the opportunity to lead a company with Loth’s legacy and over 126 years of history in our city,” Weyler said in a news release. “Loth is well positioned for continued growth and we have a team of employees that is incredibly passionate about delivering innovative solutions to meet the needs of our customers.”
In other executive team moves, Brad Blettner was named to the newly created position of vice president of corporate business development and Ed Driscoll was named executive vice president of sales for Loth Cincinnati’s architecture, furniture and technology division.
Loth specializes in corporate, education and health care spaces. It has showrooms in Sharonville and Columbus. Its most recent major local project was a $1.3 million design of Empower’s new 40,000-square-foot headquarters in Over-the-Rhine.