New Chief Operating Officer to Lead Mike Albert Leasing, Inc.

February 19, 2008

CINCINNATI - Mike Albert Leasing, Inc. announced the promotion of W. Patrick Stull to the position of chief operating officer.

Stull joined Mike Albert in 1986 as director of management information systems and was promoted to vice president, finance in 1987. As vice president, finance, he oversaw the accounting, credit, treasury, information technology, human resources, fleet operations, central purchasing and facilities management departments. As COO, Stull will oversee all areas of the company.

“This move recognizes Pat’s many contributions to Mike Albert and the confidence that my family and I have in Pat,” President Marty Betagole said.  

Stull is a CPA and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Ohio Society of CPAs. Stull holds a BA in Accounting from Xavier University.

W. Bruce Shaffer, vice president fleet operations, will move into Stull’s role of chief financial officer. Shaffer joined Mike Albert as assistant controller in 1986. He was named controller in 1987, treasurer in 1995 and vice president of fleet operations in 1999.




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