RealTruck Promotes Barringer to Chief Accounting Officer

RealTruck Promotes Barringer to Chief Accounting Officer | THE SHOPRealTruck has appointed Christine Barringer as its first chief accounting officer, the manufacturer and online retailer of aftermarket truck parts and accessories, the company announced.

In her new role, Barringer will be responsible for overseeing the company’s strategic direction of the corporate accounting organization, financial-close processes, reporting, and continuous improvements in the accounting function to support the growth objectives of RealTruck, the company said.

Previously, Barringer was the vice president, corporate controller for RealTruck. She will continue to report directly to Ted McCormick, who joined the company as chief financial officer in November 2021.

“Christine is an incredible leader who has done great work with our accounting team since 2015, and I could not be happier to see her elevated within our organization as chief accounting officer,” said McCormick. “We plan to work together closely to oversee many of the financial operations of RealTruck to support our growth plans for the company.”

Since Barringer joined the RealTruck team just over seven years ago, she’s built a corporate accounting team, implemented common accounting policies enterprise wide and led the business combination accounting and integration for eleven acquisitions, and was also a key contributing member of the management team that successfully executed two sale processes, the company said.

“As I move into this new role, I will continue to work closely with Ted and the rest of the RealTruck team on the financial side of the business,” said Barringer. “I’m eager to work toward our ongoing growth as a company. I’m honored to be a part of the leadership team at RealTruck.”

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