Winco Window Company has named Bill Krenn as its new president. Krenn has been with Winco since 1996 and has served in various capacities, including director of human resources, treasurer, vice president, and most recently, chief financial officer. Krenn will replace John Campbell, who is retiring.

Bill Krenn

As Winco’s new president, Krenn will focus on the overall direction of the company’s sales outreach and operations in concert with the vision of family ownership. Winco has been a family owned and operated manufacturer for more than 100 years, when it first established by Johann “Otto” Kubatzky.

“We found the best qualified person for the job right here at Winco,” says Gantt W. Miller III, AIA and CEO of Winco. “Bill has worked with Winco Windows for over 20 years. He has always expertly managed the financial, accounting and legal functions and when we needed him, he stepped in to manage our glass and finishing operations during transitions.”

“We are just beginning to break into new window protection capabilities, new territories and new ways of communicating with and serving our customers,” said Krenn. “Service, functionality, quality and reliability are keys to the long-term success of this company.”

Krenn is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as well as the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Krenn has been an active in the St. Louis community, with leadership and board positions in many civic and charitable organizations. These include Places for People Inc., Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Saint Vincent de Paul Society and Assisi House/Winter Outreach.

Krenn graduated from the University of Missouri, St. Louis, where he received his Bachelors of Science in business administration in 1977. He attended the Masters of Business Administration program at St. Louis University from 1981-1985.