Dumas Branch Manager Celebrates 15 Years

April 7, 2023

Kaitlyn Brown, Prime Metal Buildings & Components

Think back to 2008. The second ever iPhone is released, Barack Obama wins the presidential election, and the first Iron Man movie made its debut. There are a slew of other memorable events that happened 15 years ago, but here at Prime, there is one event that hits a little closer to home.

Hugo Sianez, branch manager of our Dumas, Texas location, is celebrating 15 years with Prime.

            “I remember Hugo walking in with his baseball shirt fresh out of school in the summer of 2008 like it was yesterday,” Explained Luis Galindo, General Manager of Retail Locations.

            Hugo began working at Prime as a yard hand after graduating from high school in 2008. Before coming a manager in 2012, he was also a roll form operator and counter salesman. Hugo was raised in Dumas and his roots run deep in the community.

            “I have had the opportunity to work with Hugo in several different compacities within the Prime family. He has always embraced his job with a positive attitude and always willing to help anyway he can.” Said Trevor Benton, Dublin Branch Manager.

            When asked about Hugo’s attitude and demeanor, other employees described Hugo as reliable, responsible, and extremely helpful.

            “It has definitely been a blast interacting with Hugo,” Explained Ramiro Borjon, Bridgeport Branch Manager. “Hugo is very humble and easy-going. His positive attitude does not go unnoticed.”

            The Prime family would love to thank Hugo for his time and devoted service to our company. We look forward to having his knowledge and friendly attitude for many more years to come.

            “From day one you showed me that you were a very responsible and reliable person. From labor to machine operator, to now a well-deserved store manager and a good friend, I’m just proud of everything you have accomplished at Prime. From helping customers, solving problems, all the way to taking care of your staff, it has been a great experience working with you. Keep up the good work and remember, it doesn’t stop here.” Explained Galindo.