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Service King CFO Recognized Among Top Dallas Financial Executives

D CEO Magazine selected Michelle Frymire from a field of more than 200 original candidates as one of three finalists for the CFO of the Year award in the large private company category.

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Service King Collision Repair Centers’ Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Michelle Frymire was formally recognized last week as a finalist for Outstanding CFO of the Year at D CEO Magazine’s 2016 Financial Executives of the Year awards banquet. The event, hosted inside the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, brought together 24 of Dallas-Fort Worth’s most accomplished financial executives from the last year spanning an array of industries.

D CEO Magazine, along with industry experts and colleagues at the Dallas CPA Society, selected Frymire from a field of more than 200 original candidates before she was named one of three finalists for the CFO of the Year award in the large private company category. As part of the recognition, Frymire is featured in the May edition of D CEO Magazine, on newsstands now.

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“Michelle is a vital member of our leadership team as Service King continues to execute its strategic growth initiative,” said Service King CEO Chris Abraham. “It’s her keen insight, unparalleled depth of knowledge and steady leadership that continually provides our entire team a clear path forward as Service King continues to expand its operations across the U.S. We congratulate Michelle on her recognition and vibrantly echo the praises she’s received from colleagues, D CEO Magazine and the Dallas CPA Society selection committee.”

Frymire, who joined Service King in early 2015, has been instrumental in guiding the organization through the industry’s current aggressive consolidation movement. As the company’s top financial executive, she oversaw more than 25 mergers and acquisitions in the last 12 months. During that time, Service King grew to more than 6,000 teammates in 23 states while the company officially eclipsed the $1 billion annual run-rate mark for the first time.

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In 2015, Service King was also tabbed as the No. 3 fastest growing middle-market business in Dallas-Fort Worth, while simultaneously earning the No. 1 Best Place to Work honors by The Dallas Business Journal and San Antonio Business Journal.

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