Keith Williams, who was previously regional vice president of the Northeast, will assume leadership of Manheim’s flagship facility in Manheim, Pa. Williams joined Manheim in 1985 as general manager of Newburgh Auto Auction in Newburgh, N.Y. In 1997, he was named vice president of operations, Northeast. Prior to joining Manheim, he served 18 years in a family-owned dealership in the New York area.
Janego previously served as general manager of Greater Tampa Bay Auto Auction in Tampa, Fla. Janego joined Manheim as a high school student in 1983, working part-time at Imperial Auto Auction in Lakeland, Fla. In 1986, he joined Imperial as a full-time employee where for the next seven years he held several management positions, including operations manager and assistant general manager. He was promoted to general manager of Imperial in 1992 and then five years later transferred to Greater Tampa Bay Auto Auction as general manager. Janego was named general manager of Newburgh Auto Auction in Newburgh, New York, in 1999, a position he held until returning to Greater Tampa Bay in 2001.
Kyle Ohman was previously regional vice president of the Southeast. Ohman joined Manheim in 1991 when the company purchased Denver Auto Auction. During his time at Denver Auto Auction, he held several management positions. In 1992, he was named general manager of Colorado Auto Auction in Commerce City, Colo., and in 1995 transferred to Atlanta Auto Auction as general manager. In November 2000, he was promoted to vice president of dealer sales, a position he held until being named regional vice president in January 2002. Ohman also held various management positions at Sacramento Auto Auction in Sacramento, Calif., and Southern California Auto Auction in Fontana, Calif., in the mid- to late-‘80s.