Our People

Geoff Stoll - General Manager

Geoff has been with the Richwood team since 1991. He started as a draftsman while attending school for his engineering degree. As an engineer he worked on production, R&D and facility expansion projects. After working on the management teams of other Richwood companies he was promoted to GM of Richwood Investment Castings in 2006. Geoff earned his degree in Mechanical Engineering, with an emphasis on thermal dynamics, from Geneva College.

Scott Spence - Manager of Business Development and Sales

Scott joined Richwood Investment Castings in 2013. He has a background in corporate sales and extensive experience in new area development and team building.  His focus is always on customer satisfaction and excellence in execution. He is Richwood Investment Casting’s initial contact for all sales inquiries and quote information.

Anna Brumbaugh - Controller / Purchasing

Anna joined the Richwood Team in 2003.  She was the Assistant Controller at another Richwood company.  Her self-motivation, organizational skills and attention to detail were quickly noted and she earned the position of Controller for Richwood Investment Castings in 2005 and Purchasing in 2014.  Anna oversees all financial aspects of Richwood Investment Castings.

Jim Bond - Metallurgist

Jim Bond joined Richwood Investment Castings in 2003.  Jim has worked in the metals industry for over 30 years.  He has been involved in all facets of the industry including analysis, alloy development, product development, methodology and casting.  Jim currently oversees our pouring procedures and alloy certifications.  Jim currently holds the title of Metallurgist.

Melinda Wyrick - ISO Coordinator

Melinda comes to Richwood from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, where she was Clerkship Coordinator for the OBGYN department of Marshall Health. In 2016, she was recognized as Coordinator of the year by the MUSOM graduating class for her attention to detail and dedication to meeting the needs of the students. Her successful management of the extensive logistics within the medical student clerkship prepares her for this critical position.