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CSC ServiceWorks Names Warner COO

Brings three decades of experience in senior roles

PLAINVIEW, N.Y. — CSC Serviceworks, which provides commercial laundry solutions and air vending services, reports that Lonny Warner has joined its Executive Leadership Team as chief operating officer.

Warner will report directly to CEO Mark Hjelle and be responsible for aligning and prioritizing key strategic initiatives and ensuring operational excellence across the company. Warner will assume all existing reporting relationships to this role while being supported by outgoing COO Phil Emma in the coming weeks.

“As we lead our company’s course for the future, Lonny’s experience, leadership, and business process acumen will add to our transformation as we continue to work to set a new standard for operational excellence,” says Hjelle. “Also, to recognize the many contributions that Phil Emma has made, including through our most challenging times, I thank him for his leadership and wish him all the best as he begins this next chapter.”

Warner brings three decades of success in a series of senior roles at several organizations. He comes to CSC ServiceWorks from The Brinks Company, where he served as COO, senior VP and GM, directing all cash-in-transit terminal operations throughout the nation. Warner oversaw product development, lean processes, network logistics optimization and growth, and financial modeling to meet clients’ needs across multiple industries.

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to join the industry-leading team at CSC – and I’m excited to help lead the next phase of its journey as the company continues to reimagine its business and the larger industry,” says Warner. “The challenges we face are opportunities to evolve business processes to reflect the evolving world and strengthen the company for the future.”

Warner holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from the University of Oklahoma, with additional executive management studies at Northwestern and Michigan State universities.