Lufkin native Andrew Dover has been named plant manager for Georgia-Pacific’s Diboll Particleboard plant. In this role, Dover oversees daily plant operations, including safety, environmental excellence, and stewardship. Additionally, he is responsible for creating long-term sustainability for the facility, its employees and the community.
A graduate of Texas A & M University with a degree in environmental geo-science, Andrew joined Georgia-Pacific’s Diboll Particleboard Plant in 2015 as a shift supervisor. Most recently he held the position of production superintendent where he was responsible for overseeing the plant’s day-to-day operations.
Dover resides in Lufkin with his wife Maci and their son Garrett.
Diboll Particleboard began operations in 1997 and employs more than 100 people. The plant produces product that is used to make furniture, cabinets, shelving and vanities.