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Changing Places

Priority One Financial Services named Jeff Wyatt controller of the company owned by Forest River, a Berkshire Hathaway company.

Prior to joining Priority One, Wyatt owned and operated his own construction company with residential and commercial projects throughout the Gulf Coast of Florida. He has also served as the controller and voice president of finance for some of the nation’s largest homebuilders, including Lexington and Mercedes Homes.

“We are thrilled to have Jeff join Priority One. His extensive experience working with companies of all sizes will no doubt help us as we continue to grow and thrive,” said Lisa Gladstone, president and CEO of Priority One Financial Services, in a statement.

Priority One has been serving the marine and RV industry since 1987. Acquired in 2007 by a Berkshire Hathaway company, Priority One serves as the F&I managed services provider for more than 600 dealerships.

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