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Brooklyn Park-based Nystrom promotes longtime executive to CEO

Sue Thomas was named chief executive officer of the global supplier of products and services for commercial buildings. Thomas joined Nystrom in 1990 and replaces Scott Sustacek as CEO. Brooklyn Park-based Nystrom supplies the miscellaneous and specialty components essential to building projects, such as roof hatches, smoke vents, louvers and access doors.
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Sue Thomas was named chief executive officer of the global supplier of products and services for commercial buildings. Thomas joined Nystrom in 1990 and replaces Scott Sustacek as CEO. Brooklyn Park-based Nystrom supplies the miscellaneous and specialty components essential to building projects, such as roof hatches, smoke vents, louvers and access doors.

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