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Ryan R. Marshall – President and Chief Executive Officer of PulteGroup, Inc. – Email Address

Ryan R. Marshall has been President and Chief Executive Officer.

In September 2016, Ryan R. Marshall was promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PulteGroup, Inc., among the nation’s most geographically and product-diverse homebuilders with operations in 26 states. The Company serves all major consumer groups through its family of national brands which include Pulte Homes, Centex, Del Webb, DiVosta Homes and John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods.

Having managed many of the Company’s largest operations during his tenure, Mr. Marshall has a deep understanding of the homebuilding business. Mr. Marshall most recently served as PulteGroup’s President with responsibility for the Company’s homebuilding operations and its marketing and strategy departments. Prior to being named President, Mr. Marshall was Executive Vice President of Homebuilding Operations.

Other previous roles included Area President for the Company’s Southeast Area, Area President for Florida, Division President in both South Florida and Orlando, and Area Vice President of Finance. In those roles, he has managed various financial and operating functions including financial reporting, land acquisition, and strategic market risk and opportunity analysis.

Mr. Marshall received a Bachelor of Arts in accounting from the University of Utah and a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University


PulteGroup, Inc (Pulte Homes) is a homebuilding company founded in 1950 by Bill Pulte in Oakland County, Michigan. It is now based in Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2009, the company, then known as Pulte Homes Inc., bought rival Centex — creating the nation's largest homebuilding company — in a stock transaction worth $3.1 billion, including $1.8 billion of debt. [1] Pulte completed the acquisition of Centex February 23, 2010.[2][3]

In June 2013, Pulte announced they would move their headquarters to Buckhead, Atlanta, citing a better economic climate outside of Metro Detroit.[4]


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