Michael Goor founded CLC in 1991 on the principle of delivering ultimate customer service. Under his leadership CLC has grown from a small rental company to an organization possessing a national footprint. Michael’s vision is to consistently contribute to the growth and success of CLC’s clients and its employees. With more than thirty years of industry experience in all facets of the trailer leasing business, his insights and creativity have been instrumental in CLC’s evolution and growth. Michael believes that the future of CLC will be closely tied to customization and technology and is committed to investing wherever necessary to offer the most up-to-date products and services in the industry.
Outside of the office Mike is an avid tennis player. He is a member of Vistage International and is on the board of directors of a Wisconsin-based fuel technology company.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Goor
Vice President of Administration
Betsy Goor has been instrumental to the success of CLC since its incorporation in 1991. Over the course of two decades, Betsy has managed business operations with a focus on organizational efficiency, ensuring that all departments are fully supported in their efforts. Her experience in the field spans more than 30 years, having begun working for her father’s trailer leasing and repair business throughout high school and college.
Most recently, Betsy has transitioned into a more strategic role, providing higher-level management and training in a part-time schedule, allowing her to pursue other interests such as her lifelong passion for social work. She now serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in Middlesex County, where she works to improve the lives of local foster children. Betsy has been married to Michael Goor for more than 28 years and they have two amazing children, Rachel and Matthew.
Executive Vice President
Brent most recently led the Sales and Marketing efforts for Terex Services, a multi-billion dollar global equipment provider in the material handling and lifting space. While at Terex Brent supported the growth and integration of multiple Service platforms combining several internal business groups into a cohesive, customer first business unit. He also led several acquisitions and mergers while at Terex. Prior to Terex, Brent held a variety of executive level positons at General Electric and Premier Trailer Leasing. Brent’s extensive Industry knowledge, business development experience and leadership skills brings great value to CLC’s customers and team members. Brent leads our operations and commercial efforts while also serving as a member of the Board of Directors. He brings Six Sigma Black Belt experience along with a Communications degree from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.
Chief Financial Officer
Guy Paglinco joined CLC in April 2015 as the Chief Financial Officer.
Guy is a CPA and has a MBA in finance, with over 35 years of experience working with middle market private and public companies. He started his career working in public accounting, spending six years with KMG Main Hurdman and subsequently with dynamic middle market companies, holding senior level positions with these companies including the position of CFO for two publicly traded companies.
Guy graduated from Rutgers University and received his MBA from Fairleigh Dickenson University. He has been married for over 25 years, and has a daughter and two sons. Guy, who is very active in his community is a member of the AICPA and the NJSCPA, and has been very active with the Boy Scouts of America for the past twelve years with his two sons, along with holding the position of Advancement Committee Chair for the Troop.
Director of IT
Having joined CLC in 2011, Adam has provided leadership in establishing an increasingly customer-centric, process-driven business, while maintaining the “personal approach” CLC customers have come to expect and rely upon. Adam previously led the maintenance organization of GE Trailer Fleet Services. In his 11 years at GE TFS, Adam created and implemented the GETFS – EMSMART system, which completely automated all shop management functions and integrated with the existing leasing system and online customer portal, providing a seamless flow of inspection and repair information.
Adam retired from the US Army reserve in 2009 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He has 12 years of active service in the Field Artillery, and 9 years of reserve duty including 2 years mobilized at Ft Dix NJ in support of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Adam holds a Masters Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelors Degree from the University of Georgia.