Graybar names new district VPs

April 25, 2012
New district VPs have been named for the distributor's Atlanta and Seattle operations.

Graybar has announced a pair of organizational changes.

David Bender has been appointed to the position of Atlanta district vice president, effective July 1. Bender has more than 24 years of experience with the electrical, communications and data networking products distributor, and currently serves as district vice president of Graybar’s Seattle operations. He replaces Joe LaMotte, who is retiring from the company after nearly 40 years of service.

Concurrently, Kirk Snure has been appointed to the position of Seattle district vice president, effective July 1. Snure has served in a variety of sales and management positions during his 26-year career and currently serves as director, electrical sales of Graybar in Seattle.

“We thank Joe for his nearly four decades of service to our company, and we wish him all the best in retirement,” comments Bob Lyons, Graybar’s senior vice president, North America Business. “We are pleased to appoint David Bender and Kirk Snure to their new roles and believe their continued leadership will have a positive impact on Graybar’s business.”

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