Graybar announces organizational changes

April 5, 2012
Graybar has announced a pair of key organizational changes.

Graybar has announced a pair of key organizational changes.

Bob Siegel, Graybar's Vice President, Investment and Inventory Management

Bob Siegel has been appointed to the position of vice president, investment and inventory management, effective April 1. Siegel has nearly 28 years of experience with the distributor and previously held the position of vice president, product management. He replaces Tom Van Ash, who is retiring from the company after more than 30 years of service.

Garry Acker, Graybar's Vice President, Product Management

Also, Garry Acker has been appointed to the position of vice president, product management, effective May 1. Acker has 31 years of Graybar experience and previously served as the company's vice president of corporate accounts.

“We wish Tom all the best in retirement and thank him for his many years of service and contributions to the company,” said Graybar's executive vice president and COO Kathy Mazzarella. “We congratulate Bob and Garry on their appointments and know they will continue to help Graybar achieve long-term success.”

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