Rep News - May 2012

National Electrical Manufacturers Representatives Association (NEMRA) (Portsmouth, N.H.): The association elected new leaders for 2012-2013 at its recent annual conference. Elected as officers were: Mark Gibson, Agents Midwest, Wood Dale, Ill., as chairman; Greg Reynolds, Flynn & Reynolds Agency, Tewksbury, Mass., chairman-elect; Greg Baker, J.D. Martin Co., Dallas, secretary/treasurer; and Mike Gorin of Gorin-Hopper-McCoy, Norcross, Ga., as immediate past-chairman. Newly elected members of the board of directors serving two-year terms, are: Tim Klinger, I-PRO Inc., Denver; Larry Jacob, New Century Sales, Indianapolis, Ind.; Gary Lessing, Ewing-Foley Inc, Cupertino, Calif.; Roger Vaught, Atkore International, Harvey, Ill.; and Cindy Doherty, Intralec Electrical Products, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

New officers and members of the NEMRA NMG Executive Committee were also elected. They are: Tom Fredericks, American Polywater Corp. Stillwater, Minn., chairman; Robert Hartford, Prime Conduit, Cleveland, co-chairman; and Margie Basney, Hoffman Enclosures, Anoka, Minn., immediate past-chair. Newly elected members of the committee serving a two-year term are: Bob Porter, G-Strut, Canton, Ohio; Gary Koetters, Intermatic, Spring Grove, Ill.; and Brad Wiandt, Madison Electric Products, Bedford Heights, Ohio.

Robert A. Amey Co. (Portland, Ore.): Madeline Verochio has joined the company to support sales efforts in the Puget Sound Area. She will support distributors, contractors, specifiers and other end users across all commercial and residential products represented by the Amey Co., one of the largest independent manufacturers' reps in the Pacific Northwest. Verochio has worked with Minerallac/Cully and is a graduate of Washington State University with a degree in political science.

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