Muse to retire as president of Hubbell Lighting in September; Amato appointed to executive V.P.

Hubbell Lighting (Greenville, S.C.): Effective Sept. 30, Scott Muse, the president of Hubbell Lighting, will be retiring from the company after a 35-year career in the electrical industry and having served in his current role since April 2002. David Nord, Hubbell's chairman, president and CEO, said that during his tenure as president Muse acquired seven lighting brands, executed major restructuring to significantly reduce costs and increased the company’s  competitive position.

In a related move, Gary Amato was appointed to the newly created position of executive V.P. Hubbell Electrical Segment and  will be responsible for overseeing the Hubbell Lighting businesses in addition to his current leadership role over the Hubbell Electrical Systems businesses. He has led the Electrical Systems businesses for the past seven years, and has held key operational leadership positions spanning his 26 year career at Hubbell. Prior to Hubbell, Mr. Amato spent 15 years in positions of increasing responsibility with Allen Bradley-Rockwell Automation.

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