CULLODEN, W.Va. — After a successful and accomplished 50-year career, Gary Morrison, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Service Wire Company, has announced that he will retire at the end of 2020.
Morrison joined Service Wire during the company’s inception, advancing upward from sales to senior management. He will leave a legacy of service and excellence.
“His commitment and dedication have provided our company with leadership that has been essential to our growth,” explained Louis Weisberg, President.
In reflecting on the past 50 years, Gary Morrison shared that he has truly enjoyed being a part of growing this company into one of the premier manufacturers in the country.
“Some of my most special memories and feelings of accomplishment have happened during my time at Service Wire,” said Morrison. From the early days in the 70s and 80s to recent years, I am proud of where I work and the great reputation we’ve built at Service Wire. It is hard for me to walk away knowing the great things that lie ahead for the company, but it is time for me to retire and spend time with my loving wife and family.”
From West Virginia to Houston and Phoenix, Morrison’s hard work and dedication has been critical to growing Service Wire’s footprint.
“Gary has played an invaluable role in developing our company’s efforts across all markets—most notably in industrial, utility, transit, and heavy commercial,” said Weisberg.
“His reputation as a trusted advisor and technical expert have been instrumental to enhancing our company’s culture of service and quality. In fact, he has secured countless long-term relationships with strategic accounts with our distributor partners.”
Morrison intends to remain active in the electrical industry after his retirement. Among other industry affiliations, he is the local chairperson for the IEEE PPIC Pulp & Paper Conference coming to West Virginia in 2022.Tagged with Biggest News, Service Wire