SPOKANE, Wash. — Stoneway Electric Supply Company, part of Crescent Electric Supply Company, announced that Vice President of the Seattle District, Eric Haines, will be retiring from the organization. Haines has spent more than three decades with the organization.
“Eric has truly played an integral part in the growth and success of Stoneway over the past 30 years,” said Jeff Corrick, President at Stoneway Electric Supply Company. “He is a respected veteran of our industry, who leaves behind a legacy of integrity and dedication to serving our customers and supplier partners that is unparalleled. On behalf of the Stoneway family, I want to personally thank him for all he has done for us and for the industry, and we certainly wish him and his family the best during his retirement.”
Jesse Gilomen, who currently serves as Stoneway’s Director of Industrial Sales, will be assuming the role of Vice President of the Seattle District upon Haines’ departure. Additionally, Haines will remain on-board through the end of June to ensure a smooth transition for Gilomen.
“I am humbled and honored to have been part of the tremendous growth and success of the Stoneway brand here in the Pacific Northwest the past three decades,” said Haines. “I look forward to working closely with Jesse Gilomen to assist in any way I can through the transition process, and I know that our customers and suppliers will be in great hands with Jesse.”
Haines’ last day with Stoneway Electric Supply Company will be Wednesday, June 30th.
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