Graybar promotes three to executive roles

Graybar Electric Co. (St. Louis): The company appointed two executives to positions that will focus on electric and broadband utilities. Peter Elkas is now vice president-sales, electric utility and Tom Moore is vice president-sales, broadband utility, effective Jan. 1, 2012. Elkas is a 31-year Graybar veteran who currently serves as district vice president in the company's Boston district. He has worked closely with electric utility customers in New England for many years. Elkas has a bachelor's degree in business management from Western New England University and is an actively involved in several utility organizations.

Moore is currently director, comm/data sales in Graybar's Richmond district. Throughout his 27-year Graybar career, he has served in a variety of sales and management roles within the company's comm/data business. He is an active member of BISCI and earned his RCDD designation in 1993. Moore has a bachelor's degree in business management from Western Carolina University and was among the first employees to complete the Rutgers-Graybar Supply Chain Management Program.

The company also named Todd McDonough district vice president for its Boston district, effective Jan. 1, 2012. McDonough started his career with Graybar in 1995 and advanced through several service, sales and management roles, most recently serving as director of electrical sales in the Boston district. He holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Bentley University and is a graduate of the Rutgers-Graybar Supply Chain Management Program.

Graybar's Boston district, which services customers throughout New England, is one of 13 operating districts for the employee-owned company. The Boston district includes a total of 11 locations and more than 320 employees in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

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