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Rep News - January 28, 2022 Update

Jan. 27, 2022
NEMRA announces new board members and Greg Reynolds of Flynn & Reynolds retires.

National Electrical Manufacturers Representatives Association (NEMRA) (Carmel, IN): Effective Feb. 7, Jeff Casey, Casey Sales Electric Inc., will join NEMRA's board of directors, and Christy Tilton, VP of U.S. Professional Trade Sales, Signify, will join the NMG Executive Committee.

(Flynn & Reynolds (Tewskbury, MA): Greg Reynolds, president,  announced his retirement, and in an e-mail to Electrical Marketing, offered some details on the team that will manage the agency in the future.

Reynolds said his 30-year plan to retire at 62 has worked and that because he has been blessed with the success providing for his retirement, he and his wife, Janice, plan to work with Samaritan’s Purse international relief to help others who are in need.

“Flynn & Reynolds is thrilled about the future, and we are poised for continued growth,” said Reynolds in the e-mail. “To support our growth strategy, we are pleased to announce that Bryan Lally has assumed the position of president. Having an integral role in the company for the past 26 years, Bryan’s transition into the role of president and owner has been in the works for several years. He is well known in the New England electrical market for his knowledge and hands on approach with distribution as well as contractors and engineers.

Andrew Graves has been with Flynn & Reynolds for over 12 years, rising up the ranks from inside sales, to merchandising and then as a territory manager for the last five years. With the recent changes in our company, Andrew is now a principal in our organization and will continue with his primary role as territory manager serving customers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Additionally, Andrew will assist in the leadership of the company.

“Another exciting announcement is the addition of Ed Scannapieco to our team effective Feb. 1. Ed comes to us from Eaton and is a 25-plus year veteran of the electrical industry. His focus will include increased presence at the mid/large contractors in the greater Boston market.”