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People On the Move: May 1, 2020

May 1, 2020
Crescent Electric Supply's Scott Teerlinck and Werner Electric's Craig Wiedemeier were in the news.

Crescent Electric Supply Co. (East Dubuque, IL): Scott Teerlinck will be taking over for Marty Burbridge, who is retiring after more than 41 years with the company.

Before joining Crescent, Teerlinck served as the president of Werner Electric Supply for more than seven years. Prior to that, he spent nearly 19 years at Rockwell Automation, where he held roles of increasing responsibility, including global accounts manager, sales manager, director of marketing, and global P&L leadership for Rockwell’s Plant Services business.

Teerlinck will be relocating to the Dubuque area, and he begins his tenure as president and CEO on May 4. Additionally, Burbridge will remain with the company through June 1st to assist with the transition process.

Werner Electric Supply (Appleton, WI): The company recently announced Craig Wiedemeier as its new president. He replaces Scott Teerlinck, who decided to pursue other professional opportunities. Most recently, Wiedemeier served as Werner Electric’s COO.

Wiedemeier has been with the company for more than eight years. As COO, he led the customer experience team, focusing on maximizing value-added support to manage each customer experience. In addition, Wiedemeier focused on the company’s investment in IT to modernize infrastructure; provided updates to customer relationship management software; and improved Werner Electric’s online ordering system.

Prior to serving as chief operating officer, he served as VP of operations and led the company’s move to its new corporate headquarters and regional distribution center in 2016. Past experience includes global leadership positions at Plexus Corp. and General Electric. Additionally, Wiedemeier holds a MBA from Marquette University and an industrial engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.