Seagle Robroy 770
Seagle Robroy 770
Seagle Robroy 770
Seagle Robroy 770
Seagle Robroy 770

People On the Move - August 7, 2020 Update

Aug. 6, 2020

Robroy Enclosures (Belding, MI): Company President Jeff Seagle,  (in photo above) a well-known executive around the electrical circuit, will be retiring next month after 30 years with the company. He joined Robroy Industries in 1990 as market development and marketing director, following 11 years with General Motors. He holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University and a master of science in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University. Seagle’s other executive posts at Robroy included director of sales and marketing for Robroy Industries’ Enclosures business; general manager and president of that division; and vice president of corporate business development for Robroy Industries.

Rob McIlroy, chief executive officer of Robroy Industries, said in the press release announcing Seagle’s retirement, “Jeff’s contributions to our organization have been extraordinary. In his tenure with Robroy Enclosures, his leadership grew the business by a remarkable 400%. He increased product offerings from five product lines to 15 product lines including the development and launch of many new non-metallic enclosures such as DiamondShield, NewSentry, Duraboxx, ControlTower, Classic, expanded and larger J series and SolarGuard.”

Seagle’s other accomplishments include the acquisitions of AttaBox Enclosures in 2016 and RocketRack in 2019.

Winsupply (Dayton, OH): Jeff Dice is now president of Winsupply Equity Group and Chris Schrameck is vice president of Information Technology, Winsupply. John McKenzie, president of Winsupply Inc., said in the press release, “These key leadership promotions reflect our preference for promoting from within the organization, and I believe position us well for the future growth of Winsupply.”

Dice is responsible for general ledger reporting, risk management, real estate holdings, property management, tax and compliance, banking partnerships, acquisition financing and internal audit. He has a bachelor of science in accounting from Indiana University and a master of science in logistics and supply chain management from Wright State University, Dayton, OH. He is a certified public accountant.

Schrameck is responsible for information technology strategy and execution, software development, hardware/software infrastructure, data center operations, information security, quality assurance and business intelligence. He has a bachelor of science in computer engineering from the University of Dayton and a master of business administration from Wright State University.

Crawford Electric Supply/Sonepar (Houston): The company made two promotions in its Texas Gulf Coast Region. Layne “Lucky” DeMoss has been promoted to branch manager for Crawford’s Conroe, TX, facility. DeMoss will be tasked with ensuring the continued success of the branch by managing its P&L, nurturing sales and margin growth, effectively leading and mentoring the associates, and increasing market share. TJ Horny will join the Houston branch as sales leader. Horny will be responsible for executing profitable growth with existing customers, while simultaneously building the distributor’s business with small- and medium-sized contractors.

Service Wire (Culloden, WV): After a 50-year career in the electrical market, Gary Morrison, VP of sales and marketing, will retire at year-end. Morrison joined Service Wire during the company’s inception, advancing from sales to senior management.

“His commitment and dedication have provided our company with leadership that has been essential to our growth,” said Louis Weisberg, president, in the press release. “Gary has played an invaluable role in developing our company’s efforts across all markets — most notably in industrial, utility, transit and heavy commercial.”