Warshauer Promotes Employees

A re-organization of some departments at Warshauer Electric Supply has included several employee promotions in Operations, Counter Sales and Commercial Lighting.

Warshauer Electric Supply (Tinton Fallls, NJ): The company recently promoted several employees to new roles in operations, counter sales and commercial lighting, effective immediately.

Operations. Anthony Kurilla, formerly corporate counter manager across all five Warshauer locations for two years, was promoted to the branch manager of Warshauer Electric’s headquarters location in Tinton Falls, and Courtney Gibbs, who has been working as warehouse assistant will now take on the role of Tinton Falls warehouse manager. Jason Clayton, former warehouse associate, will assume the assistant warehouse manager role, as Courtney’s right hand man.

Counter Sales. Jules Calhoun has been working in the Tinton Falls branch as a warehouse associate for just over a year and was promoted to sales professional at the Lakewood Counter. He has displayed his drive and work ethic in our warehouse, as well as in attending Lincoln Tech at night to earn an associate’s degree as an Electronic Systems Technician (EST).

Commercial Lighting. Carol Fernandez has been working as a commercial lighting specialist at the Parsippany branch since Feb. 2006, while Stacey Warshauer has been working as a commercial lighting specialist out of the Tinton Falls branch. Fernandez is taking on the role of the Commercial Lighting North Manager and  Warshauer is taking on the role of the Commercial Lighting South Manager. Also in Commercial Lighting, Sam Marascio  has joined the department after several counter sales positions. He earned his LS1 certification while working at the counter and is currently working on earning his LS2 certification.

In photos at bottom: Anthony Kurilla, top row-left; Courtney Gibbs, top row-center; Jason Clayton, top row-right; Jules Calhoun, bottom row-left; Stacey Warshauer, bottom row-center; and Sam Marascio, bottom row-right.

 

 

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