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David EdgsonSonepar Canada is pleased to announce that David Edgson will be joining their team as Director of Blueway and National Accounts effective June 15 2015, David brings a wealth of skills, technical knowledge and lighting experience to his new position with Sonepar Canada. 

With more than 20 years of industry experience, David has played key roles within various lighting organizations. He is a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) and has earned the IES ‘LC” certification.

David Edgson will be replacing David Rycroft, Vice-President of Energy Products and Services, who will be retiring on June 19, 2015. Dave Edgson will be reporting to Dave Syer, Vice-President of Vendor Relations & Business Development.

“I am thrilled that Dave Edgson will be joining our team, and am pleased to be able to offer him the opportunity to build on Dave Rycroft’s many successes at Blueway and in developing our National Accounts strategy.”

 

 

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