Daltco Electric Announces Organizational Changes

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June 14, 2021
Daltco Electric has announced that John Wylie (VP Operations) will be retiring effective June 30th 2021.

“John started at Daltco in 1977 after being hired by my father-John Dalton. John over the years has worked in numerous roles, inside sales, branch manager and over the last 20 years as VP Operations,” said company President, Peter Dalton. “John has been a significant contributor to the company’s success, in particular in the financial and operational side of our business. John’s insight, experience and counsel will be greatly missed by myself and the team at large. We whole heartily wish John and his wife Angie all the best with the next stage of their life.”

In March 2021, Evelyn Dodd CPA, CGA joined Daltco Electric as Director of Operations and Administration. Evelyn will take over all financial and operations matters at Daltco Electric. Evelyn comes to Daltco from various corporate finance and operations roles, most recently having worked for CAT/SLH Transport. Evelyn’s primary areas of responsibilities will be finance, operations, commodities, IT and ISO quality.

Daltco also annoucned that Mark Rogers has been promoted to Senior Director of Sales and Marketing effective immediately.

“Mark Joined Daltco Electric in 1984 and has worked in numerous roles over his tenure, namely in outside sales, branch management and Director of Sales. Mark has been instrumental in Daltco’s leadership and overall growth in the past number of years. I know everyone is looking forward to Mark’s continued leadership at Daltco Electric.”


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