Eaton Electrical Names Two New VPs














Eaton Canada has named Steve Boccadoro Senior Vice President and General Manager, Electrical Canada, and Perry D’Ortenzio to Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Electrical Canada, Electrical Sector – Americas.

Boccadoro has been with Eaton since 1987 and has held numerous roles with the company, including plant manager, marketing manager, vice president/general manager, and SVP corporate sales and marketing. Boccadoro has a bachelor’s degree in commerce from McMaster University in Ontario, and is a chartered accountant. He will be based out of Burlington, ON.,and will report to Grant Gawronski, president, Electrical Industrial and Infrastructure Group.

Steve Boccadoro has been named Senior Vice President and General Manager, Electrical Canada, effective June 1. Boccadoro will report to Grant Gawronski, President, Electrical Industrial and Infrastructure Group.

In his new role as VP of Sales and Marketing, D’Ortenzio will oversee all marketing strategy, execution and commercial approach for Eaton’s electrical business in Canada. He’ll also be responsible for sales synergies, channel management and coordinating the commercial segment strategy, including Oil and Gas, and Mining. Added to that, he’ll also oversee the Electrical Canada sales and marketing teams. 

“As our integrated businesses continue to show significant commercial growth throughout Canada and effectively address opportunities created by our expanded lines of products and services, I am very pleased to have Perry in this role,” said Gawronski. 

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