EBH Announce Sumeet Sodhi as New Lower Mainland District Manager

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May 31, 2021

E.B. Horsman & Son are excited to announce Sumeet Sodhi as their new Lower Mainland District Manager. Sumeet began his new role on May 20, 2021, and his direct branch responsibilities include all LML branches – Surrey, Langley, Burnaby, and Richmond. Sumeet will also assume the responsibilities of Mark Murray, who is retiring this month.

Prior to his time with EBH, Sumeet started his career with the Ministry of Social Development and as the Director of Admissions with Vancouver Career College. He has his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Royal Roads University and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Simon Fraser University.

Sumeet joined E.B. Horsman & Son in April 2012 and held various roles, from Datacom Business Development Specialist, Data Communications Divisional Manager, Surrey Branch Manager, and from 2019 as LML District Manager East (running Surrey and Langley branches). Over his tenure, Sumeet developed his leadership skills in various ways, from working closely with the EBH leadership team as part of the Divisional and Corporate strategic planning, championing key strategic initiatives and involvement in multiple committees.

Sumeet was named Business Developer of the Year in 2016 and is dedicated to giving back to his communities by supporting Big Brothers Canada, Nightshift Street Ministries, and Surrey Food Bank.


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