Crescent Electric Promotes Alice Vontalge to Vice President – Chief Strategy Officer

EAST DUBUQUE, IL, June 8, 2017 – Crescent Electric Supply Company has announced the appointment of Alice Vontalge to the newly created role of Vice President - Chief Strategy Officer. In this position, Alice’s primary responsibilities will be developing and executing strategies for inorganic growth initiatives; measuring and communicating organizational progress against the company’s long-term strategic plan; and acting as the lead change agent on critical need projects.

Vontalge has been with Crescent for twenty one years, starting in the position of Corporate Controller and advancing to Vice President of Finance in 2001, where she managed the corporate support departments of accounts payables, accounts receivables, credit and accounting. Alice played key roles in the company’s ERP conversion project and continuous improvement initiatives.

Speaking of the appointment, Crescent Electric president and CEO Marty Burbridge stated “The Chief Strategy Officer will play a key role in developing our overarching corporate strategies related to mergers and acquisitions as well as expansion of business lines, products and market segments. Alice’s deep knowledge of the industry and our business make her an ideal candidate for this position.”

About Crescent Electric Supply Company

Based in East Dubuque, Illinois, Crescent Electric Supply Company is one of the nation’s largest independent distributors of electrical hardware and supplies. The company has more than 130 branches in 26 states, serving contractors, original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and the maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) needs of commercial, industrial, institutional, and utility customers. In addition to the Crescent Electric brand, customers are served by BA Supply in Missouri, Interstate Electric Supply in Idaho and Oregon, Mesco Electrical Supply in Ohio, National Electric Supply in New Mexico, Womack Electric Supply in Virginia and North Carolina, and Stoneway Electric in Washington and Idaho.