Jo-Kell Names New VPs

Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Jo-Kell Inc., an electrical distributions and engineering company, announced the appointment of John Fischetti as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Prior to joining Jo-Kell, Fischetti most recently served as Director of Operations at The Noerr Programs Corp. and previous to that he was Worldwide Retail Operations Manager for Eastman Kodak TE Division.

Jo-Kell Inc. also announced the appointment of Jim Baur as Vice President of Business Development. Baur will develop customer and vendor relationships and introduce product enhancements to the Jo-Kell product lines. Prior to joining Jo-Kell, Baur served as Director of Engineered Products & Automation at W&O Supply in Jacksonville, Florida.

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