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West Virginia Electric appoints new Vice President

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West Virginia Electric has welcomed Jerry Karr as Executive Vice President to strengthen the company’s ability to provide engineering, automation and installation of electrical systems to the energy and aggregate industries.

Karr has spent 28 years working to provide these types of electrical services to industrial and commercial clients. He is a Certified Federal Mine Electrician as well as a Certified Master Electrician in numerous states.

“I am excited about the new challenges at West Virginia Electric and look forward to working with such a talented team to further develop their already extensive knowledge of automation and installation of electrical systems,” Karr commented.

“Jerry’s wealth of experience, industry knowledge and proven track record will make him an important addition to West Virginia Electric’s family,” said Denny Toothman, President of West Virginia Electric. “We view this as a sign of our continued commitment to being a leading company in our industry.“Our constant demand from our customers for innovation led us to look for an addition to our team who will fit in with our reputation to deliver superior electrical systems, and it is very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Jerry’s caliber to fulfill this role. I am very confident that Jerry will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality solutions to our clients.”

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