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NICOR Names Director of Engineering and Marketing

NICOR Names Director of Engineering and Marketing

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – NICOR, Inc. announces that Bill McDonough has joined the company’s leadership team as Director of Engineering and Marketing. McDonough recently worked for Dialight Corporation in New Jersey in a variety of positions ranging from Western Regional Sales Manager, Directory of Oil and Gas, and most recently Senior Product Manager. Previously, he served as the Western U.S. Area Sales Vice President for Cooper Lighting.

With more than 40 years of lighting industry experience, McDonough has a track record of success in various Marketing, Product Development and Sales roles for companies including Crouse-Hinds, and Thomas & Betts Corporation.

McDonough will report to NICOR’s President and CEO Rocklan Lawrence and has relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

“We are pleased to announce our new team member Bill McDonough as the head of NICOR‘s marketing and engineering department. He is proactive, passionate and innovative and we look forward to him working with our excellent team members to ensure NICOR’s continued success in this fast-paced and innovative market. His expertise and previous experience will cultivate additional visibility and platforms for NICOR. Welcome Bill!”

McDonough will manage NICOR’s engineering and marketing teams and execute strategies for improved product development and processes. He’ll also work to strengthen NICOR’s presence in the lighting industry through numerous marketing strategies.

“I am extremely pleased to join NICOR Lighting in the new role. I hope to capitalize on my years of lighting industry experience to contribute to the impressive success and growth of this industry leading LED lighting company” McDonough Says.

McDonough has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Distribution from Clarkson University, and a Masters of Business Administration from Marquette University.

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Discussion (1 comments)

    Scott Chepko April 25, 2019 / 5:28 pm

    Congrats and good luck in your new role Bill !

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