Denis Lavoie Appointed President of LED Roadway Lighting Ltd.

Jerry Laidman, R.I.P.

Paul Rorer is Available

Jim Smith is Available

Andy Miller to FSC Lighting

Graeme Lister, Lighting Consultant

Diederik de Stoppelaar

Howard Wolfman Receives CSA's Award of Merit

Douglas William MacVoy, Rest in Peace

Fulham's Founder Bryan Wald Says Goodbye

Debra Monkman, Former Philips MarCom, is Available

Cal Allen, Bega Lighting, R.I.P.

Doug Avery to Retire from Southern California Edison

Ken Selvidge (CAL Lighting) R.I.P.

Tina Hendrix Joins Venture Lighting International as West Coast Regional Sales Manager.

Russell Cole (R.W.Cole Lighting) Rest in Peace

Frank Feeney, Former President of Sterner Lighting, RIP

John Daly, Jr. to Cree

Noel S. Florence (Lightolier) R.I.P.

Janet Cecchettini Joins Acuity Brands Lighting

Dave Levinson Promoted

Amerlux Expands Vice President Roles of Bill Plageman to Marketing, Product Management and Customer Service

C.W.Cole, R.I.P.

Len Segal Joins Stones River Electric

Stones River Electric is proud to have Len Segal join our organization as the National Accounts Business Development Leader.  Len brings over 17 years of experience in the lighting industry with a specialty in developing lighting solutions for clients on a regional and national basis.  Stones River Electric is already a leading provider of lighting and electrical solutions and Len’s primary role will be to expand that footprint for multi-site operations throughout the US.  Len is based in Cincinnati and can be reached at our Cincinnati office at 513-335-1746 orlsegal@stonesriverelectric.com.  Please visit us atwww.stonesriverelectric.com to learn how our company can help reduce your operational costs and meet your sustainability goals.

Jeremy Choate, R.I.P.

Houston lighting artist Jeremy Choate, 33, died Sunday afternoon after a hit-and-run accident Saturday evening at I-10 and Studemont, according to reports by KHOU and CultureMap. Read more at the Houston Press.