HD Supply Waterworks Realigns Management

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HD Supply Waterworks

Company streamlines operations with new positions

HD Supply Waterworks, an HD Supply business that distributes a complete line of water, sewer, fire protection and storm drain products to serve the needs of contractors and municipalities in the water, wastewater, storm and fire protection markets, recently announced several organizational changes in key positions.

  • Yvonne Bland has been named vice president of market development. In this role, Bland will work with the portfolio of HD Supply businesses to identify and assist in the execution of joint selling opportunities. She will also support the National Accounts program and play a key role in HD Supply Waterworks’ growth strategy into new markets. Bland is located in Phoenix, Ariz., and will report to Jerry Webb, CEO of HD Supply Waterworks.
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  • Bill Driskill has been named vice president of operations and sourcing. In this role, he will be responsible for sourcing and vendor relations in addition to environmental health & safety and fleet management. Driskill is located in Middleburg, Va., and will report to Steve LeClair, president of HD Supply Waterworks.
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  • Ed Allred has been named regional vice president–west region. In this role, he will be responsible for the western region of the United States. Allred is located in Salt Lake City and will report to Steve LeClair, president of HD Supply Waterworks.
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  • Tom Hart has been named regional vice president–northeast region. In this role, he will be responsible for the northeast region of the United States. Hart is located in Ashland, Ohio, and will report to Steve LeClair, president of HD Supply Waterworks.

“Everything we do starts with the customer in mind. We strive to provide our customers with industry-leading service and innovative technology solutions,” said Steve LeClair, president of HD Supply Waterworks. “These promotions represent a strategic realignment to take full advantage of our deep industry expertise and knowledge to help our customers succeed.”

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