Matrix Electronics Appoints Jeff Cassell to Vice President


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Matrix Electronics has appointed Jeff Cassell to vice president of sales, Eastern Region, wherein he will oversee sales activities in the Eastern United States, and Canada.

"Although Jeff has been fulfilling the role of sales manager over the recent years, it's time to make it official," says Kieran Healy, president of the Matrix Group of Companies. "Part of Jeff's role will be to oversee customer service and we are delighted that he has accepted this position."

Cassell will work alongside Bob Berg, who will continue his senior sales management role in the Western Region as well as corporate business development and planning.

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