Wesco says CFO departs, search on for another
By Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Published: Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012,
Wesco International Inc. said Monday that its chief financial officer was no longer with the South Side distributor of electrical and industrial products, effective Feb. 3.
Richard P. Heyse was replaced on an interim basis by Stephen A. Van Oss, the company's chief operating officer. Van Oss had been the company's CFO from 2000 to 2009. Heyse will serve as a consultant "over the next few months" as the company conducts a search for a permanent replacement, Wesco said.
In a statement, Wesco thanked Heyse for "his contributions over the past two and a half years," but provided no explanation for his departure. A spokeman could not be reached for comment.
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