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F.W. Webb Company has announced that Stanley Graser has been appointed director of plumbing to oversee the company's markets within New York City's five boroughs, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Nick Snell will continue to serve as the company's director of plumbing with a focus on New England and Upstate New York.
"We are continuing to expand our presence across the tri-state. Since each market is unique, we have made the decision to divide our plumbing territories to better support our customers," said Bob Mucciarone, CEO, F.W. Webb. "Stanley has a great reputation in these key areas and has tremendous relationships in the building industry. I am confident that he will help grow our name within the tri-state as a first-class supplier."
An industry veteran with over 35 years of experience, Graser has held a number of managerial roles and built territories, promotional programs, and e-commerce initiatives from the ground up. He spent the majority of his career at Ferguson where he worked on residential and light commercial plumbing projects. Under his leadership, he and his team provided competitive solutions and value engineering to builders, architects, and designers. Graser is also knowledgeable on the different plumbing brands and the latest technology innovations.
"F.W. Webb has a long history in New England as a plumbing wholesaler, but it is still a newer name in the tri-state region. I'm excited to join a company like F.W. Webb that is committed to customer service and backed by a large inventory and expert services. I look forward to building brand awareness in these markets and promoting all of the company's capabilities as a single-source supplier," Graser said.
Graser is an officer in the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey and a member of the New Jersey Builders Association and Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association (PHCC). Passionate about the trade, he works closely with the Ocean County Vocational Technical School in New Jersey to help bring new talent into the field.