Philips Lighting Canada changes– Larry White, Norman Henze, and Ryan Sonnenberg
By Alyssa Dalton
March 1, 2011
At the end of February, Philips Lighting Canada announced several organizational changes involving Larry White, Norman Henze, and Ryan Sonnenberg.
Effective February 28, 2011, Larry White, western regional lighting specifier, begins his retirement after 26 years of “dedicated service” to the company. “We sincerely thank Larry for his many contributions over his 26 years of dedicated service, and extend our best wishes for a healthy and happy retirement,” said Philips.
In light of White’s departure, Norman Henze, LC, will assume the role of western regional lighting specifier based out of Edmonton, Alta. With more than 27 years of experience at Philips, Henze is “well respected in his field, and has dedicated his professional career to the lighting industry,” said Philips. Henze currently sits on the Board of Executives committee for the Edmonton Chapter of IES.
Philips Lighting Canada is also welcoming Ryan Sonnenberg to the team as account manager for Northern Alberta. Prior to working at Philips, Sonnenberg served as a project manager for an Edmonton contractor.