Pierce Chemical Welcomes New Northwest Sales Representative Brett Edgerly
Broadview, IL, June 7, 2013 – Wilbert Funeral Services’ Pierce Chemical group, a leading provider of chemicals and other products for preparation rooms, is pleased to announce the addition of Brett Edgerly as Sales Representative for the states of Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Nevada and northern California.
Edgerly comes to Pierce with over twenty-five years of experience in the funeral industry, working with various independent and corporate funeral homes throughout the Pacific Northwest. He holds a degree in Mortuary Science from Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, OR and studied pathology and microbiology at the University of Oregon.
A licensed funeral director and embalmer in Oregon and Idaho, Edgerly worked as a Funeral Director for Uniservice Corporation in Portland, OR from 1993-1997. He took a position as Regional Market Growth and Operations Manager for the Loewen/Alderwoods Group in 1997 and remained with them for twelve years. He also served as a board member for the Oregon Funeral Directors Association, the Knights of Columbus, and Rotary International.
“Brett Edgerly’s wealth of experience will serve both him and his customers extremely well,” said Lance Ray, Executive Vice President of Sales. “We are pleased to have Brett join Pierce Chemical and know that he will provide his customers with excellent service.”
Pierce Chemical products include embalming and accessory chemicals, cosmetics, tables, aspirator machines, water control units, instruments, safety equipment and personal protection products. Chapel supplies are also available through the Pierce group, including casket pedestals, church trucks, signs, cards, flag cases and many other items.
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