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Foley Inc.’s Fire Apparatus Division Strengthens Sales Team With New Hires

Wed February 01, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Michael Kubas, vice president of Foley Power Systems has announced that Foley Incorporated has recently hired new account representatives for its Foley fire apparatus division. Rickey Delmore and Wayne Lyons have joined the team to manage Seagrave customer accounts within Foley’s territory, which includes all of New Jersey and the following nine counties in Pennsylvania: Pike, Monroe, Northampton, Lehigh, Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware and Chester.

Rickey Delmore will be covering Warren County in New Jersey, as well as the counties of Pike, Monroe, Northampton and Lehigh in Pennsylvania. Delmore comes to Foley with more than 12 years of experience in the firefighting field. Having been a member of the Dewey Fire Company #1 in Hellertown, Pa., for 12 years, he has held the title of chief from 2006 to present. Delmore also works as a Pennsylvania State Fire Instructor.

Bill Connolly, Foley fire apparatus sales manager, commented “Rickey is home grown in the central Pennsylvania territory he will be serving. He is deeply committed to the fire business, as well as the community. Rickey is a good, honest family man. You couldn’t ask for a more down to earth person to help you build your dream apparatus.”

Wayne Lyons will be joining the Foley fire apparatus sales team to cover the southern New Jersey counties of Burlington, Ocean, Camden, Gloucester, Atlantic, Salem, Cumberland and Cape May. Lyons, who has twenty years of experience in both the volunteer and career side of firefighting, is a third generation fire fighter in his family. While a member of the East Brunswick Independent Fire Company, Lyons held numerous offices including chief. He is currently a career lieutenant in Monroe Fire District Three, Monroe, N.J.

Connolly said, “Wayne comes from a family with deep roots in the fire industry. Wayne doesn’t just talk the talk; he walks the walk, making it his job to stay current and up to speed on all of the latest firefighting techniques and training. As your Seagrave go-to-guy, you couldn’t ask for a better man.”

Rob Zelehoski came to Foley fire apparatus in early 2011 when Foley Fire first became a Seagrave dealer. Zelehoski is the company’s full-time Seagrave sales specialist, leading the team of Seagrave sales representatives. He will cover the N.J. counties of Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon, Morris, Union, Monmouth and Mercer. Zelehoski, who has been a member of the East Brunswick Independent Fire Co. for 20 years, has held all line officer positions, including chief from 2009-2011. Having served the fire service industry since 1996, he began his career at Campbell Supply, where he worked until he was hired by Seagrave in 2001.

“Since Rob has joined the Foley fire apparatus team, he has already made significant progress establishing positive relationships with current Seagrave owners,” said Connolly, “He will work tirelessly to exceed an agency’s expectations, while putting together a piece of apparatus with exact specifications. They simply don’t come any better than Rob.”

Lou Warnet, who joined the Foley fire apparatus division in early 2011, will continue to cover the N.J. counties of Sussex, Passaic, Bergen, Hudson and Essex. Warnet came to Foley Inc. with 15 years of experience selling Seagrave products, as well as multiple years of hands-on firefighting experience.

“Lou is one of the most dedicated Seagrave people I have ever met. I admire his passion and commitment to the Seagrave product line, as well as our customers. No one will work harder to make sure our customers get exactly what they need,” Connolly said.

Based in Piscataway, N.J., Foley is the Caterpillar dealer in north and central Jersey, Staten Island and Bermuda. Since 1957, Foley offers solutions for Power Generation, On-Highway Engine, Construction Equipment and other job site rental needs. Foley recently added the Foley fire apparatus division to serve the emergency services field.

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