July/August 2020 Family Matters
Scott Teerlinck has joined Crescent Electric Supply Co., a 101-year-old family company based in East Dubuque, Ill., as president and CEO. Teerlinck succeeds Marty Burbridge, who is retiring after more than 41 years with the company.
Before joining Crescent, Teerlinck was president of Werner Electric Supply for more than seven years. Prior to that, he spent nearly 19 years at Rockwell Automation, where he served in sales and management roles.
Crescent Electric Supply Company, one of the largest electrical supply distributors in the United States, serves the contractor, institutional and industrial markets with a broad line of electrical, industrial, and datacomm products from more than 140 branch locations in 26 states.
Kristen Bauer has been named CEO of Laird Norton Wealth Management. The Seattle firm, founded in 1967 to serve the financial needs of the Laird and Norton families, now serves more than 600 individuals, families, private foundations and non-profit organizations.
Bauer joined the firm in mid-April as president. She previously was managing director for the Pacific Northwest at Tiedemann Advisors and led Tiedemann’s national family office practice. Earlier, she served as CFO, chief business development officer, chief client service officer and then president at Threshold Group.
She succeeds Robert Moser, who retired after serving as Laird Norton Wealth Management’s CEO since 2010.