Northeast Sales Territory Realignment

To provide continued service with technical personnel who have experience in the potable and wastewater industries, Coyne Environmental has realigned our sales territories.

New territory assignments are as follows:

  • Kevin Brassard—Northeastern PA, Northern NJ, Southeastern NY, New England
  • Scott Cohorsky—Southeastern PA, Central and Southern NJ
  • Tim McComas—South Central PA, MD, DE, Northern VA, Eastern WV

Why the change? And what about Paul?

The good and the bad news is that Paul Devine, our friend and colleague who has been with us for over 39 years (!!), has decided to start his well-earned retirement. For those customers in southeastern PA and NJ who had the pleasure of working with Paul, please join us in wishing him all the best. Paul, you will be missed!

Because of Paul’s retirement, we had to shift some territories around, as indicated above. Scott Cohorsky will be assuming most of Paul’s territory, while Kevin Brassard is relocating and will be responsible for covering Scott’s existing territory. Rest assured that all our Chemical Application Specialists provide the level of service you have come to expect from Coyne Environmental.

More detailed information as to specific coverage of all Coyne Environmental Chemical Application Specialists can be found on our website: Should you have any questions regarding this transition, please contact our offices at: 215-785-3000 or 800-523-1230.

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