Aldridge appointed managing director of Enovation Controls

By Chad Elmore30 April 2021

Helios Technologies names Billy Aldridge to succeed Jinger McPeak.


Helios Technologies Inc. has named Billy Aldridge as the senior vice president, managing director of Enovation Controls LLC, effective May 3.

Jinger McPeak, president of Electronic Controls, has informed the company of her intention to resign for personal reasons. McPeak has agreed to remain with the company to ensure a smooth leadership transition and her resignation will be effective June 1.

“We thank Jinger for her over 16 combined years of service and leadership with both FW Murphy and Enovation Controls and wish her well in her next chapter,” said Josef Matosevic, the company’s president and CEO. “We have strong succession planning across our businesses and are pleased to promote Billy Aldridge to succeed Jinger. We continue our multi-year journey to build Electronics into a top industry player, and Jinger is leaving the business in a strong position poised for growth. We are excited about our future opportunities with our Electronics segment and believe Billy was the logical choice and will be a strong contributor to our success.”

Aldridge brings over 21 years of experience in the electronic and operations industry. Billy joined MerCruiser/Mercury, part of the Brunswick Corp., in 2000, where he earned his Lean Six Sigma and worked in many different functional areas including supply chain, program management and OEM sales. He moved into the OEM sales manager role at FW Murphy in 2008 where he grew the marine market prior to stepping into a director position in 2015 and then in 2018 moving to his current position of vice president of business development.

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