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Two HVAC Veterans Promoted to Service General Manager at Tozour Energy Systems

Marcy Guerra and Tara Leri

A photo of Marcy Guerra (left) and Tara Leri (right)

March 15, 2018 — Tozour Energy Systems, a leading provider of HVAC and building automation systems, recently announced two promotions within its team. Marcy Guerra and Tara Leri, both longtime team members, have been promoted to Service General Manager.

Guerra’s territory is the city of Philadelphia and South Jersey, while Leri oversees the Pennsylvania suburbs; both individuals now have full profit-and-loss responsibility for their respective territories. Guerra and Leri are members of Mechanical Service Contractors of America, and have completed the MEA Leadership Advantage Certificate Program as well as the Main Line Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Program.

“Our company invests heavily in our team’s success and growth so we can develop leadership that is consistent with our culture,” said Kevin Duffy, president of Tozour Energy Systems. “We are proud of Marcy and Tara and are confident that they will lead their teams to provide exceptional service to our clients as well as continue the outstanding growth performance in our service business!”

Marcy Guerra has been on the Tozour team since July 2006, beginning as a Service Resource Coordinator. Guerra showed continued dedication and success, resulting in quick advancement during her 11 years at Tozour. She most recently had service operations responsibility in the Area Service Manager role. As a member of MSCA, Guerra has been on the Service Managers Committee for three years. She is currently working toward an MBA from the Fox School of Business at Temple University. 

Tara Leri began her career with Tozour as a Client Service Representative in August 2011. Leri demonstrated hard work and achievement during her six years with the company, which resulted in her being promoted to Area Service Supervisor and then Building Operations Service Manager. In her new role, Leri will retain Building Operations Services responsibility in addition to running all aspects of the service business in her territory.