Photo: Stream’s new CEO, Larry Mondry.
Essential services provider Stream has appointed Larry Mondry to succeed outgoing President and CEO Mark “Bouncer” Schiro.
Mondry is a former CompUSA executive who spent 16 years in a succession of roles, ultimately serving as president and CEO of the consumer electronics retailer. He previously was CEO of CSK Auto, a specialty auto parts chain acquired in 2008 by O’Reilly Automotive. Mondry currently sits on the board of Micron Technology.
“Considering Larry’s impressive track record as a seasoned executive and proven skill at growing companies, I’m confident he will serve Stream well as our new president and CEO,” Schiro said in a statement. “I know he is the right leader to bring Stream into its next era.”
Schiro took on leadership of the Dallas-based company in 2011, tasked with laying the groundwork for future expansion and diversification of the business. During his tenure, Stream began to build upon its core energy offerings with other essential services, including Mobile Services and Protective Services, under the Stream Connected Home concept. Upon stepping down, effective immediately, Schiro will continue his longtime involvement as a company shareholder and board member.
“Bouncer has been my partner for 10 years and has worked hard to set Stream up for continued success,” said Rob Snyder, Stream Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board. “He has left this firm organizationally more effective and financially stronger than at any time in our history. And with Larry, I know that we have leadership that will leverage off the base that Bouncer has built. Now more than ever, Stream is ready to grow.”