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MEPCO announces organizational changes

DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,490
Marshalltown, IA – Marshall Engineered Products Company (MEPCO), a manufacturer of steam specialties, heating/chiller pump packages, centrifugal pumps, regenerative turbine pumps, balancing valves and hydronic specialties products has announced several recent organizational changes.

Larry Clark has been named Vice President of Sales and Marketing, a new position. Clark joined the company in early 2002 as regional sales manager, based in Northeast Pennsylvania, and will continue to work out of that office. He will report to Bill Lowen, president and CEO.

Dennis Fontanini, supervisor of MEPCO’s machined products supervisor is now responsible for supervising all manufacturing operations. He will report to Roger Bauer, Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing in that position. Fontanini has been with MEPCO for six years.

Bruce Tuttle, who has previously held a number of supervisory positions in manufacturing during his 23 years with MEPCO, will be Inventory Control Manager, also a new position. Tuttle will continue to report to Roger Bauer, Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing.

Wendy Fontanini has been transferred to the customer service department as the lead Customer Service Representative. She was previously assigned to the engineering department and had recently been assisting customer service on a shared-time basis. Her duties in the engineering department are being assumed by Diane Kreimeyer.

New sales representative appointments include Industrial Controls, Inc., in Mechanicsburg, PA; Industrial Engineering Co. in Orlando, FL; Karch Energy Service Inc., in Hollywood, FL; and AMECO Inc. in Broken Arrow, OK.

Mark Hemingson, formerly inside sales manager, has left the company to pursue other interests.

MEPCO is celebrating its 100th year in Marshalltown, Iowa, where C.A. Dunham founded the company with the introduction of the first commercially successful liquid-filled steam trap in 1903. The Dunham Co. later became the Dunham Div. of Dunham-Bush and has operated under its present name since 1995. For more information, visit MEPCO online at www.mepcollc.com.
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