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Mike focuses on expanding company’s growth & developing the next Generation of UTEX leaders worldwide. He joined UTEX in 2006 as CEO and serves on Board of Directors. Mike has held various leadership positions throughout his career including President of Danaher’s Setra Systems, Dolan Jenner and Sensors & Controls – Asian Companies. Mike has a Degree in Industrial Engineering from University of Lowell and an MBA from Boston University.
Pete leads the Company’s finance, HR, IT, risk management and administrative functions that support operations. Pete has over 25 years of experience in senior management roles, including UTEX, Border Media Partners, Containment Solutions, Inc., and Baker Hughes INTEQ. Pete began his career in the audit practice of PriceWaterhouse Coopers and is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Accounting.
Chuck directs improvements in process, equipment efficiency and lean manufacturing principles for UTEX. Prior to joining UTEX in 1999, Chuck held roles in Operations, Sales, Engineering and General Management at Garlock, JM Clipper, Michelin Tire Corporation and Johnson & Johnson. Chuck has a degree in Industrial Management from La Salle College and an MBA from Illinois Benedictine University. He also served as an Engineering Officer in U.S. Navy.
Wellon is responsible for the development of the Lean Culture across all segments and disciplines within UTEX, focusing on rapid-continuous improvement, process discipline, and team development. Prior to UTEX, he worked for General Motors and General Electric, in various leadership roles and served as the Director of Supply Chain & Quality and Continuous Improvement for CSWI-Strathmore. He served in the United States Marine Corps, has a B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering from Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University at Marion, Indiana.
Wes leads the Well Service Products group that services the Pressure Pumping industry. Wes has 19 years of experience in the aftermarket sales of pressure pumping equipment. Prior to joining UTEX in December of 2017, Wes was co-owner of Energy Products Inc where he served as President and oversaw the sales and services teams and managed vendor relationships / negotiated pricing. Wes has a degree in Communications from the University of Tulsa.
Dennis leads the Core Products sales group that services multiple markets beyond the High Pressure Pumping industry. Dennis has over 40 years of experience in direct sales of custom components for the O&G and Industrial markets. Prior to this role, Dennis worked on the sales team having direct account responsibilities and mentoring the sales team.
Darrell is responsible for directing the operations of the Well Service division at UTEX. Before joining UTEX in 2010, Darrell held roles in Project Engineering, Engineering Management, Operations, and Executive Leadership. Darrell has a degree in Industrial Technology from Mississippi State University and is currently an MBA candidate at the University of Texas at Dallas’s Global Leadership Executive MBA program. Darrell founded South West MERIT Association and serving as a board member with the Mansfield Chamber of Commerce. Darrell also served 21 years in the Army National Guard Corp of Engineers, conducting multiple humanitarian and combat tours, retiring as a Major in 2009.
Charlie spent the first 18 years of his 40 years in the industry on the engineering side before moving to sales. Charlie is currently responsible for developing UTEX business in the Asia Pacific as well as developing local leadership. He has both operations and commercial responsibilities.
Mark leads a team of Engineers and Technicians supplying designs and support to our customers. The team also expands and supports Utex product lines with innovative solutions. After graduating with a BSME from UW-Madison, Mark spent 10 years in the automotive industry. From there he transitioned to the pumping industry and has served with Utex for more than the past 15 years.
Ed is responsible for the development of new material formulas and maintaining the existing manufacturing process of non-metallic materials for UTEX. Before joining UTEX in 2002, Ed held various positions within Keystone Polymers and was responsible for managing the rubber molding business unit. He started rubber mixing and molding divisions in China and Mexico for Keystone Valve. Ed also worked for Gates Molded Products Company, Cameron Elastomer Products, and Brown Oil Tools. Ed has a BS degree in Chemistry from Sam Houston State and attended the University of Akron’s MS program studying Polymer Science. Ed is currently a member of the Energy Polymer Group (EPG) and the Rubber Division of the American Chemical Society. He has been published in several technical papers and holds patents and patent applications.
Jonathan is tasked with promoting and maintaining a quality mindset across UTEX Industries through organizational discipline that meets domestic and international standards. He has over 18 years of experience in manufacturing as a Six Sigma Black Belt with extensive experience in both ISO 9001 and 14001. He is a graduate of Auburn University, earning a BS in Chemistry. Prior to joining the UTEX team, Jonathan served as a chemist and quality leader for Valspar, AkzoNobel, and Sherwin-Williams.
Lorena leads Supply Chain and Logistics. She has extensive experience in Logistics, Trade Compliance, and Supply Chain within the Oil & Gas and Industrial markets. Lorena is also responsible for cost reductions and continuous process improvement. Before joining UTEX, she held Leadership Global roles with FMC Technologies and Emerson Actuation Technologies. Lorena received her BA degree from the University of Houston and an M.B.A. from Tulane University.
Alvin leads Human Resources for UTEX and responsible for driving talent management and human capital strategies for the company. He has over 20 years of human resource leadership experience. He holds an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan and a BS Degree from Indiana University along with certifications from the Society for Human Resource Management – SCP, the Human Capital Institute, Human Capital Strategist, Myers-Briggs facilitator, and Development Dimensions International, Certified Trainer. Prior to Utex, he served as Director of Operations & Human Resources, Burckhardt Compression (US) Inc., Flexitallic Group, Siemens, 84 Lumber, and Eli Lilly & Company.
Jill leads the Company’s Accounting team to support management objectives and ensure the Company is in compliance with financial reporting standards and government agencies. Jill has 30 years of accounting experience including public accounting. Prior to joining UTEX in 2003, Jill held roles as Controller and Director of Treasury Operations in various industries and well as 10 years in public accounting and is a graduate of the University of Houston system with a degree in Accounting.
John leads the Company’s Information Systems organization as well as Continuous Improvement. John has over 25 years of management roles, including UTEX, RR Donnelley, Containment Solutions, & Owens Corning Fiberglas. He has supported various roles in IT, Engineering, Operations, Project Management, & Lean Six Sigma primarily around Operations support. John is a graduate of UT Arlington with a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems. John began his career in the US Navy serving as an Electronics Technician on a Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine.
Julian leads Financial Analysis, Planning, and Budgeting efforts for UTEX. Prior to joining the Company in 2013 and transitioning into corporate finance, Julian held various roles in Private Wealth Management and Portfolio Financial Analysis for Global Financial Services. Julian has a degree in Business Administration with a Finance concentration from the University of Houston and an M.B.A. from Tulane University.
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