GEG Promotes Dumba

Press Release
Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Maury Dumba

Greene’s Energy Group (GEG), a  provider of integrated testing, rentals and specialty services, has promoted Maury Dumba to Senior Vice President of Business Development, announced CEO Bob Vilyus.


Dumba, who is based in Houston, previously served as the company’s Vice President of Business Development where he developed strategic plans and identified future growth opportunities for the company through organic expansion and acquisitions.   In his new position, Dumba will maintain these duties and will also provide oversight for organic growth initiatives.


“Maury’s strategic thinking and the tactical delivery of his business plans have allowed Greene’s to continue to experience positive growth and exceptional results through more than eight acquisitions in two years, the introduction of new service lines and the opening of operations around the world ,” said Vilyus.  “With 2013 on the horizon we look forward to the company’s continued success and development through organic and acquisition growth – domestically and internationally.”


Prior to joining Greene’s Energy Group, he served as CEO/President of Cadre Services, Inc.  He has also held leadership and growth positions with General Electric, Capstone Turbine Company and Schlumberger.  


Dumba earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. 




 

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