P. Welch Goggins, Jr.
Executive Officer, and Director
Mr. Goggins was promoted to the office
of President and Chief Executive Officer of Cleaver-Brooks, Inc., and was
elected as a Director effective April 1, 2005. Mr. Goggins was Senior Vice
President, Sales and Marketing from January 2004 until his promotion to Chief
Executive Officer. Previously, Mr. Goggins served as Vice President, Sales and
Marketing since April 2000. Mr. Goggins began his career in 1975 with Industrial
Boiler Company, which Cleaver-Brooks acquired in 1992 and, prior to his
promotion to his current position, served in various sales and marketing,
operational management, and executive positions within the Company. Mr. Goggins
holds a BA in Business Administration from Georgia Southern University. He
served as chairman of the American Boiler Manufacturers Association (ABMA) from
2006 to 2007.
John C. Oakley
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Oakley joined the company in 2013 as Chief Financial Officer. Throughout his career, Mr. Oakley has served in senior financial positions for both publicly traded and privately held companies. Previously, Mr. Oakley was President, Chief Financial Officer and Director for Flanders Corp., an air filtration product manufacturer based in Washington, N.C. He has also served as the Chief Financial Officer at Nexxus Lighting and Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Director at Home Meridian International. Mr. Oakley began his career as an Audit Supervisor with Arthur Andersen, LLP. He gained experience working as Corporate Controller for Collins & Aikman Floorcoverings and as Treasurer for Pulaski Furniture Corp., where he managed banking relationships, treasury and tax functions. Mr. Oakley earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is a licensed CPA.
President, Packaged Boiler Systems
Mr. Pfefferkorn joined the Company in March 1997 as part of the
Aftermarket Products Group. Mr. Pfefferkorn was promoted to Vice President of
Marketing and Distribution Sales in 2003 and has served as President of the
Packaged Boiler Systems Division since 2005. Prior to joining the Company, Mr.
Pfefferkorn held engineering, marketing, and operations positions in the heat
transfer and metal fabrication industry. Mr. Pfefferkorn is a member of the
board of directors of the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute
and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and is a member of the ABMA and the
Council of Industrial Boiler Owners. Mr. Pfefferkorn holds a BS in Mechanical
Engineering and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin.
Mr. St-Denis joined the Company in
connection with our acquisition of NATCOM in 2001, where he served as President
of our NATCOM Division, overseeing the integration of the NATCOM burner
technology throughout our product lines. In 2005, Mr. St-Denis was appointed to
the position of President of our Engineered Boiler Systems Division. Prior to
joining the Company, Mr. St-Denis served as President of NATCOM, which he
co-founded in 1988. Mr. St-Denis has more than 30 years of experience in the
industrial combustion business, and has established and developed markets for
NATCOM burners in more than 15 countries worldwide. Mr. St-Denis also owns a
contracting business, SD-Combustion Ltd., which is involved in the service,
light assembly, and installation of boilers, burners, and related equipment. Mr.
St-Denis holds a degree in Business and Instrumentation & Control from
Valleyfield College and a degree in Mechanical / Electrical and Building
Contracting from the Canadian BCI.
President, Packaged Burner
Mr. Valentino joined the Company in 1989
as the Director of Research and Development for the Cleaver-Brooks Division. Mr.
Valentino became President of the Packaged Burner Systems Division in 2005.
Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Valentino worked for Power Flame, Inc., for
nine years as Vice President of Engineering. Mr. Valentino has also held various
engineering positions at Ludell Manufacturing, Kemco Systems, and
Allis-Chalmers. Mr. Valentino holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the
University of Wisconsin and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Marquette
Senior Vice President, Operations
Lowell joined the company in 2012 as Senior Vice President of Operations. From
2010 to 2012, Mr. Lowell was the Vice President of United Technologies' GR&C
business unit, which produces lifesaving detection and alarming equipment. From
1998 to 2010, he held roles of increasing responsibility in the General Electric
Company, spanning materials management, operations, plant management, and
culminating with responsibility for multiple site operations at GE Energy. He
began his career with Exxon Corporation as a Marine Engineering Officer, where
he traveled globally from 1990 through 1998, focusing on power generation and
propulsion. Mr. Lowell earned a BS in Marine Engineering from the Maine Maritime
Academy. He holds a First Class Stationary Engineer's License as well as a USCG
First Engineering Officer's License.
Paul M. Anderson
Senior Vice President,
Strategic Sales and Marketing
Mr. Anderson joined the company in 2013
as Senior Vice President of Strategic Sales and Marketing. Previously, he held
the position of Vice President of Marketing, Product Management and Research
Development for the SKF Lubrication Business Unit. SKF purchased Lincoln
Holdings Enterprises in 2011, where Mr. Anderson held the position of Global
Vice President of Marketing and Product Development. Mr. Anderson began his
career at Ingersoll-Rand in 1993 as an Application Engineer. He advanced through
the company, serving in a number of sales, marketing and managerial positions
across the United States and Canada. When Mr. Anderson left Ingersoll-Rand in
2007, he was Director of Aftermarket for Hussmann in the Americas. Mr. Anderson
holds a BA in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto and earned his
MBA in Marketing and Finance from York University in Toronto.