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1/11/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Miller Welding & Machine Names New President

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The appointment of Eric D. Miller marks the third generation of leadership for the family-owned strategic metal fabrication partner for OEMs.

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Miller Welding & Machine (Brookville, Pennsylvania), a strategic metals manufacturing partner for OEMs, has named Eric D. Miller president, marking the third generation of leadership for the family-owned business. Eric Miller will report to former president David K. Miller, who will take on the role of Chairman of the Board. Cathy Elensky, previously Inventory Manager, has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer.

As president, Eric Miller will be responsible for all operations across the company’s three plants in Brookville and Homer City, Pennsylvania. He has held various roles over the past 23 years, including clerk, IT specialist, and customer service and purchasing positions. Most recently, he was Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

“I’m thrilled to be given the opportunity to build on such a successful company legacy, as forged by the humble roots of my grandparents and father,” says Eric Miller. “Because of their strong leadership, we’re well positioned to launch Miller Welding & Machine as an Industry 4.0 hub for innovative OEMs.”

David K. Miller joined the company more than 40 years ago, eventually leading the business in its shift from repair and refurbishment services to full strategic OEM fabrication.

Ms. Elensky served in the United States Army Reserves before joining the company, where she has acted as buyer, materials manager and inventory manager.

Over the last 50 years, the company has evolved from a three-person operation into a single-source supplier for metal manufacturing needs. It employs approximately 400 people in Western Pennsylvania.

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