Jomar Valve is proud to announce the hiring of Lauren Berenato as national specifications manager. Berenato is well known and respected in the industry from her previous role at ThermOmegaTech. Her efforts and success with the Circuit Solver makes her an ideal fit for the Jomar Valve team and what it is trying to achieve. Berenato’s impressive education boasts a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University, a Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law, and a Master of Patent Law from the University of Notre Dame.
For more than five years, Jomar Valve has been positioning its product line to service more of the commercial and mechanical market places. Berenato’s role will be to support the company's existing regional sales managers by getting Jomar Valve specified in top engineering and design build mechanical contractor firms in the country.
In recent years, Jomar Valve has invested much in the American Supply Association (ASA) and all of its regional affiliates to support and strengthen Jomar Valve's distributor relationships. Furthermore, Jomar Valve is one of only five valve manufactures in the Mechanical Contractor Association of America (MCAA) where mechanical and commercial contractor relationships have been the company's main focus. Berenato’s demonstrated success within the engineering community in specialized roles will help connect the dots.
“Lauren’s unique skill set will create significant opportunities to bring value to commercial and mechanical engineers and contractors, including product presentations, technical training and CEU’s,” said Paul Craig, president of Jomar Valve.
Jomar Valve is also proud to announce the hiring of John Keep as marketing content specialist. In recent years, Jomar Valve has made great strides in its marketing and branding efforts. To continue these efforts, the company is excited to utilize the experience and talents that Keep has to offer. With a bachelor’s degree in digital media from the University of Detroit Mercy, he has several years of experience in digital marketing, graphics, and photography. Jomar Valve is confident Keep will make an immediate impact in its organization.
“I am very impressed with the artistic skills John possesses,” said Adam Stier, vice president of Jomar Valve. “We are thrilled about John’s videography, photography, and web design talents and feel he will bring a unique creative perspective to our marketing vision.”
The company is proud to announce the promotion of Noah Dinger to vice president of sales for its plumbing and industrial divisions as well. Jomar Valve prides itself in recruiting and developing individuals with a high degree of integrity and outstanding talent. Dinger is no exception. After six years and multiple roles within the organization, it has been clear that his efforts and drive to win have been key contributing factors to company success in the segments he manages.
Dinger currently leads a team of five regional sales managers across the country. Under his leadership, they have tirelessly built a top-notch sales representative network that supports Jomar Valve in giving unparalleled service to its distributor partners. His abilities to effectively manage these managers, while maintaining and developing strategic partnerships with distributors, have been important contributions to the company's exceptional growth.
“Noah is a fierce competitor and loves to win,” said Stier. “His dedication to our company and drive to outperform our competitors are what makes him the perfect choice for this VP of Sales position. With Noah’s continued sales leadership and hard work ethic, Jomar Valve expects to continue to experience aggressive sales growth.”
Jomar Valve is a top North American manufacturer and supplier of ball valves, butterfly valves, actuation, check valves, balancing valves and strainers with several patented valve solutions. Positioned in the plumbing, LP and natural gas, industrial and hydronic markets, Jomar has continued to provide a diverse product line that has adapted to industry change for more than 50 years.