Stentz Joins Butler Gas - 7/6/2011
Alex Stentz joined Butler Gas Products (Pittsburgh, PA) and will take on the role of director of management information systems. He is responsible for improving the internal business and technology systems at Butler Gas Products. As the son of Executive Vice President and minority owner Debi Butler, Stentz is the second third-generation family member to join the 63-year-old business. Stentz started at Butler Gas Products several years ago, working in the plant and in customer service during the summer. He is a recent graduate of Ashland University in Ohio, where he was a member of the Eagle Entrepreneur program, setting up workshops and seminars between Ashland students and experienced entrepreneurs. He has a degree in entrepreneurship and a minor in management information systems.
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