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Greg Crumpton

Vice President, Critical Facilities Service Logic

Greg Crumpton’s personal & professional goals are to serve the people that he is working with and/or for. Crumpton carries this mantra in his professional life and his home life.

Having 36+ years as a full service mechanical and mission critical environments contractor with a heavy emphasis on service, maintenance and repair, Crumpton specializes in mission critical cooling (Heat Rejection) and electrical infrastructures, as well as the comfort cooling surrounding them.

As a continual entrepreneur, several markets strike him as interesting. As varied as you could imagine, they range from Colombian Coffee with his friends at The Common Place, all the way to serving as an adviser for several start-ups in the emerging technology world via www.ebullientcooling.com & www.atompower.com. Giving back to his community is of equal importance; www.apparo.org is one way of doing just that.

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