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Hearth Products Controls Partners with Investment Group

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Hearth Products Controls Company (HPC), a Dayton, Ohio-based manufacturer of indoor and outdoor residential hearth products, announced that it has partnered with a Dayton investment group, which will hold majority interest in the company and bring the company professional management services and access to financial capital. Sean Steimle, an operating partner in this investment group, will join HPC at chief operating officer.

“We are excited about the resources and expertise that Sean and this investment team bring to HPC,” says Greg Steck, president of HPC. “They will help position HPC for strong growth in the future.”

COO Steimle adds, “HPC, under the leadership of Greg Steck, has built a strong reputation as a quality employer in the Dayton area, and as an innovative manufacturer and market leader in several product categories. We see significant growth opportunities for HPC’s employees and customers.”

About Hearth Products Controls Company

HPC is a leading manufacturer of indoor and outdoor residential hearth products, and distributes to a variety of markets throughout the world. The company manufacturers in Ohio, and has been in business since 1975.

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