The Hiller Companies announces new CEO/President

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The Hiller Companies is excited to announce the appointment of new CEO and President, Patrick Lynch. This appointment comes on the heels of our outgoing CEO and President, Dan Romanchuk who announced his retirement in April of this year. Patrick brings more than 20 years of progressive leadership experience in the maritime industry, and in addition has held more recent leadership roles serving the commercial & industrial markets as well. Patrick has been with The Hiller Companies since March 2014 serving as Chief Operating Officer.

“Over the last 15 years, Dan Romanchuk has done an excellent job in building our business and has taken us to new heights. We thank him for his leadership. In today’s business climate, you have to continuously evolve in order to meet your customer’s demands and expectations. We are truly excited to add Patrick to our leadership team. I have the utmost confidence that Patrick will lead us to even greater levels while guiding Hiller to meet and surpass what our customers expect.”
Duncan Greenwood, Chairman of the Board

In his new role, Mr. Lynch will be responsible for building upon Hiller’s leadership position in the fire protection and life safety industry. He will continue to develop the relationships Hiller has built over the last 95 years and expand Hiller’s design, installation, and service capabilities in both the marine and commercial markets.

Lynch holds an MBA from the University of San Francisco, a BS in Marine Engineering and a BS in Marine Transportation from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.

Celebrating more than 95 years and recognized as the longest tenured fire equipment distributor in the U.S., The Hiller Companies offer products and services that are protecting lives and property all around the world. Headquartered in Mobile, Alabama, Hiller extends its reach globally as well as in domestic markets with offices in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. We are proud to safeguard everything from small businesses to nuclear testing facilities, yachts to aircraft carriers, and gas stations to offshore platforms.