Sundyne names new CEO

23 July 2021

Mary Zappone

Sundyne announced that Mary Zappone has joined the company as chief executive officer, succeeding Mark Sefcik, who is transitioning to president of the Sundyne Products business unit.

Zappone has more than 20 years of experience leading industrial companies in sectors that include industrial services, chemicals, energy infrastructure, industrial manufacturing, distribution and equipment rental. Most recently, she was CEO and a board member of Brace Industrial Group, a provider of specialty industrial construction services. Prior to Brace, Zappone was president and CEO of Service Champ, a distributor of consumable automotive aftermarket maintenance parts and accessories.

She has served as president and CEO of RecoverCare, a provier of medical equipment. She has also held leadership positions at Tyco, General Electric, McKinsey & Co. and Exxon.

“Sundyne has assembled an incredible portfolio of flow control brands that represent industry-leading and innovative pump & compressor businesses that are backed by strong customer service,” Zappone said. “The company’s significant growth opportunities through acquisitions and organic channels are exciting, and I look forward to leading the company in its next chapter of growth.”

Sefcik has led Sundyne since early 2017, during which time he helped the company grow its strategic customer relationships, expand and deepen Sundyne’s supplier relationships, and improve the operational delivery and product development functions.

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