SecureAire Technologies LLC, a Dunedin company that specializes in air purification systems, has hired Jeremiah John as vice president of finance and Joseph Vandehey as western regional manager, in addition to promoting Harold Greer to vice president of sales.
In a press release, SecureAire says an uptick in sales, particularly to health care facilities and cannabis-related indoor agriculture clients, prompted the expansion of its executive leadership team.
“Health experts are sounding the alarm: Air quality is worse than it has ever been, and it’s causing serious health problems for individuals and financial costs for businesses,” SecureAire President Frank Stamatatos states in the release. “Fortunately, our technology can significantly improve air quality indoors, where Americans spend 90% of their time. Thanks to our talented new executive team, we now have the capacity to help more people realize the benefits of clean indoor air.”
John, the release states, comes to SecureAire from Freedom Fuels and Commodities LLC in Austin, Texas, where he served as controller and was responsible for all accounting functions for the company. Vandehey, meanwhile, brings three decades of sales experience to his role at SecureAire. He most recently served as southwest regional sales manager at Particle Measuring Systems.
Greer, according to the release, has served as SecureAire’s residential business development manager since February 2021. He has 20 years of experience in the HVAC industry.