Sedlak Congratulates VP Jeff Mueller on 25 Years

July 25, 2016 Topics: Announcements, News

Congratulations to Jeff Mueller on his 25th anniversary with Sedlak! Jeff serves as vice president with major responsibility for assessing clients’ distribution and logistics challenges and leading information technology efforts. His accomplished career includes supporting the successes of clients such as American Girl, Darice, Patagonia, Stella & Dot, DSW, Exel, and Eddie Bauer.

Jeff earned a bachelor’s of science in Industrial and Systems Engineering at The Ohio State University. He enjoys spending time with his wife and three children and has a passion for sports.

Happy anniversary, Jeff, and thank you for 25 years of Delivering Remarkable Experience!

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