Safe Fleet Fire, EMS, and Industrial (FRC, FoamPro, Elkhart Brass, ROM) is excited to share recent news regarding our Fire and EMS sales team.

Bill Eletto has been hired as Northeast Regional Sales Manager. In his role, Bill will be responsible for supporting established Fire & EMS customers as well as developing new relationships in the Northeast territory which includes Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Maine. Bill brings an extensive firefighting background to Safe Fleet, having most recently served at E.D. Bullard Company as Northeast Territory Manager. He also has 27 years of experience as a volunteer firefighter. Bill’s passion and ability to build lasting relationships will be a substantial benefit to our sales team and Northeast customers.

In addition to Bill Eletto’s hiring, Safe Fleet FEI is happy to welcome Steve Meekhof as Midwest Regional Sales Manager. In his new role, Steve will continue to build and strengthen relationships with Fire & EMS customers in the Midwest. His territory will include: Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Steve brings over 20 years of industry and product knowledge to Safe Fleet, having served in a variety of positions over his career. Steve previously served as Regional Sales Manager at Snap-Tile Hose company. Prior to his time at Snap-Tile Hose, Steve served in sales positions at both TecNiq as well as a fire apparatus manufacturer. In addition to his previous professional roles, Steve’s 16 years as a volunteer firefighter will make him a great asset for our Midwest customers. Steve is also a U.S. Navy veteran.

Finally, Mike Cesarz has accepted a new sales role within Safe Fleet FEI, joining the OEM Sales team. Mike has served as Midwest Regional Sales Manager for the past 2 years and developed a strong knowledge of Safe Fleet FEI products. Mike’s product knowledge and ability to form strong relationships will make him a valuable asset for our OEM customers.