Mike Synon has been appointed as the new president of HHH Tempering Resources. The company is now majority employee-owned, and the team is poised for continued growth through product line diversification and further development of its consultation and maintenance services.
During the past two years while serving as vice president of sales and marketing, Synon led considerable organizational change and growth at the company.
Previous majority owners, Leon and Rick Silverstein, have been transitioning ownership to an employee group of glass industry veterans and outside investors. The group of principal employees includes: Synon, Terry Hessom, and HHH founders, John Haws and Keith Hunt. As part of this planned organizational evolution, the Silversteins have stepped down. The process of transitioning stock to the new team will conclude in the first quarter of 2015.
According to a company release, the HHH team appreciates and celebrates the Silversteins’ 20 years of leadership. The Silversteins are now planning to focus on their interests in the broader glass industry.
“It’s the right time for HHH to be employee-led, and Synon is the ideal candidate to take them to the next level. Synon’s leadership will provide a platform for product line growth and overall diversification,” Leon Silverstein said regarding the transition.
HHH is now majority employee-owned, and the team is poised for continued growth through product line diversification and further development of its consultation and maintenance services.