Meet the Service Leadership

 

Marc Bosley

Director of Information Technology

As one of the original 3 team members of Summit Mailing and Shipping Systems, most will agree that Marc is an unspoken leader within the organization. Otherwise quiet, Marc’s voice and leadership can be recognized in the knowledge and creativity he provides daily. His many contributions have been instrumental in making Summit such a unique organization over the past 25 years. In addition to being responsible for Summit’s internal technology, he serves as a project manager for the most complex solutions Summit provides. He works closely with our most prestigious clients to engineer, develop and implement solutions that solve the most complicated of business challenges. He wouldn’t want us to bore you with his countless accreditations and certifications, because after all it’s what he’s been able to accomplish with them that renders importance. If we haven’t been clear up to this point, rest assured that if you have the pleasure of working with Marc on a project, his level of intellect and dedication will speak for itself.

Marc resides in Oklahoma City with his wife Ann and 2 daughters.

 

 

Lane Luman

Field Service Supervisor

As one of Summit’s most tenured technicians, with 18 years of service, he clearly defines his role as a Field Service Supervisor. Lane joined the Summit family in February of 2000 as a Field Service Technician. Prior to beginning his career with Summit Lane joined the air force. During this time found himself in a somewhat high pressure position, as a Missile Facility Specialist. The position primarily focused the servicing of refrigeration systems in missile silos. Perhaps the skills he mastered during that time allow him to provide a high level of support to our clients, even in the most difficult of situations. Today he leads a team of technicians and encourages them to break the mold of what most would expect from a “copier technician”. As a Field Service Supervisor he is responsible for the continued education and training of the technicians who look to him for support. In addition to ensuring the technicians have an enriched technical understanding of equipment we provide, he also provides technical pre-sales support to our sales team. Lane excels in his position by understanding the importance of communication, work ethic and knowledge.

Lane  loves spending time with his children Greg, Cory, Miranda and youngest Garrin. The family stays busy, particularly on the motocross track.

 

 

Grant Weaver

Field Service Supervisor

At the age of 17, Grant may be one of the youngest team members to ever have joined the Summit family. In 2001, after coming on board it was obvious he had chosen to embark on a path with a company that would encourage him to become the best at everything he set his mind to. While keeping his mind on continuing his education, he also began to gain the knowledge that today makes him one of Summit's most respected technicians. Grant not only gains the respect of Summit clients by exhibiting his technical knowledge, but utilizing his ability to understand the true needs of the business executives he works with daily. Today Grant shares his knowledge by leading a team of technicians. As a Field Service Supervisor he is responsible for the continued education and training of the technicians who look to him for support. In addition to ensuring the technicians have an enriched technical understanding of equipment we offer, he also provides technical pre-sales support to our sales team. Customers and colleagues agree that you can always count on an honest thoughtful answer from Grant. That is only one of many qualities that make him such a valuable asset to Summit.

Grant resides in Yukon. His interests outside of spending time with friends and family include boating, gardening, as well as advocating firearm safety.

 

 
 

Chris Stewart

Logistics Supervisor

Chris Stewart joined the Summit family in 2002. The culture of the company assured Chris that Summit would be the best place to begin his career. Growing up in the relatively small community of Chickasha, Ok, Chris had an appreciation for the local family oriented feel that Summit has been known for. Prior to joining Summit Chris attended Hutchinson Junior College in Hutchinson, KS. During this time he worked in the retail industry and began to develop skills and gain an understanding of operational processes and inventory control. During his tenure with Summit Chris has taken on many responsibilities within the service department. Today he is responsible for overseeing all shipping and receiving processes as well as maintaining inventory levels of all parts and supplies. Chris serves as a leader and motivates his team by creating an upbeat, organized work environment and leading by example. Most executives would agree that the single most admirable character quality of someone responsible for inventory assets would be virtue and thoroughness. Summit believes Chris continues to grow and excel professionally, as thoroughness and virtue are qualities he is best known for.

Chris spends his free time staying active within his church. Chris shares his competitive spirit with those around him and will infamously be known for challenging Summit’s President/CEO, Tony Pezeshkian, to a foot race. This challenge ultimately took place in the parking lot of Summit’s facility and ended with uncertainty as to who actually earned the title of winner. That uncertainty keeps the Summit family looking forward to the inevitable rematch