Mark Keller serves as an Owner/Project Manager for Keller Technology Corporation and is a member of the Kenmore Mercy Foundation Board of Trustees. Keller Technology Corporation was funded by Mark's great-great-grandfather and great-grandfather in 1918; then known as Duplex Buffing Machine. The company began at the foot of Washington St. (along the Buffalo River) where it serviced freighters in the Buffalo Harbor. The operation moved to its current location in Tonawanda in 1950.
In 1997, Mark graduated from Lehigh University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Finance. Shortly thereafter, Mark, who always had a passion for manufacturing, joined the Keller Technology family.
Today, Keller Technology Corporation is a global corporation which designs and manufactures custom equipment in Buffalo, Charlotte, Mexico, and South Korea. Mark represents the 5th generation of ownership alongside his sister, Elizabeth, his brother Scott, and two cousins, Barnaby and Katherine.
Keller Technology Corporation is a member of the Buffalo Niagara Manufacturing Alliance, where Mark has served on the Board. Keller Technology Corporation has been involved with the Kenmore Mercy Foundation's Golf & Wine Event and A Tribute to Angels event for the past several years.
As Chair of the 2014 Kenmore Mercy Foundation Golf & Wine Event, Mark and his Committee raised over $146,000 net of expenses for the Foudation! The Foundation is pleased to announce that Mark will once again chair the 2015 Golf & Wine Event and looks forward to working with him in the coming year.