Richard K. Reiling , Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Reiling currently serves as Chief Executive Officer and is personally involved with all of the company's PEO financial-relief projects.

Until June, 2001, he served as Managing Director of the Bollard Group, LLC which he co-founded in 1997. The Bollard Group is a Houston-based entity with substantial merger and acquisition experience as well as significant forays into the venture capital markets. In 1995, he was a founder and ex-Chairman and CEO of Group Maintenance America Corporation (GroupMAC), later known as Encompass Services (NYSE: ENS). This Houston based company was a leading consolidator of the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) industry. $195 million in gross proceeds were raised and within one year the company was generating revenues in excess of $1 billion. Mr. Reiling's responsibilities at GroupMAC included the original concept and planning, securing seed and follow-on equity capital and bank lines of credit, negotiating agreements with acquisition candidates, and identifying and retaining key management and Board members. From 1989 to 1991, Mr. Reiling was co-founder of and served as Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and a Director of Republic Waste Industries, Inc. (now known as Republic Services, Inc.), a publicly traded consolidator of a wide range of industries including landfill and solid waste-related businesses. During his tenure at Republic, the company grew through an aggressive industry consolidation plan from a startup in 1989 to a revenue base of $67 million in 1991. Currently, Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE:RSG) has a revenue rate exceeding $8 billion. From 1974 to 1989, Mr. Reiling served as President of three private companies involved in the septic, sewer and plumbing services, spill clean up and remediation, and indoor air quality. In 1987, Mr. Reiling sold one of these companies (Roberts Environmental Services) to Allwaste, Inc., an industrial services company traded on the NYSE, electing to receive stock in Allwaste's first round of consolidating acquisitions after completing its initial public offering. Subsequently, Allwaste expanded by acquisitions to a revenue base exceeding $400 million prior to being itself acquired. Mr. Reiling served as Chief Executive Officer of Harbor America, Inc., a Houston-based Professional Employer Organization, from 2001-2003.

Mr. Reiling graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science Degree.


E. Everitt Brock , CPA, Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Brock currently serves as Chief Financial Officer of Reiling Capital Group, LP.

From 1965 through 1992, Mr. Brock held various executive management positions for leading companies including The M. W. Kellogg Co. and Bechtel, Inc., two international engineering and construction companies. His positions included Corporate Accounting Manager, Business Planning Manager, and Controller & CFO. Mr. Brock worked internationally in Canada , The United Kingdom, and Sri Lanka for periods totaling over three years. From 1992 through 1997, he directed Brock & Associates, a regional management consulting firm specializing in advising organizations in overhead cost reduction. He served as Chief Financial Officer for Harbor America Inc., a Houston-based Professional Employer Organization, from 1996-2003.

Mr. Brock graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in May 1965, receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and was licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in August 1974.


Bruce Jones, Acquisitions

Mr. Jones has broad experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate development, licensing, and franchising.  He has served on the acquisition team for a number of corporations, including Republic Waste Industries Incorporated, Work International, Incorporated, FuelOne Incorporated, and Harbor America Incorporated. He was also an architect of business development and public-market exit strategies for two environmental services companies: the first was acquired by Allwaste Incorporated; the second became the founding company for Republic Waste Industries Incorporated, now known as Republic Service Group (NYSE: RSG). Previously, he was Executive Vice President at Fisher Wood Stoves, International, which had licensed manufacturing, distribution, marketing, and sales operations throughout the world. His franchising experience was gained as Director of National Field Support Services for Stretch and Sew, an international company with franchised retail stores across North America. In the early 1970s, in the Pacific Northwest, he was an early pioneer in developing, programming, and operating commercial cable telecasting facilities for Teleprompter Corporation, now known as Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA).

Mr. Jones received a Bachelor of Arts from Idaho State University.