Ronnoco buys Henderson Coffee
Detroit-based Huron Capital Partners LLC said Tuesday its parent company Ronnoco Coffee bought Muskogee-based Henderson Coffee Corp. Henderson manufactures and distributes coffee, tea and related products and equipment to restaurants, casinos and convenience stores in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas “Henderson Coffee has a long, rich tradition of providing quality products and service to customers and coffee lovers throughout Oklahoma,” Ronnoco CEO Scott Meader said. “We are excited about working with the exceptional talent at Henderson who have helped to make the company so successful.”
OGE foundation aids charity
The OGE Energy Corp. Foundation approved a $100,000 donation to The Salvation Army's Central Oklahoma Area Command. The money will be used to provide energy assistance to families in financial crisis and box fan donations to help the elderly, disable and families with infants. “With the help from the OGE Energy Corp. Foundation, The Salvation Army will be able to better serve Oklahomans in need 365 days a year.” Capt. Carlyle Gargis said.
3DIcon restructures leadership
Tulsa-based 3DIcon, a maker of 3-D projection display technologies, announced it has restructured its leadership. Victor F. Keen, current co-chairman of the company's board of directors, will become interim CEO. He replaces Mark Willner, who will retain a strategic consulting role with the company. “Mark has done an outstanding job of furthering our technology and establishing strategic relationships for the company. This management change will enable Mark to devote his full attention to these activities while I provide overall direction and management of the company moving forward,” Keen said in a news release. He said the company will continue to develop its technology and pursue new partnerships and government grants.
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