Mitchell Lewis & Staver

Mitchell Lewis & Staver is the West's leading value-added integrator of quality pumps, controls, motors, packaged systems and engineered solutions. Whether you need a single pump, or a whole city system, we feature a large inventory, technical expertise, custom engineering, and exceptional customer service. Mitchell Lewis & Staver proudly serves the West, including California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Alaska and Arizona.

David Brown

David Brown

Chief Executive Officer

Elected President of Mitchell Lewis & Staver in 1992, David entered into a purchase agreement with MLS stockholders that would allow him to purchase all outstanding shares of company stock. With the repurchase of stock complete in 2004, for the first time in company history MLS was under the ownership of a single person.

Under David’s leadership the company has flourished. His vision has streamlined the companies’ product offering and expanded into new markets through expansion and acquisition. As an innovator he has worked to make MLS more efficient and effective, bringing a real value and strategic partnership to MLS customers and vendors. His knowledge of the markets they serve makes him a subject matter expert for trade and industry organizations.

David is committed to developing a strong management team that will enable the company to achieve continued success. Mitchell’s is a democracy where everyone has a voice and an opportunity for personal and professional growth.

David received a BS in Science from Oregon State University in 1984 and joined MLS that same year, holding a variety of positions in all critical functional areas. Away from work he brings the same passion to his personal pursuits of cooking, exercise, landscaping and appreciation of the arts and nature.

Ean Reves

Ean Reves


Ean joined Mitchell Lewis & Staver in 2014 as CFO. Ean brings 20 years of finance, operations, manufacturing and supply chain experience, spanning multiple industries to MLS. Ean’s experience includes organizations of various size, from startups and small, closely held businesses to multibillion dollar global conglomerates. Ean provides leadership to the Operations, Accounting, Finance, HR and Information Technology functions of MLS.

Prior to MLS, Ean served as CEO of Creative Tent International, a closely held manufacturer of engineered fabric structures. Prior to Creative Tent, Ean served in various executive roles at Core Health and Fitness, Sapa Group, Nautilus, Inc. and Oresis Communications. Ean’s early career was spent at Arthur Andersen, LLP, where he specialized in large scale ERP implementations.

Ean received a BS in Accounting and an MBA, with honors, both from Portland State University. He is a licensed CPA (Inactive) in the State of Oregon.

David De Rego

David De Rego

Vice President of Marketing

David joined Mitchell Lewis & Staver in September of 2018 as the VP of Marketing. David brings several years of experience in marketing strategy and tactics, demand generation, sales enablement, and leadership to support Mitchell's strategic vision and objectives.

Prior to MLS, David served in various positions in marketing at a director level within the construction software industry.

David received his Bachelors of Arts in Marketing and Management from the University of Portland.

Mike Pimentel

Mike Pimentel

Vice President of Sales

Mike promotes a collaborative and energetic leadership style to motivated his sales teams across 16 locations. His understanding of each of the functional areas of the business, combined with decades of sales expertise and business leadership have proven vital to the growth of Mitchell Lewis & Staver.

Before joining Mitchell Lewis & Staver in 2016, Mike held the position of Regional Manager at Rain Bird Corporation - a leading manufacturer of irrigation products and services. He holds a degree from California State University, Chico.

Chris Seeley

Chris Seeley

Corporate Controller

Chis joined Mitchell Lewis & Staver in 2019, an experienced leader in both corporate and consulting capacities, having spent time disseminating and coaching to non-financial individuals – company stakeholders, clients, and peers. Chris is proficient in the complexities that tie financial analysis and decisions to real world outcomes. A critical thinker who emphasizes continuous learning.

Chris received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance from Portland State University.

Jeremy Parks

Jeremy Parks

Director of Human Resources

Jeremy joined Mitchell Lewis & Staver in 2019 as the Director of Human Resources for our 16 locations. Jeremy will leverage his prior experiences to drive best practices and balance excellence with innovation by adapting quickly to ever-changing environments and offering creative solutions in the areas of talent acquisition, employee relations, HRIS, culture development, and business strategy.

Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management from Portland State University.

Gene Schuck

Gene Schuck

Director of Supply Chain

Gene joined Mitchell Lewis & Staver in November of 2020 and brings with him over 20 years of supply chain management experience in various industries with a strong background in OEM and manufacturing - some of which was with the Dover Corporation. Gene will be instrumental in developing and implementing Mitchell's overall strategy for improving warehouse functions, safety, logistics, supply chain, order processing, fulfillment, quality assurance, and providing transparent supplier communications.

Gene received a BS in Business Management from Oregon State University, and his MBA in Finance from George Fox University.

Jim Paulson

Jim Paulson

Board Member / Consultant

Jim Paulson has served as a board member of Mitchell Lewis since 2011 and brings with him strong sales, marketing, product development, and operational expertise. Jim retired in December 2018 from his role as CEO of Healthco Information Systems, a national provider of healthcare software solutions to independent medical practices. Prior to HealthCo, Jim was the President and COO of Viewpoint Construction Software where he led their transformation and global expansion from 2008-2015 and ultimate sale to Bain Capital. Prior to Viewpoint, Jim was GM of GE’s Intrusion Security Group which he led from 2004-2008.

In addition to Mitchell Lewis, Jim serves as an independent board member and consultant to private equity backed companies including QuatrisHealthco and Bastion Security. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse and MBA from the University of Oregon.

Peter Arezzini

Peter Arezzini

Arezzini Consulting Inc.

Peter has served as a President/Chief Operating Officer for over 15 years. He has taken divisions of Fortune 500 companies to double-digit growth through organic as well as acquisition strategies that are simple, yet powerful. He specializes in business strategy, positioning and long term growth planning. 

Peter helps his clients realize a view of the enterprise that is current and accurate while looking into the future to determine a new and desired position. Generating a strategy and tactic from this level of thinking, in a methodical manner, results in action plans in Sales, Marketing, Operations and Product Development that are in alignment with the overall business strategies and future objectives. He focuses on CEO’s and executive teams to develop a broad based strategy for entirely new market segments and product categories.

His professional/corporate experience includes President, Arezzini Consulting, Inc.; President, Aegis Wireless Security, LLC; COO, GE Interlogix Security; and President, Sentrol, Inc. He currently serves on Board of Advisors for Mitchell Lewis and Staver Co.; The Ulven Companies, Inc.; and Keri Systems, Inc.

He has a BS in Economics from University of Hartford and a MBA with concentration in Marketing from Golden Gate University


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National Ground Water Association

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California State Ground Water Association

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Idaho Ground Water Association


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Arizona Water Well Association

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Montana Water Well Drillers Association

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