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Angelina Phan Wampler
President & Majority Owner

Born and raised in Vietnam, Angie came to the United States by herself when she was 18 years old. Because of this, she truly understands the value of hard work. 


In 2016, she began working at C3, Inc., an electrical distributor, in accounting and customer service.  This  broadened her knowledge of the construction and electrical fields.


In 2018, she started working for Vertical Technology Solutions. Her role allowed her to manage cell phone tower project installations. She strived to teach and implement cell phone tower safety.


In these industries, she was always of the few minorities working in the field. This was one of the reasons she decided to start her own Minority, Women-Owned Business. She wanted to pave the way for more women and minorities in the construction, electrical, and cell phone tower industries. Her focus is to create more jobs and opportunities for all, especially minorities and women.

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Mark Henry
Relationship Director

Upon graduating from Anderson University in 1989, Mark began his sales career as an entry-level salesman with the Indiana Business Journal (IBJ). This is where he learned to cultivate the value of relationships & hard work that his parents had taught him.


Eventually, Mark was recruited to work for FedEx Office & Print as a Sales Executive, specializing once again in strategic relationships. His responsibilities included sales of business & print communications into the commercial, healthcare, industrial, and governmental markets. Mark was also asked to help construct and implement training & mentoring for a corporate sales team.


Learning from these amazing opportunities led Mark & his family to create Midwest Firestop, Inc., in 2006. Over his fifteen-year tenure with Midwest, he has helped to educate people in the healthcare, commercial construction & industrial space regarding Life Safety compliance and how the firestopping market needs to be handled. The amount of wonderful people that have invested into Mark over the years and allowed him to share knowledge has been invaluable and for that he is forever grateful.


Mark has always had a passion for helping people & looking for solutions from a different perspective. Three business principles that he learned from his family are:


  • Do life & business with people you Know, Like & Trust

  • Be Open, Honest & Transparent

  • Be willing to discuss the Good, Bad & Ugly



This philosophy matches nicely to the values that MCD was founded on and why Mark has joined the team. He is looking forward to, once again, helping his strategic relationships grow deeper as we help them accomplish their diversity needs

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