Ditch Witch Midwest Celebrates 45 Years in Business

Earl Harbaugh, CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest, and his son Mark, president of Ditch Witch Midwest, took the opportunity to thank their customers and employees for their loyalty to the company.

📅   Fri October 09, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Earl Harbaug (L) CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest welcomes Phillip Bongi, owner of Bongi Construction.
Earl Harbaug (L) CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest welcomes Phillip Bongi, owner of Bongi Construction.
Earl Harbaug (L) CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest welcomes Phillip Bongi, owner of Bongi Construction. Frank Saverino (C), mayor of Carol Stream, Ill.,  is welcomed to the 45th anniversary lunch by Mark Harbaugh (L), president of Ditch Witch Midwest and Pat Larsson, parts manager of Ditch Witch Midwest. (L-R) Jeff Patterson, marketing manager of Ditch Witch Midwest; Adam Bosch Mid America Underground; and Mark Harbaugh, president of Ditch Witch Midwest enjoy the 45th anniversary lunch. Jim Sparks of Mid America Underground tests out this Ditch Witch SK 850. Mike Reedy (second from L), of Ditch Witch Midwest welcomes (L-R) Todd Weaver, Cynie Russotto and John Vargas, all of  ComEd. (L-R) are Damon Sholtey, Ditch Witch Midwest; Mike Knutson, Meade Electric; Mike Hugunin, Sonoma Underground; and Matt Deutsch, Ditch Witch Midwest. Mark Harbaugh (L), president Ditch Witch Midwest, and Arnie Hartley of Nicor Gas attend the event. The Harbaugh family thanked all the customers for coming to the anniversary lunch and for their business over the last 45 years. ( L-R) are Earl , Mark and Kay Harbaugh.

In celebration of Ditch Witch Midwest’s 45th year in business, the company held an anniversary lunch and open house on Sept. 25 at its Carol Stream, Ill., location. Earl Harbaugh, CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest, and his son Mark, president of Ditch Witch Midwest, took the opportunity to thank their customers and employees for their loyalty to the company.

Ditch Witch Midwest was founded in 1970, in Carol Stream, Ill. In 1994, the company accepted the opportunity to grow with the addition of two Wisconsin locations, Waukesha and Kaukauna. This continued growth has been made possible through the efforts of its personnel and the company’s commitment to Ditch Witch products. Harbaugh demonstrated his dedication to the future of the company by naming his son Mark president. In 2002, Ditch Witch Midwest expanded by adding two Indiana locations, Brownsburg and Fort Wayne, as part of the Ditch Witch Midwest family. The five locations operate seamlessly in the service of its customers. Ditch Witch Midwest guarantees satisfaction, and to this end, the employees are devoted to providing the best products, services and training in the underground construction industry.

For more information, visit www.ditchwitchmidwest.com.