David H. Kiebach, principal and co-founder of MD Logistics and its sister companies MD Express, MD Packaging Services, and SEKO Worldwide/Indiana, died suddenly of a coronary incident early Monday, November 5.
“I am shocked and deeply saddened by the sudden loss of my long-time friend and partner,” stated Sell. “As we mourn our loss, I am coordinating with our General Manager Bob Whitney and our Director of Sales John Sell to accommodate the business needs of our customers in a timely fashion.”
Kiebach’s experience includes establishment of MD Logistics and MD Express in 1996, establishment of MD Packaging Services in 2003, and establishment of a strategic partnership with SEKO Worldwide in 2002.
Kiebach’s global logistics experience has been developed since 1982 with CF Airfreight ( Indianapolis and Los Angeles), TNT Express ( Los Angeles), American Airlines ( Los Angeles), LEP International ( Los Angeles and Indianapolis), and MD Logistics, Inc. ( Indianapolis).
Kiebach earned bachelor of science degrees in journalism and marketing from Ball State University in 1982.
Just one year ago, MDL was named 13 th Fastest-Growing private company in the Central Indiana market by the Indianapolis Business Journal, based on percentage growth in revenue over a three-year period.
Kiebach is survived by his wife Diana and two children, a daughter, MacKenzie, and a son, Sean.
Condolences to the Kiebach family may be sent to MDL to be forwarded to the family by the following means: fax 317-837-3777; email firstname.lastname@example.org; U.S. mail 1301 Perry Road, Plainfield, IN