Member News: Founder of Vonberg Valve Passes Away

In Memoriam

Joseph Levon of Vonberg ValveJoseph M. Levon, founder of Vonberg Valve, passed away at his home in Arlington Heights on September 29, 2015.   Joe was born December 30, 1927 in Chicago to Joseph and Mary (nee Balash) Levon.  Vonberg Valve was established in 1971.  Based in Rolling Meadows, IL, the company designs and manufactures hydraulic valves for major manufacturers of mobile and industrial hydraulic equipment and has been an NFPA member since 2004. Full obituary available here.

 

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