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Commonwealth Maintenance Systems, Inc. - Executive Leadership
MR. KEVIN GREELISH - OWNER AND PRESIDENT (center)Mr. Greelish, the President and sole owner of Commonwealth Maintenance Systems, Inc., (CMS), graduated from Suffolk University in 1975 with a B.S. in Business Administration.After a brief partnership involvement with Kayward Kleaning, Inc., he founded CMS in 1982.Twenty-five years of diversified experience in the janitorial maintenance field have provided Mr. Greelish with an uncommon understanding and extensive knowledge of current industry standards and has resulted in the growth and success of CMS.Mr. Greelish is a certified building manager and attends the BSCA conventions, trade shows and executive seminars.
Former Randolph Man Sentenced For Tax And Fraud Crimes, Reports U.S. Attorney
CULLEN'S co-defendant, Kevin Greelish, who was sentenced in March, was the owner and principal operating officer of Commonwealth Maintenance Systems, Inc. ("CMS"), a commercial janitorial and maintenance service company located in Woburn, Massachusetts, which had a contract with Verizon.From September 1999 through the fall of 2001, CULLEN and Greelish engaged together in a mail fraud scheme in which CMS over billed Verizon, CULLEN approved those bills, and the two shared the proceeds.
...According to the prosecutor, CULLEN received about $50,000 and Greelish the remaining $15-20,000, for a total loss to Verizon of approximately $65-70,000.
Commonwealth Maintenance Systems, Inc. - Company Overview
From the beginning, our President Kevin F. Greelish has understood the customers' expectations and creates the package that best suits their needs.
Commonwealth Maintenance Systems, Inc. owner Kevin Greelish allegedly partnered with Telesector Resources Group, Inc. employee George Cullen to overcharge Verizon $70,000 for cleaning services and receive kickbacks, according to the release.
The U.S. Attorney in the case stated in the release that Greelish
and Cullen face up to five years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a $250,000 fine for the one count of mail fraud.
Reports to the President, Mr. Kevin ...
Reports to the President, Mr. Kevin F. Greelish.