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Anthony P. Defeo

President

Defeo Manufacturing

HQ Phone:  (203) 775-0254

Direct Phone: (800) ***-****direct phone

Email: a***@***.com

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Defeo Manufacturing

115 Commerce Dr

Pender, Nebraska,68047

United States

Company Description

DeFeo offers and extensive line of products including overhaul kits, bushings, clutch plates, filters, hard parts, and bearings. Our thorough inventory and low prices make us a leader in aftermarket Allison replacement parts. DeFeo also offers the greatest and...more

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Employment History

President

Allison Transmissions Inc


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Port Huron Times-Herald - www.thetimesherald.com - Port Huron, MI

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In March, Tony DeFeo of Port Huron Development announced plans to build a 500-room hotel, casino and indoor-waterpark resort in downtown Port Huron.DeFeo's past business dealings, including those involving several medical facilities, show dashed hopes and brushes with state and federal regulators.Local government and business officials who have worked with DeFeo would not talk on the record about him or about his projects.Repeated calls Thursday to DeFeo's cell phone went unanswered.According to the Associated Press, DeFeo in 1995 opened a magnetic resonance imaging business in a Syracuse, N.Y., suburb.DeFeo initially said he planned to open 15 similar businesses across the country but in 1997 was sued for fraud by business partner Prime Leasing, Inc.Prime Leasing claimed it spent $6.3 million to buy equipment for magnetic-resonance centers that did not exist.The Detroit Newsreported that, in 2001, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent DeFeo a letter after patients couldn't recover medical records after his medical facilities in Southfield, Detroit, Waterford and Novi closed.DeFeo told The Detroit News he didn't own the facilities referenced in the letter.An Internet search shows DeFeo is chief executive officer of Clinton Medical Associates and AR Associates, both based in Clinton Township.According to the San Jose Mercury News, AR Associates was in 2004 involved in an ill-fated attempt to buy and renovate a $24 million San Jose hospital.The hospital was to be turned into an Indian medical facility.DeFeo ultimately backed out of the deal, according to media reports.The Michigan Department of Community Health in 2004 ordered Clinton Diagnostic, another Clinton Township business that identifies DeFeo as its chief executive officer, to stop doing certain procedures until it received necessary state licenses.In addition to the local casino and auto-manufacturing proposals, DeFeo is helpingJohnston Aviation Co., Inc. bring developers to the St. Clair County International Airport in Kimball Township, company officials said.Johnston Aviation, of Elyria, Ohio, is expected to assume management of the airport from the county in the next month.DeFeo said Thursday the casino proposal is moving forward but wouldn't provide details.Several investors contacted the Times Herald after the casino proposal was announced in March, asking about the proposal's authenticity.Several said they had invested $100,000 for a 1% share in the project.Recently, some said DeFeo told them everything was a done deal and buildings would soon be demolished to make way for construction.Port Huron City Attorney John Livesay in December sent DeFeo a cease-and-desist letter, asking him to stop misrepresenting the city's support for the project.According to Livesay's letter, the information said the city was offering "great support" for the project and implied the city planned to sell DeFeo the property needed for the project.Prior to the March announcement, Thomas Edison Inn General Manager Linda Anthony also sent DeFeo a cease-and-desist letter on the hotel's behalf.BIG PLANS: Tony DeFeo of Port Huron Development has talked to city officials about putting a casino in Port Huron's central business district.Officials say they heard nothing from DeFeo since March.


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To Anthony DeFeo, it's a compliment."We're making a carbon copy of the product," says DeFeo, vice president of DeFeo Manufacturing in Mount Kisco, N.Y., which makes replacement parts for Allison transmissions.Non-OEM parts can cost as little as 20 percent of the OEM price, DeFeo says, mainly because the OEM passes on to customers production costs and the cost of years of research and development - costs that the generic manufacturer doesn't have.DeFeo says his non-OEM products can compete with anyone's."In terms of quality, our parts are identical," he says.Indeed, he says, some authorized Allison remanufacturers buy DeFeo parts, which are good enough to run a lot of government fleets, including transit fleets in New York and New Jersey, "and those are top-of-the-line standards," DeFeo says.Sales overall - to distributors, fleets, even OEM dealers - are so good the company is scouting locations for a factory expansion, DeFeo says.Often, the OEM designs the equipment, "but the parts are contracted out to companies like us," DeFeo says.OEM dealers and distributors who need parts for high-demand or discontinued equipment often have no choice but to turn to non-OEM manufacturers, DeFeo says.


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(3)DeFeo is Anthony DeFeo, CEO of Port Huron Development Co., LLC, who together with Ms. Knowles ( an unknown in the SSMTCI prior to January 2008) who apparently was acting as a principle broker for DeFeo and others, attempted a hostile buy out of the SSMTCI Kewadin Greektown Casino in Detroit.
(3)DeFeo is Anthony DeFeo, CEO of Port Huron Development Co., LLC, who together with Ms. Knowles ( an unknown in the SSMTCI prior to January 2008) who apparently was acting as a principle broker for DeFeo and others, attempted a hostile buy out of the SSMTCI Kewadin Greektown Casino in Detroit. om Bruning's email suggests that DeFeo and possibly others were also involved in efforts to finance a possible recognition thrust by the $$MT LLC$$.


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Doubts about DeFeo remainDevelopment is met with cautious hopePort Huron Development LLC., a development company run by Tony DeFeo of Clinton Township, received final site approval from the Kimball Township Planning Commission on Monday for the $600 million project.DeFeo did not return phone calls Tuesday seeking comment.Some local residents and officials expressed skepticism about the project, considering DeFeo has proposed other big projects in the area, including a hotel/casino and water park in downtown Port Huron and an automotive plant in Port Huron Township."I wish them every luck in this project, but I would be skeptical of this announcement based on (DeFeo's) recent track record in our community," said Doug Alexander, executive director of the Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County.Alexander had no prior knowledge of the Kimball Township development and has not spoken with DeFeo since plans to bring it to the community were announced last year."But I don't think Mr. DeFeo would be expending this kind of energy if he didn't intend to finish it."DeFeo bought the land about two months ago from Afr and plans to complete the half-built ice arena and bring in a professional hockey team, Scavo said.Tony DeFeo


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