Bill Runion founded Bioseal in 1988 upon recognizing the opportunity to better serve the ever-changing needs in the healthcare industry.
Mr. Runion’s career began at Anaheim Memorial Hospital in the summer of 1976, straight out of high school. He pushed wheelchairs and managed supplies. He held nursing responsibilities as well, including male shave prep and catheter care (fortunately for him, the nursing staff took on the latter duties and he continued with supply management). He soon found his way to the Sterile Processing Department and was quickly promoted to Technical Director of Central Supply & Sterile Processing.
Following his entrepreneurial spirit, he transferred his working knowledge of central supply and sterile processing to the business side of things and became the General Manager for Stan Pak, a hospital supply company. At Stan Pak, Mr. Runion learned how to sell products to hospitals and gained valuable knowledge of how to work as an FDA registered device manufacturing company. As a result of his hard work and determination, he was promoted to President and served on the Board of Directors for their parent company, Home Med Services. After Home Med Services, Bill founded Bioseal in 1988.
Bioseal began as an idea shared one evening over a card table and has evolved into a multi-million dollar company that continues to grow and serves hospitals around the globe.
Jeff Myers is the Corporate Controller for Bioseal. He is responsible for all accounting functions including financial statement preparation and analysis, standard cost development and variance analysis. He also oversees all cash and working capital management, vendor term negotiations and customer pricing contracts.
Mr. Myers is an accomplished executive with over twenty years in Financial and Operations Management. His extensive background includes a distinct combination of employment with both public and private companies. He specializes in Financial Analysis, ERP Conversions, Inventory Management, Long Term & Short Term Forecasting, Planning and Budgeting, Cost Accounting, Treasury and SOX Compliance. Myers’ expertise also includes the financial management of multi-plant operations within the United States and internationally. He received his B.A. in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Accounting from California State University, Fullerton. He holds a California teaching credential and has taught courses in Cost/Managerial Accounting at Fullerton College and Mount San Antonio College.
Mr. Myers and his wife of 30 years like to travel in their spare time. They have four children and three grandchildren. He plays golf, racquetball, lifts weights and he especially loves to spend time with his growing extended family.