Kreamer is a Managing Partner of Station Partners, LLC, Morristown, NJ-based private investment firm focused on lower-middle market buyouts, recapitalizations, and growth equity investments. He currently serves as VP of Strategy and Development and on the Board of Managers of Molecular Imaging Technologies, LLC, an outsourced provider of oncology services to hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the United States, Managing Member and Corporate Secretary of Source One Financial Services, LLC, a financial services company engaged in the origination, underwriting, and processing of consumer marine and recreational vehicle loans, and as Treasurer of Evolve Logistics Group, Inc., a dedicated line-haul trucking and logistics company.
Kreamer has experience as an operator, investor, and investment banking advisor focused on a wide range of industries, transactions types, and deal sizes.
Prior to Station, Kreamer worked at Larson MacColl Partners, a lower-middle market private equity fund, and in the investment banking group of Collins Stewart (now Cannacord Genuity), He was an original employee of MiMedx Group, Inc (NASDAQ:MDXG), a leading biopharmaceutical company that develops and markets regenerative and therapeutic biomaterials, where he served on the Board of Directors from 2009 until 2012 Kreamer began his career as a principal with a venture capital firm in Florida.
Kreamer currently serves on the Investment Committee of Hubbard Properties, Inc., a private family office based in Charlestown, WV.
Kreamer earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006.
Michael is president of Salerno Duane Auto Group, a new car dealership group headquartered in Morris County and serving the community since 1971. Prior to attending Villanova and Northwood Universities, Michael graduated from Mendham High School and still resides in Mendham with his wife Kathleen. Michael serves on the board of Heritage Community Bank and Universal Underwriters Finance Committee. He has volunteered with many local organizations including youth football and lacrosse and was active with various programs at Mendham High School from where Michael and Kathleen’s two children also graduated.