Written on: March 14, 2023
A family affair: Second-generation propane entrepreneur chooses EDP
Energy Distribution Partners (“EDP”) has announced the acquisition of Mount Perry Propane. A fast-growing propane marketer based in Mt. Perry, Ohio, the company serves 2,800 customers across nine counties in Southeastern Ohio. Mount Perry Propane provides a variety of services to residential, commercial and agricultural customers.
Jordy and Sadie Anderson started Mount Perry Propane in 2010 and have built it into a wellrespected operation today. Jordy’s parents, Danny and Lisa Anderson, sold their propane company, Anderson Propane Services in Caldwell, Ohio, to EDP in 2018.
“Four years after purchasing Anderson Propane, we are thrilled that Jordy and Sadie Anderson also chose EDP
when it came time to sell their business,” said Thomas Knauff, EDP’s President and CEO. “They have built a
great reputation for providing exceptional service to their customers and being active in the local communities.” He added, “We look forward to continuing that legacy, and to welcoming their employees to the EDP family.”
Jordy Anderson commented, “Choosing a buyer who would take good care of our employees was very important to us. Since EDP has maintained the legacy of my parents’ business – by taking excellent care of both their employees and their customers – it made sense for us to entrust EDP with our company, as well. We are confident we’ve made the right choice.”
EDP is actively seeking to expand its national footprint and diversify through the addition of new retail propane and light fuels operations.
About Energy Distribution Partners
Chicago, Illinois-based Energy Distribution Partners is a rapidly growing company in America’s fast changing energy landscape – with deep experience in retail and commercial propane sales, operations and finance. The company provides safe, reliable propane service to residential and commercial customers in 19 states. Energy Distribution Partners pursues a long-term strategy of purchasing/partnering with successful operations in propane and other fuels and in the midstream energy sector, retaining the brand name, preserving local management and delegating to leaders in local communities.
This is EDP’s 35th transaction. The company is actively seeking partners for growth. For more information, please visit www.edplp.net.