Greg Feldman started working part-time at M. C. Mieth Manufacturing in 1973 while studying at Daytona State College. He and his wife Elaine took ownership of the company in 1980. What originally started out as a part-time job for Greg to put himself through college, became a career for him and his family.

On June 3, 2017, Greg Feldman passed away from Esophageal Cancer. Greg’s hard work, generosity and family values live on at M. C. Mieth. His daughter Angela and son-in-law Dan continue to run operations as usual, along with a small crew of great employees.

During the pandemic in 2020 we purchased the tools, dies and more tricks of the trade from BV Tool of NJ that had been manufacturing punches since 1906 to expand the business.

Prior to the Feldman and Norris families owning M. C. Mieth, it was owned by Charles Wendling. Charles Wendling was the nephew of Walter Mieth. Walter and his brother Paul Mieth started Mac Mieth in 1917. They split into two companies M. C. Mieth and P. J. Mieth in 1956.

M. C. Mieth, the Feldman and Norris families want to spread awareness about Esophageal Cancer. It is a very dangerous disease as it is normally caught in the later stages. If you have difficulty swallowing, have a lingering cough or frequent acid reflux, please see your doctor.

Dedicated to Greg Feldman