The founders of Great Range Capital have worked on approximately $5B of private equity transactions across a broad range of industries and deal types.

Both partners are Kansas City natives, graduated from the University of Kansas, and worked for well-known and respected private equity firms on the east coast prior to establishing Great Range Capital.

Ryan Sprott - Managing Partner
Paul Maxwell - Managing Partner
Mark Robinson - Vice President
Pete Fields - Associate
Larry Flanagan - Associate
Jeremy Smith- Strategy & Operations Executive
Tracy Christian - Chief Financial Officer


Market Ambassadors

Dan Bales - Executive Partner, Oklahoma City
Jim Bishop - Executive Partner, Lincoln
Tom Chulick - Executive Partner, St. Louis
Jack McKinney - Executive Partner, Lincoln
Michael J. Shonka - Executive Partner, Wichita
Dennis Stara - Executive Partner, Lincoln
Greg Vasek - Executive Partner, Lincoln
Phillip G. Webb - Executive Partner, Omaha


Advisory Board

A. Joseph Brandmeyer
David B. Dillon
William P. Egan
W. Thomas Grant, II
Scott C. Marden
Dominick J. Schiano
Charles Yoon


Operating Partners

Bob Fasso- Chairman
Jeff Hale- Operating Executive

Jeff Hale – Operating Executive

Mr. Hale is a licensed certified public accountant with over 25 years of experience as the Chief Financial Officer for four transportation companies ranging in size from $20 million to $400 million of annual revenue. He has extensive experience handling complex accounting, treasury, information technology, operating tax, human resource, and legal issues. Mr. Hale assists GRC in sourcing, performing diligence, and assisting portfolio companies with a particular focus on the transportation sector. He is currently the CFO of LLL Transport, a liquid bulk hauling company and GRC portfolio company based in Mission, KS.

Mr. Hale began his career as an accountant for Big State Freight Lines, a less than truckload (LTL) carrier based in Texas. He progressed to CFO and a board member of Big State, which in 1989 was purchased by USFreightways (USF), a publicly traded $2.2 billion transportation company. Big State was merged into USF Bestway, a $150 million subsidiary company of USF, and Mr. Hale was named CFO of the surviving company. In 2002 Mr. Hale left USF to join Central Freight Lines, a $400 million regional LTL carrier based in Texas, as CFO. At Central, Mr. Hale was a key member of the team that took the company public in 2003.