When it comes to getting fresh seafood in the Rockies, nobody knows the industry like Seattle Fish Co. In 1918, Mose Iacino built a thriving business centered on ingenuity, customer service and quality seafood. Nearly a century later, Mose’s son, Edward Iacino, carries on the tradition as chairman, while his grandson, James Iacino, serves as president and CEO. Our owners and executive team hold a combined 135 years of experience in bringing delicious, fresh seafood to the communities in which we live and serve. And although Seattle Fish Co. has grown exponentially, we remain a family company at heart.

James Iacino

President & Chief Executive Officer
President and CEO James Iacino, grandson of Mose Iacino, founder of Seattle Fish Co., represents the third generation of the Iacino family. As president, James oversees the strategy and culture of Seattle Fish Co., and ensures that the company maintains its steadfast commitment to the principles that have guided the company for more than 90 years. Growing up in the business, James takes his role at Seattle Fish personally, working to sustain its top-tier status and continuing to deliver on its legacy of customer service and quality products. He’s a recognized leader within the industry, graduating from the National Fisheries Institute’s Future Leaders program, serving on the Cooking Matters Colorado board of advisors, and chairing Chefs Up Front, which raise funds to end childhood hunger in Colorado.

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Derek Figueroa

Chief Operating Officer
As COO, Derek is responsible for the operational leadership of the company. A dedicated steward of the environment, Derek has worked to make Seattle Fish Co. a leader in sustainable fishing practices. He is also a tireless advocate for the seafood industry, both locally and nationally, and sits on the board of the National Fisheries Institute, the advisory board for Sea Pact. He is also a board member of the Colorado Restaurant Association, sitting on its executive committee. Derek also serves on the board of directors for Project Angel Heart and the Seafood Industry Research Fund.

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Harry Mahleres

Director of Purchasing
A 17-year Seattle Fish Co. veteran, Harry is responsible for sourcing top-quality fresh and frozen seafood. His extensive knowledge and long-standing relationships with vendors and customers prove that, to him, the job is more than just about finding new products. With extensive attention to detail and an adherence to the highest industry standards, Harry ensures that buyers and sellers around the world consider Seattle Fish Co. one of the best in the business. He is also dedicated to responsible fishing, believing that the company’s livelihood comes from the oceans, and Seattle Fish Co. must do its part to preserve that bounty. For this reason, Harry is continually looking for products and producers who operate in an environmentally responsible manner.

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Jeff Greer

Director of Finance and Human Resources
As CFO and HR director, Jeff embodies Seattle Fish Co.’s commitment to quality products and smart business relationships from the inside out. He manages the finance and human resources departments, and is responsible for the financial oversight of the organization, as well as supporting and developing employees. Jeff has the rare ability to make finance accessible and works hard to ensure that the finance department serves as a resource to other departments. While his focus may be finance, he makes it a priority to fully integrate himself into every aspect of the business. It’s not unusual to find Jeff in production, observing the cutters, checking in with sales or working side by side with production.

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Chris Crawford

Director of Operations
Although the newest member of the Senior Leadership Team, Chris has over 10 years of warehouse and operations experience in ``big box``, e-commerce and distribution logistics. His past roles have been in facility start-ups, distribution center design, and operations management, all within a high-tech and high-volume environment. The main reason behind Chris' decision to join the Seattle Fish Co. team had to do with the company's longevity and family focus. He is looking forward to working with all of the wonderful people he has met and helping to make a positive impact within Seattle Fish Co. Chris' new role is to oversee production and daily operations while taking care of his employees and our customers.

Chris was born in California, but recently moved to Colorado with his wife and four children: three girls and a boy. Now he cannot envision living anywhere else than the state of Colorado.
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