Jon Michael Muckleroy is a Texas native and longtime energy businessman. He currently serves as a director of TXCO Resources Inc, a public oil and gas exploration venture operating in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Muckleroy has served as president of Houston Liquid Fuels and chairman and CEO of Enron Liquid Fuels.

Mr. Muckleroy left Enron in 1993 after a two-year battle with senior management over the questionable business practices of the parent company's upper management. He served as the last witness to testify against the late Ken Lay, former CEO and chairman of Enron, for Lay’s dishonest practices that ultimately led to the fall of Enron.

Previously, Muckleroy built, owned and operated a chain of 20 service stations/convenience stores in Florida, headed up the Business Development Group for Florida Gas Company, was senior vice president of Saxon Oil Company and was as an independent consultant to a number of small oil and gas production companies.

Muckleroy serves and has served on a number of private and public boards, has chaired corporate United Way campaigns, and currently oversees his corporate family charitable trust that provides scholarships to Southern Methodist University students. He has provided leadership for many philanthropic efforts in each company he has served.

He served in the U.S. Navy from 1951 to 1955 and holds a degree in finance and marketing from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Mr. Muckleroy received an honorary Doctor of Letters from Alma College in 2008.

Michael Sawruk is a Ukrainian immigrant who grew up in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. He has been actively involved in the energy, construction, real estate, telecommunications, information technology and entertainment industries for over 35 years.

During his college years in the 1960’s, he was instrumental in planning and converting an army base, Fort Brady, into the current campus for Lake Superior State University. His accomplishments include building one of the United States’ first district heating plants, installing one of the first large scale absorption chillers, and integrating a communications and energy management network throughout the college campus.

Mr. Sawruk has held careers with Martin Marietta Aerospace, Florida Gas Company, and cofounded several companies, including CellularOne, Sawruk Management Inc, DRS Limited, and M&M Energy LLC. Over the span of twelve years, Sawruk Management Inc. has successfully completed projects in ten states valued at over $1 billion.

During his tenure as Director of Special Projects for Florida Gas Company, Sawruk spearheaded a number of major energy initiatives, including PURPA (Public Utility Regulatory Policy Act), Cogeneration, NGL Pipelines and Plants, and organized a domestic oil exploration partnership.

Mr. Sawruk was elected President and CEO of the Demetree Group of companies in 1984, which includes Demetree Builders, the largest Florida based general contractor. Sawruk played a key role in the construction of the Central Florida Research Park, restructured a major fiber optic communications network, and developed much of the Orlando, Florida skyline. Demetree-owned development and construction companies have completed more than 13,000 hotel rooms, thousands of multifamily units, dozens of mixed-use commercial projects and thousands of residential homes.

In 1999, Mr. Sawruk received the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor” from the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations and in 2002 received an “Outstanding Alumni” award from Lake Superior State University in recognition of his accomplishments.

Sawruk continues to be actively involved as president of a private investment firm, and as an advisor to corporations undergoing change.



M&M Energy, LLC was established in 2002 by Mike Muckleroy and Mike Sawruk after recognizing the need for a full-scale energy research and development center to help solve the world energy and climate crisis. The Great Lakes Energy & Research Park is a vision both men share to bring emerging energy technologies closer to reality, while at the same time bring prosperity to the Great Lakes Region.

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