Reptron announces election of two new board members and resignation of two board members
Aug 02, 2005
Reptron Electronics, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: RPRN) announced the election of William J. Kullback and Kirk A. Waldron as two new members to its Board of Directors and the resignation of Mark Holliday and Steve Scheiwe from the Board. Kullback and Waldron were elected to fill the vacancies created on the Board due to the departures of Holliday and Scheiwe, who resigned effective July 26, 2005 due to time constraints and other business and personal commitments. Also, Carl Vertuca, who became a Director in 2004, has been elected to serve as the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Waldron previously served as the interim president of SMTEK International, Inc., a worldwide electronic manufacturing services firm. He has also served SMTEK in various executive capacities, including Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer. Prior to joining SMTEK, Waldron held various senior level financial positions with AML Communications, Inc., and Dynamotion/ATI Corporation, both publicly held electronic manufacturing services providers. He also held various financial positions with ACME Holdings, Inc., Winchell's Donut Houses and Ernst & Young.
Kullback is currently the Chief Financial Officer of IntriCon Corporation, an electronic manufacturing services provider of microminiaturized medical and electronic products. His previous experience includes Chief Financial Officer positions at MedSource Technologies, Inc., Pemstar Inc. and Crenlo. He also held various financial positions at Stant Corporation and Price Waterhouse.
"We are pleased and excited to have Bill and Kirk join our Board of Directors as they bring extensive experience in the electronic manufacturing services industry," remarked Paul J. Plante, Reptron's President and Chief Executive Officer. "We are also delighted to have Carl assume the role of Chairman of the Board."