Patrick T. Flynn named President of Everett Charles Technologies
May 24, 2005
Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) has announced that Patrick T. Flynn, President of ECT's Capital Equipment and Services Group and Semiconductor Test Group, has been named President of ECT.
Flynn succeeds David R. Van Loan, who was recently appointed President of Dover Technologies (DTI), the parent company of ECT. Van Loan will remain the CEO of ECT during his transition to DTI. In this new role Flynn will continue to report to Van Loan and it is expected he will succeed Van Loan as the ECT CEO as well.
Van Loan states, "Pat has played a vital role in ECT's growth and global expansion in recent years. We are fortunate to have an individual of his caliber to lead this multinational technology organization to the next level. I am confident he will excel in this new role and meet the many challenges ahead for ECT, ensuring continued market share and profitability gains in the future."
Flynn joined ECT in 2000 as the Group Vice President and subsequent President of the Capital Equipment and Services Group which consists of several companies supplying test equipment and services to the printed circuit board industry. He was later appointed President of the Semiconductor Test Group as well which supplies consumables to the semiconductor fabrication and package industry.
Flynn was the first American to receive a Marcus Wallenburg Fellowship to attend the Sloan School of Business, earning a Masters of Science in Management in 1986. He received an earlier undergraduate degree at St. Thomas College in Kenmore, Washington. A native of Seattle, Flynn now resides with his family in Irvine, California.