Board of Directors
Mr. Glass is recognized as one of the country’s leading crisis management professionals and an expert in turnarounds and workouts. His functional background includes operations, manufacturing, engineering and finance, plus extensive experience in Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations. He has extensive experience and expertise in multi‐plant, multi‐industry operations as CEO and in the restructuring of troubled businesses through acquisition and divestiture strategies, as well as cost cutting and creative financial designs. Ken received his MS in Aerospace Engineering and BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. Ken is the founder of Glass & Associates – a leading turnaround consulting firm with offices throughout the United States and Europe. He is a former board member of the Turnaround Management Association and is a past president of the Association of Certified Turnaround Professionals.
Vice Chairman, Chairman of Compensation Committee and Member of Audit Committe
Mr. McCormick currently serves as a Senior Advisor and member of the Aequitas Capital Advisory Board. Previously Bill served as President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Officer and finally Chairman of Precision Castparts Corporation from 1985 until his retirement in 2002. Bill began his career as a tool‐and‐die‐making apprentice at General Electric Corporation where he worked at various businesses, including GE Aircraft Engines, Carboloy Systems, Distribution Equipment, and Industrial Electronics. Bill held a wide range of positions both in manufacturing and engineering over the course of 32 years culminating as a department general manager. He worked as the President of Christensen Electric, an electrical systems contractor; a Director of CPP Industries, a supplier of cast aluminum and magnesium products for the aerospace market; a Director at WDC industries, an environmental, water, and mineral core driller; and he was a Director at SP Industries, a supplier of electrical parts. Bill received his B.S. in mathematics from the University of Cincinnati.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Cohen is the President and Chief Executive Officer for TECT Power, a privately held manufacturer of critical components and assemblies serving the Aerospace / Industrial marketplaces.
Rob joined TECT in April 2005 as Vice President and General Manager of TECT Power’s Cleveland / Thomasville Operations. He was promoted to President of TECT Power in October of 2005, a position he held until his appointment to Chief Executive Officer of TECT in January 2013. In 2017 Rob assumed his current role as President and Chief Executive Officer of TECT Power when TECT separated its two business units, TECT Power and TECT Aerospace into separate businesses within the Stony Point Group. He has over 30 years of industry experience in the Aerospace / Industrial Marketplace. Prior to joining TECT he spent 7 years with Teleflex and 12 years with General Electric’s Aviation Business. He held positions of increased responsibility in operations and general management at both companies.
Rob holds a BA in Business Management from Wilmington College, an MBA from Xavier University and has completed the Advanced Management Program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a member of the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science Advisory Council.
Rob resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with his wife Donna. Their four children and families are located in Cincinnati and Cleveland. His interests include spending time with his children and grandchildren and traveling with his wife.
Mr. Coquillette ("Bill") is currently engaged as senior advisor to a trust of a Cleveland family (the “’78 Trust”), and to Stony Point Group (“SPG”) the family office of a family in Asheville, North Carolina. His services to the ’78 Trust include serving as the chairman of the board of directors of two operating businesses in which the trust and related family interests have controlling interests: Polychem Corporation, a manufacturer of strapping and related equipment headquartered in Mentor, Ohio, and Bettcher LLC, a metal stamping business headquartered in McAllen, Texas. His services to SPG include serving on the board of directors of UCA Holdings, Inc., and on the board of advisors of Cold Mountain Capital.
Prior to working as a senior advisor, Bill was an attorney practicing in the Cleveland office of Jones Day. He joined the Jones Day firm in 1976 and became a partner in 1984. He practiced in the area of mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance with most of his time devoted to complex business acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, and other venture capital transactions. Prior to joining Jones Day, Bill served as law clerk for Justice Herbert Wilkins of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Bill graduated Summa Cum Laude with departmental honors from Yale College majoring in Political Science and Economics. At Yale, he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and received the Cogswell Award and the White‐Curtis Special prize in history. He received a Master of Arts degree in Jurisprudence form University College, Oxford England and his Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School.
Director And Member of the Compensation Committee
Mr. Divincenzo has over 35 years of senior executive operational experience in both the service and manufacturing arenas as well as extensive experience in plant consolidations and integration. His experience includes several management positions at General Electric (GE). Tony served as Director of Maintenance at GE’s largest engine overhaul facility. He also performed roles of plant manager and program manager within GE’s aerospace division. Anthony also served as president of UNC’s engine overhaul facility. In addition to his board duties Tony has served as the interim CEO of TECT from June 2002 to November 2002 and from February 2003 to October 2003. Tony also served as President of Utica Corporation from 1998 through the completion of the Textron acquisition in 2001.
Director and Member of the Audit and Compensation Committee
Mr. Stanek joined the company in August 2002. Mr. Stanek has significant experience in planning and executing financial transactions and managing financial and operational matters. Before joining the company, Bernie held the positions of Vice President of Finance for Associated Packaging Enterprises, Inc., a manufacturer of thermoformed CPET plastic food trays; Vice President and General Counsel for INDSPEC Chemical Corporation – a manufacturer of resorcinol, an industrial specialty chemical adhesive; Business Law Associate with Thorp, Reed & Armstrong, a regional law practice in Pittsburgh; and audit senior with Ernst & Young in its Pittsburgh office. Bernie received his Bachelor of Arts in accounting from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania, and a Juris doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh.