Nortech Systems Announces CFO Resignation, New CFO Search


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Nortech Systems Incorporated, a leading provider of engineering and manufacturing solutions for complex electromedical and electromechanical products serving the medical, aerospace, defense and industrial markets, has announced that Connie Beck has tendered her resignation as Chief Financial Officer of the company effective August 28, 2020. Ms. Beck is leaving Nortech to pursue an executive position at a private, Minnesota based company. Nortech will immediately commence a search for its next CFO. In the interim, the company’s Corporate Controller, Alan Nordstrom, will serve also as the acting CFO.

Ms. Beck stated, “I am proud of the work we have done in the past few years to improve Nortech’s balance sheet and how we have navigated through the current economic and pandemic challenges. I am confident that Nortech is well-positioned for the future.”

Jay D. Miller, Chief Executive Officer and President commented, "On behalf of Nortech, I want to thank Connie for her valued leadership and contributions on strengthening Nortech’s financial foundation as well as the accounting and finance department. We wish Connie continued success and are grateful for her commitment to enable a smooth transition. Connie will always be an important and respected member of the Nortech family and we wish her the best of luck with her new company.”

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